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  • PHOTOS: Bomb-sniffing CIA dog fired for not sniffing bombs

    PHOTOS: Bomb-sniffing CIA dog fired for not sniffing bombs

    Thursday, October 19 2017 1:56 PM EDT2017-10-19 17:56:06 GMT

    WASHINGTON - You know they old saying, "If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life."  Some aren't fortunate enough (or brave enough) to live by that motto, but a pup in training to sniff out explosives in the CIA obviously wasn't digging what she was doing, so she's moving on. Hopefully to something she enjoys more. 

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    WASHINGTON - You know they old saying, "If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life."  Some aren't fortunate enough (or brave enough) to live by that motto, but a pup in training to sniff out explosives in the CIA obviously wasn't digging what she was doing, so she's moving on. Hopefully to something she enjoys more. 

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  • Backyard chicken trend leads to more disease infections

    Backyard chicken trend leads to more disease infections

    Thursday, October 19 2017 1:21 PM EDT2017-10-19 17:21:04 GMT

    DES MOINES, Iowa - The trend of raising backyard chickens is causing a soaring number of illnesses from poultry-related diseases. Since January, nearly 1,000 people have contracted salmonella poisoning from chickens and ducks in 48 states. More than 200 were hospitalized and one person died. The Centers for Disease Control says that toll was four times higher than in 2015.

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    DES MOINES, Iowa - The trend of raising backyard chickens is causing a soaring number of illnesses from poultry-related diseases. Since January, nearly 1,000 people have contracted salmonella poisoning from chickens and ducks in 48 states. More than 200 were hospitalized and one person died. The Centers for Disease Control says that toll was four times higher than in 2015.

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  • Convictions of Kettle Falls 5 may soon be erased

    Convictions of Kettle Falls 5 may soon be erased

    Thursday, October 19 2017 11:58 AM EDT2017-10-19 15:58:54 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - The convictions of some Washington residents for growing marijuana near Kettle Falls may soon be erased. That's after federal prosecutors say they shouldn't have spent money on the trial of the so-called Kettle Falls Five.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - The convictions of some Washington residents for growing marijuana near Kettle Falls may soon be erased. That's after federal prosecutors say they shouldn't have spent money on the trial of the so-called Kettle Falls Five. The Spokesman-Review says that decision came more than two years after prosecutors convinced a federal judge they had the authority to try the medical marijuana growers.

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  • SALUTING THE BRAVE: 101 veterans leaving Spokane Monday on Honor Flight

    SALUTING THE BRAVE: 101 veterans leaving Spokane Monday on Honor Flight

    Thursday, October 19 2017 11:06 AM EDT2017-10-19 15:06:52 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - More than 100 veterans will leave Spokane next week for Washington D.C. on the largest Honor Flight ever out of the Inland Northwest.  9 WWII veterans, 37 Korean War veterans and 55 Vietnam War veterans, an all-time record, will leave Spokane Monday morning for D.C., and return Tuesday evening. 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - More than 100 veterans will leave Spokane next week for Washington D.C. on the largest Honor Flight ever out of the Inland Northwest.  9 WWII veterans, 37 Korean War veterans and 55 Vietnam War veterans, an all-time record, will leave Spokane Monday morning for D.C., and return Tuesday evening. 

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  • Chewelah man barricades himself in home after suspected domestic violence attack

    Chewelah man barricades himself in home after suspected domestic violence attack

    Thursday, October 19 2017 10:52 AM EDT2017-10-19 14:52:06 GMT

    CHEWELAH, Wash.- Wednesday evening, Chewelah Police Officers, assisted by Stevens County Sheriff’s Deputies, responded to a domestic violence call where the suspect reportedly assaulted his wife and would not allow her to leave their residence, in the 800 block of W. Robert Avenue in Chewelah. 

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    CHEWELAH, Wash.- Wednesday evening, Chewelah Police Officers, assisted by Stevens County Sheriff’s Deputies, responded to a domestic violence call where the suspect reportedly assaulted his wife and would not allow her to leave their residence, in the 800 block of W. Robert Avenue in Chewelah. 

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  • US unemployment claims fall to 222,000, lowest in 44 years

    US unemployment claims fall to 222,000, lowest in 44 years

    Thursday, October 19 2017 8:44 AM EDT2017-10-19 12:44:37 GMT

    WASHINGTON - The number of Americans collecting unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level in 44 years, another sign that most workers enjoy job security. The Labor Department says claims for jobless aid dropped by 22,000 to 222,000, fewest since March 1973. The less volatile four-week average slid by 9,500 to 248,250, lowest since late August.

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    WASHINGTON - The number of Americans collecting unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level in 44 years, another sign that most workers enjoy job security. The Labor Department says claims for jobless aid dropped by 22,000 to 222,000, fewest since March 1973. The less volatile four-week average slid by 9,500 to 248,250, lowest since late August.

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  • South Hill man recognized by sheriff's office for giving deputy a ride during chase

    South Hill man recognized by sheriff's office for giving deputy a ride during chase

    Thursday, October 19 2017 2:48 AM EDT2017-10-19 06:48:31 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash - The sheriff's office had the chance to say thank you to a Spokane man Wednesday night who was there for one of their deputies, and it all started with a ride. Last month we introduced you to 79-year-old Paul Eminger. 

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    SPOKANE, Wash - The sheriff's office had the chance to say thank you to a Spokane man Wednesday night who was there for one of their deputies, and it all started with a ride. Last month we introduced you to 79-year-old Paul Eminger. 

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  • Mad Minute stories from Wednesday, October 18th

    Mad Minute stories from Wednesday, October 18th

    Thursday, October 19 2017 2:48 AM EDT2017-10-19 06:48:02 GMT

    Here are the extended versions of the KHQ Local News 11 at 11 Mad Minute stories from Wednesday, October 18th.

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    Here are the extended versions of the KHQ Local News 11 at 11 Mad Minute stories from Wednesday, October 18th.

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