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A jury has acquitted a bounty hunter after he was accused of terrorizing a Coeur d'Alene family by threatening to break into their home to find a fugitive who wasn't there. Monday, October 22 2: Three relatively strong earthquakes were recorded Sunday night in the Pacific Ocean off Vancouver Island. A group of young activists suing the U. Authorities say the body of a missing Walla Walla hunter was found in heavy brush over the weekend.
State and federal entomologists are tracking the spread of a tiny invasive insect that feeds on fir forests. Monday, October 22 Washington state regulators are asking counties to consider not recycling certain plastic and other products if there's not a market for it.
Authorities say the search for a year-old hiker missing in southwest Washington since last week has been suspended. Sunday, October 21 7: Pierce County sheriff's detectives are investigating the fatal shooting of an armed domestic violence suspect by sheriff's deputies. Sunday, October 21 4: One person is dead and three others are injured after an early morning shooting at a nightclub in Lakewood. Sunday, October 21 3: A man was killed on Oregon Route 86 near Baker City while checking the air pressure on his trailer's tires.
Sunday, October 21 2: Authorities are releasing the names of a man and a woman found dead in their trailer north of Belfair. Law enforcement officers are investigating a fatal shooting near Post Falls, Idaho.
Saturday, October 20 8: Candidates in Washington's U. A nonprofit disability-rights law firm says wheelchair users attending Seattle Mariners games at Safeco Field get a "second-class" experience and has filed a lawsuit. A year-old man police say dispensed pepper spray in a restaurant's restroom after being refused service at the bar is facing charges. The clash between Massachusetts Sen.
Elizabeth Warren and President Donald Trump over her Native American heritage highlights the varying methods tribes use to decide who belongs. The Republicans running in Nevada's hotly contested races for governor and U. Senate are taking aim at a common target as they try to maintain GOP control of the seats: Saturday, October 20 4: Authorities are investigating after they say a woman and man were found dead in a trailer north of Belfair.
Wednesday, October 17 The former president of the Washington State Bar Association has been charged with stealing from two Spokane-area law firms where she previously worked. Wednesday, October 17 6: The two candidates vying for Washington state's 8th Congressional district seat are set to debate Wednesday night in their only joint appearance ahead of one of the tightest midterm races in the country.
A wild chase involving an alleged DUI driver in Bothell ended with four police cars damaged and one officer hurt. The Spokane Police Department says it has made dramatic improvements since it asked the U. Department of Justice for help six years ago. Wednesday, October 17 3: A Washington prosecuting attorney has reaffirmed that a police officer was justified in a fatal shooting. One person was killed and two others injured when a fire broke out inside a mobile home in Bonney Lake.
Wednesday, October 17 8: The lead attorney for over 40 victims of a deadly crash in Seattle involving a duck boat said during opening statements of a civil lawsuit that the crash was not an unforeseeable accident.
Developers testing an earthquake early warning system for the West Coast say its automated alerts are ready to be used more broadly, but not for mass public notification. Toxic algae known as red tide continues to impact Samish Bay, but some areas are reopening this week to commercial shellfish harvesting.
Longview police fatally shot a man who broke into a home and fired shots at officers. Ebay filed a lawsuit against Amazon Wednesday, saying the online retail giant used eBay's messaging system to recruit its sellers. The Spokane City Council is considering whether to limit federal agents from looking for people in non-public areas of city property who are living in the country illegally.
Election officials in Washington continue to bolster the state's elections systems against cyber threats that could disrupt voting or cause citizens to lose faith in the results.
Wednesday, October 17 2: A judge has ruled a political consultant must disclose unfavorable polling results on Seattle's controversial head tax, and the city must turn over a cache of council members' emails and other records that A judge has ruled a political consultant must disclose unfavorable polling results on Seattle's controversial head tax, and the city must turn over a cache of council members' emails and other records that City Friday, October 19 7: The Latest on a youth climate change lawsuit against U.
A judge has dismissed a suit brought by the National Rifle Association against Seattle's new gun-storage law. A judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by the National Rifle Association against Seattle's new gun-storage law. An outbreak of the chickenpox at a southwestern Washington elementary school could keep dozens of students out of class for several weeks.
