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4 News Now Q&A: College and COVID-19

Q: How is college planning different for this year's class of graduates? A: We're just getting settled into a new school year, but it's already time for high…

Burlington Stores to open Spokane Valley location next week

SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. -- Burlington Stores, a national off-price retailer, is opening a new store in Spokane Valley this fall. The store plans to open October 16 and will be located at 15505 East Broadway Avenue. Burlington Coat Factory will…

Children’s vaccinations in Washington drop during pandemic

SEATTLE (AP) — Fewer children are getting scheduled vaccinations for diseases such as measles in Washington state since March, when it became clear the novel coronavirus was spreading across the globe. The number of children 18 and younger being vaccinated…

Tracking COVID-19 in your child's school district

School districts have a new way of tracking COVID-19, and they're sharing it with you. With some students back to face-to-face learning, school leaders needed to come up with a plan for contact tracing.

Judge rules TikTok can avoid a ban in the US, for now

TikTok won't be kicked off of US app stores — at least not yet. A federal judge on Sunday partially granted TikTok's request for a temporary injunction against a push by the Trump administration to ban the app in the…

4 News Now Q&A: Flu or COVID-19?

We know both the flu and coronavirus spread through droplets from the nose and mouth. Both can spread before people even know they're sick. With all of these similarities, many are wondering how to tell the difference between the flu and COVID-19.