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Trump says he’ll work with Congress to stop mass shootings

President Donald Trump says his administration is committed to working with Congress to “stop the menace of mass attacks” as he bemoans the “monstrous” and “wicked” rampage by a gunman …


Texas’s second mass shooting in August kills at least 7

ODESSA, Texas – The death toll in a mass shooting in West Texas continued to rise Sunday as officials struggled to understand why a man would open fire on strangers …


Police: 7 killed, 22 injured in West Texas shooting rampage

The death toll in a West Texas shooting rampage increased to seven Sunday as authorities investigated why a man stopped by state troopers for failing to signal a left turn …


UPDATED: Tue., July 16, 2019, 11:42 a.m.

Ukrainian hacker sought by US arrested

Ukraine has arrested an alleged major computer hacker who has been sought by the United States for years.


2017 Northest 1B South preview: Odessa hopes offensive shakeup will boost results

Odessa has piqued some interest in the Northeast 1B South league with a few position moves this year that will help fill some spots left vacant by eight starters who …


Saakashvili steps down as head of corruption-plagued Odessa

Mikhail Saakashvili, the former Georgian president who became governor of Ukraine’s Odessa region, announced Monday that he is resigning in frustration at what he characterized as obstruction in efforts to …


Driving death of beloved pastor shakes Odessa

A pastor died Monday afternoon in Odessa in a crash that authorities say was caused by brake failure.


Scabland trails: Smell of sage lures hikers, bikers in March

Great horned owlettes are hatching, coyotes are denning and rattlesnakes are still groggy – all signals that it’s prime time to hike, bike or ride a horse through the sagebrush …


Frustrated by regulations, ranchers build slaughterhouse co-op

Ed Gross thinks connoisseurs of the “Eat Local” movement would jump at the chance to buy his beef. He manages about 300 head of Black Angus cattle for Spokane Hutterian …


Blaze razes grain elevator in Odessa

Fire destroyed an Odessa, Wash., grain elevator Tuesday night, burning more than 20,000 bushels of wheat, barley and canola. The cause of the fire at the Odessa Union Warehouse Cooperative’s …


Blanchette: Common sense keeps golf champ on course

Like a lot of enterprising business travelers, Kira Powell managed to sneak in a round of golf while on the road this week. Unlike any of them, she had to …


Blanchette: Science of good sense keeps champ on course

Like a lot of enterprising business travelers, Kira Powell managed to sneak in a round of golf while on the road this week.


Accord reached in Odessa explosion

Avista Corp. filed a settlement agreement Friday with Washington state regulators that would, if approved, resolve all issues stemming from a December 2008 natural gas explosion and fire that injured …


Odessa science teacher named East Side’s best

Odessa’s Jeffery Wehr, who was featured in a 2008 Spokesman-Review story about the challenges of teaching math and science, has been named 2011 Teacher of the Year for Eastern Washington. …


Tekoa, Odessa named Blue Ribbon schools

When Ken Schutz entered fifth grade in Tekoa nearly 40 years ago, he was excited to have a male teacher. That teacher was Wayne Roellich, who never imagined that one …


State seeks fine in gas explosion

State regulators say Avista Corp. should be fined in excess of $1.1 million for a December 2008 natural gas explosion in Odessa that injured two people and destroyed property. Avista …


Regulators recommend Avista be fined over explosion

State regulators say Avista Corp. should be fined in excess of $1.1 million for a December 2008 natural gas explosion in Odessa that injured two people and destroyed property.