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Morning Rush, October 17, 2014

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 KHQ.COM - Morning Rush! All the stories you need to know before you head out the door. Today's top stories include Allison Flicker's update on the road construction on High Drive. You're regular commute should return soon. It is expected to be finished by early to mid November. 

Fairchild Air Force Base is conducting some of their military exercises, so it's a little noisy today. 

The latest on Ebola: CDC is saying that Amber Vinson, an infected nurse, had symptoms earlier than originally believed. Frontier Airlines is notifying about 800 people who flew on that plane. 

U.S. Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Democratic challenger Joe Pakootas are facing on in a debate here in Spokane at the end of the month. This will be their third debate and will be at 4 p.m., Thursday, October 30th at the Lincoln Center. 

The body of actress Misty Upham was found in a ravine near Seattle. Right now police aren't suspecting foul play. 

Seahawks face off against the Rams on Sunday. They hope to redeem themselves in the eyes of their fans after their loss to the Dallas Cowboys. 

And if you're ready for local football this weekend, check out the EWU Eagles as they play the Northern Colorado Bears. The game is sold out, but you can catch it on SWX.  

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