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  • Agents arrest suspected stalker, find journal claiming ‘I am God’s wrath’

    Federal agents said they discovered a cache of modified weapons inside the barricaded home of a Spokane man believed to have authored a frightening manifesto declaring himself the embodiment of …


  • Clarkston man convicted of trying to aid terrorists

    A Clarkston resident who almost killed himself in an explosion three years ago was sentenced Tuesday to 12.5 years in federal prison for making a bomb and attempting to supply …


  • Misconduct investigation of Colville officer ends

    The Stevens County Sheriff’s Office has completed its sexual misconduct investigation of Colville police Officer Rex Newport and has turned the case over to prosecutors. Stevens County Prosecutor Tim Rasmussen …


  • Child sex author skips out on court

    The author of books describing children in sexual situations is on the run from authorities after skipping a sentencing hearing in Spokane federal court Tuesday. Daniel L. Camp, 33, was …


  • FBI joins investigation of sex allegations against Colville officer

    Federal agents have joined the investigation into a Colville police officer who has been placed on administrative leave after women came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct. The investigation of …


  • FBI joins investigation into Colville police officer

    Federal agents have joined the investigation into a Colville police officer who has been placed on administrative leave after women came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct.


  • Unity March planners urge vigilance, pushback after bomb attempt

    Sue Kellogg got an uneasy chuckle when she learned that domestic terrorist Kevin W. Harpham claimed in court Tuesday that he wasn’t intending to hurt anyone with his homemade bomb, …


  • Harpham tries to take back plea deal

    Leaving a bomb laced with rat poison along the planned route of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity March was merely a “creative idea” to protest multiculturalism, domestic terrorist …


  • Suspect in 3 Montana deaths found in Valley

    A 22-year-old man accused of killing three people in Montana was arrested Wednesday near the Spokane Valley Mall. Sheldon Bernard Chase was taken into custody without incident during a traffic …


  • ‘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 …


  • 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 …


  • 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.


  • U.S. attorney wants Harpham records sealed

    Federal authorities want to block the unsealing of court records related to the arrest of domestic terrorism suspect Kevin W. Harpham. In a 13-page response Wednesday to a request by …


  • 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 – …


  • King Day bomb had chemical component

    A bomb maker mixed chemicals with shrapnel in what law enforcement officials say was a weapon designed to inflict maximum injuries during last week’s Martin Luther King Jr. march in …


  • MLK bomb laced with chemical, sources say

    A bomb maker mixed chemicals with shrapnel in what law enforcement officials say was a weapon designed to inflict maximum injuries during last week’s Martin Luther King Jr. march in …


  • Agents gaining ‘clarity’ on Spokane bomb

    Federal investigators indicated Friday that they have made progress in their efforts to identify the person or persons who left a bomb Monday along the route of the planned Martin …


  • Town hall meeting will address concerns

    Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich and state Rep. Kevin Parker will hold a town hall meeting Saturday to discuss public concerns over the bomb found along the planned route for the Martin …


  • Downtown bomb linked to hate crimes

    The hunt for the person who left the bomb targeting marchers in Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. parade will focus on two aspects: forensics and the region’s violent history with …


  • Bomb capable of lethal impact

    Lindsey Reiswig and her co-workers got the first indication something wasn’t right Monday morning when a Spokane police officer came by Auntie’s Bookstore and said they needed to clear the …


  • FBI: Bomb could have caused ‘multiple casualties’

    The abandoned backpack found Monday along the route of Spokane’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. march contained a bomb capable of inflicting “multiple casualties,” the FBI has confirmed.


  • Bank robbery suspect named

    A 33-year-old man with no substantial criminal record appeared before a federal magistrate on Monday, accused of robbing a north Spokane bank at gunpoint last week. Lucas G. Woodard also …


  • Surveillance cameras help deter crime, manage traffic

    Maybe Rockwell’s 1984 song “Somebody’s Watching Me,” about the fear of being watched, foretold the future of surveillance. The chorus, “I always feel like somebody’s watching me. I have no …


  • Robbery blamed on cycling perpetrator

    A masked gunman believed to have robbed five banks since December may have struck again Wednesday.


  • Spokane company helps uncover cyberspace bandits

    Three Spokane businesses that saw tens of thousands of dollars stolen from their online bank accounts have taken the lesson to heart. All three say they no longer bank online …

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