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  • Several agencies raid suspected car thieves

    Deputies and state troopers raided a suspected auto theft operation this morning near Newport, finding numerous stolen vehicles and a marijuana growing operation.


  • Border patrol expands in area

    Federal agents have increased their presence in the Spokane area in what some believe is an overreaching effort to combat illegal immigration at a local level. Officials with the U.S. …


  • Border Patrol’s Spokane presence raises questions

    Federal agents have increased their presence in the Spokane area in what some believe is an overreaching effort to combat illegal immigration at a local level. Officials with the U.S. …


  • Authorities snag escapee in North Spokane

    Authorities today arrested a federal inmate that walked away from a scheduled medical appointment on Spokane’s South Hill several days ago. The U.S. Marshals-led Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force …


  • Feds: Canadian caught w/ cocaine already on DEA’s radar

    A Canadian man arrested near the international border – allegedly toting 71 pounds of cocaine – may be a major drug smuggler who’s been on the Drug Enforcement Administration’s radar …


  • Border agents find pot, arrest driver

    A Canadian truck driver was arrested at an Avista Utilities power plant in Ferry County with 300 pounds of marijuana on Friday.


  • Border Patrol seeks texts on suspicious activity

    The U.S. Border Patrol is asking residents along a section of the U.S.-Canada border to send anonymous text messages to report any suspicious people they come across.


  • GOP: Border Patrol should control federal lands

    A group of House Republicans say Border Patrol agents should be granted direct control over U.S. borders, even on federal lands managed by other agencies.


  • Missing hunter found safe in Latah County

    Searchers have located a 66-year-old hunter in the Potlatch area of North Idaho, after the man spent the night out in the cold.


  • Authorities rescue 4 near U.S.-Canada border

    Four Mexican nationals, including one child, were rescued from a mountain near the Pasayten Wilderness in north-central Washington and hospitalized Monday after a search by local, state, U.S. and Canadian …


  • U.S. border crossings report high passport compliance

    BLAINE, Wash. – On the day that stricter identification rules went into effect for U.S. citizens returning from Canada and Mexico, traffic slogged as usual through the state’s largest border …


  • Bush shortens prison time for border agents

    WASHINGTON – In his final acts of clemency, President Bush on Monday granted early prison releases to two former U.S. Border Patrol agents whose convictions for shooting a Mexican drug …


  • Backcountry trails lead horses to D.C.

    Mustangs that ran wild less than two years ago will be part of next month’s inaugural parade for Barack Obama. The formerly wild horses are part of the U.S. Border …

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