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Update: Sheriff's Deputy Shooting in Leavenworth   

March 03, 2016
Chelan County Sheriff's Deputy Rich Magnussen and Chief of Special Operations Dave Helvey join Dan in the KOHO studio to provide the latest details on the officer-involved shooting early Tuesday and perspective on how investigations like these are conducted.


Zika Virus Confirmed in Wash., Not Serious Threat Health Officials Say    

March 03, 2016
With two cases of Zika infection now confirmed in the state, the local health district of Chelan and Douglas Counties wants residents to know they’re only at risk if they travel to those affected countries. Dan Langager sat down with local health officials to learn more.


Pet of the Week   

March 03, 2016
Abby is the Pet of the Week at the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society and Operations Manager Mike Robertson brings her by the KOHO studio.


March 3 What Happened Today   

March 03, 2016
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Update: Sheriff's Deputy Shooting in Leavenworth   

March 02, 2016
The Chelan County Sheriff’s Office released the name of the man involved in a shooting with a deputy early Tuesday in Leavenworth.


Red Cross Month Celebrates, Recruits Volunteers   

March 02, 2016
March is America Red Cross Month – a time to both celebrate volunteers locally and nationwide, and remind the community about emergency response and resources.


Chelan County Commissioner Update   

March 02, 2016
Chelan County Commissioner Keith Goehner joins Clint to talk about the National Association of County Officials, the Our Valley, What's Next initiative, an update on marijuana discussions and more.


Outdoor Report   

March 02, 2016
In this week's KOHO Outdoor Report, Dan chats with Sarah Shaffer about moving into mountain biking and spring skiing seasons, enjoying the Loop Trail, weather for the weekend and upcoming events.


March 2 What Happened Today   

March 02, 2016
Relive history in today's edition of What Happened Today.


Remembering Washington's Deadliest Avalanche   

March 01, 2016
Shortly after midnight on March 1, 1910, millions of tons of snow and ice swept locomotives, carriages, and 96 lives down Windy Mountain up Stevens Pass. KOHO’s Dan Langager takes a look back at the largest avalanche disaster in Washington history.


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