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Slain security guard identified

Spokane Police detectives are investigating a fatal shooting that happened Tuesday night in an alley on East Pacific Avenue near a Pepsi Bottling plant at 4014 E. Sprague Ave.

Police chief hails Hoopfest responders

Two Spokane police officers and three citizens who helped catch men accused in a downtown shooting that injured bystanders during Hoopfest were honored Monday by Chief Anne Kirkpatrick. Detective Stacey …

Shooting suspect arrested; companion, weapon sought

Spokane County Sheriff’s Office deputies have arrested a suspect in a July 30 shooting that left a man with a gunshot wound to the head. Christopher T. Jackson, 24, was …

Defense lawyers claim overkill on Hoopfest charges

Defense attorneys told a judge today that prosecutors don’t have a legal basis for a long list of attempted murder charges levied against three of four men in connection with …

Authorities identify victim of fatal shooting

A 19-year-old Chattaroy man declared dead Tuesday after being accidentally shot last week has been identified as Tom J. Grauberger.

Chattaroy man brain dead after shooting

A 19-year-old Chattaroy man is brain dead from an accidental shooting Saturday afternoon.

Man pleads not guilty to attempted murder

A man charged with shooting another man several times June 3 pleaded not guilty Tuesday and was given a trial date of Aug. 16.

Police investigate shooting in northeast Spokane

A neighborhood dispute turned violent Thursday night, leaving one man in critical condition from a gunshot wound. The victim, who was not identified, was not expected to live, said Officer …

Camper’s gun death appears accidental

A Chewelah, Wash., man died early Sunday after apparently shooting himself in the head accidentally while camping on the North Fork of Chewelah Creek with family and friends. The Stevens …

Shooting on Tubbs Hill

A hiker on Tubbs Hill in Coeur d’Alene called police to report finding the body of a woman on a trail just before 2 p.m. today, said Lt. Rob Turner …

Sultan of Shot falls prey in gunner grudge match

In the 18 years since Winterhawk Ranch Sporting Clays has been in business near Nine Mile Falls, Wash., only one shotgunner has fired a perfect 100-target round. Dan Hoke has …

2 boys sentenced in highway shootings

Two 14-year-old boys were sentenced Monday to 30 days in juvenile detention and three years’ probation for shooting at several vehicles on a state highway near Deary, Idaho.

Field reports: First elk hunt set at Turnbull

HUNTING – For the first time, big-game hunting is scheduled to occur on Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge this fall. Hunters can apply for one bull elk permit and 48 antlerless …

Field reports: Wallowa anglers net record kokanee

FISHING – Northeastern Oregon’s Wallowa Lake is producing state-record kokanee of saltwater proportions. Wan Teece of Enterprise, Ore., caught a 26.25-inch long kokanee weighing 8.23 pounds on March 24.

Authorities identify Spokane officer who shot man

Law enforcement officials today released the name of the Spokane police officer who shot and killed an armed suspect last Friday.

Two arrested after fiery crash in Spokane Valley

A man accused of a shooting in which a bullet landed near a sleeping toddler was arrested Friday night after a fiery car crash.

Man killed in police shootout identified

A shootout with police early Friday killed a Spokane man who investigators say threatened family in a dispute over firearms.

Police say $40 debt prompted shooting

A shooting last weekend in a Spokane apartment where two young children live landed a 44-year-old man in jail on an assault charge.

Man shot by Spokane Valley officers enters not guilty plea

A Spokane Valley man shot by police pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two counts of second-degree assault. Michael E. Young, 55, is accused of pointing a handgun at Spokane Valley …

City out of shooting case

A federal judge ruled Friday that the city of Spokane will not pay any civil penalties levied against former Spokane Police Officer James “Jay” Olsen, who shot Shonto Pete in …

Spokane removed from Shonto Pete lawsuit

A federal judge ruled this morning that the city of Spokane will not be on the hook if a civil suit proceeds against former Spokane Police Officer James “Jay” Olsen, …

Family: Jealousy, abuse led to deadly shooting

When Ryan William Taylor showed up at a Hayden apartment Tuesday afternoon, he was there to confront the husband of his ex-wife – a man he believed had been abusing …

Search for Hayden shooter continues

Kootenai County Sheriff’s deputies are still searching late tonight for a suspect wanted for a fatally shooting another man at a Hayden apartment complex. The suspect, Chad Moore, 35, was …

Teen killed in weekend drive-by shooting

A Grant County teenager was killed Sunday in a drive-by shooting that also injured another boy.

Trapshoot results: Week 8

The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot - Week 8

Angry anti-government writing linked to Pentagon gunman

A California man killed in a shootout with Pentagon police drove cross-country and arrived outside the military headquarters armed with two semiautomatic weapons, authorities said Friday. The shooter apparently left …

In brief: Gunman fires shots into apartment

Police continue to search for a gunman who fired a shot through an apartment wall Saturday in Spokane Valley that struck the metal post of the bed where a 3-year-old …

Bullet landed on girl’s bed; police seek suspect

Spokane Valley Police continue to search for a suspect who on Saturday night fired a shot through an apartment wall that struck the metal post of the bed where a …

Trapshoot results: Week 7

The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot - Week Seven

Teens arrested in Cheney shooting to be tried as adults

Three teens arrested in a shooting in downtown Cheney early Sunday will be charged as adults.