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  • Adams County woman considered "danger to children" turns herself in; child safe

    Adams County woman considered "danger to children" turns herself in; child safe

    Saturday, May 26 2018 9:47 PM EDT2018-05-27 01:47:36 GMT
    Yoci L. Godinez-BustosYoci L. Godinez-Bustos

    RITZVILLE, Wash.- UPDATE: The Adams County Sheriff's Office says Yoci Godinez-Bustos turned herself in to authorities Saturday. Adams County deputies said on Facebook that the baby she was traveling with is safe and thanked her family members and friends who helped her decide to turn herself in.

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    RITZVILLE, Wash.- UPDATE: The Adams County Sheriff's Office says Yoci Godinez-Bustos turned herself in to authorities Saturday. Adams County deputies said on Facebook that the baby she was traveling with is safe and thanked her family members and friends who helped her decide to turn herself in.

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  • Racist flyers pop up all over downtown Spokane again

    Racist flyers pop up all over downtown Spokane again

    Saturday, May 26 2018 9:33 PM EDT2018-05-27 01:33:47 GMT

    Spokane, Wash. These flyers were found once again on Saturday placed all over downtown Spokane. Back in March, a group called Identity Evropa put racist posters on Eastern Universities campus. Roberto Rodriguez was walking downtown and happened to catch a glimpse of the flyers "With these posters my thoughts on them is why are we having them up?" questioned Rodriguez. Roberto understands that groups have the right to free speech. But Roberto wants...

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    Spokane, Wash. These flyers were found once again on Saturday placed all over downtown Spokane. Back in March, a group called Identity Evropa put racist posters on Eastern Universities campus. Roberto Rodriguez was walking downtown and happened to catch a glimpse of the flyers "With these posters my thoughts on them is why are we having them up?" questioned Rodriguez. Roberto understands that groups have the right to free speech. But Roberto wants...

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  • Trump welcomes freed American after 'ordeal'

    Trump welcomes freed American after 'ordeal'

    Saturday, May 26 2018 9:30 PM EDT2018-05-27 01:30:17 GMT

    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump has welcomed to the White House an American held for two years in a Venezuelan jail, saying the Utah man has undergone a "very tough ordeal."    Twenty-six-year-old Joshua Holt and his wife arrived Saturday evening at Washington Dulles International Airport.

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    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump has welcomed to the White House an American held for two years in a Venezuelan jail, saying the Utah man has undergone a "very tough ordeal."    Twenty-six-year-old Joshua Holt and his wife arrived Saturday evening at Washington Dulles International Airport.

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  • Moses Lake officers help double amputee finish 5K fun run

    Moses Lake officers help double amputee finish 5K fun run

    Saturday, May 26 2018 8:55 PM EDT2018-05-27 00:55:21 GMT

    MOSES LAKE, Wash. - A Moses Lake man's fighting spirit was on full display Saturday morning during a 5K fun run in town. Double amputee Kevin Wheatcroft was running the race, par of Moses Lake's Spring Festival, when police say he had an issue with one of his prosthetic legs. Wheatcroft refused to give up though, and was escorted to the finish by Moses Lake Officers Francis and Harum.

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    MOSES LAKE, Wash. - A Moses Lake man's fighting spirit was on full display Saturday morning during a 5K fun run in town. Double amputee Kevin Wheatcroft was running the race, par of Moses Lake's Spring Festival, when police say he had an issue with one of his prosthetic legs. Wheatcroft refused to give up though, and was escorted to the finish by Moses Lake Officers Francis and Harum.

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  • Post Falls man killed in motorcycle crash north of Wilbur

    Post Falls man killed in motorcycle crash north of Wilbur

    Saturday, May 26 2018 8:38 PM EDT2018-05-27 00:38:35 GMT
    Spokane man dead after rollover crash in OregonSpokane man dead after rollover crash in Oregon

    WILBUR, Wash. - Washington State Patrol reports a Post Falls man was killed in a motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon in Lincoln County. Troopers say it happened just after noon Saturday on State Route 21, about eight miles east of Wilbur. 75-year-old Larry Everett Merriman was headed northbound on the road, driving a black Yamaha XVS11AP motorcycle.

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    WILBUR, Wash. - Washington State Patrol reports a Post Falls man was killed in a motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon in Lincoln County. Troopers say it happened just after noon Saturday on State Route 21, about eight miles east of Wilbur. 75-year-old Larry Everett Merriman was headed northbound on the road, driving a black Yamaha XVS11AP motorcycle.

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  • Cause still unknown in apartment fire that hurt 2 people

    Cause still unknown in apartment fire that hurt 2 people

    Saturday, May 26 2018 8:13 PM EDT2018-05-27 00:13:32 GMT
    Photo courtesy Kelly CahillPhoto courtesy Kelly Cahill

    SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Fire Department's Special Investigation Unit is still working to determine the cause of an apartment fire that broke out late Friday night. At around 11:30 p.m., crews were dispatched to a report of a fire in an apartment building located at 1203 W. 5th Ave. Initial calls were from neighbors down the street who said they could see flames coming from the window of one of the rooms.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Fire Department's Special Investigation Unit is still working to determine the cause of an apartment fire that broke out late Friday night. At around 11:30 p.m., crews were dispatched to a report of a fire in an apartment building located at 1203 W. 5th Ave. Initial calls were from neighbors down the street who said they could see flames coming from the window of one of the rooms.

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  • Man says he killed married couple in self-defense

    Man says he killed married couple in self-defense

    Saturday, May 26 2018 7:44 PM EDT2018-05-26 23:44:15 GMT

    EVERETT, Wash. (AP) - A man on trial for killing a married Washington couple says he committed the crime but denied that their deaths were cold-blooded executions, as prosecutors argue.    The Everett Herald reports John Reed told a jury Friday that he killed his Oso neighbors, Monique Patenaude and Patrick Shunn, in 2016 in self-defense during a dispute.  

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    EVERETT, Wash. (AP) - A man on trial for killing a married Washington couple says he committed the crime but denied that their deaths were cold-blooded executions, as prosecutors argue.    The Everett Herald reports John Reed told a jury Friday that he killed his Oso neighbors, Monique Patenaude and Patrick Shunn, in 2016 in self-defense during a dispute.  

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  • City aims to block release of dangerous psychiatric patients

    City aims to block release of dangerous psychiatric patients

    Saturday, May 26 2018 7:38 PM EDT2018-05-26 23:38:40 GMT
    Federal regulators have agreed to negotiate an agreement with the Washington state agency that oversees the troubled Western State Hospital to avoid the loss of federal funds.Federal regulators have agreed to negotiate an agreement with the Washington state agency that oversees the troubled Western State Hospital to avoid the loss of federal funds.

    LAKEWOOD, Wash. (AP) - The city that houses Western State Hospital, Washington's main psychiatric facility, is fighting to keep patients from being released into its boundaries.    The News Tribune reports Lakewood on Monday approved a moratorium on city business licenses for new adult family homes and authorized a lawsuit against the state to end what it calls the unsafe release of people with histories of violence or sexual offenses into its city.

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    LAKEWOOD, Wash. (AP) - The city that houses Western State Hospital, Washington's main psychiatric facility, is fighting to keep patients from being released into its boundaries.    The News Tribune reports Lakewood on Monday approved a moratorium on city business licenses for new adult family homes and authorized a lawsuit against the state to end what it calls the unsafe release of people with histories of violence or sexual offenses into its city.

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