Two Central Washington University students have died in what police say was an accidental shooting followed by a suicide. Friday, October 19 4: President Donald Trump has ordered the government to streamline regulations that he says are hindering work on four major water projects in the western United States.
Friday, October 19 1: A Washington man faces charges of killing his wife by lacing her ice cream with a lethal dose of pain medication. Friday, October 19 Clark College in Vancouver will close Monday in response to a planned campus demonstration by right-wing group Patriot Prayer. Several Molotov cocktails were thrown at a Seattle church, starting a small fire outside.
Three people wound up in the hospital when their car got rear-ended by a King County Metro bus. Law enforcement officers recovered a male body found floating in the water off South Kitsap, Washington. Friday, October 19 5: Authorities say a man in his 40s suffered a medical event and died in a fall on Mount St. A Washington state man convicted of gunning down a stranger was sentenced to 19 years in prison. Authorities are searching for a suspect after a woman reported a man tried to sexually assault her at a public park north of Seattle.
Thursday, October 18 1: Authorities in Seattle temporarily closed a street after dozens of large metal balls spilled from a truck and cascaded down the street, damaging several cars. Authorities in Seattle temporarily closed a street after motorists were stunned by dozens of large metal balls that spilled out of a truck and cascaded down the street, damaging several cars.
Billionaire Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen invested large sums in technology ventures, research projects and philanthropy, some of it eclectic and highly speculative. Thursday, October 18 4: Calls to breach four hydroelectric dams in Washington state have grown louder in recent months as the plight of the critically endangered Northwest orcas has captured global attention.
A federal court has ruled that the U. Environmental Protection Agency must come up with a plan to protect salmon from warm water temperatures, which can be fatal for the fish species. Thursday, October 18 2: Prosecutors have charged a man with shooting a muzzled, leashed dog at a Washington park.
A split Washington Supreme Court has ruled that sentencing juveniles to life without parole is unconstitutional. State and local health officials are investigating a possible sixth case of a rare nervous system disorder that causes sudden limb paralysis in children. Federal prosecutors have charged an upper level Microsoft director with five counts of wire fraud. Thursday, October 18 A window washer fell to his death while cleaning the downtown branch of the Spokane Public Library.
Thursday, October 18 6: Jay Inslee has approved a new solar energy project in central Washington. Canada's decision to legalize marijuana could influence other countries as they mull whether to end their own bans on the drug. The Latest on the debate in Washington's 8th Congressional District all times local: A Washington state man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for causing a deadly collision at a Mount Vernon intersection.
A federal judge has denied a request to dismiss a whistleblower lawsuit that claims an employee of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory was removed from her position after she declined to make changes to an Wednesday, October 17 1: Washington state transportation commissioners have approved toll amounts for the Highway 99 tunnel in Seattle.
Democratic contenders in Washington's most competitive midterm congressional races have bested their Republican rivals in campaign fundraising over the past few months. Eight Washington state agencies will begin buying some of its electricity from wind or solar projects built in Washington state in the next several years.
Tuesday, October 16 4: The Astoria City Council has taken a step toward cracking down on motorists who illegally park near "The Goonies" house. The Army Corps of Engineers has revived an environmental analysis of a controversial coal-export project nearly a year after Washington state regulators denied the project a key permit. Tuesday, October 16 2: The first-ever child pornography suspect named to the FBI's Most Wanted list cashed out his life savings and was fleeing law enforcement on a bus traveling across Montana last year when another passenger The first-ever child pornography suspect named to the FBI's Most Wanted list cashed out his life savings and was fleeing law enforcement on a bus traveling across Montana last year when another passenger noticed child Tuesday, October 16 1: Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler says he will crack down on "street brawls" in Portland after a weekend protest turned into a fight between right-wing Patriot Prayer members and left-wing counter-demonstrators.
Tuesday, October 16 New research suggests obesity surgery may dramatically lower the danger of heart attacks and strokes in people with diabetes. The study reinforces evidence that the benefits of stomach-shrinking surgery extend The study reinforces evidence that the benefits of stomach-shrinking surgery extend beyond Paul Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with his childhood friend Bill Gates before becoming a billionaire philanthropist, has died.
