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  • Spokane Wishing Star volunteer has dying wish of her own

    Spokane Wishing Star volunteer has dying wish of her own

    Thursday, October 18 2018 8:21 PM EDT2018-10-19 00:21:14 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A woman who has devoted the final years of her life to making blankets for the families the Wishing Star Foundation helps, now has a final wish of her own. Patricia Basler's daughter Gina reached out to Wishing Star's Executive Director Dan Curley. The Wishing Star so graciously helps makes the dreams and wishes of people from ages three to 21 come true, but Patricia's age far exceeds their guidelines.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - A woman who has devoted the final years of her life to making blankets for the families the Wishing Star Foundation helps, now has a final wish of her own. Patricia Basler's daughter Gina reached out to Wishing Star's Executive Director Dan Curley. The Wishing Star so graciously helps makes the dreams and wishes of people from ages three to 21 come true, but Patricia's age far exceeds their guidelines.

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  • Cheney man accused of killing wife with pills appears in court

    Cheney man accused of killing wife with pills appears in court

    Thursday, October 18 2018 8:16 PM EDT2018-10-19 00:16:24 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Accused of killing his wife with a cocktail of prescription pills months ago, David Pettis now sits in a jumpsuit. According to court documents, Pettis ground up hydrocodone pills and put them in a mixture of ice cream and alcohol. He claimed it was because his wife, Peggy, had trouble swallowing pills.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Accused of killing his wife with a cocktail of prescription pills months ago, David Pettis now sits in a jumpsuit. According to court documents, Pettis ground up hydrocodone pills and put them in a mixture of ice cream and alcohol. He claimed it was because his wife, Peggy, had trouble swallowing pills.

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  • North Carolina puppy hailed as a hero after digging up loaded gun

    North Carolina puppy hailed as a hero after digging up loaded gun

    Thursday, October 18 2018 7:54 PM EDT2018-10-18 23:54:17 GMT

    Police in a North Carolina city are treating a pit bull puppy as a hero after he dug up a loaded .38-caliber revolver at an apartment complex.    Greenville police posted on its Facebook page the puppy that officers nicknamed Ryder was playing in the grass at the apartment complex when it found the gun wrapped in a t-shirt. Officers unloaded the gun and took it to police headquarters for storage.  

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    Police in a North Carolina city are treating a pit bull puppy as a hero after he dug up a loaded .38-caliber revolver at an apartment complex.    Greenville police posted on its Facebook page the puppy that officers nicknamed Ryder was playing in the grass at the apartment complex when it found the gun wrapped in a t-shirt. Officers unloaded the gun and took it to police headquarters for storage.  

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