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Regional Headlines: Intruder Shooting; Barry Beach Clemency Hearing; Mudslide Search Ends; Fatal Officer Involved Shooting

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Here are some stories making headlines around the region:

Intruder in Shooting ID'd as Big Sky H.S. Foreign Exchange Student - Missoula County Public schools confirms the 17-year-old man who died in a weekend shooting was Big Sky High School student Diren Dede of Hamburg, Germany. http://bit.ly/1mRvHZy

Deshner Injured in Accident, Facing Multiple Charges
- A Helena man is injured after an unusual car accident Sunday morning and is facing charges as well. http://bit.ly/1iz380j

Barry Beach Clemency Hearing Tuesday - Beach was convicted for the murder of Poplar teenager Kimberly Nees in 1979 based almost entirely on his confession. Beach continues to insist the confession was coerced. http://bit.ly/1jaMaoP

Search Ends For Bodies In Washington Mudslide - Authorities are ending the active search for bodies more than five weeks after the Washington state mudslide. http://bit.ly/QWqhyS

Fatal Officer Involved Shooting in Umatilla County Under Investigation - Law enforcement in Umatilla County is investigating an officer-involved shooting just outside of Athena Monday morning. http://bit.ly/1nAeDr2
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    NEW INFORMATION: High Drive brush fire believed to be human caused

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 1:58 PM EDT2014-07-30 17:58:17 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash.- Tuesday evening the Spokane Fire department announced they had a likely cause for the High Drive brush fire: humans. The fire broke out Monday afternoon about 3pm on the west side of Spokane's South Hill between Qualchan Golf Course and High Drive. By 6pm it had grown to 30 acres and moved to within 75 yards of several homes on High Drive.>>
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  • PHOTOS JUST IN: Devastation from Carlton Complex; 300 homes burned

    PHOTOS JUST IN: Devastation from Carlton Complex; 300 homes burned

    Saturday, July 26 2014 12:07 AM EDT2014-07-26 04:07:59 GMT
    TWISP, Wash. (AP) - The Okanogan County Sheriff says the Carlton Complex wildfire has many more homes than previously thought. Sheriff Frank Rogers said Friday that the Carlton Complex fire has consumed about 300 homes this month. His office previously placed the number at 150, but he said then he knew it would rise.>>
    TWISP, Wash. (AP) - The Okanogan County Sheriff says the Carlton Complex wildfire has many more homes than previously thought. Sheriff Frank Rogers said Friday that the Carlton Complex fire has consumed about 300 homes this month. His office previously placed the number at 150, but he said then he knew it would rise.>>
  • WILDFIRE WATCH 2014: DNR tackling new wildfire near Tonasket

    WILDFIRE WATCH 2014: DNR tackling new wildfire near Tonasket

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 3:03 PM EDT2014-07-30 19:03:06 GMT
    TONASKET, Wash.- The Department of Natural Resources says they are battling a new wildfire northeast of Wauconda and Tonasket. The fire broke out on Tuesday, July 29th and is called the "Torado Mountain" wildfire. DNR crews are attacking this fire from the ground and air.
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    TONASKET, Wash.- The Department of Natural Resources says they are battling a new wildfire northeast of Wauconda and Tonasket. The fire broke out on Tuesday, July 29th and is called the "Torado Mountain" wildfire. DNR crews are attacking this fire from the ground and air.
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