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  • Wigged heists described

    A suspect in a series of bank robberies pulled off by someone wearing a variety of wigs confessed to the crimes after her arrest, according to court documents. Cynthia Lynn …


  • Newseum exhibits FBI’s “War on Terror” evidence

    Many clues that were later uncovered about the 9/11 mastermind’s activities, which have been stored in the FBI’s evidence lockers, are now going on public view for the first time …


  • FBI to build more bombs in MLK Day trial

    A federal judge has ordered FBI experts to construct three bombs similar to the one allegedly planted at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity March on Jan. 17, as …


  • ‘Bad Hair Bandit’ suspect also worked as school nurse during spree

    A former Kootenai County Jail nurse suspected of robbing at least 20 banks in four states also worked as a school nurse in Western Washington during the crime spree. Alleged …


  • FBI believes suspect is ‘Bad Hair Bandit’

    A series of bank robberies involving a woman wearing a variety of wigs may be the work of a nurse employed at the Kootenai County Jail until last week. The …


  • Harpham trial rescheduled over MLK Jr. memorial dedication

    A dedication ceremony for a Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Washington, D.C., prompted a federal judge on Friday to delay the trial of a man accused of planting a …


  • Judge delays Harpham trial

    A dedication ceremony for a Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Washington, D.C., prompted a federal judge on Friday to delay the trial of a man accused of planting a …


  • Pliers may be allowed as evidence in Harpham trial

    A federal judge said Thursday that he is leaning toward allowing prosecutors to show that marks made on the wires of the bomb planted on Martin Luther King Jr. Day …


  • FBI: Arrested soldier had bomb-making materials

    The FBI says bomb-making materials were found in the motel room of an AWOL Fort Campbell, Ky., soldier arrested near Fort Hood, Texas.


  • Judge questions FBI procedures

    An FBI plan to not tell domestic terrorism suspect Kevin W. Harpham why he was arrested has raised the ire of the federal judge presiding over the case of the …


  • FBI probing News Corp. 9/11 phone link

    The FBI has opened an investigation into allegations that media mogul Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. sought to hack into the phones of Sept. 11 victims, a law enforcement official said …


  • FBI joins investigation at Arlington cemetery

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI has joined Army agents investigating possible criminal practices at Arlington National Cemetery that may have led to the burial of eight sets of cremated human …


  • CdA agents help search for ex-militia leader in Montana

    FBI agents from Coeur d’Alene are in Montana to help search for a former militia leader who officials say fired on deputies and previously told police “he wasn’t going to …


  • ‘Sovereigns’ gaining attention in Spokane area

    Deputies were prepared for the worst as they stood by in a Spokane County courtroom earlier this month during routine hearings for mostly low-level felonies. Their focus was on one …


  • Former deputy accused of raping inmate at Spokane Indian Reservation jail

    A former jail deputy on the Spokane Indian Reservation is accused of raping an inmate. Clifford Arlen Matherly, 35, was arrested at a gas station in Chewelah, Wash., on Monday, …


  • Spokane man indicted on wire fraud charges

    A Spokane man who claimed to have invented a computer chip that could capture energy from lightning pleaded not guilty this week to federal charges that he defrauded investors of …


  • Tribe’s ex-ambulance director faces theft charges

    The former longtime director of the Spokane Tribe’s ambulance service faces federal charges of embezzling funds from the organization. Jack L. LeBret, 60, who was director of the Spokane Tribal …


  • Man says brother victim of setup

    The man who boasted online about taking part in racist protests of taco trucks in Coeur d’Alene and now faces an illegal weapons charge was the victim of government entrapment, …


  • Taco truck protester was set up, brother says

    The man who boasted online about taking part in racist protests of taco-trucks in Coeur d’Alene and now faces an illegal weapons charge was the victim of government entrapment, his …


  • MLK bomb suspect indicted on new charges

    A grand jury indicted Martin Luther King, Jr. march bomb suspect Kevin William Harpham on a federal hate crime charge today.


  • Arrested felon posted to racist website

    A Whitman County man who bragged online about being involved with racist taco-truck protests in Kootenai County was arrested on a federal gun charge Wednesday. Jeremiah Daniel “J.D.” Hop, who …


  • Felon arrested on gun charge linked to taco stand protests

    The FBI has arrested a Whitman County man on a federal gun charge. Jeremiah Daniel “J.D.” Hop, who describes himself as an anti-race mixing activist on the racist website Vanguard …


  • MLK bomb records remain sealed

    Court records related to the federal case against domestic terrorism suspect Kevin W. Harpham will remain sealed, a judge ruled today.


  • Valley man sentenced for scrap metal scheme

    A Spokane Valley businessman, who converted scrap metal stolen by drug addicts into a cash fortune and a stable of exotic sports cars before being raided by the FBI, was …


  • FBI report details bomb’s makeup

    A “joint intelligence bulletin” issued the day federal agents raided the Colville home of Kevin W. Harpham confirms that the bomb planted along the planned route of Spokane’s annual Martin …


  • Postings reveal bomb suspect’s views

    He grew up in rural Eastern Washington, played football in high school and worked at a fast-food restaurant as a teen. Childhood friends remember him as quiet and normal – …


  • White supremacist arrested in MLK bomb plot

    Kevin William Harpham bought 10 acres of land on a Stevens County hillside south of Colville and built a home a neighbor said he’d long planned. On Wednesday, dozens of …


  • Suspect in MLK bomb tied to racist movement

    Federal agents today arrested an ex-soldier with ties to the white supremacist movement and charged him with planting the backpack bomb along the planned route of the Martin Luther King …


  • Feds raid Hells Angels clubhouse in Spokane

    A leader of the Washington state chapter of the Hells Angels was arrested Thursday during a raid at the outlaw motorcycle gang’s Spokane headquarters. Ricky Warren Jenks, who was among …


  • Spokane headquarters of Hells Angels raided by police

    A leader of the Washington state chapter of the Hells Angels was arrested today during a raid at the Spokane clubhouse.

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