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    • Sheriff's office investigating after Fruitland man finds dogs in garbage bags

      The Payette County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a Fruitland man made a grim discovery last week. He said he found three white kitchen garbage bags on Bureau of Land Management land outside Fruitland. Inside, Rohrer said he found three dead husky puppies, each about 4 months old.  He had gone to the area on October 18 to do some shooting and posted photos on his Facebook page.

    • Property owner considers fighting vandalism with art

      SPOKANE, Wash. - One property owner is at his wit’s end as his building is vandalized again. Don Parkins is one of the owners of the Bluz at the Bend building. He says over the course of a weekend, people had tagged his building. But this isn’t the only thing he’s been dealing with – someone’s been dumping trash in his parking lot. 

    • Health District holds free vaccine clinics Tuesday

      Spokane, Wash. - There's a new effort in our community to help keep you and your family safe and healthy.  On Tuesday, October 24th, the Spokane Regional Health District is holding three free vaccine clinics at Garfield, Logan and Stevens Elementary Schools.  

    • Life or death: Final phase of Jonathan Renfro sentencing begins

      COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - Life or death, as in life in prison or the death penalty, are the only two options available for Jonathan Renfro, convicted of killing Coeur d’Alene Police Sergeant Greg Moore.

    • Spokane family adds alleged thief to Halloween display

      SPOKANE, Wash. - One local family is fighting back against the real ghouls and goblins this Halloween. They are using a real life creepy experience to only add to their display. "We're kind of going a little over the top," they said. Patty Garegnani and her family know how to do Halloween. "It's kind of addicting," Patty said.

    • Hillyard neighbors say trailer is turning their neighborhood into a 'war zone'

      SPOKANE, Wash. - Neighbors and business owners in Hillyard tell KHQ they don't know how much more they can take. They said a motorhome is attracting all kinds of trouble. Piles of trash surround it, and neighbors said it is a magnet for crime. They said even human waste is going into the roadway. "It's a war zone," said one neighbor. "It's nothing but trouble," said another.

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