NBC's Dateline program on Friday night will look into the 2013 murder of Doug Carlile in his Spokane home. Here's a look back at our coverage, with some primary documents, on-the-ground reporting and courtroom recaps to read as you watch.
U.S. District Court Judge Salvador Mendoza ruled Tuesday that prosecutors should have turned over a series of texts between Spokane Police Detective Mark Burbridge and defense witness Robert Delao to James Henrikson's defense team. But Mendoza wants involved parties to testify before ruling on whether a mistrial or continuance is necessary.
Timothy Suckow, 52, said he did not want to kill Douglas Carlile when he lie in wait in the South Hill man's home Dec. 15, 2013. He said he'd been ordered there by James Henrikson, and instead meant only to rob Carlile, who was shot and killed.
Eleven men and seven women were picked Thursday from a pool of about 80 Central Washington residents to determine the innocence or guilt of James Henrikson, who is facing life in prison after being charged with 11 criminal counts, including murder-for-hire.
Admir Rasic, a Bosnian national who immigrated to the Spokane area, said it was "a feeling unlike any other" finding the words "Death to Islam" spray painted on the outside of the Bosnia Herzegovina Heritage Association of Spokane on Saturday.
The policy for Spokane Transit Authority drivers at intersections contains no written instructions for turns on yellow lights. The agency released its policies as part of a records request following Friday's fatal crash between an STA bus and a motorcycle.
This morning's story detailing Spokane County's receipt of a $150,000 grant to combat overcrowding at the jail was written before the MacArthur Foundation released all of the finalists. Go inside the blog to see them.
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.
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.
Imprisoned fraudster Doris Nelson was ordered by a federal judge to pay $44.8 million to investors in her payday loan scam that brought more than 100 criminal charges. An appeal of her nine-year prison sentence has been filed.
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.
Kip Hill joined The Spokesman-Review in 2013. He currently is a reporter for the City Desk covering City Hall, Congressional politics and the marijuana industry. He previously hosted the newspaper's podcast.