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  • Judges toss Orville Moe’s harassment claim

    The long string of legal defeats for Orville Moe, the defiant former owner of the Spokane Raceway Park, continued today with appellate judges ruling against Moe’s friend who had tried …

  • Robbery suspect held by victim until arrest

    A man charged with robbing a North Spokane grocery store at gunpoint was ordered held in the Spokane County Jail today on a $150,000 bond.

  • Driver in deadly I-90 incident charged

    A Hayden man charged with killing a man who had stopped to assist another motorist on Interstate 90 west of Spokane was ordered Monday to remain in the Spokane County …

  • Judge, county argue pay

    A Spokane County Superior Court judge believes she’s being treated unfairly by the county when it comes to cashing out unused vacation time, saying many of her colleagues were allowed …

  • Suspect’s mother says shooting was accident

    The mother of the man charged with shooting his girlfriend in the face said the alleged victim now claims that the gun dropped, fired and shot her accidentally.

  • Drug robbery may have led to hotel shooting

    A shooting that left a man dead outside a downtown Spokane hotel last month appears to have been the result of an attempted drug robbery, according to newly filed court …

  • Slaying suspect appears in court

    A prosecutor alleged Tuesday that a man charged with killing his ex-wife also contacted his children to help back up his alibi. Clay D. Starbuck, 47, pleaded not guilty Tuesday …

  • Suspect charged in stabbing death

    The man stabbed to death over the weekend was Casey W. Anderson, 23, according to court records. Police believe Anderson assaulted his ex-girlfriend and stole her cellphone before he suffered …

  • Justice system changes brought results

    Today, Judge Maryann Moreno steps down from the role of presiding judge in Spokane County Superior Court after overseeing dramatic changes – and improved results – in how local officials …

  • Man convicted again in ’07 shooting death

    A jury on Monday found a man guilty of first-degree murder in connection with the 2007 slaying of a man in Hillyard. As a result, Michael D. Coombes, 31, faces …

  • Murder trial starts for man who withdrew guilty plea after appeal

    The trial began Tuesday of a Spokane man who pleaded guilty to a Hillyard slaying in 2007 but was allowed to withdraw the plea after a mistake was made on …

  • Appeals court upholds decisions on raceway park

    An appeals court judge on Thursday upheld a $2.8 million judgment for the family of a man who died in 2006 after falling on a crumbling step at Spokane Raceway …



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