iFIBER ONE News Broadcast from Wednesday, Dec 5th, 2012: in tonight's broadcast we report on a new program in Quincy to help students avoid gangs and how the Grant County PUD is seeking donations for the Share the Warmth program.

We also look at the upcoming fun run this weekend as part of tha Miracle on Main Street in Ephrata, and how one group celebrates Christmas while harvesting mistletoe.

In sports we have the second part of our interviews with the head basketball coaches at Moses Lake HS and we have an update on two Seahawk players facing suspension.

Also in our broadcast, you will hear how hundreds of people attended a Tuesday evening hearing at the Spokane County Fairgrounds to comment on a proposed coal export terminal near Ferndale and the Forest Service says a mining company can prospect for gold, copper and other minerals near Mount St. Helens.

We also have news on the new Democratic leader in the Washington state Senate and how he intends to run for position of mayor in Seattle.

Our SPOTLIGHT story tonight is about a gift your kids might want, but will have to wait -- a giant robot.

We also have the latest weather forecast for the Columbia Basin from the iFIBER One Weather Center.



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