Forest Service and Snohomish County have installed a new pay phone in a scenic area of Washington state where cellphone service is unreliable. Paul Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with his childhood friend Bill Gates, has died. A year-old Washington state man is accused of fatally stabbing another Washington man in Alaska. Monday, October 15 5: Seattle officials say the Trump administration has agreed to give grant money to the city after threatening to withhold it in retaliation for its immigration policies.
Monday, October 15 4: The latest campaign finance report for eastern Washington's U. Overnight, around 1 a. Knowing the man didn't live there, Pope took matters into her own hands. The Road 9 Fire is burning about 1 and a half miles west of Highway 17 and south of Highway A barn fire in Post Falls Wednesday morning was made more dangerous due to the contents of the building. The barn, which was used for private events, was full of ammunition that was firing off as crews attempted to put out the fire.
No one was hurt and the fire was brought under control quickly. Things could have been a lot worse at a Bank of America branch in Spokane Valley after a car was driven through part of the building. The woman driving the car and everyone inside the building was unhurt following the incident Wednesday afternoon. It is not a school-related issue. AP - The proposed sale of a Spokane-based utility to a Canadian company came under intense scrutiny from Washington regulators this week.
The state Utilities and Transportation Commission held a lengthy hearing in Olympia on Tuesday, with members asking how they could protect Northwest customers from bad decisions by the Ontario government.
Capitol Police are confirming they are investigating a suspicious package found at a facility that screens congressional mail before it arrives on Capitol Hill. The statement comes after Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters said earlier Wednesday that her Washington office was the target of a suspicious package. The clerk said the suspect had a brown paper bag in his hand and demanded money. Those tickets matched four of the first five numbers and had the Megaball number.
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Elizabeth Osborn and Devin Dickson are married, struggling to find jobs and are making ends meet by helping locals with odd jobs i. They'll admit they're struggling, but will also be the first to tell you that things are better now than ever before. KHQ spoke with City of Spokane spokeswoman Marlene Feist asking her if the City has plans to put in more guard rails or other traffic control devices along the scenic route. The young woman with the world in front of her was ripped from it in a matter of moments.
McCluskey was just 21 years old and now communities in two different states are in mourning. We're concealing the address due to privacy concerns, but KHQ was there as new tenants claim they just moved in a few days ago. The tenants also showed us magazines that were addressed to Rhodes, some under different aliases including "Jewman Rhodes.
Police say Kanyushkin drove from the scene of the crash Thursday morning. Officers arrived on scene at the intersection of E. Mission Ave and E. Country Vista Drive for a report of a woman lying in the road. Officers were in the area on an unrelated call and became aware of a large group gathered in the lot and a possible fight. AP - Washington's Public Disclosure Commission has received several complaints about misleading mailers sent to voters in four competitive legislative districts across the state.
The mailers, which were also sent to voters deciding a Thurston County Commission race, suggest the Democrats in those races are too conservative and urge voters to write-in a "real progressive" candidate instead. The Idaho Press-Tribune reports the party on Monday removed a post from its Twitter and Instagram accounts that contained a copyrighted clip from Idaho Public Television's "Idaho Debates," augmented with a mocking laugh track pointed at Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan.
Border Patrol's ability to search city property that is not open to the public. The new law would require the Border Patrol to obtain written permission from the mayor before searching the Spokane Intermodal Center and other city property where people are required to purchase a ticket or obtain permission to enter. AP -Two people have been arrested and a third remains on the run after an armed home invasion robbery at a home in SeaTac, Washington. The robbery happened sometime just after 4 a.
Tuesday at a home that contained a large illegal marijuana grow, said Sgt. The sheriff's office says that on Saturday morning at about 6: Deputies responded to a report of a gun blowing up in someone's face on October Two victims, a year-old boy and a man identified as Isaiah Estes, both of Plummer, Idaho, were taken to the hospital for their injuries. There's one thing that Dr. Brian Hunter can't stand.
Of all the injuries that I see, it's the thing I hate to see the most," Dr. Hunter said it's a matt AP - Proposed changes to Washington state's overtime rules could make more professional workers eligible for time-and-a-half pay. Rhonda Howard said last night she was visiting a family member in the hospital.
