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  • Seahawks DE Bennett sits again during national anthem

    Seahawks DE Bennett sits again during national anthem

    Friday, August 18 2017 11:51 PM EDT2017-08-19 03:51:38 GMT
    Seahawks DE Bennett sits again during national anthemSeahawks DE Bennett sits again during national anthem

    SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) - Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett sat during the national anthem for the second straight game of the preseason. Bennett was alone sitting on the Seahawks bench during the "Star-Spangled Banner" before Friday night's preseason game against Minnesota. But teammates showed support for Bennett with center Justin Britt standing alongside with his hand on Bennett's shoulder. Defensive back Jeremy Lane 

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    SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) - Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett sat during the national anthem for the second straight game of the preseason. Bennett was alone sitting on the Seahawks bench during the "Star-Spangled Banner" before Friday night's preseason game against Minnesota. But teammates showed support for Bennett with center Justin Britt standing alongside with his hand on Bennett's shoulder. Defensive back Jeremy Lane 

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  • KHQ gets results after mother of boy with leukemia's returns are rejected

    KHQ gets results after mother of boy with leukemia's returns are rejected

    Friday, August 18 2017 9:56 PM EDT2017-08-19 01:56:31 GMT

    SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Back to school shopping can be difficult for any mom but one Spokane Valley mom is having a real problem. Kim Rehkow's 11-year-old son Cameron has leukemia and is constantly changing clothing size. Recently, she bought clothes at the Spokane Valley JCPenney, got the receipt and ultimately had to return the items. The two shirts she wanted to return are worth about $40.    She's made JCPenney .

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    SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Back to school shopping can be difficult for any mom but one Spokane Valley mom is having a real problem. Kim Rehkow's 11-year-old son Cameron has leukemia and is constantly changing clothing size. Recently, she bought clothes at the Spokane Valley JCPenney, got the receipt and ultimately had to return the items. The two shirts she wanted to return are worth about $40.    She's made JCPenney .

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  • How to get free eclipse glasses

    How to get free eclipse glasses

    Friday, August 18 2017 9:43 PM EDT2017-08-19 01:43:18 GMT

    ATHOL, Idaho - With the total solar eclipse just days away, many people are scrambling to find a pair of glasses to safely watch the once-in-a-lifetime event. But the hot commodity is almost nowhere to be found in the Inland Northwest, except at Silverwood Theme Park. Silverwood has 3,000 pairs of glasses. The first 200 people in the park get a free pair, the remaining 2,800 will be sold for $6 each. Glasses are only given to people who buy an admission ticket. 

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    ATHOL, Idaho - With the total solar eclipse just days away, many people are scrambling to find a pair of glasses to safely watch the once-in-a-lifetime event. But the hot commodity is almost nowhere to be found in the Inland Northwest, except at Silverwood Theme Park. Silverwood has 3,000 pairs of glasses. The first 200 people in the park get a free pair, the remaining 2,800 will be sold for $6 each. Glasses are only given to people who buy an admission ticket. 

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  • Confederate monuments defaced near Vancouver, Washington

    Confederate monuments defaced near Vancouver, Washington

    Friday, August 18 2017 9:34 PM EDT2017-08-19 01:34:30 GMT
    Photo: Andy Bao, APPhoto: Andy Bao, AP

    RIDGEFIELD, Wash. (AP) - Former highway markers honoring Confederate President Jefferson Davis were defaced at a park named for Davis north of Vancouver, Washington. The Columbian reported Friday one of the two markers on private land near Ridgefield was covered with black tar or paint and the other was covered in a red substance sometime in the overnight hours Thursday. Jefferson Davis Park is maintained by the Sons of 

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    RIDGEFIELD, Wash. (AP) - Former highway markers honoring Confederate President Jefferson Davis were defaced at a park named for Davis north of Vancouver, Washington. The Columbian reported Friday one of the two markers on private land near Ridgefield was covered with black tar or paint and the other was covered in a red substance sometime in the overnight hours Thursday. Jefferson Davis Park is maintained by the Sons of 

