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  • Does High Drive need to be made safer?

    Does High Drive need to be made safer?

    Tuesday, October 23 2018 5:08 PM EDT2018-10-23 21:08:01 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - In wake of a fatal crash along High Drive KHQ investigates if the new improvements to High Drive that just opened last week needs to be made safer. KHQ spoke with City of Spokane spokeswoman Marlene Feist asking her if the City has plans to put in more guard rails or other traffic control devices along the scenic route. 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - In wake of a fatal crash along High Drive KHQ investigates if the new improvements to High Drive that just opened last week needs to be made safer. KHQ spoke with City of Spokane spokeswoman Marlene Feist asking her if the City has plans to put in more guard rails or other traffic control devices along the scenic route. 

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  • Pullman woman identified as victim in University of Utah shooting; Suspect is dead

    Pullman woman identified as victim in University of Utah shooting; Suspect is dead

    Tuesday, October 23 2018 4:41 PM EDT2018-10-23 20:41:09 GMT

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - KSL in Salt Lake City has identified the victim in Monday's night's shooting on the campus of the University of Utah as Lauren McCluskey from Pullman.  According to KSL, McCluskey was a student-athlete from Pullman and was on the track and field team. She was a senior at the university majoring in Communications.  

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    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - KSL in Salt Lake City has identified the victim in Monday's night's shooting on the campus of the University of Utah as Lauren McCluskey from Pullman.  According to KSL, McCluskey was a student-athlete from Pullman and was on the track and field team. She was a senior at the university majoring in Communications.  

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  • Police video captures Oklahoma suspect stealing patrol car

    Police video captures Oklahoma suspect stealing patrol car

    Tuesday, October 23 2018 4:40 PM EDT2018-10-23 20:40:16 GMT

    TULSA, Okla. - Police in Oklahoma have released video of a handcuffed woman driving off in a patrol car. Tulsa police say 37-year-old Angie Frost was taken into custody March 30 on suspicion of driving a stolen car. An officer handcuffed Frost and placed her in the front seat of his patrol car while he searched the vehicle she had been driving.  

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    TULSA, Okla. - Police in Oklahoma have released video of a handcuffed woman driving off in a patrol car. Tulsa police say 37-year-old Angie Frost was taken into custody March 30 on suspicion of driving a stolen car. An officer handcuffed Frost and placed her in the front seat of his patrol car while he searched the vehicle she had been driving.  

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