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Judge: State Can Obtain DNA Sample From Coe

A judge Thursday ruled that the state can obtain a new DNA sample from convicted rapist Kevin Coe while attorneys on both sides of the case say much work remains before they head to trial.

Verner Sworn In As Spokane's Mayor

Mary Verner is now the 43rd Mayor of Spokane. She took the oath of office this evening. Verner beat Dennis Hession in the general election earlier this month.

Hession Reflective On Last Day

Major changes are about to hit Spokane as Rob Crowe and Mary Verner spent their last day as city council members Monday and Dennis Hession finished up his final full day as mayor.

Outdoor Storytellers - Patience Is Rewarded

It's called Heller Bar, but it doesn't serve drinks. Heller Bar serves up a cold hefty plate of humility to fishermen on a daily basis, because catching a steelhead there can sometimes seem impossible.

Outdoor Storytellers - Campfires

For many people, a trip to the outdoors is not complete without a campfire, and a campfire is not complete without a few people telling stories around it.

Outdoor Storytellers - Remembering Benny

During the holiday season, many families get together to share meals and memories, and for the family and friends of Benny Buchanan, this year's festivities are especially important.

Outdoor Storytellers - Bighorn Sighting

Every once in a while, there are things that we see that make us wish we had our cameras with us, but on a recent trip the Hells Canyon in Idaho we found out how lucky we were to be carrying filming equipment.

Outdoor Storytellers - Pheasantville

Birds are known for coming and going as the seasons change, but for one area in the Inland Northwest, flocking birds are a year-round occurrence.

Bush Says Economy Is Sound

President Bush is working to reassure Americans about the economy. But he says "there's definitely some storm clouds and concern" because of the nation's credit crunch and mortgage problems.