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Inland Northwest Honor Flight trip taking place April 10-11
AG Bob Ferguson weighs in on Spokane I-90 homeless camp lawsuit
Attorney General Bob Ferguson notified the court about law enforcement going to the camp unannounced and distributing flyers telling people the camp is closing.
High winds to pose severe wildfire risk in Pacific Northwest
Starting Friday, a dry east wind with gusts of up to 50 mph (80 kph) will be accompanied by low humidity, setting up a situation ripe for fire danger.
'Very hot' - heat duration records could fall in Northwest
Oregon and Washington have seen scorching temperatures since July 25 and there will be no relief over the weekend.
Upcoming Eastern Washington fire season leads to campfire and activity restrictions
To combat fire risks, WDFW has enacted campfires and other activity restrictions around Eastern Washington.
Summer rain leads to juicy strawberries for Green Bluff farms
Even though the sun was late this season, strawberry fields have reaped the benefits.
Strawberries ready for picking at Greenbluff Farms
Even though the sun was late this season, strawberry fields have reaped the benefits of the rain.
Records: Idaho man paid more than $2,000 to bail out at least 7 men arrested in Coeur d'Alene
Records show that Joshua Plotner of Craigmont paid more than $2,200 to bail out at least seven men facing a misdemeanor charge of conspiracy to riot.
Okanogan County flood concerns remain as rain eases
KREM 2's Meteorologist Jeremy LaGoo's forecast on June 15, 2022.
Oregon woman raises thousands of dollars to provide hydroflasks for orchard workers
A woman and her cousin helped raise funds to provide orchard workers with hydroflasks, insulated water bottles that keep water cooler for longer.
'People need a hug, man': Boise business offers snuggles
Squeezed into the corner of a small Boise strip mall, those looking to grab onto something genuine have embraced a new point of contact with Snuggle Buddiez.
VIDEO: Is Washington's fire season over? DNR explains why not
Although some may be seeing rain, the fire danger isn't over. Fire season got a late start this year and, unfortunately, it will have a late end.
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