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  • Coeur d'Alene Police shut down neighborhood problem house

    Coeur d'Alene Police shut down neighborhood problem house

    Friday, August 18 2017 9:10 PM EDT2017-08-19 01:10:16 GMT
    Coeur d'Alene Police shut down neighborhood problem houseCoeur d'Alene Police shut down neighborhood problem house

    COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - Members of the Coeur d'Alene Police Department's Community Action Team served a search warrant Friday to a residence located on East Foster Avenue after receiving complaints from neighbors about suspected drug use, drug sales, thefts in the area, suspicious people, and constant stop-and-go traffic.  Law enforcement arrested the man living at the home for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. 

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    COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - Members of the Coeur d'Alene Police Department's Community Action Team served a search warrant Friday to a residence located on East Foster Avenue after receiving complaints from neighbors about suspected drug use, drug sales, thefts in the area, suspicious people, and constant stop-and-go traffic.  Law enforcement arrested the man living at the home for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. 

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  • Monument Hill Fire now 85% contained

    Monument Hill Fire now 85% contained

    Friday, August 18 2017 8:58 PM EDT2017-08-19 00:58:32 GMT

    QUINCY, Wash. - UPDATE: One home has been lost along with several other outbuilding in the Monument Hill Fire. The good news is that all evacuations have been downgraded to level 1.

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    QUINCY, Wash. - UPDATE: One home has been lost along with several other outbuilding in the Monument Hill Fire. The good news is that all evacuations have been downgraded to level 1.

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  • Motorcyclist shot driving on Highway 395 near Pasco

    Motorcyclist shot driving on Highway 395 near Pasco

    Friday, August 18 2017 8:52 PM EDT2017-08-19 00:52:19 GMT
    Motorcyclist shot driving on Highway 395 near PascoMotorcyclist shot driving on Highway 395 near Pasco

    PASCO, Wash. - Police are investigating a shooting on State Route 395 north of Pasco involving a motorcycle rider. Officers say it happened around 1 p.m. Friday afternoon. Police say they got a call about man on a motorcycle who had been shot in the leg on 395 near the King City truck stop.  Paramedics took him to Lourdes in Pasco to be treated. There is no information on his condition at this hour. Three other men who were also riding 

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    PASCO, Wash. - Police are investigating a shooting on State Route 395 north of Pasco involving a motorcycle rider. Officers say it happened around 1 p.m. Friday afternoon. Police say they got a call about man on a motorcycle who had been shot in the leg on 395 near the King City truck stop.  Paramedics took him to Lourdes in Pasco to be treated. There is no information on his condition at this hour. Three other men who were also riding 

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  • Police dog finds escaped inmate who buried himself in sand

    Police dog finds escaped inmate who buried himself in sand

    Friday, August 18 2017 8:17 PM EDT2017-08-19 00:17:03 GMT
    (Clark County Sheriff’s Office)(Clark County Sheriff’s Office)

    VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) - Officials say a police dog tracked down an escaped Clark County inmate who buried himself in sand. Clark County Sheriff's Office spokesman Sgt. Dave Nelson says police dog Apollo tracked 44-year-old Cory Cunningham after he climbed over the Clark County Jail's work center fence in Vancouver, Washington Thursday afternoon. Nelson says Apollo and a Clark County sheriff's deputy tracked Cunningham 

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    VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) - Officials say a police dog tracked down an escaped Clark County inmate who buried himself in sand. Clark County Sheriff's Office spokesman Sgt. Dave Nelson says police dog Apollo tracked 44-year-old Cory Cunningham after he climbed over the Clark County Jail's work center fence in Vancouver, Washington Thursday afternoon. Nelson says Apollo and a Clark County sheriff's deputy tracked Cunningham 

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