She came home, and saw her pathfinder was missing. She reported it to crime check, but didn't expect to see it again so soon. It is a misdemeanor in Washington state to have your dog in a truck bed unrestrained. Based on evidence collected, police developed probable cause to arrest year-old Pavel Kanyushkin.
Most of the department worked similarly," Mark O-Donnell said. AP - Voters in two counties in Washington state have mistakenly been sent ballot-return envelopes that require postage. Secretary of State Kim Wyman said that elections officials in Asotin and Grant Counties notified her Monday morning that a vendor was to blame for the mistake.
AP - The campaign against a ballot measure creating a carbon pollution fee has set a fundraising record for statewide initiatives. Alefteras not guilty of trespassing and disturbing the peace after he and two other bounty hunters tried to enter a home last year to find a woman who had never been there.
AP - Authorities say the body of a missing Walla Walla hunter was found in heavy brush over the weekend. Walla Walla County sheriff's deputies began searched for year-old Patrick Beuttner Saturday morning after he was reported overdue. Deputies later found his truck and activated search and rescue teams.
Since China stopped buying certain recycled waste, such as certain plastics, unsorted paper and scrap metals, more of those items are piling up at landfills. The Lewiston Tribune reports the Idaho Department of Lands says the balsam woolly adelgid has the ability to rearrange the species composition of Northwestern forests, and it's already been found in northern Idaho. Sunday around 3 p.
Two vehicles had been broken into overnight, with one victim reported a firearm had been stolen. The victims say precious family treasures were stolen.
I wanted to stay here and protect my house. Crews responded to a report of a portable building on fire around 4 p. A full response was prompted after black smoke was seen from Trent and Sullivan. Deputies responded to reports of a shooting on Gallatin Way near Post Falls just before 7 pm. Deputies and medical personnel arrived and found a man, identified as Tyler S. Liles, with a single gunshot wound. Spokane Police say they received a report of a stabbing near Sprague and Washington just before 1 am on Sunday.
Arriving officers found a man who had been stabbed in a parking lot near the intersection. After crashing a Corvette into an SUV near 53rd and Regal, year-old Kristopher Riley fled the scene on foot and left his passenger inside the vehicle.
Police say the passenger of the Corvette and driver of the SUV were hospitalized with serious injuries. Deputy Tim Jones is not just a Spokane Sheriff's Deputy to some he is a loving father, but to one girl 7-year-old Avayah Deputy Jones is her hero "Sometimes in our profession we have a moment that might not be related to any of our work. Deputy Jones was at Valley Hospital while on duty when he heard screaming coming from one of the rooms in the Some brought the American flag and the thin blue line flag which flapped in the wind.
Deputy vehicles lined the side of the building ready to give Laslo one last send off. Laslo had a stellar career in law enforcement the former deputy apprehended nearly suspects in the four years he served on the force.
On the night of Laslo's crime-fighting Spokane Valley Police detectives are asking for help to identify some unique items recovered during an investigation. The items are potentially liked to several storage unit burglaries last December on the South Hill.
A suspect pawned the items, but a search of reported stolen property to identify the owner s has been unsuccessful. It's not known if the items were part of the South Hill burglaries or were stolen at a different time and place.
The Idaho Department of Labor on Friday says it's the 13th consecutive month Idaho's unemployment rate has been at or below 3 percent. The agency says the number of people in the state age 16 or older working or looking for work is at , Cantwell is seeking her fourth term in office, while Hutchison served six years as the Washington state Republican Party Chair before stepping down earlier this year.
The Seattle Times reports King County Superior Court Judge Barbara Linde ruled Friday, tossing the lawsuit on technical grounds after the city contended the plaintiffs lacked standing and noted the law had yet to take effect. More than 8 acres were burned and the fire had started moving up a steep hill and into some timber before firefighters were able to get it under control.
No one was hurt. Police say on the morning of October 8, a child was walking in the block of N. The man offered the child candy to get inside the truck.
To the best partner I ever had, R. Roosevelt Elementary School principal Laura Franks resigned the day after she delivered a single spank to an unruly kindergartener on September According to public records obtained by The Spokesman-Review, Franks said she was responding to the boy jumping on an office table at the school. Thursday to a report of a fire at the Iglesia ni Cristo church in the Beacon Hill neighborhood.
