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Washington health exchange glitches affect 6,000
Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler told The Associated Press that's about all the time he's going to give the exchange to fix the problem before he starts advising people to buy their health insurance outside of it.
Asotin Co. residents' questions get answers at 'Meet the Candidates' forum
The Washington Primary is on Tuesday August second. This past weekend several candidates who'll be on the Asotin County ballot had the opportunity to address voters at a candidate forum in Clarkston.
Dozens of dead fish dumped into Snake River
A local fisherman searching for a fishing hole came upon dozens of dead Northern Pikeminnow dumped into the Snake River near Red Wolf Crossing Bridge on June 30th.
Misconceptions of fireworks state laws versus county, city laws
We've been talking a lot this week about fireworks laws. Both Idaho and Washington have different rules, while every community and county also set their own rules.
Fallen Soldier's Family Presented "Quilt of Honor"
The family of the late First Lieutenant Mathew Fazzari of Walla Walla was presented a Quilt of Honor this afternoon by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary.
New judge assigned to Capone murder trial
A new judge has been appointed in northern Idaho to preside over the trial of a man charged with killing his estranged wife.
No Sterling branches in Spokane will close - Tue, 24 Jun 2014 PST
None of Sterling Bank's nine area branches will be closed during a round of reductions now taking place as Umpqua Bank begins aligning operations in the wake of its takeover of Sterling.