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Morning Sprint for June 17

It is 6:52... Time to get you ready to take on your monday in the morning sprint.

Caroline flynn is live at comstock aquatic center where today is the first day you can go for a swim.and mark peterson is trackingwarming weather this week.

But first, new developments in a story we've been following for weeks.

We're told we should learn today who was arrested at the drag queen story hour... And why.

A man was arrested saturday during a protest against the south hill library's drag queen story hour.

Spokane police say he was arrested for obstruction... And was the only person arrested during the event.

New surveillance video shows moments before police say they shot and killed a man who stabbed someone at a bar.

Renton p-d, says they found someone waving a knife and threatening to hurt people.

Then that man ran into the restaurant and an officer follows him inside.

In the video, the man with the knife runs off camera as he lunges at a bar patron... Who witnesses say was stabbed in the arm.

An officer shot and killed the man with the knife.

Mark 3 caroline live 3 finding rocks finding rocks in your breakfast wrap would ruin your morning.

So if you have these in your freezer--throw them out.

'el monterey' frozen wraps may have small rocks in them.

This recall affects the 8- pack family size of the egg, potato, bacon, and cheese wrap.

The u-s-d-a says it has received three complaints so far.

Making spaghetti for dinner this week?

Check the sauce first.

The owner of ragu is recalling some of its jars of pasta sauce... Over the possibility they may contain pieces of plastic.

To check if your sauce is safe to eat... Find this article on kxly dot-com.

Appellate judges in washington state are upholding a 7.5-million dollar jury award for a woman paralyzed in a spokane county motorcycle crash.

A jury awarded $12.5- million to madelynn tapken for the 2011 crash, but found the county was only 60% at fault for the condition of the road.

The county appealed her $7.5-million award.

Three appeals judges affirmed the jury's verdict.

The search is on for the shooter... Or shooters... Who opened fire at a graduation party in philadelphia.

Authorities say around 60 people were at the gathering when shots rang out sunday night.

One person was killed... And seven others were injured.

Officials aren't sure if more than one person was involved in the incident.no word yet about a possible motive.

Coming up next on good morning america.

Rising tension between the u-s and iran... Pompeo promises "unmistakable" Evidence of iran's guilt in tanker attacks - as saudi arabia ratchets up the pressure too - so what's next?

Martha raddatz is live from the dc bureau and world cup fever!

Team u.s.a.

Takes on chile in high-stakes match - just days after backlash over 13-0 blow- out against over 13-0 blow-out against thailand... How they played their way to another shutout.

And tension in the trump campaign... Which fired several pollsters after internal numbers showing trump lagging behind democratic candidates in key states were made public.

The president reportedly became angry about the coverage of the numbers... Which showed him trailing joe biden in states like michigan and wisconsin.

And we're just more than a month away from big decisions in local politics.

Kxly4 news is your home for election coverage... There's a lot at stake... With candidates vying to be our next mayor - and, making up the city council.

We're tracking these races like no one else... You can read candidate profiles and other updates anytime - just visit the local politics section of kxly.com scraps needs your help to take care of kittens.it receives up to 30 every day because so many feral cats are giving birth this time of the year.

These kittens will be up for adoption eventually--but for now-- it needs people to foster them--until they're ready for their permanent families.

You can watch these cats for a few days-- up to several weeks.

Scraps will give you the food they need and will cover medical care.

Learn more at kxly dot com.

A shopping nightmare for target customers should be over.

The company says problems with credit card payments over the weekend have been fixed.

Target says the problem was traced back to a payments vendor -- n-c-r.

But the retailer says none of problems were security related and no customer information was ever at risk.

Walmart is quietly rolling out a subscription service for grocery deliveries.

The service -- called delivery unlimited -- costs 98 dollars a year.

A normal walmart grocery delivery usually costs about ten bucks each time.

Here's another option for summer fun at spokane parks.

Starting today--you'll find free kids activities at local parks.that's part of the city's mobile recreation program.

There's no check-in or check out-- you can drop in any time with your kids.

The program runs through august..this could be happening in a park just down the street from your home.

Check it out at grant park today -- in the perry district.




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