An Atlanta bar has dropped its copyright lawsuit against the now-closed Spokane Downtown Daiquiri Factory in federal court. The Spokane bar's owner is also fighting his eviction in the Washington Courts of Appeal.
U.S. District Court Judge Thomas O. Rice rules Tuesday Rhonda Firestack-Harvey, Rolland Gregg and Michelle Gregg may remain out of jail ahead of a sentencing hearing scheduled for June 10.
Making good on a promise delivered yesterday in U.S. District Court, Assistant U.S. Attorney Caitlin Baunsgard filed a motion today requesting Rhonda Lee Firestack-Harvey, Rolland Gregg and Michelle Gregg be jailed pending their sentencing on drug charges.
An Ephrata man successfully appealed conviction on child pornography charges by telling Washington appellate court judges the search of his computer did not follow the law.
An attorney for the family of Antonio Zambrano-Montes, the man shot dead by Pasco police Feb. 10, says an independent autopsy rebuts claims by investigators that Zambrano-Montes was not shot in the back.
A federal judge accepted a deal between prosecutors and Larry Harvey to drop charges against the 71-year-old lead defendant in a controversial medical marijuana case out of Stevens County.
Two separate Spokane residents earned a trip to jail Sunday after allegedly using unconventional weapons against Spokane police officers.
The Liberty Lake Officer that was present when a Spokane County Sheriff's Deputy exchanged gunfire with a suspect Friday has been identified as Officer Jeff Jones.
Seattle gay activist Dan Savage has joined the group of people calling for justice after two men beat a transgender woman at Boots Bakery last week.
Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell says he weighed "all factors" in determining not to file criminal charges against Spokane County Sheriff's Deputy Joe Bodman in the death of 15-year-old Ryan Holyk.
Spokane's most heavy-duty dry cleaning rack shattered over the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday. Staff say a full replacement would cost $250,000.
Spokane County Superior Court Judge Sam Cozza apparently has a dim view of people swearing in his courtroom. He halted proceedings midway through Friday's first appearance docket after a teenager got up and stormed out of the courtroom, leaving a string of expletives in his wake.
The end of a federal money-sharing program could spell trouble for the Spokane Regional Drug Task Force.
A Spokane man will serve no time in jail after pleading guilty to manufacturing marijuana extract in his car, causing an explosion that injured his three-year-old daughter.
A Spokane Valley man won a $101,187 judgment against the producer of an alleged pirated film earlier this week after successfully fighting copyright infringement claims.
The appointment of the final member of the committee that will help select the next Spokane police ombudsman was delayed after questions arose about the NAACP's lack of support for finalists.
Mayor David Condon has selected City Attorney Nancy Isserlis to serve on the search committee for a new police ombudsman.
Hate crimes in the U.S. fell in 2013, according to FBI data released Monday, even as the agency included several new bias categories. Spokane and Spokane Valley also saw a drop in reported incidents from 2012 to 2013. For the first time, this year's data...
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