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  • STILL ON THE LOOSE: WSP Looks For Man Charged With 59 Counts Of Sexual Misconduct With Children

    STILL ON THE LOOSE: WSP Looks For Man Charged With 59 Counts Of Sexual Misconduct With Children

    Thursday, April 17 2014 2:35 PM EDT2014-04-17 18:35:04 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Detectives in Minnesota believe a former cult leader who sexually abused young girls is now living in the Spokane Area. WSP is asking that you share any information you have that may lead to his arrest. MORE DETAILS INSIDE OF THE STORY>>>>>
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Detectives in Minnesota believe a former cult leader who sexually abused young girls is now living in the Spokane Area. WSP is asking that you share any information you have that may lead to his arrest. MORE DETAILS INSIDE OF THE STORY>>>
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  • Portland Drains 50-Million Gallon Drinking Water Reservoir After Teen Urinates In Water

    Portland Drains 50-Million Gallon Drinking Water Reservoir After Teen Urinates In Water

    Thursday, April 17 2014 2:17 PM EDT2014-04-17 18:17:34 GMT
    PORTLAND, Ore. - 38 million gallons of drinking water was flushed from the Mt. Tabor Reservior in Portland, Oregon this week after a teenager was caught urinating in the reservoir.
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    PORTLAND, Ore. - 38 million gallons of drinking water was flushed from the Mt. Tabor Reservoir in Portland, Oregon this week after a teenager was caught urinating in the reservoir.
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  • ACTION CAM: JDRF Tee Off For A Cure Preview

    ACTION CAM: JDRF Tee Off For A Cure Preview

    Thursday, April 17 2014 1:41 PM EDT2014-04-17 17:41:37 GMT
    KHQ.COM - Tee Off FORE a Cure was founded in 2001 by Rob McWilliams in honor of his brother, Eddie McWilliams. Dedicated patrons and volunteers return year after year for what has become one of the most successful charity events in the Inland Northwest. Since inception, the event has raised over $1,277,000.>>
    KHQ.COM - Tee Off FORE a Cure was founded in 2001 by Rob McWilliams in honor of his brother, Eddie McWilliams. Dedicated patrons and volunteers return year after year for what has become one of the most successful charity events in the Inland Northwest. Since inception, the event has raised over $1,277,000.
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