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  • Help Me Hayley: Spokane company tows away crime magnet

    Help Me Hayley: Spokane company tows away crime magnet

    Monday, September 25 2017 10:18 PM EDT2017-09-26 02:18:57 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - An elderly North Spokane woman has been living in fear for months. She said an estranged relative abandoned a trailer in her backyard and then took off. She said the trailer has now attracted squatters and all sorts of criminal activity. She said she tried desperately to get it removed without any luck.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - An elderly North Spokane woman has been living in fear for months. She said an estranged relative abandoned a trailer in her backyard and then took off. She said the trailer has now attracted squatters and all sorts of criminal activity. She said she tried desperately to get it removed without any luck.

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  • Strangers lend helping hand after bogus mechanic leaves disabled woman's car on blocks

    Strangers lend helping hand after bogus mechanic leaves disabled woman's car on blocks

    Friday, September 15 2017 9:31 PM EDT2017-09-16 01:31:02 GMT

     SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Getting results. A disabled Spokane Valley woman was heartbroken after a man promised to fix her car, but instead took off with her money.  The faux mechanic also left her car on blocks, making it impossible for her to even get it to a real professional.     She was losing all hope until she said 'help me, Hayley.' Patti Bradley's car is her life line. With multiple herniated discs in her back, she relies on it to get to 

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     SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Getting results. A disabled Spokane Valley woman was heartbroken after a man promised to fix her car, but instead took off with her money.  The faux mechanic also left her car on blocks, making it impossible for her to even get it to a real professional.     She was losing all hope until she said 'help me, Hayley.' Patti Bradley's car is her life line. With multiple herniated discs in her back, she relies on it to get to 

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  • 90-year-old woman short changed in online auction

    90-year-old woman short changed in online auction

    Wednesday, September 13 2017 12:32 AM EDT2017-09-13 04:32:04 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - An elderly Spokane woman says everything she owned was sold for just $150. She, along with her children, opted to hire a company to sell her property in an online auction. It's a decision many of us may face with our own parents. But what should you do to make sure the process is a smooth one?

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - An elderly Spokane woman says everything she owned was sold for just $150. She, along with her children, opted to hire a company to sell her property in an online auction. It's a decision many of us may face with our own parents. But what should you do to make sure the process is a smooth one?

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  • Family fears for children's safety after massive branches fall on property

    Family fears for children's safety after massive branches fall on property

    Thursday, September 7 2017 11:20 PM EDT2017-09-08 03:20:32 GMT

    AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. - A family is terrified of a tree after they say branches repeatedly fall on their property. They fear if this continues, one of their children will be hit next. Bruce Eldred says his kids, and now grandkids are his whole world. He's constantly worried about their safety, especially with massive tree branches literally hanging over his head. "If they were out here and a branch were to break off, they wouldn't know to jump out of 

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    AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. - A family is terrified of a tree after they say branches repeatedly fall on their property. They fear if this continues, one of their children will be hit next. Bruce Eldred says his kids, and now grandkids are his whole world. He's constantly worried about their safety, especially with massive tree branches literally hanging over his head. "If they were out here and a branch were to break off, they wouldn't know to jump out of 

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  • Moving company accused of emptying woman's bank account

    Moving company accused of emptying woman's bank account

    Thursday, August 24 2017 8:49 PM EDT2017-08-25 00:49:40 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - We've all had points in our lives where we feel things can't get any worse, but few have had as many hits as the woman you're about to meet. Struggling with health issues and already coping with financial strain, she says a moving company cleaned out her bank account with unauthorized charges. She says she was getting no response until she called Help Me Hayley. "Last year, I started getting really sick," said Melissa 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - We've all had points in our lives where we feel things can't get any worse, but few have had as many hits as the woman you're about to meet. Struggling with health issues and already coping with financial strain, she says a moving company cleaned out her bank account with unauthorized charges. She says she was getting no response until she called Help Me Hayley. "Last year, I started getting really sick," said Melissa 

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  • Family says 'Help me Hayley' after roof issue

