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    Gary Kennison, the father of Sheena Henderson, who was gunned down at Deaconess Hospital on July 8, said his family is taking things one day at a time, but he's already working to make sure what happened to his daughter doesn't happen to anyone else.

  • Campaign encouraging people to "Give Real Change" kicks off

    Downtown Spokane businesses are hoping to discourage drivers and shoppers from giving money to panhandlers through a new public education campaign, launched Thursday, designed to encourage diverting the flow of spare change to the agencies that help the homeless.

  • Police, Fire departments to receive new vehicles, equipment

    The Spokane Fire and Police departments will be getting upgrades to their equipment after Mayor David Condon signed a resolution for the departments to receive $26 Million for fleet and equipment upgrades.

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    3-day cease-fire begins in Gaza

    After weeks of fighting and more than 1,500 deaths, some semblance of peace may be coming to Gaza -- at least temporarily.

    U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced Thursday that an unconditional humanitarian ...

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