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  • Dirty Dash 2013!

    Dirty Dash 2013!

    Saturday, July 13 2013 10:16 PM EDT2013-07-14 02:16:28 GMT
    Who doesn't like to get a little dirty every now and then? Well, today in Riverside State Park.More >>
    Who doesn't like to get a little dirty every now and then? Well, today in Riverside State Park, thousands of racers will start a race clean as a whistle, and end it filthy as a pig at this year's Dirty Dash! The course features obstacles designed to not only be challenging, but also to get the racers absolutely covered in mud! INSIDE>>>|SLIDESHOW! Over 650 Photos!|
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  • Runners Get Ready For The Dirty Dash

    Runners Get Ready For The Dirty Dash

    Friday, July 12 2013 7:14 PM EDT2013-07-12 23:14:24 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. – It's one of the wildest and dirtiest races you will ever run! This Saturday, Spokane will host Dirty Dash at Riverside State Park.More >>
    SPOKANE, Wash. – It's one of the wildest and dirtiest races you will ever run! This Saturday, Spokane will host Dirty Dash at Riverside State Park.More >>
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    ST. ANTHONY, Idaho (AP) - "CHiPs" actor Erik Estrada has donated a drug dog to an east Idaho police agency where he's a reserve police officer.    The Rexburg Standard Journal report ed in a story on Friday that the star of the 1970s TV series about California Highway Patrol officers donated a 3-year-old German Shepherd-Malinois narcotics dog named Mako to the St. Anthony Police Department.

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    Spokane police, firefighters respond to vehicle in river; no car recovered

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    Spokane Police and firefighters responded to a report of a vehicle in the river Saturday morning near Helena and Sinto. A caller reported damage to a guardrail, skid marks and some car parts scattered along the Spokane River's banks. When emergency crews arrived on scene, no car was found. Spokane police used their drone as well as Spokane County Sheriff's Office helicopter Air 1 to search the river nearby, but were not able to locate anything.

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    Washington State Patrol bomb-sniffing dog recovering

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    EVERETT, Wash. (AP) - A Washington State Patrol bomb-sniffing dog is recovering after inhaling something that caused an internal infection that required an operation.    KING-TV reports in a story on Friday that Sonyi will possibly be ready to return to work in early May.    Trooper Scott Legler says Sonyi in January inhaled something that made him sick while working at the ferry docks in Snohomish County.

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    EVERETT, Wash. (AP) - A Washington State Patrol bomb-sniffing dog is recovering after inhaling something that caused an internal infection that required an operation.    KING-TV reports in a story on Friday that Sonyi will possibly be ready to return to work in early May.    Trooper Scott Legler says Sonyi in January inhaled something that made him sick while working at the ferry docks in Snohomish County.

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