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The race to a COVID-19 vaccine; what the developing process looks like
Scientists all across the world are working on a COVID-19 vaccine which could be available to some by the end of 2020.[read more]

Some patients discharged from Kootenai Health, now at 90% capacity
Kootenai Health reported Wednesday its hospital was nearing capacity at 99%. In an update, health officials said some people were discharged overnight and the hospital is now 90% full.[read more]

Panhandle Health District board lifts Kootenai Co. mask mandate despite drastic rise in COVID-19 cases
The Panhandle Health District Board has lifted the mask mandate in Kootenai County. [read more]

Panhandle Health District Board to evaluate status of Kootenai County’s mask mandate Thursday
The Panhandle Health District Board will evaluate the status of Kootenai County's mask mandate at its Thursday afternoon meeting. [read more]

Kootenai, Boundary Counties moved to ‘red’ risk category as COVID cases rise
Kootenai and Boundary Counties have been moved into the substantial risk category as a result of rising COVID-19 cases. [read more]

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PHOTO GALLERY: Shriners Children Hospital hosts drive-thru trick-or-treating event
The Spokane hospital put together a safe and fun activity for patients and their families.[read more]

The life of a ballot: How it’s processed at the Spokane County Elections Office
SPOKANE, Wash. — Democracy starts with you and a ballot. More than 350,000 ballots have been sent out in Spokane County. As of Thursday evening, 156,561 ballots have gone back to the Elections Office. That’s about 43% of registered voters. This is when your ballot’s journey begins. 4 News Now got...[read more]

Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency calling this year’s wildfire smoke levels ‘unprecedented’
SPOKANE, Wash. — It’s been over a month now since Spokane experienced seven consecutive days of unhealthy to hazardous air quality; a week the Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency is calling unprecedented.  Prior to the week of Sept. 12-18, the SRCAA says they had never recorded levels of wildfire s...[read more]

Asotin Co. Sheriff’s Office searching for man who targeted woman at random, raped her at gunpoint
The Asotin County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man who targeted a woman at random and raped her at gunpoint near Snake River Road and Mulberry Beach.[read more]

Panhandle Health District board lifts Kootenai Co. mask mandate despite drastic rise in COVID-19 cases
The Panhandle Health District Board has lifted the mask mandate in Kootenai County. [read more]

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Colorado towns forced to evacuate after new wildfire's explosive growth
Colorado residents are facing emergency evacuations.[read more]

Colorado towns forced to evacuate after new wildfire's explosive growth
Colorado residents are facing emergency evacuations.[read more]

Seattle, Portland, NY sue over Trump anarchy label
New York, Seattle and Portland — three cities recently labeled “anarchist jurisdictions” by the U.S. Justice Department — are suing to to invalidate the designation and to fight off the Trump administration’s efforts to withhold federal dollars[read more]

Seattle, Portland, NY sue over Trump anarchy label
New York, Seattle and Portland — three cities recently labeled “anarchist jurisdictions” by the U.S. Justice Department — are suing to to invalidate the designation and to fight off the Trump administration’s efforts to withhold federal dollars[read more]

Pelosi urges caution on intel community statements
Nancy Pelosi's comments came after a warning from the FBI and DHS Wednesday.[read more]

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