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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Crash closes intersection of Dalke and Morton

The intersection of Dalke Avenue and Morton Street was closed after a car and a motorcycle collided there this afternoon. The motorcyclist, who has not been identified, was taken to Providence Holy Family Hospital then transferred to Providence Sacred Heart Hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries. The driver of the car was uninjured. Details surrounding the crash are slim at this time, but police say the intersection is now open.

Duck hunt goes foul when teen shot in duck blind

Justin Kevan thanks his buddies, God, cellphones and a whole bunch of medical people for not losing his right arm in a duck hunting accident last season. The Kennewick High student, age 15 at the time, and four classmates had gone to shoot mallards near Madame Dorian Park at Wallula Junction on Dec. 30.

Icy roads slipping up drivers

Black ice from overnight rain and cold morning temperatures is triggering multiple crashes in the Spokane area this morning.

Alleged drunk driver crashes into school bus

A driver is in custody for allegedly hitting a school bus while driving under the influence on Highway 395 three miles north of Colville today. Details surrounding the 4:17 p.m. crash are still slim. None of the students on the bus were injured but the driver of the other vehicle, who has not yet been identified, sustained minor injuries, according to the Washington State Patrol. The driver is in police custody. The highway is partially blocked.

Man dies days after one-car crash

A man who was injured in an accident earlier this month died Friday at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center.