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KHQ Local News will air on Weather Plus and KHQ.com

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Tonight, KHQ Local News at 5 and 6 will air on KHQ Weather Plus, channel 6-2 and Comcast channel 115 as well as KHQ.com due to KHQ's coverage the Gonzaga Bulldog's game against Loyola Marymount.

The game gets underway right at 5 and will run through NBC Nightly News.

On Weather Plus at 5, Spokane County has 35 graders, 25 plows, ten bulldozers and three industrial snow blowers working to clear the roads in south Spokane County that have been blocked since Friday. KHQ Local News reporter Tom Durian will be live with the latest from this ongoing State of Emergency.

At 6, warmer temperatures are finally finding their way into Spokane, but they might not be as welcome as you think. KHQ Local News reporter Cindi DeHoog will take a look at some of the flooding dangers neighborhoods in Spokane might face as all the snow we've seen begins to melt.


While the Washington caucus has passed, the race for the White House is still going strong across the country. For answers to any of your questions concerning Decision 2008 and the latest Decision headlines, log on to KHQ.com, your local source for Decision 2008 coverage.
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