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Looking back: Fairchild shootings

On June 20, 1994, former Airman Dean Mellberg opened fire at the Fairchild Air Force Base hospital, killing four people and wounding 23 before being shot dead by Air Force security officer Andy Brown. This gallery contains photos of the day, the community mourning and the wounded victims' recovery. Coming Sunday: Jim Camden talks with Andy Brown, the man who stopped Mellberg, about his struggles since the day of the shootings.

Chasing Raindrops

Using macro photography, Colin Mulvany captures close-up images of raindrops.

Historical Spokane riverfront photos

These photos show the area where the downtown Spokane YMCA would later be built. All images courtesy of the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture/Eastern Washington State Historical Society, Spokane.

Solo the trumpeter swan returns

Solo, the trumpeter swan who's been returning to Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge for at least three and possibly four decades, arrived at Winslow Pond on Monday, Jan. 25, 2010. This time he returned with the mate he found in 2009 and three of the four cygnets they produced that spring.

Then and now: Public places

We've paired historical photographs of public spaces that include bands, reservoirs, swimming pools and golfing events with modern counterparts for this gallery.

Then and now

We've paired historical photographs of boats, planes, trains, kids, combines and the Clocktower with modern counterparts for this gallery.

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Aerobatics

Sergey Prolagayev practices his flying routine on the tarmac at the Davenport Airport on Wednesday. A group of pilots is training at local airports for the Advanced World Aerobatic Championships, which start Sunday in Pendleton, Ore. (July 30, 2008). By Rajah Bose