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  • Judicial appointee helps track suspect

    An assistant U.S. attorney and appointee for a federal judgeship helped identify a suspect in a string of South Hill burglaries by tracking his wife’s stolen coffee shop card. Tom …


  • U.S. attorney used wife’s stolen card to track South Hill burglar

    An assistant U.S. attorney and appointee for a federal judgeship helped identify a suspect in a string of South Hill burglaries by tracking his wife’s stolen coffee shop card.


  • Rice nominated for federal judgeship

    Assistant U.S. Attorney Tom Rice was nominated today by President Barack Obama for a federal judgeship in Spokane.


  • Tribe’s ex-ambulance director faces theft charges

    The former longtime director of the Spokane Tribe’s ambulance service faces federal charges of embezzling funds from the organization. Jack L. LeBret, 60, who was director of the Spokane Tribal …


  • Suspect in bomb plot pleads not guilty to new charges

    Domestic terrorism suspect Kevin W. Harpham faces a minimum of 30 years in prison if convicted of two new charges added last week in what prosecutors have called a thwarted …


  • Least potential prison term grows for MLK bomb suspect

    Domestic terrorism suspect Kevin W. Harpham now faces a minimum of 30 years in prison if convicted of two new charges added last week in what prosecutors have called a …


  • Nomination near for federal judge

    President Barack Obama is expected to make his nomination soon for the next federal judge for the Eastern District of Washington. The opening became available in mid-2009 when U.S. District …


  • Couple sent to prison for tax crimes

    A former Colbert couple who made millions selling porcelain figurines, have been sentenced to federal prison for refusing to pay more than $800,000 in income taxes. Scott D. and Kristin …


  • Tribes, feds meet to discuss crime law

    It will take more than an act of Congress to end the scourge of reservation crime in Indian country, the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians was told Tuesday. “We cannot …


  • Bomb found at U.S. Courthouse

    At a time of heightened concerns over threats to government officials, federal authorities in Spokane kept quiet about the discovery of a bomb found alongside the Thomas S. Foley U.S. …


  • Feds investigating IED found at downtown courthouse

    At a time of heightened concerns over threats to government officials, federal authorities in Spokane kept quiet about the discovery of a bomb found alongside the Thomas S. Foley U.S. …


  • 20 suspects arrested in marijuana ring

    An organized crime task force has arrested 20 suspects and is looking for six more in what authorities describe as a major marijuana growing and distribution ring that’s operated in …


  • Feds arresting two dozen in drug bust

    Federal agents are arresting an estimated two dozen people in the Spokane area and a few from Seattle in what’s described as a huge marijuana growing and distribution ring.

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