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  • Low air quality increases work week changes

    Low air quality increases work week changes

    Monday, August 20 2018 11:28 PM EDT2018-08-21 03:28:58 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Air quality reached “Hazardous” levels, leading to a variety of changes for businesses throughout the region on Monday. Many companies made adjustments, but kept working. Avista postponed all regularly scheduled work. David Vowels, Avista’s Communications Manager, said it plans to keep it that way until air quality “returns to a level considered safe.” However, that doesn’t mean employees have the day off. “Our field 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Air quality reached “Hazardous” levels, leading to a variety of changes for businesses throughout the region on Monday. Many companies made adjustments, but kept working. Avista postponed all regularly scheduled work. David Vowels, Avista’s Communications Manager, said it plans to keep it that way until air quality “returns to a level considered safe.” However, that doesn’t mean employees have the day off. “Our field 

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  • Two injured in crash on highway 52

    Two injured in crash on highway 52

    Monday, August 20 2018 11:06 PM EDT2018-08-21 03:06:57 GMT

    EMMETT, Idaho - Monday afternoon, Idaho State Police investigated a two-vehicle crash eastbound on State Highway 52 at milepost 34, north of Emmett.  According to troopers, 69-year-old Kenneth Lauer Jr. of Neotsu, OR, was driving eastbound when he stopped in the road to ask for directions.  84-year-old Robert Adams of Emmett, was also driving eastbound in a motor home that was hauling a boat trailer.  Troopers say Adams 

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    EMMETT, Idaho - Monday afternoon, Idaho State Police investigated a two-vehicle crash eastbound on State Highway 52 at milepost 34, north of Emmett.  According to troopers, 69-year-old Kenneth Lauer Jr. of Neotsu, OR, was driving eastbound when he stopped in the road to ask for directions.  84-year-old Robert Adams of Emmett, was also driving eastbound in a motor home that was hauling a boat trailer.  Troopers say Adams 

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  • Hazardous wildfire smoke could affect your heart

    Hazardous wildfire smoke could affect your heart

    Monday, August 20 2018 9:39 PM EDT2018-08-21 01:39:23 GMT

    Once the smoke and particles hits your lungs, it’s like you feel you’re at a campfire. But the can go from your lungs and into your blood stream and affects your heart. The hazardous conditions especially impacts those who have heart disease or a history of heart attacks. Doctors say the smoke entering your lungs and blood stream is comparable to smoking cigarettes. The particle from inside the smoke is what causes inflammation in the lining of the blood vessels, which...

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    Once the smoke and particles hits your lungs, it’s like you feel you’re at a campfire. But the can go from your lungs and into your blood stream and affects your heart. The hazardous conditions especially impacts those who have heart disease or a history of heart attacks. Doctors say the smoke entering your lungs and blood stream is comparable to smoking cigarettes. The particle from inside the smoke is what causes inflammation in the lining of the blood vessels, which...

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