Spokane

Bloomsday Run
6:14 am
Mon May 6, 2013

Boston Marathon Runner Races Again In Spokane

Bill Iffrig of Lake Stevens, Wash., rests in the grass after running Bloomsday in Spokane. It was his first race since the Boston Marathon.
Credit Jessica Robinson / Northwest News Network

Three weeks after the Boston bombings, one of the iconic figures of that tragedy was racing again in Spokane. Bill Iffrig of Lake Stevens, Wash., joined more than 50-thousand runners on Sunday for the Bloomsday Run. You might remember the images of Iffrig on the ground immediately following a blast at the Boston marathon. Jessica Robinson has this story.

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Bloomsday Race
7:04 am
Wed May 1, 2013

Law Enforcement Ready for Spokane's Bloomsday

Law enforcement officials say they have increased the level of security for this year’s Bloomsday race in Spokane. More than 50,000 people participate in the 12-K run. Paige Browning reports.

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Spokane Pot Hearnig
6:30 am
Thu February 14, 2013

Sticky Rules On Pot Brought Up At Hearing in Spokane

Tuesday night in Spokane about 450 people showed up to a hearing about the state’s marijuana market. The state liquor control board held the forum as part of their research in implementing the sale of recreational marijuana. Paige Browning reports.

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Winter Traffic Accidents
6:49 am
Wed January 9, 2013

Dozens Crash In Spokane After Snowfall, Speed Biggest Factor

In the past two days, there have been 149 vehicle crashes in Spokane County. Though snow falls in Spokane every year, Police say they still see a rise in car-wrecks on icy winter roads. Paige Browning reports.

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Spokane Crime Rate
6:14 am
Fri January 4, 2013

Police Department Hoping To Stunt Growth Of Crime In Spokane

In the final week of December, seven homicides occurred in Spokane. Chief of Police Frank Straub says crime in the city is on the rise. Paige Browning reports.

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Spokane 911
6:34 am
Thu December 27, 2012

Citizens Will Wait Less, Use Texting, With Spokane 911 Changes

Spokane County’s 911 staff will soon grow, in order to speed up answering time. Paige Browning reports six call receivers will join the call center in the new year.

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Coal Export Terminal
6:11 am
Thu December 6, 2012

Factual and Moral Questions Raised At Spokane’s Public Hearing About Coal Shipments

Hundreds of people attended Tuesday's public hearing in Spokane about a proposed coal export terminal in the Northwest. The meeting brought out strong emotions, and raised a moral question about how the hearings are run. Paige Browning reports the event focused on the proposed Gateway Terminal for Whatcom County, which would ship coal to Asia.

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Zehm Case Sentencing
6:06 am
Mon November 19, 2012

Former Spokane Officer Faces 4 Years In Federal Prison

A former Spokane police officer was taken away in handcuffs Thursday night, more than one year after being convicted, and more than six years after Spokane man Otto Zehm died. Paige Browning reports on Karl F. Thompson Jr.’s sentencing.

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Zehm Case Sentencing
5:59 am
Thu November 15, 2012

Former Spokane Police Officer Sentenced In Federal Court

Thursday marks the beginning of the end in a six-year-long court case involving a former Spokane police officer and the death of a Spokane man. Karl F. Thompson faces sentencing Thursday morning in Spokane’s federal court. Paige Browning reports from Spokane.

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Commenter Revealed
6:01 pm
Tue July 24, 2012

Anonymous Commenter Reveals Identity

Linda Cook revealed herself as the commenter “almostinnocentbystander” on the blog Huckleberries Online.
Sandy Clemons

A lawsuit in north Idaho over anonymous comments posted in an online forum attracted national attention. Now, the commenter at the center of that dispute has unmasked herself. As correspondent Jessica Robinson reports, the case reveals a rift within the north Idaho Republican Party.

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