When firefighters arrived, the fire had been extinguished. The fire happened outside of the structure and did not spread inside. All were infected with the same strain of Salmonella bacteria.
Ramsey Elementary and Coeur d' Alene Police station have been evacuated after an explosive device was brought to the station for disposal. Police have called in a bomb squad to dispose of the device and evacuated the buildings as a precaution.
Coeur d' Alene School District released the following statement regarding the situation: One Coug fan is showing some serious devotion ahead of Saturday's big game. A vigil is scheduled for Eddie Daniels, a year-old shot and killed in downtown Spokane on Wednesday. The memorial will be at E. Pacific Avenue in Spokane.
It's open to the public and free to attend. Donations will be collected for Daniel's family to help with funeral costs. The vigil is also organized by Jeff Ross, the City Life..
So it's no surprise the hotels are booked solid. But, there is still one room available, depending on what lengths you want to go to support Cougar football. The Wishing Star so graciously helps makes the dreams and wishes of people from ages three to 21 come true, but Patricia's age far exceeds their guidelines. According to court documents, Pettis ground up hydrocodone pills and put them in a mixture of ice cream and alcohol. He claimed it was because his wife, Peggy, had trouble swallowing pills.
Newly released court documents are giving a better idea of what exactly led up to the shooting at Washington and Main. A man in Spokane Valley was taken into custody after making more than 20 calls to and threatening to find and kill the operator. It began when year-old Christian D. Greenwald called but refused to give any information while cursing and yelling about suing the government and mental health entities.
A warrant was issued Oct. Authorities say police were called Sept. That suspect was identified as year-old Joel C. He was found blocks away from the crime scene and booked for 2nd degree murder. Footage shows the balls rolling and bouncing down the road after breaking out of a bag in the back of the truck. Several cars were hit before the balls pooled as the street leveled out. What you might be calling gnats, are really blue ash aphids.
And right now they are more active than ever, because it's mating season. KHQ met a couple who noticed the blue ash aphids right when they started their walk in the park.
On June 25, , David L. CPR was performed when responders arrived to the residence in South Spokane. However, the attempts were unsuccessful. Jacob Anthony Lincoln pleaded guilty back in March. The mountain range tucked inside Yellowstone National Park is where Legasa and his bow hunting partners go in search of elk. Department of Justice for help six years ago. The department says use of force is down, as are complaints from citizens.
More officers are interacting with the community in new ways, and all patrol officers wear body cameras. AP - The Spokane City Council is considering whether to limit federal agents from looking for people in non-public areas of city property who are living in the country illegally. The ordinance would bar searches at non-public parts of the city's bus depot unless agents have a warrant.
Investigators say year-old John L. A man was arrested on two warrants, including a felony charge for allegedly dealing drugs, on Tuesday. Police said Buchanan attempted to flee through a window, but shortly ran back into his building. Buchanan faces two charges: The year-old Haynes is facing multiple counts of second degree theft and identity theft. She allegedly law firm credit cards without permission. WSU is losing to Stanford.
The score isn't important, but let's just say it was a lot. It was early in the 4th quarter. There was one man. His feet were reclined, his arms were sprawled. Thanks to them being proactive and vocal, changes could soon be on the way.
For people like Staci Litrell, there's only one word to describe the intersection: My name is Jesse," Jesse Weeks said. Over the weekend, KHQ told you how the man that police think was driving at the time, had been caught.
On Tuesday, that man, Andrew Clifton, made his first appearance in court. It was a busy night for Spokane Valley Deputy Tyler Kullman and his partner, K9 Khan, as they assisted in making two separate arrests after suspects attempted to hide from authorities. The first incident took place at about Broadway where a suspicious car was parked. Troopers responded to Chase Road, west of Rathdrum, around 1: Investigators say year-old Brady Robert McPhail of Osburn, Idaho, was traveling eastbound in a white Buick Lucerne when he went into the westbound lane of traffic.
