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In today's AM Headlines, Amanda Kirk, the wife of kidnap-murder victim Bo Kirk, speaks out about the crime, justice and wild speculations on social media. Maureen Dolan/Press reports. Also: Idaho Records/Press, Lt Gov Little supports HJR 5/EOBoise, 4 transfers add promise to Gonzaga/SR, Brother of Bo Kirk's accused killer speaks out/KHQ...
Sam Hutto tells Katie Chen/KHQ that his brother, David, has "had a chip on his shoulder all through growing up and adulthood." David Hutto, 41, of Hayden, is accused in the kidnap-murder of William 'Bo' Kirk, 41, of Coeur d'Alene, after an alleged road rage incident.
William “Bo” Kirk was kidnapped, bound and shot to death in a road-rage incident in Coeur d’Alene, prosecutors alleged in court Monday afternoon.
William “Bo” Kirk was kidnapped, bound and shot to death in a road-rage incident in Coeur d’Alene, prosecutors alleged in court Monday afternoon. David E. Hutto,44, is accused of killing Kirk last week. A judge set bail at $2 million. He faces up to life in prison if convicted. Scott Maben/SR reports.
Family members say the victim of an apparent road-rage shooting in Federal Way was a 32-year-old father on his way to see his wife and newborn son in a hospital.
Police are asking for help in identifying and finding a man suspected of intentionally ramming a car in a road rage incident Wednesday morning.
Court documents released Wednesday reveal new details about the child molestation charges filed against road rage suspect Jason R. Hoy and his wife, Kellie R. Hoy.
Found myself facing one of our most treacherous civic situations the other night: a four-way stop with all lanes occupied, otherwise known as... A Spokane Standoff.
State Rep. Matt Shea no longer faces a misdemeanor gun charge sparked when he pulled a gun during a road-rage dispute. Shea, R-Spokane Valley, was charged in 2011 for keeping a loaded gun in his pickup without a valid concealed weapons permit.
State Rep. Matthew Shea no longer faces a misdemeanor gun charge sparked when he pulled a gun during a road rage dispute. Shea, R-Spokane Valley, was charged in 2011 for keeping a loaded gun in his pickup without a valid concealed weapons permit. City of Spokane Municipal Court Judge Tracy Staab determined on Friday that Shea complied with the deal he made with city prosecutors a year ago. In it, prosecutors agreed to drop the charge if he didn’t violate other non-traffic laws for a year.
A driver on Dishman-Mica shot another driver's tire in a road-rage incident Monday, the Spokane County Sheriff's Office said.
Matt Shea – the Road Rage Republican running for re-election in Spokane Valley – has his knickers in a knot over his opponent’s supposedly dirty campaign tactics. Or in other words …
A Loon Lake man pleaded guilty Friday in Colville to a road-rage shooting in March that nearly killed a Spokane man.
A woman upset over an elderly couple's driving pepper sprayed a 72-year-old disabled woman at a north Spokane Home Depot on Sunday.