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  • Opioid crisis costs Washington state billions of dollars

    Opioid crisis costs Washington state billions of dollars

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 9:34 PM EDT2018-04-25 01:34:15 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - It's a battle the United States has been dealing with for years. That's the battle of opioid addiction. Addiction doesn't care who you are or what town you come from it impacts everyone. Small town America is taking the biggest hit when it comes to the opioid crisis. Ask doctor  David Tauben Chief of Pain Medicine at the University of Washington.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - It's a battle the United States has been dealing with for years. That's the battle of opioid addiction. Addiction doesn't care who you are or what town you come from it impacts everyone. Small town America is taking the biggest hit when it comes to the opioid crisis. Ask doctor  David Tauben Chief of Pain Medicine at the University of Washington.

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  • Man dies when tractor flips near Tacoma

    Man dies when tractor flips near Tacoma

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 9:27 PM EDT2018-04-25 01:27:07 GMT
    Police find suspicious devicePolice find suspicious device

    TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - Authorities say a man was killed near Tacoma when the tractor he was using flipped over.    The News Tribune reports the man apparently was attempting to pull a wooden pole out of the ground on a small farm in Parkland.    The Pierce County Sheriff's Office says he had attached a rope to the bottom of the pole and the tractor and at some point the tractor flipped. 

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    TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - Authorities say a man was killed near Tacoma when the tractor he was using flipped over.    The News Tribune reports the man apparently was attempting to pull a wooden pole out of the ground on a small farm in Parkland.    The Pierce County Sheriff's Office says he had attached a rope to the bottom of the pole and the tractor and at some point the tractor flipped. 

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  • Spokane woman searching for retired firefighter who helped after crash

    Spokane woman searching for retired firefighter who helped after crash

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 8:39 PM EDT2018-04-25 00:39:27 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A Spokane woman is on a mission to find a retired firefighter who helped her in a time of need. She says when a car slammed into her and her airbags went off, all she could feel was panic, but then someone stepped in to help almost immediately after the crash. It was Mariah Horn’s first car crash that happened on Wednesday at around 8:00 p.m. at the intersection of Country Homes Boulevard and Cedar.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A Spokane woman is on a mission to find a retired firefighter who helped her in a time of need. She says when a car slammed into her and her airbags went off, all she could feel was panic, but then someone stepped in to help almost immediately after the crash. It was Mariah Horn’s first car crash that happened on Wednesday at around 8:00 p.m. at the intersection of Country Homes Boulevard and Cedar.

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  • VIDEO: Car prowler caught on camera in Spokane’s West Central Neighborhood

    VIDEO: Car prowler caught on camera in Spokane’s West Central Neighborhood

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 8:30 PM EDT2018-04-25 00:30:27 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Neighbors who live in the West Central district are urging each other to be vigilant after a car prowler was caught on camera. The video footage taken from the area of Elm and Maxwell shows a man walk up to a car, look around, and try to open the door, then he vanishes. “I’m still on edge,” said Erica Milward. “I constantly look out the window at night just to see because I kind of feel violated.” Milward says a prowler was peaking 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Neighbors who live in the West Central district are urging each other to be vigilant after a car prowler was caught on camera. The video footage taken from the area of Elm and Maxwell shows a man walk up to a car, look around, and try to open the door, then he vanishes. “I’m still on edge,” said Erica Milward. “I constantly look out the window at night just to see because I kind of feel violated.” Milward says a prowler was peaking 

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  • Statewide school system outage affecting grades, homework, student lunch

    Statewide school system outage affecting grades, homework, student lunch

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 7:44 PM EDT2018-04-24 23:44:14 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A computer system used by nearly every school district in Washington has been down since last week. School officials, teachers and parents use the system, called Skyward, to update student records, grades and student lunch accounts. The company that operates Skyward in Washington said it estimates the system will be back up by Wednesday.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A computer system used by nearly every school district in Washington has been down since last week. School officials, teachers and parents use the system, called Skyward, to update student records, grades and student lunch accounts. The company that operates Skyward in Washington said it estimates the system will be back up by Wednesday.

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  • Panhandle Health District: One confirmed case of E. coli in N. Idaho

    Panhandle Health District: One confirmed case of E. coli in N. Idaho

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 7:17 PM EDT2018-04-24 23:17:56 GMT

    COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - 53 patients in 16 states have been affected by an outbreak of E.coli in romaine lettuce and now it’s hitting closer to home. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 10 confirmed cases of the disease are spread throughout the state and one of them in north Idaho. The one case that was confirmed in north Idaho is in Boundary County, according to a spokesperson with the Panhandle Health District.

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    COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - 53 patients in 16 states have been affected by an outbreak of E.coli in romaine lettuce and now it’s hitting closer to home. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 10 confirmed cases of the disease are spread throughout the state and one of them in north Idaho. The one case that was confirmed in north Idaho is in Boundary County, according to a spokesperson with the Panhandle Health District.

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  • Spokane man who stole financial info from mail boxes sentenced to prison

    Spokane man who stole financial info from mail boxes sentenced to prison

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 6:49 PM EDT2018-04-24 22:49:30 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A 22-year-old Spokane man was sentenced Tuesday to a year in federal prison and five years probation after he pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to commit bank fraud. According to information disclosed during court proceedings, Brendon M. McCullough and his conspirators stole credit and debit cards, check and PINs from mailboxes and used that stolen financial information to withdraw funds' from victims' bank accounts.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A 22-year-old Spokane man was sentenced Tuesday to a year in federal prison and five years probation after he pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to commit bank fraud. According to information disclosed during court proceedings, Brendon M. McCullough and his conspirators stole credit and debit cards, check and PINs from mailboxes and used that stolen financial information to withdraw funds' from victims' bank accounts.

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  • Lincoln County inmate tries to escape, doesn't get far

    Lincoln County inmate tries to escape, doesn't get far

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 6:31 PM EDT2018-04-24 22:31:03 GMT
    Escape attempt by convicted Idaho killer fails.Escape attempt by convicted Idaho killer fails.

    LINCOLN COUNTY, Wash. - The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office reports a female inmate tried to escape while she was being taken back to jail after a court appearance Tuesday. Deputies say that around 11 a.m., the inmate was being escorted across the street from Superior Court when she tried to make a break for it. She was being escorted by an armed deputy and two other suspects. She was in belly chains, ankle restraints and handcuffs when she tried to run.

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    LINCOLN COUNTY, Wash. - The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office reports a female inmate tried to escape while she was being taken back to jail after a court appearance Tuesday. Deputies say that around 11 a.m., the inmate was being escorted across the street from Superior Court when she tried to make a break for it. She was being escorted by an armed deputy and two other suspects. She was in belly chains, ankle restraints and handcuffs when she tried to run.

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