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Cold Case: Jean McLean

The murder of Jean McLean August 19, 1983 remains a cold case for the Spokane, Wash., Police Department.

Spokane Police investigate the slaying of a man on East Sharp Avenue.

Spokane Police Lt. Dave McGovern explains how detectives learned Sunday of the killing of a 39-year-old man at 2617 E. Sharp Ave. Police continue to search for the man’s 17-year-old …

Cold Case: Candy Rogers

The 1959 rape and strangulation of 9-year-old Candy Rogers is probably Spokane’s most infamous unsolved murder.

Cold Case - Barbara and Gary Loesch

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Bail set for suspect in dragging death

Wendell Sinn Jr., 45, could face murder or manslaughter charges in connection with the Saturday night dragging death of 20-year-old Jerid Sturman-Camyn along a rural Pend Oreille County road following …

Cold Case: Ronnie Armstead and Angela Stewart

Ronnie Armstead wanted to distance himself from a life of drugs and crime. Angela Stewart was brought up to see the good in people, so she decided to give him …

Cold Case: Song in memory of Angela Stewart

A song written in memory of Angela Stewart by her cousin.

Cold Case: Julie Weflen

Julie Weflen disappeared in 1987.

Body found in Hillyard

Spokane Police are investigating the apparent murder of a man found on Labor Day in Hillyard.

Cold Case: Comments from Carrie Stuart Parks

Forensic artists Carrie Stuart Parks talks about working on cases with the police.

Cold Case: Comments from Sally Aiken

Spokane County Medical Examiner Dr. Sally Aiken talks about how they try and identify a dead body.

Cold case: Arthur Haines

Arthur Haines, 87, was found beaten in his home on March 1, 1993. The murderer set his home on fire in an attempt to hide the evidence. Police are still …

Grieving for Peter

Maria Joseph’s son Peter died in a drug related robbery last March in the Spokane Valley. On Saturday in Audubon Park, she and about 100 people celebrated what would have …