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  • GOP Idaho lawmaker gets in heated exchange with students

    GOP Idaho lawmaker gets in heated exchange with students

    Monday, February 19 2018 6:16 PM EST2018-02-19 23:16:37 GMT

    BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A northern Idaho lawmaker told students affiliated with Planned Parenthood he would call law enforcement officials if they attempted to visit his office at the Capitol.    Students and officials with Planned Parenthood on Monday recorded a heated exchange with Sen. Dan Foreman, a Republican from Moscow, while trying to schedule a meeting with him to discuss birth control and sex education.

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    BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A northern Idaho lawmaker told students affiliated with Planned Parenthood he would call law enforcement officials if they attempted to visit his office at the Capitol.    Students and officials with Planned Parenthood on Monday recorded a heated exchange with Sen. Dan Foreman, a Republican from Moscow, while trying to schedule a meeting with him to discuss birth control and sex education.

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  • Gang member arrested after chase, crash into building

    Gang member arrested after chase, crash into building

    Monday, February 19 2018 5:54 PM EST2018-02-19 22:54:23 GMT

    YAKIMA COUNTY, Wash. - Benton County sheriff's deputies report a man has been booked into Yakima County Jail after a pursuit ended with a stolen car crashed into a building over the weekend. Just after midnight Saturday night, deputies spotted a stolen car being driven in the area of County Route 12 and Griffin Rd, between Grandview and Prosser.

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    YAKIMA COUNTY, Wash. - Benton County sheriff's deputies report a man has been booked into Yakima County Jail after a pursuit ended with a stolen car crashed into a building over the weekend. Just after midnight Saturday night, deputies spotted a stolen car being driven in the area of County Route 12 and Griffin Rd, between Grandview and Prosser.

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  • Spokane Police arrest two people in connection to recent carjacking and shooting

    Spokane Police arrest two people in connection to recent carjacking and shooting

    Monday, February 19 2018 5:26 PM EST2018-02-19 22:26:06 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police believe they have arrested two people responsible for two violent crimes that happened last week. Police say the first incident was a carjacking at 2nd and Division on February 13th. The next night there was a shooting near Lincoln and Frederick. Conducting a "special detail" in the North Central neighborhood, officers contacted 23-year-old Vincent W. Birdtail and a 15-year-old juvenile. 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police believe they have arrested two people responsible for two violent crimes that happened last week. Police say the first incident was a carjacking at 2nd and Division on February 13th. The next night there was a shooting near Lincoln and Frederick. Conducting a "special detail" in the North Central neighborhood, officers contacted 23-year-old Vincent W. Birdtail and a 15-year-old juvenile. 

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  • Pullman psychologist charged with rape found dead in jail cell

    Pullman psychologist charged with rape found dead in jail cell

    Monday, February 19 2018 4:34 PM EST2018-02-19 21:34:28 GMT

    PULLMAN, Wash. - Pullman Police say the psychologist accused of raping a patient during a treatment session in January was found dead in his jail cell Sunday night. Police say a woman reported that psychologist Dean Funabiki, PhD, sexually assault her during a therapy session in his office.

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    PULLMAN, Wash. - Pullman Police say the psychologist accused of raping a patient during a treatment session in January was found dead in his jail cell Sunday night. Police say a woman reported that psychologist Dean Funabiki, PhD, sexually assault her during a therapy session in his office.

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  • Drowsy driver rolls car in Franklin County

    Drowsy driver rolls car in Franklin County

    Sunday, February 18 2018 11:25 PM EST2018-02-19 04:25:01 GMT
    Franklin County Sheriff's OfficeFranklin County Sheriff's Office

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, Wash. - The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is reminding travelers when it comes to driving the roads, if you snooze, you could lose. In a Facebook post Sunday, they compared drowsy-driving to drunk-driving, saying both are dangerous. Deputies say a man driving the car, pictured with this article, fell asleep on his way home from work. They say his car left the road and hit a guard-rail before rolling. The man was wearing 

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    FRANKLIN COUNTY, Wash. - The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is reminding travelers when it comes to driving the roads, if you snooze, you could lose. In a Facebook post Sunday, they compared drowsy-driving to drunk-driving, saying both are dangerous. Deputies say a man driving the car, pictured with this article, fell asleep on his way home from work. They say his car left the road and hit a guard-rail before rolling. The man was wearing 

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  • Bill proposes mental health exception in felony battery law

    Bill proposes mental health exception in felony battery law

    Sunday, February 18 2018 11:06 PM EST2018-02-19 04:06:26 GMT

    BOISE, Idaho (AP) - An Idaho lawmaker has proposed inserting a mental health exception in a 2014 felony battery law that protects health care workers. The Idaho Statesman reports Republican State Rep. Christy Perry last week introduced a bill that would amend the law so that it cannot be used to charge people who were in treatment or in the process of seeking treatment for mental illness with battery of health care workers.  The 2014 law made battery of health care workers...

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    BOISE, Idaho (AP) - An Idaho lawmaker has proposed inserting a mental health exception in a 2014 felony battery law that protects health care workers. The Idaho Statesman reports Republican State Rep. Christy Perry last week introduced a bill that would amend the law so that it cannot be used to charge people who were in treatment or in the process of seeking treatment for mental illness with battery of health care workers.  The 2014 law made battery of health care workers...

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  • Spokane Police arrests two suspects for drive-by purse snatchings

    Spokane Police arrests two suspects for drive-by purse snatchings

    Sunday, February 18 2018 10:24 PM EST2018-02-19 03:24:49 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police are investigating three purse snatching incidents that happened Saturday afternoon around the city. In all three incidents a silver Pontiac G6 drove up next to a victim as she was walking and an occupant grabs their purse from the car. Police say in all three incidents there was a physical struggle between the women and the purse snatcher. 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police are investigating three purse snatching incidents that happened Saturday afternoon around the city. In all three incidents a silver Pontiac G6 drove up next to a victim as she was walking and an occupant grabs their purse from the car. Police say in all three incidents there was a physical struggle between the women and the purse snatcher. 

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  • Animal overpass project now visible to westbound motorists

    Animal overpass project now visible to westbound motorists

    Sunday, February 18 2018 6:02 PM EST2018-02-18 23:02:11 GMT
    Courtesy Washington Department of TransportationCourtesy Washington Department of Transportation

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - A billion-dollar project that will allow animals to travel unimpeded over Washington state's busiest interstate is now visible to westbound I-90 travelers. The Spokesman-Review reports the construction, which is scheduled to finish in fall 2019, will connect two important habitats in the Price Creek area near mile marker 62. Larger animals, like elk, don't like traveling underground. The overpass is designed to give the easiest and most natural path fo...

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    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - A billion-dollar project that will allow animals to travel unimpeded over Washington state's busiest interstate is now visible to westbound I-90 travelers. The Spokesman-Review reports the construction, which is scheduled to finish in fall 2019, will connect two important habitats in the Price Creek area near mile marker 62. Larger animals, like elk, don't like traveling underground. The overpass is designed to give the easiest and most natural path fo...

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