The money raised so far by the Yes to Affordable Groceries campaign, sponsored by the American Beverage Association, positions it near the top of fundraising efforts in a statewide initiative campaign. Officials with the Idaho Department of Lands told the Idaho Land Board on Tuesday that this year's wildfire season is below the year-average for acres burned and number of fires. But officials say wildfires in Idaho were caused by humans, while just 56 were caused by lighting.
An Idaho man is in the hospital after being shot while elk hunting near Harrison, Idaho. The caller said Christensen had shot a bull elk and the pair separated to look for it. The older man shot at another elk, but instead hit his partner. Christenot as a suspect in the sexual assault of a year-old girl in The information stated Christenot confessed to the crimes in a video that had been posted to Facebook.
Following some questioning and investigation, the Spokane bomb squad was dispatched. BOISE, Idaho AP - Idaho's gubernatorial candidates struck starkly different tones on transparency, health care and education during a live televised debate Monday evening.
Brad Little, a longtime Republican lawmaker who has served as lieutenant governor since , faced Democrat Paulette Jordan, a former state lawmaker and member of the Coeur d'Alene Tribal Council on the Idaho Public Television debate. According to a Fred Meyer spokesperson, the ounce bars may contain milk and soy not listed on the label. Clackamas Bakery initiated the recall when it discovered the Fred Meyer Bakery Angel Food Cake Bar label had been incorrectly applied to packages of cornbread.
Sheriffs have received several complaints of mail theft, including a report from a postal carrier who found mail littering the roadway along their route. The K9 unit said doctors were unable to diagnose or defeat the illness.
AP - The latest campaign finance report for eastern Washington's U. House seat shows that Republican U. By the period ending Sept. Brown's money is the most ever raised by a challenger to the seven-term incumbent. The company, inundated by debt and falling sales, said Monday that it would begin liquidation sales and close another stores before the end of the year. The company that dominated the American retail landscape in the 20th century joins a long list of stores ravaged by changing technology and shopping patterns.
The novelty of the situation led them to being nominated for an award last month. Spokane made the list of 25 best cities for families to visit in the country by TripAdvisor. Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Northwest and Southwest. AP - A woman accused of fatally shooting a Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, man in Colfax, Washington, has pleaded innocent by reason of insanity.
Insanity pleas allow for the defense to argue for a potential commitment to a psychiatric facility instead of prison. Legasa says in the post: We walked up to with in 12 yards when we all saw each other And before I could even reach for my bear spray she was at full charge.
On Saturday around Three years ago, the Zimmermans found their sport, but it wouldn't be as easy as installing a basketball hoop. Clifton had been on the run from deputies since September 21, when deputies believe he caused a crash on Market and ran from the scene on foot.
Investigators believe the majority of the stolen property was stolen from the Spokane area. AP - Two more Washington State Patrol troopers plan to sue the state over carbon monoxide poisoning, bringing the total number of troopers intending to sue to seven.
Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell said Thursday the state will be requesting a delay, likely pushing the date of the declination hearing into the new year. The Post Falls Police Department received a special donation from a young member of the community. For 10 years, Staci Littrel and her family have called Colbert home. She says lately, traffic in the area has become downright dangerous. Especially at the intersection of Highway 2 and Colbert Rd. The year old from Rathdrum picked up the hobby a few years ago.
And it flew into this. Memory loss is common in aging, but it can also lead to something more serious. Alzheimer's specialists will be ready to give free tests to anyone who is showing signs of their memory declining. It's happening in Spokane this weekend at the Centennial Hotel. Men and women ranging from 13 years old, all the way to 80 years old, will be competing now through Sunday. Deputies report the woman allegedly used the spoon to dig away at sheetrock around a duct over a shower.
County Jail Chief Kevin Hansen said the inmate stood on the handicap railing in the shower to reach the duct. AP - The remains of two Bellingham snowboarders have been found after the men were reported missing near Mount Baker in November Despite some hiccups, the city says the Lime bikes and scooters have proven popular in September. Over 46, rides have been taken by nearly 19, different riders in the past month.
The city has created a survey to gather public input. Facebook says it has gotten a handle on a security breach affecting nearly 30 million accounts, but it hasn't ruled out the possibility of smaller-scale efforts to exploit the same vulnerability. Facebook is offering a website for people to check if their accounts have been accessed, and if so, exactly what information was stolen.
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