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Regional Headlines: Verdict in Eskew Trial; Clinic Under Investigation; 13-Year-Old Kicks, Chases Attacker; Evacuation Lifted

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Here are some stories making headlines around the region:

Florence Clinic Under Investigation for Prescription Practices - Local, state and federal agencies raided a Florence medical center on Tuesday, after a two year investigation into the doctor's prescription writing practices. http://bit.ly/1lAETAU

Verdict Reached In Jasmine Nicole Eskew Trial - The twenty-two year old Eskew is facing a deliberate homicide charge after she allegedly shook her six month old daughter Brooklynn. http://bit.ly/1lmu1UD

UPDATE: Identities Released Of Father & Son In Fatal Rollover Into Irrigation Canal - Grant County authorities are searching a canal south of Coulee City for the body of an Ephrata man who presumably died in a crash into the water while he was out fishing with his three sons. http://bit.ly/1icr6en

13-Year-Old Girl Kicks, Chases After Attacker With Pocket Knife - Authorities say a 13-year-old girl Billings-area girl kicked a man who tried to kidnap her in her home and then chased him with a pocket knife when he fled. http://bit.ly/1ics7mJ

BREAKING: Evacuation Order Lifted Near Williams Northwest Pipeline - The evacuations that were in effect due to the explosion at the Williams Northwest Pipeline near Plymouth Monday have been lifted and residents are free to return home. http://bit.ly/1hgdU62

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