The Washington State Department of Transportation, Department of Commerce and State Patrol all responded to the City of Spokane's letter threatening legal action if Camp Hope isn't cleared out by Oct. 20.
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- Woman falls from third story window in downtown Spokane
- 1 Riverside High School student involved in Chattaroy crash dies, second remains in hospital
- Pullman boil water advisory lifted after crews repair broken water main
- Spokane Police: Man who got crushed by car could've been trying to steal catalytic converter
- Army Corps stopping housing development on Lake Pend Oreille
- Camp Hope costs City of Spokane more than $400,000 so far
- East Central Neighborhood Council wants to work with local, state leaders on Camp Hope solutions
- Police investigating murder in Sandpoint hotel room
- WSDOT responds to Spokane sheriff's vow to clear out Camp Hope
- Spokane police officer on leave following rape allegations
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