    Family says 'Help me Hayley' after roof issue

    Thursday, August 17 2017 9:38 PM EDT2017-08-18 01:38:14 GMT

    ATHOL, Idaho - So many of us are dreading winter, but likely nothing like one North Idaho family. Last winter, their roof began to leak causing caused flooding and countless sleepless nights. The family said they were getting nowhere on their own until they said, Help me Hayley. "You do anything for your kids," Karen Jensen said. Karen's daughter Leslie is in her late 40's, but as so many mothers can relate to, she'll always be her baby. "More than 

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    ATHOL, Idaho - So many of us are dreading winter, but likely nothing like one North Idaho family. Last winter, their roof began to leak causing caused flooding and countless sleepless nights. The family said they were getting nowhere on their own until they said, Help me Hayley. "You do anything for your kids," Karen Jensen said. Karen's daughter Leslie is in her late 40's, but as so many mothers can relate to, she'll always be her baby. "More than 

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  • Family desperate for AC to help son

    Family desperate for AC to help son

    Thursday, August 3 2017 10:27 PM EDT2017-08-04 02:27:51 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - All a little three-year-old North Spokane boy wants is to be safe in his own home. Little Cameron Heredia suffers from severe seizures, made so much worse by the heat. The family had no central air conditioning in their home until "Help Me Hayley" found some heroes. "Up until November 16th of 2016, he had never had a seizure, never had anything," said Cameron's mother, Sarah. It's amazing how in one day, our entire 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - All a little three-year-old North Spokane boy wants is to be safe in his own home. Little Cameron Heredia suffers from severe seizures, made so much worse by the heat. The family had no central air conditioning in their home until "Help Me Hayley" found some heroes. "Up until November 16th of 2016, he had never had a seizure, never had anything," said Cameron's mother, Sarah. It's amazing how in one day, our entire 

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  • Spokane woman gets stolen SUV back, but cat still missing

    Spokane woman gets stolen SUV back, but cat still missing

    Sunday, July 30 2017 7:44 PM EDT2017-07-30 23:44:44 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A local woman is desperate to find her missing cat, Sophie, after the cat was inside her SUV when thieves took off in it. Lori Steele just recently moved back to the Spokane area. She said her SUV was full of every single thing she owns, but her cat is a loss she just can't cope with. She said, "Help Me Hayley" to hopefully get some answers. 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A local woman is desperate to find her missing cat, Sophie, after the cat was inside her SUV when thieves took off in it. Lori Steele just recently moved back to the Spokane area. She said her SUV was full of every single thing she owns, but her cat is a loss she just can't cope with. She said, "Help Me Hayley" to hopefully get some answers. 

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  • KCSO deputies spend day off giving Bayview couple peace of mind

    KCSO deputies spend day off giving Bayview couple peace of mind

    Thursday, July 27 2017 8:49 PM EDT2017-07-28 00:49:40 GMT

    BAYVIEW, Idaho - Medical bills, a heart attack, and the constant fear of wildfire. One local couple is dealing with all that and more. They were terrified their lack of yard maintenance could cause them to lose everything if a fire hits the area. That's when they said "Help Me Hayley." "You can look right out that window to our lake," said Cynthia Carlson. Bayview, Idaho is the Carlson's paradise. It's easy to see why. "We wake up every morning and 

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    BAYVIEW, Idaho - Medical bills, a heart attack, and the constant fear of wildfire. One local couple is dealing with all that and more. They were terrified their lack of yard maintenance could cause them to lose everything if a fire hits the area. That's when they said "Help Me Hayley." "You can look right out that window to our lake," said Cynthia Carlson. Bayview, Idaho is the Carlson's paradise. It's easy to see why. "We wake up every morning and 

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  • Spokane treatment facility looking for help with steep repair bills

    Spokane treatment facility looking for help with steep repair bills

    Tuesday, July 25 2017 8:47 PM EDT2017-07-26 00:47:33 GMT

    One local nonprofit is worried about how they are going to pay for some big bills after repairs were needed at their facility. Volunteers asked “Help Me Hayley” to look into their situation.  The Alano Club in South Spokane helps up to 1,000 people a week. The substance addiction treatment center has been helping people in our community for decades, but now they are the ones needing a little support.

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    One local nonprofit is worried about how they are going to pay for some big bills after repairs were needed at their facility. Volunteers asked “Help Me Hayley” to look into their situation.  The Alano Club in South Spokane helps up to 1,000 people a week. The substance addiction treatment center has been helping people in our community for decades, but now they are the ones needing a little support.

