Antonio Zambrano-Montes, who in another case had pleaded with police to kill him, was sitting on the ground in January in a meth-induced trance near the fire when Officer Adam Wright found him, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press under public records requests.
Weeks later, Wright and two other officers shot Zambrano-Montes after he had been throwing rocks in a busy intersection. Video footage that showed the man running away, then turning around with arms outstretched just as police unloaded, prompted months of protests. He was the third person killed by Pasco officers within six months.
Orville Clouse walks through Riverside Memorial Park almost every day. He worked there for almost 50 years.
Since 2014, he has devoted his time to the spot where his grandson, Justin Clouse, is buried. Justin served in Afghanistan and was killed by friendly fire.
His family still struggles to cope with his loss and Monday they suffered another setback. They saw the memorial they have built around his tombstone had been disturbed by thieves.
"It's just devastating that people would come and rob his grave after he gave his life for them," said Orville. Read more. KREM
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The Idaho Department of Fish and Game required the city to wrap up the work at the end of March.
The city captured eight does and two bucks in its pilot program, said City Council President Steve Roberge.
"I wish we would have gotten more," he said Tuesday.
Still, it was a good first season, he said. With eight does gone - all capable of producing two to three fawns - that removes a lot of deer from the city, he said.
"It'll make a difference this year," Roberge said. "I'm very happy with the result. David Cole, CdA Press
Hadian, a Christian pastor from Chattaroy, Wash. and former Muslim, downplayed his role in helping kill child support enforcement legislation in Idaho and instead focused on his criticisms of Islam, which he claimed is a “a culture of death” that, among other things, he said requires submission and teaches its followers that martyrdom is the only way to salvation. He also had plenty of scorn to heap on the news media.
Outside, a group of protesters held signs with slogans including “Stand up for Tolerance and Child Welfare,” “I choose children over fear” and “Idaho’s kids need food, not ideology.” You can read Davlin’s full post here.
Meanwhile, more than 400 miles to the south, I attended a much different event this evening: A “peace feast” at a Boise restaurant at which an equal number of Idaho Muslims and non-Muslims shared dinner and a low-key presentation about Islam. Betsy Russell, EOB
Spokane Regional Health District officials say they don’t believe the person has traveled outside Spokane County.
The adult wasn’t vaccinated, according to the health district.
The district is urging people to review their immunization status.
The Spokane case is not related to a large national outbreak linked to Disneyland, which was declared over last week.
The person who was diagnosed with measles visited the following locations; people who were at those locations could possibly be exposed to measles:
April 12, 3-11 p.m., Qdoba – 901 S. Grand, Spokane, WA 99202
April 13, 1-6 p.m., North Park Racquet and Athletic Club – 8121 N. Division, Spokane, WA 99208
April 15, 3:45-7:30 p.m., Franklin Park Urgent Care – 5904 N. Division, Spokane 99208
April 16 and 17, 9:45 p.m. - 5 a.m., Providence Holy Family Hospital - Emergency Department – 5633 N Lidgerwood, Spokane, WA 99208
April 19, 11:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m., Providence Holy Family Hospital - Emergency Department -5633 N Lidgerwood, Spokane, WA 99208
502 W. Appleway & 95.