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  • Hot Clicks: 46 bedroom Texas mansion for sale

    Hot Clicks: 46 bedroom Texas mansion for sale

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 1:18 PM EDT2015-05-20 17:18:35 GMT
    MANVEL, Texas - A mansion in Manvel, Texas has just gone on the market. The home has over 60,000 square feet, 46 bedrooms and 26 full bathrooms. There is also a 9-car attached garage, an indoor swimming pool, a spa and an elevator. The home is listed at $3.5 million which may seem inexpensive when you consider the size o the home but once you see the inside, you might think the home is overpriced.>>
    MANVEL, Texas - A mansion in Manvel, Texas has just gone on the market. The home has over 60,000 square feet, 46 bedrooms and 26 full bathrooms. There is also a 9-car attached garage, an indoor swimming pool, a spa and an elevator. The home is listed at $3.5 million which may seem inexpensive when you consider the size o the home but once you see the inside, you might think the home is overpriced.
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  • Memorial Day forecast

    Memorial Day forecast

    Sunday, May 24 2015 6:16 PM EDT2015-05-24 22:16:35 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Memorial Day could be a stormy one this year. KHQ's Ryan Overton gives us a look at what you can expect in the next 24 hours in the Inland Northwest.>>
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Memorial Day could be a stormy one this year. KHQ's Ryan Overton gives us a look at what you can expect in the next 24 hours in the Inland Northwest.>>
  • Update: One person dead in Elk house fire

    Update: One person dead in Elk house fire

    Sunday, May 24 2015 4:37 PM EDT2015-05-24 20:37:52 GMT
    Elk, Wash. - Fire officials confirmed Sunday that one person has died in a house fire that burned in Elk, Wash. late Saturday night. Megan Hill with Spokane County Fire District 4 tells KHQ a man died in the fire in the 42000 block of North Sundance Road. His identity has not been released.>>
    Elk, Wash. - Fire officials confirmed Sunday that one person has died in a house fire that burned in Elk, Wash. late Saturday night. Megan Hill with Spokane County Fire District 4 tells KHQ a man died in the fire in the 42000 block of North Sundance Road. His identity has not been released.
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  • SALUTING THE BRAVE: Marine killed in helicopter crash in Hawaii from Spokane

    SALUTING THE BRAVE: Marine killed in helicopter crash in Hawaii from Spokane

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 2:39 AM EDT2015-05-20 06:39:42 GMT
    KHQ.COM - Military sources have confirmed that the marine killed in the osprey crash in Hawaii is Lance Cpl. Joshua Barron, 24, of Spokane. He died Sunday of injuries sustained when the MV-22B Osprey he was aboard crashed while conducting training at Marine Corps Training Area - Bellows. Barron was a tiltrotor crew chief assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 161 (Rein.), 15th MEU.>>
    KHQ.COM - Military sources have confirmed that the marine killed in the osprey crash in Hawaii is Lance Cpl. Joshua Barron, 24, of Spokane. He died Sunday of injuries sustained when the MV-22B Osprey he was aboard crashed while conducting training at Marine Corps Training Area - Bellows. Barron was a tiltrotor crew chief assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 161 (Rein.), 15th MEU.>>
  • Friends remember Lance Cpl. Barron

    Friends remember Lance Cpl. Barron

    Tuesday, May 19 2015 7:53 PM EDT2015-05-19 23:53:47 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Aubreyana Anderson woke up to one of the worst texts imaginable this morning. It said her friend Josh Barron had died. "It just hit home," she said. Anderson met up with Adam Smith, another good friend of Barron's, Tuesday to reminisce and remember a great man.>>
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Aubreyana Anderson woke up to one of the worst texts imaginable this morning. It said her friend Josh Barron had died. "It just hit home," she said. Anderson met up with Adam Smith, another good friend of Barron's, Tuesday to reminisce and remember a great man.>>
  • Saluting the Brave: Country's oldest veteran turns 109