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  • Kids open lemonade stand to celebrate mom who beat blood disorder

    Kids open lemonade stand to celebrate mom who beat blood disorder

    Sunday, July 23 2017 8:03 PM EDT2017-07-24 00:03:14 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - "Help Me Hayley" was contacted regarding a local family who has been through a rough couple of months. It's a story of children rallying around their mother to make a family dream come true. Meet Kandis Workman. She says she's been fighting a devastating blood disorder. The countless  appointments and treatments have taken a toll on her young family.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - "Help Me Hayley" was contacted regarding a local family who has been through a rough couple of months. It's a story of children rallying around their mother to make a family dream come true. Meet Kandis Workman. She says she's been fighting a devastating blood disorder. The countless  appointments and treatments have taken a toll on her young family.

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  • HELP ME HAYLEY: Scholarship sorrow plagues Spokane teen

    HELP ME HAYLEY: Scholarship sorrow plagues Spokane teen

    Thursday, April 27 2017 9:13 PM EDT2017-04-28 01:13:14 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Where is the money? That's the question one local student has been asking about her scholarship fund all year. When the check never came, she had to drop out of her dream school. She doesn't want any other student to go through the same heartache, so she said "Help Me Hayley."

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Where is the money? That's the question one local student has been asking about her scholarship fund all year. When the check never came, she had to drop out of her dream school. She doesn't want any other student to go through the same heartache, so she said "Help Me Hayley."

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  • Brutal Spokane winter leads to ant infestations

    Brutal Spokane winter leads to ant infestations

    Saturday, April 15 2017 6:08 PM EDT2017-04-15 22:08:36 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - For many of us, there's nothing creepier than a bug infestation in our homes. These problems start small, and can quickly spiral out of control. Help Me Hayley has received requests from some of you to learn the best ways to protect yourself, and your property, as we head into our long awaited spring. Hayley contacted local exterminators to see what's causing the most issues this year.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - For many of us, there's nothing creepier than a bug infestation in our homes. These problems start small, and can quickly spiral out of control. Help Me Hayley has received requests from some of you to learn the best ways to protect yourself, and your property, as we head into our long awaited spring. Hayley contacted local exterminators to see what's causing the most issues this year.

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  • Spokane man wants closure following lengthy cremation process

    Spokane man wants closure following lengthy cremation process

    Monday, March 13 2017 11:27 PM EDT2017-03-14 03:27:55 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - All I want is my mom back. That's what one local man was saying after he claims a cremation business has given him the runaround about where his mother's remains have been since they were picked up 25 days ago. He said he was getting nowhere on his own, so he said "Help Me Hayley." "She had very, very kind eyes," said Bryon Shell of his late mother, Mary Ann.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - All I want is my mom back. That's what one local man was saying after he claims a cremation business has given him the runaround about where his mother's remains have been since they were picked up 25 days ago. He said he was getting nowhere on his own, so he said "Help Me Hayley." "She had very, very kind eyes," said Bryon Shell of his late mother, Mary Ann.

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  • Mother's cell phone deal is a bust

    Mother's cell phone deal is a bust

    Thursday, February 2 2017 9:48 PM EST2017-02-03 02:48:03 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - What parent isn't constantly trying to save money? One North Idaho mom thought she was doing everything right when she tracked down quite a deal online for a cell phone. She met the seller at a Verizon store to make sure everything was clean. She said employees told her everything was on the up and up. Days later when she went to activate the phone, she was told it had been reported stolen sometime after the day she bought it.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - What parent isn't constantly trying to save money? One North Idaho mom thought she was doing everything right when she tracked down quite a deal online for a cell phone. She met the seller at a Verizon store to make sure everything was clean. She said employees told her everything was on the up and up. Days later when she went to activate the phone, she was told it had been reported stolen sometime after the day she bought it.

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  • Help Me Hayley: Freezing woman gets furnace repaired

    Help Me Hayley: Freezing woman gets furnace repaired

    Saturday, January 21 2017 12:59 PM EST2017-01-21 17:59:57 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash - This winter has been brutal on many of us. Frigid temperatures can wreak havoc, especially on our homes. One local woman knows that all too well. That's when she said, "Help Me Hayley." "It's scary to have no heat in your house, it is," said Helen Desnberg. "When you're cold you can't even think straight."

