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Downtown stabbing victim identified

The Spokane Medical Examiner identified the victim of an Oct. 2 fatal stabbing near West Main Avenue and North Browne Street as 40-year-old Anthony Vornheder.

Man charged in shooting of 2 Los Angeles County deputies

 California investigators have arrested and charged a man in connection with the shooting of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies earlier this month as they sat in their squad car, authorities said Wednesday.

17-year-old arrested in killing of 2 people in Kenosha

A white, 17-year-old police admirer was arrested Wednesday after two people were shot to death during a third straight night of protests in Kenosha over the police shooting of a Black man, Jacob Blake.

Police officer charged with murder under new Washington law

SEATTLE – A suburban Seattle police officer with a long history of using force, including three fatal shootings, was charged with murder and assault Thursday for one of those killings, the first case brought against an officer since Washington voters made it easier to prosecute police for using deadly force.

First male Asian giant hornet caught in northwest Washington

While its lore remains more rampant than its actual spread, the Washington State Department of Agriculture has announced the first capture of a male Asian giant hornet in one of about 450 traps concentrated in the extreme northwest region of the state where other sighting have been confirmed.

Golden State Killer faces his victims in 1st day of hearings

Victims after victim lined up on Tuesday to describe Joseph DeAngelo as a “sick monster,” “horrible man” and “subhuman” who stole their innocence and changed their lives during a more than decade-long reign of rape and murder that earned him the nickname of the Golden State Killer.

In ‘The 24th,’ police brutality and unrest, 103 years ago

The sole photograph related to the Houston Riot of 1917 shows 64 Black soldiers sitting with arms folded and legs crossed behind a rope. Their sheer number, in a courtroom otherwise populated by white men, suggests they’re part of the audience but they’re not. They’re the defendants in what’s considered the largest murder trial in American history.