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Denver, CO, United States

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Local family reflects on love, support showed to them while their daughter battled cancer

A local hospital helped this little girl go from helpless to hopeful. → Read More

Kittitas deputy killed in shootout identified as 42-year-old with three children

In a press conference Wednesday morning, authorities identified the officer who was killed as Kittitas County Sheriff's Deputy Ryan Thompson. He was born in Walla Walla, graduated from Central Washington University and had been working in Kittitas county law enforcement for 14 years. → Read More

Kittitas County deputy killed in gun fight, Kittitas police officer seriously injured

A Kittitas County Sheriff's deputy was killed and a Kittitas Police officer was seriously injured in a shootout in the Badger Pocket area of Kittitas county Tuesday night. → Read More

Yellowstone plans to capture more than 600 bison

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Yellowstone National Park officials plan to capture 600 to 900 bison to slaughter this winter for the continuing effort to manage the herd's population. → Read More

Seattle zoo takes in 250 tarantulas, Gila monsters

SEATTLE (AP) - Officials at the zoo in Seattle have taken in 250 tarantula spiderlings that were confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from an importer. → Read More

Spark Central hoping to connect Kendall Yards with West Central youth

Not everyone learns the same way and not all children have the same opportunities to expand their knowledge of the world. In Kendall Yards, volunteers at Spark Central, a non-profit, geared to creative learning, hope to bring a little extra inspiration to the West Central neighborhood. → Read More

Grocery store Santa out for one last bell ring

It's not hard to see why people call Bill Conner, Santa. He comes around, the same time every year, has an infectious laugh, and he takes pictures with the children. His big white beard and age don't hurt either. → Read More

Idaho regulators agree to settlement with Texas oil company

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Idaho oil and gas regulators say a Texas oil company has agreed to pay $4,000 for not complying with state rules. → Read More

Democrat Lisa Brown reflects on her historic election run and talks politics moving forward

She's no stranger when it comes to campaigning for public office but for her latest race, Democrat Lisa Brown entered a contest that would capture national attention, raise donations that totaled in the millions of dollars and distinguish herself as the first Democrat to put up a real challenge to the Republican incumbent in more than a decade. → Read More

North Idaho woman state's first flu related death of the 2018-2019 season

A North Idaho woman is the state's first flu related death of the 2018-19 season. Idaho health officials say the woman was over 50 years old and died sometime this week. → Read More

Spokane Police and county Sheriff's Office train with helicopters and K9s

 Last Wednesday the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office and Spokane Police Department’s K9 Units trained with the combined Air Support Unit (ASU). → Read More

Man sentenced for bat attack on Special Olympics athlete

A Missoula man who attacked a Special Olympics athlete with a baseball bat, causing a severe head injury, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison with eight years suspended. → Read More

Spokane Public Schools looking for help identifying arson suspects

Spokane Public Schools is asking for the public's help identifying four suspects in an arson incident at Finch Elementary School. → Read More

Dead humpback whale found on Washington coast

SEKIU, Wash. (AP) - A dead humpback whale was discovered floating off shore near Sekiu, Washington, Thursday morning. → Read More

Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier killed in Afghanistan

The Army says a Green Beret from Joint Base Lewis-McChord died from injuries sustained in an explosion while serving in Afghanistan on his fourth combat deployment. → Read More

Tobacco-funded group sues over Montana citizen tax measure

A tobacco industry-funded group is asking the Montana Supreme Court to re-phrase a ballot initiative that would raise tobacco taxes to pay for the state's Medicaid expansion and other health programs.\ → Read More

Spokane teen waiting and hoping for bone marrow donor

She'd rather be rolling skating or hiking in the Spokane Valley but in order to live, Grace Ndayizeye, has to spend hours each month swapping out eight units of blood. → Read More

Inmate at Spokane County Jail found dead in cell

Deputies at the Spokane County Jail found an inmate dead in a cell just after 1:10 p.m. Tuesday. Major crimes detectives are now investigating. → Read More

'Deadliest Catch' co-star pleads guilty to sexual assault

SEATTLE (AP) - Reality-TV fisherman Edgar Hansen pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a teenage girl but he'll face no jail time under a plea deal reached with prosecutors. → Read More

Judge adopts order for Ennis' attorney to acquire evidence

Former Spokane Police Sgt. Gordon Ennis appeared before a judge again today in his ongoing efforts to secure a retrial. → Read More