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    SPOKANE, Wash - This winter has been brutal on many of us. Frigid temperatures can wreak havoc, especially on our homes. One local woman knows that all too well. That's when she said, "Help Me Hayley." "It's scary to have no heat in your house, it is," said Helen Desnberg. "When you're cold you can't even think straight."

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  • HELP ME HAYLEY: Woman with MS fighting for parking spot

    HELP ME HAYLEY: Woman with MS fighting for parking spot

    Friday, December 2 2016 1:29 PM EST2016-12-02 18:29:39 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A popular downtown Spokane icon has one woman very upset. She says the Parkade doesn't have a single spot for drivers with disabilities. She wasn't getting satisfying answers herself, so she said "Help Me Hayley." "My condition was first diagnosed in 2000," Anita Jamison said. "I've tried several different therapies." 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A popular downtown Spokane icon has one woman very upset. She says the Parkade doesn't have a single spot for drivers with disabilities. She wasn't getting satisfying answers herself, so she said "Help Me Hayley." "My condition was first diagnosed in 2000," Anita Jamison said. "I've tried several different therapies." 

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  • Help Me Hayley: Important Halloween Safety Tips

    Help Me Hayley: Important Halloween Safety Tips

    Monday, October 31 2016 6:51 PM EDT2016-10-31 22:51:22 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Halloween is quickly approaching. It's a day many of our children look forward to all year long, but they aren't alone. It can be prime time for crime. In a special Help Me Hayley, we poured over pages and pages of data to show you what crimes are most common on Halloween, what time criminals are out the most, and what trick or treating routes you need to avoid. Let's start with crime. 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Halloween is quickly approaching. It's a day many of our children look forward to all year long, but they aren't alone. It can be prime time for crime. In a special Help Me Hayley, we poured over pages and pages of data to show you what crimes are most common on Halloween, what time criminals are out the most, and what trick or treating routes you need to avoid. Let's start with crime. 

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  • Help Me Hayley: Repairs made to Spokane apartment with mice in walls

    Help Me Hayley: Repairs made to Spokane apartment with mice in walls

    Wednesday, October 26 2016 12:25 AM EDT2016-10-26 04:25:39 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A north Spokane family is dealing with conditions that will make your skin crawl. The mother said mice have been breeding in her apartment walls and keeping her family up at night.  She claims management wasn't taking care of the issue, so she said "Help me Hayley." "Not only are they dangerous, but they are dirty," said Christina Stangel.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A north Spokane family is dealing with conditions that will make your skin crawl. The mother said mice have been breeding in her apartment walls and keeping her family up at night.  She claims management wasn't taking care of the issue, so she said "Help me Hayley." "Not only are they dangerous, but they are dirty," said Christina Stangel.

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  • 9-year-old girl battling cancer gets surprised with Gonzaga Basketball tickets

    9-year-old girl battling cancer gets surprised with Gonzaga Basketball tickets

    Wednesday, October 12 2016 4:23 PM EDT2016-10-12 20:23:34 GMT
    Wednesday, October 12 2016 4:23 PM EDT2016-10-12 20:23:34 GMT

    SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - It's been a rough ride for Alexa and her family since she was diagnosed with leukemia back in April. She was immediately pulled from school. Her days have been filled with appointment after appointment to save her young life. But more troubling than the illness for Alexa, was the way other children teased her. 

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    SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - It's been a rough ride for Alexa and her family since she was diagnosed with leukemia back in April. She was immediately pulled from school. Her days have been filled with appointment after appointment to save her young life. But more troubling than the illness for Alexa, was the way other children teased her. 

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  • Help Me Hayley: Teen's homecoming dreams come true thanks to Spokane community

    Help Me Hayley: Teen's homecoming dreams come true thanks to Spokane community

    Sunday, October 9 2016 8:26 PM EDT2016-10-10 00:26:12 GMT
    Sunday, October 9 2016 9:35 PM EDT2016-10-10 01:35:31 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A homeless teen just wanted one night worry free. Her dream was to feel beautiful and attend her high school's homecoming dance. Our community stepped up in a big way, giving her a night she will never forget. It all started with a Facebook post.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A homeless teen just wanted one night worry free. Her dream was to feel beautiful and attend her high school's homecoming dance. Our community stepped up in a big way, giving her a night she will never forget. It all started with a Facebook post.

