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PHOTOS: Hoopfest 2013!

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    Spokane's Hoopfest is the biggest 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the world - hooping out on June 29 and 30th, 2013.>>
    Spokane's Hoopfest is the biggest 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the world. Join 7,000 teams, 3,000 volunteers, 225,000 fans on 450 courts spanning 42 city blocks!  Plus, enjoy shopping, food and interactive entertainment on June 28th and 29th, 2014.
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KHQ.COM, SWXRIGHTNOW.COM - Our combined KHQ and SWX staffs hit the streets in search of some great pics from Spokane Hoopfest 2013. Keep on checking in for more pics throughout the weekend! A special thanks to one of our KHQ interns, Sydnee Sydnee Scofield, she took a lot of the photos!

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    Sunday, June 25 2017 7:00 PM EDT2017-06-25 23:00:46 GMT

    LEAVENWORTH, Wash. - A mountain rescue team has recovered the body of a 19-year-old Mercer Island man who disappeared into a crevasse on Aasgard Pass on June 4.      The Chelan County Sheriff's Office says the team and a sheriff's deputy recovered the body of Benjamin Gore at about 11:30 a.m. Sunday. 

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    LEAVENWORTH, Wash. - A mountain rescue team has recovered the body of a 19-year-old Mercer Island man who disappeared into a crevasse on Aasgard Pass on June 4.      The Chelan County Sheriff's Office says the team and a sheriff's deputy recovered the body of Benjamin Gore at about 11:30 a.m. Sunday. 

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  • California father buries wrong man after coroner's mistake

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    SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - A Southern California man who thought his son had died has learned he buried the wrong man.  Eighty-two-year-old Frank J. Kerrigan of Wildomar says the Orange County coroner's office mistakenly identified a body found dead on May 6 as that of his son.  Kerrigan says he was told fingerprints were used to ID 57-year-old Frank M. Kerrigan, who is mentally ill and homeless.

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    SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - A Southern California man who thought his son had died has learned he buried the wrong man.  Eighty-two-year-old Frank J. Kerrigan of Wildomar says the Orange County coroner's office mistakenly identified a body found dead on May 6 as that of his son.  Kerrigan says he was told fingerprints were used to ID 57-year-old Frank M. Kerrigan, who is mentally ill and homeless.

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    SPOKANE - It's been more than three months since a beauty school student seemingly vanished from downtown Spokane. No one has heard from 35-year-old Deanne Hastings since early November.

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    Monday, June 26 2017 3:11 PM EDT2017-06-26 19:11:27 GMT

    WASHINGTON - The nation's largest doctors' group is outlining its opposition to the Senate Republican health care bill. The American Medical Association sent a letter Monday to Senate leaders saying the draft legislation violates the medical oath to "first, do no harm." The letter says the Republican plan is likely to lead to higher costs and greater difficulty in affording care for low- and middle-income patients.

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  • Special Olympics promotes inclusion at Spokane Hoopfest

    Special Olympics promotes inclusion at Spokane Hoopfest

    Monday, June 26 2017 1:47 PM EDT2017-06-26 17:47:09 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - Hoopfest brings people together in so many ways, and one way is how Special Olympics is promoting inclusion. Payton Barber and Capriel Halliday play on Lake City High School’s basketball when they’re not playing in Hoopfest. This year, they got the opportunity though to try something new during Hoopfest.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - Hoopfest brings people together in so many ways, and one way is how Special Olympics is promoting inclusion. Payton Barber and Capriel Halliday play on Lake City High School’s basketball when they’re not playing in Hoopfest. This year, they got the opportunity though to try something new during Hoopfest.

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