SPOKANE, Wash. - Here's the 4 things you need to know this morning.
The Freeman community continues to work through their grief this morning.
Our Casey Lund was live at Freeman High School again this morning, where we've heard the Freeman football team plans to play their home game tonight as scheduled. That is, as long as air quality permits it.
Two of the three other students shot in Wednesday's rampage remain in satisfactory condition at Sacred Heart Medical Center, and are expected to make a full recovery. The third victim was released last night. Their families have asked for privacy, but released a statement saying, in part, "In this darkest hour, we feel blessed and lucky in so many ways. Our daughters are recovering from their wounds, and we know that your thoughts and prayers are with us." Their full statement can be found here.
Although the shooter is in custody, the investigation into Wednesday's incident is still very active. Anyone who has information and who has not yet spoken to investigators, is asked to send the Sheriff's office an email at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The suspected kidnapper of a Cheney man has been arrested in Goldendale, Washington.
Thirtysix-year-old Donovan Thomas Culps was taken into custody following a short car chase ending in a crash. His niece, 18-year-old Violetta Culps is still at large. Police say at this time, there is still no sign of the kidnapping victim, 46-year-old Cameron Smith.
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