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  • Help Me Hayley: Graffiti taggers strike at Minnehaha Park

    Help Me Hayley: Graffiti taggers strike at Minnehaha Park

    Monday, October 3 2016 8:06 PM EDT2016-10-04 00:06:43 GMT
    Monday, October 3 2016 8:06 PM EDT2016-10-04 00:06:43 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A senior Spokane woman was heartbroken after seeing racist graffiti in her favorite park. She said she called the city to report it, but after three weeks, nothing had been done. That's when she said "Help Me Hayley." "This is a nice neighborhood, everyone is friendly," she said.  "A lot of people use this park because it's so pretty."

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A senior Spokane woman was heartbroken after seeing racist graffiti in her favorite park. She said she called the city to report it, but after three weeks, nothing had been done. That's when she said "Help Me Hayley." "This is a nice neighborhood, everyone is friendly," she said.  "A lot of people use this park because it's so pretty."

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  • Mom claims Spokane hotel was dangerous for her children

    Mom claims Spokane hotel was dangerous for her children

    Tuesday, August 30 2016 9:11 PM EDT2016-08-31 01:11:16 GMT
    Wednesday, August 31 2016 12:29 AM EDT2016-08-31 04:29:15 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A local mother of two claims a motel room she recently stayed in was dangerous to her children. She claims the room had vomit, feces and even a used syringe. "The curtains had puke on them, there was puke in the fridge," Allison Bocook said of the room.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A local mother of two claims a motel room she recently stayed in was dangerous to her children. She claims the room had vomit, feces and even a used syringe. "The curtains had puke on them, there was puke in the fridge," Allison Bocook said of the room.

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  • Community steps up to help after watching Help Me Hayley stories

    Community steps up to help after watching Help Me Hayley stories

    Thursday, August 18 2016 10:00 PM EDT2016-08-19 02:00:57 GMT
    Friday, August 19 2016 12:18 AM EDT2016-08-19 04:18:28 GMT

    SPOKANE - Todd Varney has never met Spencer Brazelton. In fact, Todd lives 1,000 miles away in Denver. But Todd too is a dad. He was in town on business and randomly caught the story of Spencer missing out on his birthday party because a local business called X-treme Arena abruptly shut down.

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    SPOKANE - Todd Varney has never met Spencer Brazelton. In fact, Todd lives 1,000 miles away in Denver. But Todd too is a dad. He was in town on business and randomly caught the story of Spencer missing out on his birthday party because a local business called X-treme Arena abruptly shut down.

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  • Local business owner skips town with birthday party deposits

    Local business owner skips town with birthday party deposits

    Tuesday, August 9 2016 10:29 PM EDT2016-08-10 02:29:35 GMT
    Wednesday, August 10 2016 3:08 AM EDT2016-08-10 07:08:52 GMT

    SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - The now closed business Xtreme Arena has left a local family extremely disappointed after they say their son's birthday party was abruptly cancelled and no refund was given. They tried for weeks to reach the owner. They said he never called them back, so they said "Help Me Hayley." "It's their special day," said Kristy Brazelton of children's birthdays.

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    SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - The now closed business Xtreme Arena has left a local family extremely disappointed after they say their son's birthday party was abruptly cancelled and no refund was given. They tried for weeks to reach the owner. They said he never called them back, so they said "Help Me Hayley." "It's their special day," said Kristy Brazelton of children's birthdays.

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  • Help Me Hayley: Weeds a growing concern for one neighborhood

    Help Me Hayley: Weeds a growing concern for one neighborhood

    Wednesday, July 13 2016 10:18 PM EDT2016-07-14 02:18:12 GMT
    Wednesday, July 13 2016 10:18 PM EDT2016-07-14 02:18:12 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - It's a tragedy waiting to happen. That's how one Spokane woman describes an intersection just outside her busy apartment complex, where people are coming and going at all hours. She said overgrown weeds are making it a struggle for turning drivers to see where they're going.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - It's a tragedy waiting to happen. That's how one Spokane woman describes an intersection just outside her busy apartment complex, where people are coming and going at all hours. She said overgrown weeds are making it a struggle for turning drivers to see where they're going.

