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Mount Hood rescue

An injured climber was rescued from the summit plateau of Mount Hood on Friday, July 13, 2018, in Government Camp, Ore. The injured climber and six rescuers spent last night on Mount Hood.

Russell Grove hoping to write different ending at 2018 Rosauers Open

The North Idaho College golf coach walked off the 18th green after making his sixth birdie in seven holes for an apparent two-stroke win. However, minutes later carts took Grove, playing partners Derek Berg and Jason Molner and their caddies back to No. 6, where it was determined Grove had violated a rule by improving his lie, area of intended stance or swing or line of play, apparently by moving a live branch.

WSU, national laboratory to join forces on nuclear research

Students at Washington State University will take part in research on nuclear science and technology, power grids and utilizing bioproduct waste in a partnership between WSU and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory announced Tuesday.

Weekend’s tournaments pack venues, hotels

What kind of economic impact the NCAA women’s basketball regional and Pacific Northwest Qualifiers tournaments have on the community varies depending on the variables and formulas used, but one thing is certain: They continue to put Spokane on the map as a sports-friendly hub.

Alaska hit by 7.9 earthquake

A powerful earthquake struck off an island in the Gulf of Alaska, prompting a tsunami threat that sent the state’s residents along the southern coast and western Canada fleeing for higher ground just after midnight Tuesday.

Gov. Inslee wants Washington removed from drilling plan

Gov. Jay Inslee is asking U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to remove Washington, along with the entire Pacific coastline, from a list of proposed sites for potential offshore oil and gas drilling.

Then and now: Consolidated Freight Lines

Leland James, a Portland, Oregon, truck driver, built a trucking empire. He started by buying Portland-Spokane Auto Freight and a handful of other firms in 1929. He called his new company Consolidated Freight Lines. Around 1935, Consolidated built a new office and warehouse at 126 S. Sheridan St. in Spokane.