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Northport collision leaves one dead, one still trapped

A two-car collision today about 3:35 has left one person dead and another trapped in a vehicle with serious injuries. The road was fully blocked on Highway 25 three miles south of Northport for nearly five hours.

Woman injured in head-on crash with semi

One person was injured in a collision at 10:38 a.m. Thursday on Interstate 90 near Wallace when a semi truck lost control and struck her vehicle head on.

Paths proliferate for bicyclists, but fatalities haunt region

The death last month of a Spokane bicycle commuter – the third bicycling fatality in the city in less than a year – underscores the stakes in the ongoing transformation of communities into more bicycle-friendly places. A fourth bicyclist died in North Idaho last summer, making 2010 a particularly deadly year for Inland Northwest riders.

Man arrested after towed sled hits police car

A Spokane father is in jail after two children he was towing on a sled behind an ATV slammed into a parked police car, sending the kids to the hospital. Spokane police say Ramon D. Noggles, 33, was under the influence of alcohol when the collision happened just before 8 p.m. Wednesday in the 3600 block of East Pratt Avenue.

Quick, slick slope sends sledders to ER

More than 30 people visited the Valley Hospital and Medical Center emergency room last weekend with sledding injuries ranging from broken shins to fractured spines. “They were almost exclusively from Valley Mission Park,” said Dr. Wayne Tilson, emergency department medical director.

Poor weather keeps firefighters busy

Bad weather always causes more problems for the Spokane Valley Fire Department and the two weeks ending Wednesday were no different. The department responded to 495 calls, many more than normal. “Our alarm soundings go up and car accidents double or triple,” said Bill Clifford, assistant fire marshal.

Motorcyclist killed on U.S. 95

A 47-year-old Spokane man was killed Monday when his motorcycle struck a guardrail on U.S. Highway 195 just north of Rosalia, according to the Washington State Patrol. Paul E. Ganoung died at the scene after he struck the rail and was thrown from his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, the WSP said.