• Post Falls Police deliver holiday cheer

    What do you do when you have left over funds from a charitable event? For the Post Falls Police Department, the answer is easy. You give even more.

  • Teens distribute 1,000 backpacks, hygiene kits to homeless

    After months of hard work, two teens raised enough money to provide the homeless and families in need with 1,000 backpacks and hygiene kits, giving those people something to be thankful for this Christmas.

  • Young man reunited with stolen iPad

    A young man with developmental disabilities has been reunited with his iPad, stolen right out of his hands Tuesday morning at the South Hill Walgreens.

  • Saving A Seat For Emma

    Emma Wasson was Gonzaga's numer one fan.  She's been gone since 2008, but the athletic department continues to save her seat in the front row.

  • More travelers hit the road for the holidays

    More than 98 million Americans are traveling this holiday season, with AAA reporting that holiday travel increasing four percent this year, thanks to low gas prices and the improving economy.

  • Workers trained on Ebola

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    CDC: Lab tech may have been exposed to Ebola

    A technician from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be monitored for three weeks after possibly being exposed to the Ebola virus at one of the agency's Atlanta labs, the CDC said Wednesday.

    The CDC said in a written statement that a ...

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