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Troopers use Taser, arrest firefighter

A Spokane firefighter exonerated on child pornography charges two years ago is on paid leave again after an apparently violent confrontation with state troopers during a drunken driving arrest. Lt. Todd Chism was jolted with a stun gun several times after troopers found him trying to drive his truck out of a ditch along Highway 291 about 2:45 a.m. Tuesday, said Bob Calkins, a Washington State Patrol spokesman.

CdA woman in critical condition after I-90 rollover

A Coeur d’Alene woman is in critical condition this morning at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane after she rolled her Pontiac Sunfire on Interstate 90 near Liberty Lake on Monday night.

Man dies in collision near Kettle Falls

A 25-year-old Colville man died Sunday evening from injuries suffered in a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of state Highway 25 and Old Kettle Road just south of Kettle Falls.

Air National Guard troops return to warm welcome

Air National Guard Tech. Sgt. Jerry Martin had his own cheering squad when he returned home Thursday from six months of guarding the Baghdad airport. “Jerry, Jerry, Jerry,” Debbie Nadeau chanted as she and four co-workers pumped one-letter signs that spelled “J-E-R-R-Y.”

Air National Guardsmen return from Iraq

Air National Guard Tech. Sgt. Jerry Martin had his own cheering squad when he returned home Thursday from six months of guarding the Baghdad airport.

Man killed, two injured in I-90 crash

A Bothell, Wash., man was killed and two Tri-Cities residents were injured Monday evening in a head-on collision on Interstate 90 near the Fishtrap Lake exit.

Trooper recovering after being shot in the head

LONG BEACH, Wash. — A Washington State Patrol trooper was shot in the head early Saturday while taking inventory of a vehicle about to be towed but is expected to survive.

Bikers push bill banning profiling past House panel

OLYMPIA – One of the surest things about this legislative session is that police officers will be honored. The only real question is how many proposals – from better pension benefits for slain officers’ families to constitutional amendments to keep more bad guys in jail – will be buttressed by references to six officers killed in two months on the West Side.

Newport man injured when pickup rolls over

A Newport man driving with a suspended license was injured Tuesday night when his vehicle went out of control on an icy U.S. Highway 2 south of Colbert Road in north Spokane County.

Three killed in wrong-way crash at U.S. 2 and I-90

Three people were killed early today in a collision that occurred when a wrong-way vehicle collided with another vehicle on the eastbound on-ramp of U.S. Highway 2 onto Interstate 90.

State Patrol watching for shooting suspect

Law enforcement officers have been assigned to watch train and bus terminals, and the Washington State Patrol is monitoring freeways in the massive hunt for the suspect in the shooting death of four police officers.

Sprague man was in two I-90 accidents, troopers say

A driver left the scene of a two-vehicle accident on Interstate 90 near Spokane on Sunday evening and was found in the median about 40 miles to the west two hours later, the Washington State Patrol said today.