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  • Family in grief testifies at murder sentencing

    Even with a predetermined term of life in prison, the sentencing of convicted killer Clay D. Starbuck was emotional Thursday as family and friends tearfully described the devastation of two …


  • 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 case in jury’s hands

    Accused murderer Clay Starbuck was a jealous, controlling, obsessed, greedy and angry man who finally took out his frustrations against the woman with whom he shared two marriages and several …


  • Defendant had wounds, Starbuck detective says

    A Deer Park man charged with strangling his ex-wife and sexually violating her remains had wounds on his right hand and forehead, the lead detective in the case told jurors …


  • Examiner describes injuries in Clay Starbuck case

    The jury spent half the day Thursday hearing testimony and looking through autopsy photos from a prolonged attack that killed Chanin Starbuck. The key testimony came from Spokane County Medical …


  • Sons criticize investigation of mother’s homicide

    The lives of a Deer Park family are about to be thrust salaciously into the public spotlight. Clay D. Starbuck, a former pipeline worker with no criminal record, is fighting …


  • Unrelenting effort wins man his freedom

    A man who spent nearly six years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit had one request Thursday after a judge set him free: a double cheeseburger from Zip’s. …


  • Convict freed after murder case crumbles

    A man who spent nearly six years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit had one thing on his mind today after a judge set him free: a double …


  • 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.


  • Brian Moore pleads guilty before retrial

    The California man who prosecutors said helped plan the 2007 murder of Dale Stark pleaded guilty Wednesday to second-degree murder just days before his retrial was set to start. A …


  • Judge grants Davis new trial

    A judge granted a new trial for a man convicted four years ago of the 2007 beating death of an adult bookstore owner in Spokane. The Thursday ruling follows the …


  • Tire-iron assailant found guilty

    A jury of seven men and five women convicted a Spokane man Tuesday of attacking an Iraqi refugee with a tire iron and leaving him with severe head injuries. Sentencing …


  • Jury weighing case of murder by accomplice

    A jury has begun deliberating the case of a Southern California man accused of helping his lover, a former prostitute, plan the killing of a Spokane man in 2007. Brian …


  • In brief: Allred filing to fix in-kind reporting error

    BOISE – Democratic gubernatorial candidate Keith Allred is amending his campaign’s financial disclosures to include an in-kind contribution worth $3,000 to $4,000 for work done by the Boise-based business consulting …

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