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Out & About

OUTSTANDING – Spokane sportsmen lost one of their most enduring worker bees with the recent death of Mike Coyle. For decades he led efforts to put a smiling face and a handshake on the good things sportsmen do with their money and volunteer energy.

UI student found dead under bridge

A University of Idaho student froze to death under a bridge after leaving a fraternity party this weekend. Moscow police found the body of Joseph Wiederrick, 18, of Hailey, Idaho, under the Paradise Creek Bridge about 4 p.m. Monday, according to Moscow police Chief David Duke. Investigators believe alcohol use was a factor in the student’s death.

Frigid waters pose springtime risk

Water in area rivers and lakes may look tempting during warmer weather forecast for the weekend, but experts say rivers and lakes remain deadly cold. Air temperatures will soar into the 70s in much of the region, the highest of the year, but water temperatures will remain in the 30s and 40s, said Katherine Rowden, National Weather Service hydrologist.

Authorities rescue 4 near U.S.-Canada border

Four Mexican nationals, including one child, were rescued from a mountain near the Pasayten Wilderness in north-central Washington and hospitalized Monday after a search by local, state, U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials. An investigation is trying to determine whether they are illegal immigrants.

Woman rescued from murky swamp

A woman who wandered into a tangled swamp on the West Plains was rescued early today by firefighters and rushed to the hospital for treatment of hypothermia.

Child Survives 15 Minutes In Lake

A 13-month toddler was revived after spending about 15 minutes in the chilly waters of Sunset Lake near here, but nurses said it was too soon to tell how the girl will fare. She was in critical condition Friday morning at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma.