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  • Teaching kids to fight back against bullies

    Teaching kids to fight back against bullies

    Wednesday, September 7 2016 7:18 PM EDT2016-09-07 23:18:22 GMT
    Wednesday, September 7 2016 7:31 PM EDT2016-09-07 23:31:21 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - There's been a recent anti-bullying trend in an effort to help kids to fight back. Bully-proofing classes are becoming more popular and are encouraging children to take a more aggressive approach to avoid becoming a victim. Instructor Korbett Miller at Miller’s Martial Arts Academy in Kirkland, WA stands behind the belief of helping students strengthen themselves, both mentally and physically.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - There's been a recent anti-bullying trend in an effort to help kids to fight back. Bully-proofing classes are becoming more popular and are encouraging children to take a more aggressive approach to avoid becoming a victim. Instructor Korbett Miller at Miller’s Martial Arts Academy in Kirkland, WA stands behind the belief of helping students strengthen themselves, both mentally and physically.

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  • STOPit app allows students to anonymously report bullying

    STOPit app allows students to anonymously report bullying

    Tuesday, September 6 2016 11:03 PM EDT2016-09-07 03:03:18 GMT
    Wednesday, September 7 2016 2:36 PM EDT2016-09-07 18:36:17 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Summer is officially over for students and with the start of the new school year, students and parents are bound to face a variety of challenges. One of those is interaction with fellow classmates. Bullying can undoubtedly cause serious harm, but a revolutionary app has been created to stop bullying as it happens. 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Summer is officially over for students and with the start of the new school year, students and parents are bound to face a variety of challenges. One of those is interaction with fellow classmates. Bullying can undoubtedly cause serious harm, but a revolutionary app has been created to stop bullying as it happens. 

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  • North Dakota's chief archaeologist to inspect pipeline site

    North Dakota's chief archaeologist to inspect pipeline site

    Thursday, September 8 2016 11:07 AM EDT2016-09-08 15:07:20 GMT
    Thursday, September 8 2016 11:07 AM EDT2016-09-08 15:07:21 GMT

    BISMARK, N.D. - North Dakota's chief archaeologist plans to inspect an area along the route of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline where Standing Rock Sioux officials say they've identified cultural artifacts. Paul Picha  told The Associated Press that the trip likely won't happen until next week. If any artifacts are found, pipeline work would cease. 

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    BISMARK, N.D. - North Dakota's chief archaeologist plans to inspect an area along the route of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline where Standing Rock Sioux officials say they've identified cultural artifacts. Paul Picha  told The Associated Press that the trip likely won't happen until next week. If any artifacts are found, pipeline work would cease. 

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  • Why the Spokane Falls weren’t falling

    Why the Spokane Falls weren’t falling

    Wednesday, September 7 2016 10:18 PM EDT2016-09-08 02:18:15 GMT
    Wednesday, September 7 2016 10:23 PM EDT2016-09-08 02:23:29 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - If you drove past the Spokane Falls underneath the Monroe Street Bridge Wednesday you probably noticed something strange: The falls were completely dried up. The Spokane River is usually low this time of the year, but not enough to keep the falls from falling. But there’s no reason to panic. According to Avista Utilities, the falls were dried up because of mandatory inspections. 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - If you drove past the Spokane Falls underneath the Monroe Street Bridge Wednesday you probably noticed something strange: The falls were completely dried up. The Spokane River is usually low this time of the year, but not enough to keep the falls from falling. But there’s no reason to panic. According to Avista Utilities, the falls were dried up because of mandatory inspections. 

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