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Ice a factor in two crashes, one fatal

Icy road conditions in the Inland Northwest contributed to the first major weather-related accidents of the season Friday night, prompting officials to remind drivers to slow down during inclement weather. On Friday night, a 16-year-old Nine Mile Falls girl was killed on a remote north Spokane County road when she lost control of her vehicle while talking on her cell phone, the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office reported.

Washington among states trying to curb bumper crop

The rut is winding down, leaving motorists with one fewer reason for colliding with a deer, elk or moose on the highway. The annual fall mating season, which peaks in November, involves bucks chasing does, hunters pursuing bucks and vehicles driving through the flurry of activity at 60 mph.

Snow triggers accidents

Snow falling in the upper elevations of Spokane County apparently set the stage for a string of traffic accidents this morning.

Crash on Highway 21 kills Malo man

A man died on Highway 21 in Ferry County Friday night after another driver crossed the center line and struck his car.

‘Unbearable’ odor was marijuana

After several weeks, a strange odor finally became “unbearable” for a Liberty Lake apartment dweller who called the Spokane Valley Fire Department for help. Assistant Fire Marshal Bill Clifford said Liberty Lake police joined firefighters on the Sept. 1 call to the Big Trout Lodge Apartments at 22809 Country Vista Drive. When the emergency workers arrived shortly before midnight, they too smelled something odd.

Both lanes of I-90 closed at Stateline

One person is dead, and officials are working to clear a multi-vehicle crash involving a moose that has closed eastbound and westbound lanes of Interstate 90 near the Idaho border.

I-90 crash kills 3 children near pass

Three children were killed Sunday in a crash near Idaho's Fourth of July Pass that restricted travel along Interstate 90 to a single lane, the Idaho State Patrol said. Dead are Monica Cahoon-Haase, 9; Kaitlynn Haase, 5; and Sarah Haase, 4. All were from Puyallup, Wash.

Pilot Blamed For Cable Car Accident Officers Face Charges After Pentagon Investigation Finds They Chose To Break Rules

The Pentagon has concluded that the American pilot and crew were responsible for the accident last month that killed 20 people when his Marine Corp jet struck a ski lift's cable in Italy and they should face disciplinary charges, officials said Wednesday. A military investigation has found the jet, an EA-6B Prowler, was flying too low and too fast when it sheared the cable near the resort town of Cavalese, sending a gondola full of skiers hurtling more than 300 feet to the ground, the officials said.