While cases continued to climb in Spokane and the state had rolled back to tighter restrictions, Mount Saint Michael’s Academy was announcing ticket sales for three showings of their high school musical, Willy Wonka, Jr., according to the academy’s website as of Friday.
Matthew Raddatz-Freeman and Kevin Belding, two of four men accused of beating a 19-year-old man to death and burying his body in a shallow grave near Newport, pleaded not guilty Thursday.
Stephen Seymour’s girlfriend reportedly had a broken nose, bruising on her face and multiple cuts when police arrested him.
Laboratories are working to meet a state-mandated turnaround time for medical kits testing for evidence of sexual assault and rape, but survivors still have to face the stigma and judgment that comes with being a victim of sexual crime, advocates say.
After three Stevens County Commissioners were effectively forced out of office by a judge in August, Stevens County Republican Party Precinct Committee Officers nominated nine people for the open seats Saturday – including two of the ousted three.
A robbery suspect shot by Spokane police in August will serve more than 13 years in prison, according to a Spokane County Sheriff’s Office news release.
Despite national pushback to law enforcement reality TV, “Cops” is filming in Spokane County, according to a Spokane County Sheriff’s Office news release.
As soon as Renee White heard the news that the police who shot and killed Breonna Taylor were not charged with her death Wednesday, she got in the car and headed for Louisville.
Despite a Spokane judge’s orders, a group of more than 30 people, led by State Rep. Matt Shea, congregated to pray around 6 p.m. Tuesday outside a Planned Parenthood clinic.
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