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  • Love, multiplied: Local families expand on National Adoption Day

    Robert and Tammy Fritz love children. So much so that they’ve fostered 28 children over the last four years and adopted two, in addition to their two biological children. On …


  • Bar owner pleads guilty to fatal crash

    Wiping tears and looking away as his victim’s family spoke, a Spokane Valley bar owner pleaded guilty today to vehicular homicide after he drove drunk and fatally struck a bicyclist …


  • Hung jury focused on pot-smoking drivers

    A second jury in nine months failed to agree on whether a Deer Park man’s marijuana use caused a fatal crash, highlighting the lack of accepted legal standards for when …


  • Murder conviction in road-rage case tossed out

    A man who shot a retired teacher to death in a 2002 road-rage case had his first-degree murder conviction overturned. Christopher W. Conklin was improperly denied an opportunity to withdraw …


  • Juror’s suspicion breaks case open

    A Spokane woman never imagined that serving on the jury of a prolific burglar would solve her burglary, as well. “In all my time as a prosecutor, that’s the first …


  • Jury duty brings closure to crime victim

    A Spokane woman never imagined that serving on the jury of a prolific burglar would solve her burglary, as well. “In all my time as a prosecutor, that’s the first …

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