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Kip Hill

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News >  Crime/Public Safety

Federal judge denies murder-for-hire mastermind James Henrikson’s request for a new sentencing hearing

James T. Henrikson, 44, is serving two life sentences at a high-security federal prison in California after his 2016 conviction on 11 charges tied to the deaths of Doug Carlile and Kristopher "K.C." Clarke. In April, Henrikson filed his own petition asking that his sentencing be revisited because four of the charges were solicitation to commit murder for hire, and that another federal murder-for-hire case decided in December determined that in order to be guilty of that crime the target had to be killed. 

News >  Spokane

Mega Millions winning ticket dreams draw lotto players to Spokane sellers

Many won't hit it Tuesday night when Mega Millions draws another winning ticket for its potential record-breaking jackpot, estimated at $1.5 billion. The numbers on the light-up display above Sonnenberg's counter only show the potential winnings in millions, which means that "999" isn't entirely accurate. 

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