Top Five: Fire rescues, kaput playgrounds and bashing crime | News
Here's last week's top five stories that we posted on our community websites. The stats are based on your interest so our number one story describes a man's journey to share his distaste with local crime. Some people agreed - some people didn't. What did you think?
Also on our top five list, a young Missoula boy has been rediagnosed with cancer. Cash Hyde had media attention last year when he became the youngest cancer patient whose treatment was supplemented by cannabis oil.
Thanks to viewer photos, we got photos of a minivan crashed into a Spokane Valley playground.
Speaking of photos - for those on the South Hill, maybe you woke up to sirens early Sunday morning. We got a photo of fire crews carrying a hiker up the High Drive Bluff. The hiker fell and injured her leg and even though the injuries were minor, it was enough to make it so she couldn't make it back up the bluff, thus the tech rescue.