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Tonight on KHQ Local News at 5, two people from the Spokane area have been missing for weeks. Tonight still no sign of a 21-year-old woman and an 83-year-old man. KHQ Local News Reporter Tom Durian has the latest from the ongoing investigations.

Also at 5, truck drivers work long hours away from home and often for weeks at a time. Tonight health experts say some drivers might be carrying more than cargo and not even know it. KHQ Local News Reporter Anthony Gomes will be live with more on this startling report.

Following NBC Nightly News, KHQ is working to gather more details from deadly car crash in Deer Park that took two lives and will bring them to you on KHQ Local News at 6. For the latest on this story right now, log on to KHQ.com.

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