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‘It was like losing my best friend’: Son remembers father who died from COVID
Sixty-two-year-old David Simpson spent the last year-and-a-half helping kids on the bus. He was a bus attendant with Durham School Services who lost his life to the virus.[read more]

Jobless aid fight slows relief bill; minimum wage hike axed
After a minimum wage hike was nixed, a deal on jobless benefits was the latest sticking point in a push for a COVID-19 relief bill. Here's the latest.[read more]

9 great apes get COVID-19 vaccinations at San Diego Zoo
Four orangutans and five bonobos received injections of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine after a troop of gorillas in its Safari Park became infected.[read more]

Teacher vaccinations go untracked amid school reopening push. Get today’s virus updates.
Almost no one knows how many teachers are getting the shots, or refusing to get them. See how that complicates school reopenings across the U.S.[read more]

Spokane Schools hoping for mass vaccination clinic as state lays out plans to vaccinate more teachers
The Washington Department of Health explained more plans on how teachers, other school staff and child care workers will get vaccinated.[read more]

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KXLY.com is your source for news, weather, sports, and entertainment headlines for Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, and the Inland Northwest.

Bonner County Sheriff’s Office arrest man in child enticement case
SANDPOINT, Idaho – The Bonner County Sheriff’s Office said it arrested 41-year-old Christopher Lee Josephson on various felony charges that have to do with minors under the age of 13. The sheriff’s office said Josephson allegedly pretended to be a 13-year-old on social media and talked with a min...[read more]

Washington reaches goal of administering 45,000 COVID vaccine doses per day
Health officials in Washington have officially hit the state's goal of administering 45,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses a day, the Department of Health announced Friday. [read more]

‘It was like losing my best friend’: Son remembers father who died from COVID
Sixty-two-year-old David Simpson spent the last year-and-a-half helping kids on the bus. He was a bus attendant with Durham School Services who lost his life to the virus.[read more]

Local wildlife officials plead with public to check aquariums if you use Marimo moss balls
After a nationwide outbreak at Petco and PetSmart this week, Washington fish and wildlife officials say it's imperative aquarium owners check for highly invasive zebra mussels.[read more]

WA National Guard members to demobilize from Second Harvest
National Guard members are set to demobilize from Spokane's Second Harvest, nearly one year after they were first called to assist with the county's growing need during the pandemic. [read more]

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Biden takes 'giant step forward' on COVID relief, but challenges lie ahead
His bill passed the Senate -- but not the way the president might have wished.[read more]

Police: Texas rapper dead in interstate shooting in Georgia
Shooting on Interstate 85 in suburban Atlanta claimed the life of rising rapper[read more]

Police: Texas rapper dead in interstate shooting in Georgia
Shooting on Interstate 85 in suburban Atlanta claimed the life of rising rapper[read more]

Hiker falls to his death at Zion National Park in Utah
A 43-year-old man fell to his death at Zion National Park in southern Utah, officials said.[read more]

Woman, friend charged with DUI after truck hits car in ditch
She drove car in ditch; friend hit it trying to help her.[read more]

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