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  • Man sentenced to minimum of 16 years in prison for sexual assault of child

    Man sentenced to minimum of 16 years in prison for sexual assault of child

    Friday, November 16 2018 5:52 PM EST2018-11-16 22:52:08 GMT

    A man has been sentenced to at least 16 years behind bars for sexually assaulting a child. According to the Spokane County Sheriff’s Department Friday morning, 37-year-old Nathan Nave was sentenced to a minimum of 16 years and up to life in prison. 

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    A man has been sentenced to at least 16 years behind bars for sexually assaulting a child. According to the Spokane County Sheriff’s Department Friday morning, 37-year-old Nathan Nave was sentenced to a minimum of 16 years and up to life in prison. 

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  • Authorities say law enforcement helicopter crashed into an Alabama river

    Authorities say law enforcement helicopter crashed into an Alabama river

    Friday, November 16 2018 5:48 PM EST2018-11-16 22:48:41 GMT

    Authorities say a law enforcement helicopter from Georgia has crashed into an Alabama river.  The Federal Aviation Administration said a Bell OH-58 helicopter crashed around 1:15 p.m. Friday near Clanton in Chilton County.

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    Authorities say a law enforcement helicopter from Georgia has crashed into an Alabama river.  The Federal Aviation Administration said a Bell OH-58 helicopter crashed around 1:15 p.m. Friday near Clanton in Chilton County.

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  • Spokane finds 'forever homes' for 25 foster kids

    Spokane finds 'forever homes' for 25 foster kids

    Friday, November 16 2018 5:39 PM EST2018-11-16 22:39:31 GMT
    4-year-old Ember was adopted Friday.4-year-old Ember was adopted Friday.

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane County joined courts across the country to celebrate more than 25 local foster children and youths who will legally join “forever families” on National Adoption Day. The annual event is designed to celebrate those children receiving permanency through adoption on that day, but to also raise awareness for the children waiting for loving and permanent families.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane County joined courts across the country to celebrate more than 25 local foster children and youths who will legally join “forever families” on National Adoption Day. The annual event is designed to celebrate those children receiving permanency through adoption on that day, but to also raise awareness for the children waiting for loving and permanent families.

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