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  • Family stabber gets a decade in prison

    A Spokane man pleaded guilty today to stabbing his stepgrandfather and stepfather in two separate incidents in January and was sentenced to 10 years in prison.


  • Law student pleads guilty to hit and run that injured toddler

    Dressed in a blue shirt with a big, white kitty on the front, 3-year-old Danika Packard sat on the courtroom bench eating cereal from a plastic baggy and smiling at …


  • Law student pleads to crash that haunts family

    Dressed in a blue shirt with a big white kitty on the front, 3-year-old Danika Packard sat on the courtroom bench eating cereal from a plastic baggy and smiling at …


  • Starbuck guilty of ex-wife’s murder

    Each day during the two-week murder trial of her former son-in-law, Melanie Bourcier would position herself so that Clay Starbuck would see her scowl as corrections deputies led him past …


  • Starbuck denies killing ex-wife

    Struggling at first to find his voice, murder suspect Clay Starbuck answered questions all afternoon Thursday and twice denied strangling his ex-wife to death in her Deer Park home. Starbuck, …


  • Clay Starbuck trial pulls veil off private lives

    Details of secret lives spilled across a Spokane courtroom Wednesday as jurors in the murder trial of a Deer Park man heard intimate tales of suitors trying to set up …


  • Judge keeps Starbuck’s bond at $1 million

    Attorneys representing murder suspect Clay D. Starbuck asked a judge today to reduce his $1 million bond, but the judge refused.

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