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Agent Orange Exposure In Vietnam: A Spokane Woman’s Battle
SPOKANE, Wash – Terry Siekerman just marked the eighth anniversary of her husband, Gary Gilbrech's death. While she's still trying to figure out how to live without him, she's also still waiting for
KHQ Crime Tracker: What To Look For When Buying A Security System
SPOKANE, Wash. - There is a lot a person can do to protect their home and property from crime and that includes adding an alarm or home security system to your house.
Spokane City Council President Says Mayor Left Council In Dark On Big Executive Raises
SPOKANE, Wash. - Mayor David Condon proposed eliminating 100 positions from the city of Spokane in his 2013 budget, while giving substantial raises to five of his executives, some as big as $20,000.
Spokane Mayor Open to New Police Chief Search If Necessary
SPOKANE, Wash. - Mayor David Condon will soon travel to the hometowns of the three candidates to get more background information.
Keeping Vigil: Inside The Mind Of A Criminal
SPOKANE, Wash. – What attracts a burglar to your home? Joe Rungo, a reformed convict, takes KHQ's Stephanie Vigil around several Spokane neighborhoods to point out what attracts a burglar, and how to avoid being a victim.
CIA INVESTIGATION: Idaho Laws Protected UofI Prof. From Disclosing Mental Health Issues
MOSCOW, Idaho - Friends and students of former University of Idaho Professor Ernesto Bustamante describe him as brilliant and talented, but they also say he was unstable and violent.