UPDATE: Only personal belongings were found in the suitcase. The Spokane County Bomb Squad says there was never a threat to the public.
BREAKING: A suspicious suitcase has been found on the Kardong bridge near the Gonzaga campus. The Spokane Police say the suitcase is strapped to
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The airport's police Sgt. Belinda Nettles said in a statement that the aircraft was taken to a remote area on the airfield after the