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  • Help Me Hayley: Reuniting Spokane Valley kids with lost care package

    Help Me Hayley: Reuniting Spokane Valley kids with lost care package

    Tuesday, May 31 2016 9:13 PM EDT2016-06-01 01:13:06 GMT
    Tuesday, May 31 2016 9:13 PM EDT2016-06-01 01:13:07 GMT

    A woman walking home from work came across a discarded care package in a parking lot. The addresses of both the recipient and sender were nowhere to be found. She reached out to "Help Me Hayley" to ensure the package would wind up in the right hands.   "It's really sad that people are taking packages off people's porches," said Tera Campbell.

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    A woman walking home from work came across a discarded care package in a parking lot. The addresses of both the recipient and sender were nowhere to be found. She reached out to "Help Me Hayley" to ensure the package would wind up in the right hands.   "It's really sad that people are taking packages off people's porches," said Tera Campbell.

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  • Help Me Hayley: Spokane family fed up with reckless drivers

    Help Me Hayley: Spokane family fed up with reckless drivers

    Monday, May 23 2016 8:20 PM EDT2016-05-24 00:20:01 GMT
    Monday, May 23 2016 8:20 PM EDT2016-05-24 00:20:00 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A Spokane family is fed up of drivers behaving recklessly on a gravel stretch of road near a popular park. "It's ridiculous," said Kaitlyn Stevenson. "People will just fly down this road. All I can think of is what if a child was there?" On Sunday, the family's security cameras captured dangerous driving on the gravel portion of Lacey Street leading to Chief Garry Park.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A Spokane family is fed up of drivers behaving recklessly on a gravel stretch of road near a popular park. "It's ridiculous," said Kaitlyn Stevenson. "People will just fly down this road. All I can think of is what if a child was there?" On Sunday, the family's security cameras captured dangerous driving on the gravel portion of Lacey Street leading to Chief Garry Park.

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  • Help Me Hayley: Man says Spokane dry cleaner misplaced all his clothes

    Help Me Hayley: Man says Spokane dry cleaner misplaced all his clothes

    Monday, May 16 2016 7:57 PM EDT2016-05-16 23:57:57 GMT
    Tuesday, May 17 2016 1:52 PM EDT2016-05-17 17:52:59 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A man says a local dry cleaner company misplaced the majority of his professional wardrobe. He reached out to KHQ's Hayley Guenthner and asked for help Stan Knox dropped off several shirts to the Beacon Cleaners on Spokane's South Hill. He said when he went to pick them up, he was told the company had no record of his stuff.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A man says a local dry cleaner company misplaced the majority of his professional wardrobe. He reached out to KHQ's Hayley Guenthner and asked for help Stan Knox dropped off several shirts to the Beacon Cleaners on Spokane's South Hill. He said when he went to pick them up, he was told the company had no record of his stuff.

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  • Help Me Hayley: Construction crew parking in handicap spot

    Help Me Hayley: Construction crew parking in handicap spot

    Wednesday, May 11 2016 8:36 PM EDT2016-05-12 00:36:39 GMT
    Wednesday, May 11 2016 8:36 PM EDT2016-05-12 00:36:39 GMT

    SPOKANE - No one should be above the law, so you wanted to know: Why was a construction crew  parking in a handicap spot, ticket-free? A frustrated viewer contacted #HelpMeHayley.

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    SPOKANE - No one should be above the law, so you wanted to know: Why was a construction crew  parking in a handicap spot, ticket-free? A frustrated viewer contacted #HelpMeHayley.

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  • Help Me Hayley: Battling bed bugs

    Help Me Hayley: Battling bed bugs

    Thursday, May 5 2016 10:28 PM EDT2016-05-06 02:28:49 GMT
    Thursday, May 5 2016 10:28 PM EDT2016-05-06 02:28:48 GMT

    SPOKANE - KHQ is launching something new to help viewers when they may need it most: Help Me Hayley. The first story is about a disabled woman whose apartment is infested by bed bugs.

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    SPOKANE - KHQ is launching something new to help viewers when they may need it most: Help Me Hayley. The first story is about a disabled woman whose apartment is infested by bed bugs.

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