This is a test story - Top Headline - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Nov. 2011 Test

This is a test story - Top Headline

Posted: Updated:

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed fringilla tortor a metus vehicula fermentum. Duis lacus dolor, ultrices nec vulputate non, accumsan ac turpis. Vestibulum eu velit massa. Praesent ac fermentum metus. Nullam interdum, risus id semper lobortis, dolor mauris pharetra mi, sit amet accumsan elit neque et lectus. Ut volutpat dictum rutrum. Praesent lacus erat, elementum eget tincidunt ac, posuere sed mauris. Aliquam vitae risus risus, ac convallis sapien.

Curabitur quis odio sit amet erat vestibulum faucibus eu quis magna. Nullam auctor blandit ornare. Fusce magna erat, tincidunt non luctus vel, bibendum eu tellus. Integer dapibus nulla eget nisl molestie tempus. Nunc facilisis elementum velit, viverra iaculis nisi posuere vitae. Nulla porta cursus vulputate. Curabitur luctus neque eget dolor porttitor sed egestas urna congue.

Vivamus gravida convallis est, ac mollis nibh gravida in. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. Cras vel mauris sapien. Morbi quis luctus neque. Cras ut erat in velit rhoncus consectetur non nec odio. Quisque semper semper diam, in sollicitudin sem euismod ac. Morbi scelerisque vehicula molestie. Mauris venenatis lorem ut massa lacinia vitae tempor tellus porttitor. Aliquam tincidunt scelerisque lacinia. Nulla in arcu at sem volutpat condimentum a non quam. Maecenas semper interdum risus, et lacinia sem consectetur eget.

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Woman at Staples: Not shoplifting, just pregnant with twins

    Woman at Staples: Not shoplifting, just pregnant with twins

    Monday, August 13 2018 1:12 PM EDT2018-08-13 17:12:24 GMT

    PINEVILLE, N.C. - A pregnant woman shopping at Staples says she was confronted about what she was concealing beneath her shirt: "Twins," she said. Sherell Bates tells WSOC-TV she was at the register paying for back-to-school supplies Friday when a police officer had her step aside and explain what was under her shirt. 

    >>

    PINEVILLE, N.C. - A pregnant woman shopping at Staples says she was confronted about what she was concealing beneath her shirt: "Twins," she said. Sherell Bates tells WSOC-TV she was at the register paying for back-to-school supplies Friday when a police officer had her step aside and explain what was under her shirt. 

    >>
  • Alaska's North Slope hit by high magnitude earthquakes

    Alaska's North Slope hit by high magnitude earthquakes

    Sunday, August 12 2018 7:32 PM EDT2018-08-12 23:32:25 GMT

    KAKTOVIK, Alaska (AP) - The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit at 1:15 p.m. Sunday near the city of Kaktovik on Alaska's North Slope. The earthquake came several hours after the North Slope was struck by the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in the region, according to the state's seismologist.  

    >>

    KAKTOVIK, Alaska (AP) - The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit at 1:15 p.m. Sunday near the city of Kaktovik on Alaska's North Slope. The earthquake came several hours after the North Slope was struck by the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in the region, according to the state's seismologist.  

    >>
  • Boyds fire near Kettle Falls reaches around 3,000 acres

    Boyds fire near Kettle Falls reaches around 3,000 acres

    Sunday, August 12 2018 1:18 PM EDT2018-08-12 17:18:23 GMT

    FERRY COUNTY, Wash. - Overnight, the Boyds Fire burning in Ferry County near Kettle Falls reached approximately 3,000 acres. Crews say by estimation the fire size tripled overnight to around 3,000 acres. Two residences and numerous outbuildings have been reported lost. In Sunday morning's update from the Incident Management Team, the fire has been listed as minimally contained at two percent.

    >>

    FERRY COUNTY, Wash. - Overnight, the Boyds Fire burning in Ferry County near Kettle Falls reached approximately 3,000 acres. Crews say by estimation the fire size tripled overnight to around 3,000 acres. Two residences and numerous outbuildings have been reported lost. In Sunday morning's update from the Incident Management Team, the fire has been listed as minimally contained at two percent.

    >>
HD DOPPLER 6i
/