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UPDATED: Mon., Nov. 14, 2011, 2:03 p.m.

Gunman robs bank in west Spokane

A masked gunman robbed a bank in west Spokane today.

Hells Angels member Jenks sentenced

The Hells Angels’ sergeant-at-arms for Washington was sentenced to two years in prison Friday for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Ricky Warren Jenks, who had completed five …

Family grapples with shooting death

James Edward Rogers spent Monday driving around the Spokane area, calling his family. Depressed and distraught, the 45-year-old father of seven said it was over – that he had his …

UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 27, 2011, 8 p.m.

Man shot to death by Spokane police identified

A reportedly armed and suicidal man shot to death by Spokane police Monday night has been identified by family members as James Edward Rogers, 45.

Man accused of stealing firearm used in slaying of Stevens County resident

A 26-year-old man has been charged with stealing the firearm that was later used to kill a Stevens County man in what investigators believe was a botched burglary. Christopher George …

Gun leads to suspect in Stevens County fatal shooting

When a gunman shot and killed a 63-year-old retiree in a quiet Colville-area neighborhood, detectives say he left behind a crucial piece of evidence: The suspected murder weapon. A handgun …

UPDATED: Thu., July 21, 2011, 8:30 p.m.

Arrest made in Colville homicide; botched burglary suspected

A 26-year-old man who police believe killed a Colville-area homeowner during a botched burglary attempt is in custody.

UPDATED: Sun., July 10, 2011, 6:14 a.m.

Ted Nugent whacks and stacks concerts, critters and critics

Ted Nugent is heard loud and clear by millions of people each year, and we’re not even talking about the rock ’n’ roll music assault he’s been making on the …

Short answers with Nugent

Ted Nugent has a knack for shooting first when answering a question, then tending to casualties in the following explanation. Q. Why do you scoff at compromise?

Deputy won’t be charged in shooting

No charges will be filed against a Stevens County sheriff’s deputy who shot a burglary suspect as he was in bed reaching for a gun. Deputy Travis Frizzell was justified …

Hells Angels member indicted

A grand jury has indicted a member of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang on federal drug and gun charges. Michael Ryan Fitzpatrick, 33, is accused of conspiring with two unidentified …

Affidavits show suspects admitted role in killing of Cheney man

A 19-year-old woman accused of helping kill a Cheney man told a friend she was with the victim the day of the murder and watched as her brother and another …

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 …

Coroner: Motorcyclist shot in head committed suicide

A motorcyclist who died of a gunshot wound to the head following a crash on Highway 23 committed suicide, authorities said today.

Police link burglary suspect to gun used in slaying

A suspected serial burglar tracked by police using a GPS device is believed to have stolen the gun that was later used in a gang-related murder. Robert J. Frates’ arrest …

Idaho House passes campus gun bill

BOISE – The Idaho House voted 41-28 Wednesday to allow guns on the state’s college campuses, over the objections of the colleges, the state Board of Education and law enforcement. …

Valley man holds theft suspects at gunpoint

A Spokane Valley man held two suspected car thieves at gunpoint Tuesday night after catching them breaking into his pickup, police said today.

Clark: Idaho lawmakers envision higher caliber of education

It’s a Wild West sideshow at the Idaho Legislature these days, where some of the elected buckaroos are trying to rewrite the “Three R’s” of higher ed. If they get …

Gun permit bill advances to full Idaho House

BOISE – A bill to permit guns on Idaho’s college campuses was approved by a legislative committee Thursday and now moves to the full Idaho House, over the objections of …

Bill would end gun bans on Idaho campuses

BOISE – Idaho would forbid its colleges and universities from banning guns on campus – including at football games – under legislation pending in a House committee. “The right to …

Hells Angel ordered held in jail without bail

A ranking member of the Hells Angels will remain in jail without bail after his arrest last week on a federal gun charge. Ricky W. Jenks, 33, poses a threat …

Hells Angel to remain jailed without bond

A ranking member of the Hells Angels will remain in jail without bail after his arrest last week on a federal gun charge.

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 woman’s murder conviction thrown out

A state appeals court overturned the murder conviction of a Spokane woman who claimed she killed her husband in self defense after years of forced prostitution.

Shooting suspect a veteran

Friends say a man accused of shooting his girlfriend to death before attempting suicide on the Gonzaga University campus is a former U.S. Marine who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. …

Police: Murder suspect shot self on Gonzaga campus

The man suspected of fatally shooting his girlfriend Sunday was captured by police after he turned the gun on himself while on the Gonzaga University campus, authorities said today.

Man had gun aimed at friend when police arrived at bar

After Jeremy Groom pointed a gun at his own head and threatened suicide Saturday in Spokane, his friend of 20 years, Robert Thompson Jr., figured he needed to do something …

Federal convict charged in August jail flooding

An Ellensburg man in federal prison for a gun conviction has been charged with flooding the Spokane County Jail last summer.

Idaho man admits gun charges

A self-described militia leader pleaded guilty this week to federal gun charges connected to a grenade manufacturing operation at his trailer in Spirit Lake. Kenneth B. Kimbley Jr., 58, discussed …