A man’s body was found on the train tracks next to the Intermodel Center, a train and bus station in downtown Spokane, Thursday evening.
A new report from an Arizona State University study says Spokane residents filmed on police body cameras generally had a positive view of police after the interaction, but there’s no …
After Spokane City Administrator Theresa Sanders and City Attorney Nancy Isserlis told former Spokane Police Chief Frank Straub the reasons why he was being forced from City Hall, he came …
A skull found by a man walking his dog near the Downriver Golf Course Thursday morning is human, said Cpl. Jordan Ferguson of the Spokane Police Department.
Erin Jacobson, an assistant city attorney and a central figure in the continuing controversy at Spokane City Hall, is leaving city employment.
From our archives, 100 years ago H.F. Tabb, a cashier for the city, was being sued by the city over $3,232 missing from the city’s accounts.
A Spokane parking enforcement officer reported being assaulted Tuesday after he and his partner put a parking boot on an SUV parked in the 100 block of East Sinto.
A police call around noon Saturday that started with a report of a man breaking out windows with a hammer at a home in Indian Trail ended with an arrest …
Based on my assessment, Mr. Logue has a substantially and materially better track record of constituent engagement and ombudsman-related policy implementation than Mr. Humayun.
Police arrested a Spokane man Wednesday evening after his girlfriend said tried to scalp her with a knife and cut her fingers off.
PowerPoint slides from a Spokane Community College criminal justice instructor under investigation for discrimination corroborate details of the Title IX complaint.
The former Spokane Police Guild president accused of aiding a fellow officer charged with rape will remain on paid leave pending the outcome of a misdemeanor criminal case against him.
The investigation into the firing of former police Chief Frank Straub has been derailed. Officials in Mayor David Condon’s administration and others privy to the bungled decision removing Straub have …
Anne Kirkpatrick, one of three candidates to take over the Chicago Police Department, will not take over as the Windy City’s top cop, according to media reports. Mayor Rahm Emanuel …
Police are asking for help in identifying and finding a man suspected of intentionally ramming a car in a road rage incident Wednesday morning.
We have yet to heal our relationship with our own peace officers. They have yet to heal their relationship with us.
The city of Spokane has hired two new spokeswomen for the police, fire and parks departments. Fianna Dickson will be the spokeswoman for the parks department. She begins at the …
Homeless people squatting in a vacant house on East First told police that the man found dead there this week may have died of a drug overdose.
With the 10th anniversary of the beating of Otto Zehm upon us, it’s time to thank some of the unsung heroes who kept him from dying in obscurity.
Spokane police are investigating a suspicious death at an East Central home.
A man who died in a motorcycle crash on Second Avenue near Freya Street Saturday has been identified as 24-year-old Matthew Bailey.
An internal investigation into a Spokane Police Department’s captain showed concerns over moving furniture from the downtown precinct came from city administrators.
Pending such a city charter change, Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich’s leadership offer should be considered seriously.
Would you rather keep the current way of hiring a police chief, or would you rather the position be subject to direct election?
Second Avenue is closed near Freya Street as police investigate a fatal crash involving a motorcycle rider.
A Wellpinit man was arrested Thursday for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend so severely that she suffered a punctured lung.
A judge will decide next week whether a 16-year-old boy will be tried as an adult for allegedly breaking into an apartment and fondling a woman as she slept.
About 100 people showed up to a community forum hosted by the city of Spokane Wednesday to talk about race relations and the Spokane Police Department.
Three people died of apparent drug overdoses in less than three hours Wednesday morning, leading law enforcement in Spokane to warn of “a possible lethal batch of drugs.”
From our archives, 100 years ago Spokane’s attempt to hire its first woman police officer hit a second snag.