    Saluting the Brave: Country's oldest veteran turns 109

    Monday, May 4 2015 3:07 PM EDT2015-05-04 19:07:47 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Our country's oldest living veteran celebrated his 109th birthday on Sunday. Richard Overton has seen two World Wars and 11 presidents. >>
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Our country's oldest living veteran celebrated his 109th birthday on Sunday. Richard Overton has seen two World Wars and 11 presidents. A neighbor hosted the event, at what she says was Overton's subtle hinting. Overton spent his party shaking hands and smoking a cigar, and at his age, he can pretty much do celebrate however he wants, right?>>
  • World War I veteran's gravestone returned

    World War I veteran's gravestone returned

    Tuesday, April 28 2015 3:34 AM EDT2015-04-28 07:34:57 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. - James Carney was doing yard work Thursday when he came across something unexpected. Underneath a chunk of cement in Carney's back yard was a gravestone belonging to a World War I veteran named William Myers. "I thought this is just incredible that I found something like this," Carney said.>>
    SPOKANE, Wash. - James Carney was doing yard work Thursday when he came across something unexpected. Underneath a chunk of cement in Carney's back yard was a gravestone belonging to a World War I veteran named William Myers. "I thought this is just incredible that I found something like this," Carney said.>>
  • Local fallen soldier's gravesite burglarized

    Local fallen soldier's gravesite burglarized

    Tuesday, April 21 2015 7:29 PM EDT2015-04-21 23:29:14 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Tina Clouse feels closest to her son Justin when she visits his gravesite at Riverside Memorial Park.“As close as I can be,” Clouse said.Corporal Justin Clouse was killed by friendly fire in Afghanistan last summer. >>
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Tina Clouse feels closest to her son Justin when she visits his gravesite at Riverside Memorial Park.“As close as I can be,” Clouse said.Corporal Justin Clouse was killed by friendly fire in Afghanistan last summer. He was 22.“He was just an awesome person,” Clouse said. “And everyone loved him.” >>
  • Soldier's son presented 70-year-old dog tags found on beach

    Soldier's son presented 70-year-old dog tags found on beach

    Sunday, April 19 2015 8:32 PM EDT2015-04-20 00:32:19 GMT
    SALISBURY, Mass. (AP) - Dog tags a U.S. soldier lost on a Massachusetts beach 70 years ago have been returned to his son at the same place. Zachariah Fike, head of Vermont-based Purple Hearts Reunited, says the military ID belonged to World War II veteran Cpl. William Benn, who lost them in 1939 at a coastal artillery placement on Salisbury Beach.>>
    SALISBURY, Mass. (AP) - Dog tags a U.S. soldier lost on a Massachusetts beach 70 years ago have been returned to his son at the same place. Zachariah Fike, head of Vermont-based Purple Hearts Reunited, says the military ID belonged to World War II veteran Cpl. William Benn, who lost them in 1939 at a coastal artillery placement on Salisbury Beach.>>
  • Military releases names of 7 special forces Marines killed in Florida helicopter crash

    Military releases names of 7 special forces Marines killed in Florida helicopter crash

    Friday, March 13 2015 5:22 PM EDT2015-03-13 21:22:27 GMT
    CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - Military officials have released the names of seven special forces Marines who were killed when a Black Hawk helicopter crashed into the waters off Florida during a routine training mission in dense fog. >>
    CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - Military officials have released the names of seven special forces Marines who were killed when a Black Hawk helicopter crashed into the waters off Florida during a routine training mission in dense fog. Those killed were all stationed at from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.>>
  • SALUTING THE BRAVE: Mystery benefactors make huge donation to INW Honor Flight

    SALUTING THE BRAVE: Mystery benefactors make huge donation to INW Honor Flight

    Tuesday, December 16 2014 2:20 AM EST2014-12-16 07:20:28 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash.- With 25 flights and nearly a thousand local veterans, the Inland Northwest Honor Flight has been going strong for five years now. Thanks to the hard work of volunteers and donations, these trips are made into a reality. The Inland Northwest Honor Flight's mission is to transport veterans to Washington D.C.>>
    SPOKANE, Wash.- With 25 flights and nearly a thousand local veterans, the Inland Northwest Honor Flight has been going strong for five years now. Thanks to the hard work of volunteers and donations, these trips are made into a reality. The Inland Northwest Honor Flight's mission is to transport veterans to Washington D.C.>>