Friday's Morning Headlines: Shootings, Avalanches and Abused Ani - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Friday's Morning Headlines: Shootings, Avalanches and Abused Animals

Posted: Updated:
Officials in Stevens County found numerous dead and sick dogs on a property near Ford, Wash. Officials in Stevens County found numerous dead and sick dogs on a property near Ford, Wash.
Here are some of the stories making headlines Friday morning around the region:


Early morning crash kills 2 – Police say a car carrying four people crossed the center line and crashed into a semi truck near Colfax, Wash. Friday morning. Police will be investigating throughout the day to determine how the crash happened. http://bit.ly/1hCbMvX

Avalanche danger high in Montana - The Flathead Avalanche Center in Kalispell, Mont. issued a special avalanche bulletin on Thursday, saying the threat of an avalanche in Montana’s backcountry is high. Further advisories may be issued throughout the weekend if conditions warrant. http://bit.ly/NiPJwy

Police identify body found in river in Great Falls - Police identified the man found dead in Great Falls this week as 26-year-old Graham Macker, from the Kalispell area. Macker reportedly walked away from the Great Falls Pre-Release Center back November. http://bit.ly/1hCbMvX

Another drive-by shooting in Moses Lake – The Grant Co. Sheriff’s Office said another drive-by shooting happened in Moses Lake on Thursday in the same neighborhood where a teenager was shot and killed earlier this month. No one was hurt this time, but deputies say the shooting appears to be gang related. http://bit.ly/1p2pQjs

Oregon State Police Seize $300k of Pot – Oregon State Police say a traffic stop turned into a major drug bust when troopers found more than 100 pounds of marijuana inside a rented SUV. http://bit.ly/1btMYUa

GRAPHIC PICTURES: Horrific case of animal abuse in Eastern Washington. – Officials near Ford, Wash. are investigating a case of animal abuse that involves more than a dozen dead dogs. http://bit.ly/MgVdXS

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Spokane family discovers their new home destroyed

    Spokane family discovers their new home destroyed

    Saturday, November 18 2017 1:38 AM EST2017-11-18 06:38:51 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A family's dream home turned into a house of horrors after a man breaks in, destroying everything inside.  It was a day the Gunther family had been waiting for, to move into their new home. But when she checked on the place during her lunch break Thursday, Brittanie immediately knew something was wrong.   All of the work her family had done to get their new home ready was gone. "I don't even know what's really 

    >>

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A family's dream home turned into a house of horrors after a man breaks in, destroying everything inside.  It was a day the Gunther family had been waiting for, to move into their new home. But when she checked on the place during her lunch break Thursday, Brittanie immediately knew something was wrong.   All of the work her family had done to get their new home ready was gone. "I don't even know what's really 

    >>
  • Missing 13-year-old girl reported in Spokane Valley is found safe

    Missing 13-year-old girl reported in Spokane Valley is found safe

    Saturday, November 18 2017 2:04 AM EST2017-11-18 07:04:45 GMT

    SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash.- Spokane Valley Sheriff's Deputies say they're looking for 13-year-old Jordan Ballou, who has been missing since 3pm Friday.  Deputies say she was last seen in the 6300 block of E. 4th Ave in Spokane Valley. 

    >>

    SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash.- Spokane Valley Sheriff's Deputies say they're looking for 13-year-old Jordan Ballou, who has been missing since 3pm Friday.  Deputies say she was last seen in the 6300 block of E. 4th Ave in Spokane Valley. 

    >>
  • Navy issues updated statement on 'irresponsible and immature act' after obscene images drawn in skies over Okanogan Co.

    Navy issues updated statement on 'irresponsible and immature act' after obscene images drawn in skies over Okanogan Co.

    Friday, November 17 2017 4:50 PM EST2017-11-17 21:50:11 GMT

    OMAK, Wash. - I can picture the Austin Powers bit now.  The people of Omak looking up at the sky and seeing a giant (Fill in the blank innuendo here) just like in 1999's Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. If you're unfamiliar, I'll save you a Google search.  A simple, yet effectively funny joke.  Except the U.S. Navy doesn't see humor in the real-life version at all.  

    >>

    OMAK, Wash. - I can picture the Austin Powers bit now.  The people of Omak looking up at the sky and seeing a giant (Fill in the blank innuendo here) just like in 1999's Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. If you're unfamiliar, I'll save you a Google search.  A simple, yet effectively funny joke.  Except the U.S. Navy doesn't see humor in the real-life version at all.  

    >>
HD DOPPLER 6i
/