The Spokane Police Department confirmed law enforcement shot a person near the Spokane County Jail around 8 p.m. Friday.
Wednesday’s bomb threat wasn’t the first threat Planned Parenthood on East Indiana Avenue has faced.
A former guard-in-training at Airway Heights Correction Center said he was fired for wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt to work, according to a federal lawsuit.
An 18-year-old man was killed early Wednesday when police say he was accidentally shot at a northwest Spokane house party by another teen who was drinking and dancing with a loaded gun.
Police believe a man shot a detective in the face with a paintball gun and dropped a pistol as he fled.
A 33-year-old Spokane man will spend nearly two decades in federal prison after pleading guilty to selling methamphetamine.
After a fire broke out Wednesday evening at Inland Empire Paper Co., firefighters were quickly able to contain the flames.
Minutes before her husband’s sentencing hearing began, Andrea Davis bounced the couple’s third baby on her lap. After nine years of hearings, Davis seemed to have become an expert at soothing a child.
A Coeur d’Alene resident died Tuesday night when his car careened into roadside trees in Hayden.
Just days after some 50 Christmas trees were stolen from a local hardware store, the Spokane Police Department said it has arrested the real life “Grinch” who stole them.
The Spokane County Prosecutor’s Office declined to file charges Tuesday against an officer with a U.S. Marshals’ task force who shot an armed fugitive in September.
Spokane’s Abraham Lincoln statue was one of several monuments that received national attention after being vandalized Thanksgiving Day – some toppled, some doused with red paint and others covered with graffiti reading “land back.”
Ivan Kriger, owner of the property at 3011 E. Wellesley Ave. in Hillyard, was charged in October with following an investigation by the Office of the Insurance Commissioner's Criminal Investigations Unit. Kriger took out an insurance policy the same day the fire that leveled the building occurred, Nov. 7, 2017, according to court records, and sought $324,000 in damages. The claim was denied because he didn't have coverage at the time of the fire. The property's assessed value that year was $202,000.
Clarence Dibble, 13, learned the hard way that treehouses can be dangerous.
The statue of Abraham Lincoln in downtown Spokane has been vandalized.
After a car chase Sunday night, a Spokane County deputy shot and killed a man suspected of driving recklessly, crashing into parked cars and speeding toward officers.
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