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A Spokane County Superior Court Judge will allow new testing of DNA collected during the investigation into the brutal killing of Chanin Starbuck in 2013, after a motion from her ex-husband who was convicted of her murder.
A jury found Jordan Everett Stevens guilty of first-degree murder Thursday evening in the shooting death of Alillia “Lala” Minthorn in a remote area of the Yakama reservation more than two years ago.
Coeur d’Alene police have arrested a second homicide suspect in the Monday death of a 20-year-old man .
A Coeur d’Alene man is dead and a Spokane Valley man has been arrested in connection with the killing, police said.
George Floyd's death touched off mass protests and calls for police reform that have rippled across the U.S. and in Congress. Derek Chauvin could end up the exception, with a sentence of 30 years behind bars, particularly after the judge who will sentence him agreed Chauvin had committed particular cruelty in Floyd’s death. But if history is any indication, a slam-dunk sentence is not guaranteed.
Friends and family of murder victim Makayla Young quietly cried Monday morning as her killer received a 30-year prison sentence.
A Spokane man convicted of murdering his mother in 2018 was sentenced to life in prison Thursday without the possibility of parole.
The Idaho Attorney General’s Office is appealing a judge’s decision to dismiss murder charges against Bonners Ferry chiropractor Daniel L. Moore.
The murder trial of multimillionaire Robert Durst resumed Monday after a 14-month recess without the defendant present and with arguments about whether the case should continue at all.
Preston Grzogorek’s 3-year-old niece seems to understand that he’s gone. Now, when she talks about the young uncle who fed her and cared for her since her birth, she points to the sky.
A former nursing assistant who killed seven elderly veterans with fatal injections of insulin at a West Virginia hospital was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday by a federal judge who called her "the monster that no one sees coming.”
Months before Nathan Beal’s ex-wife was shot in the head in her car in Browne’s Addition, Andrew Bull, a homeless man, was shot in the head just a few blocks away.
The family of one of two Americans, both convicted of a fatal stabbing during a scuffle with an Italian police officer, on Thursday blasted the jury for ordering Italy's harshest punishment of life imprisonment, a sentence frequently meted out to mobsters who assassinate state officials.
A jury in Rome on Wednesday began deliberating the fates of two young American men who are charged with killing an Italian police officer near the hotel where they were staying while on summer vacation in 2019.
For years, the story of how Washington and the Pacific Northwest became part of the U.S., taught to school children, college students and passed through generations, was a lie.
Christy Young shook her head and let out an audible sigh while clutching a photo of her daughter Makayla Young as the man who murdered her pleaded guilty in a Spokane County Courtroom Friday morning.
A juror who cast one of the unanimous votes to convict a white former Minneapolis police officer in George Floyd's death said Wednesday that deliberations were relaxed and methodical as he and 11 other jurors quickly talked their way to agreement in parts of just two days.
The Justice Department announced federal hate crime charges Wednesday in the death of a Georgia man who was killed while out for a run last year.
They nabbed three men – although none had yet been charged with bank robbery. One man was arrested on a warrant stemming from a previous bootlegging violation. Another was arrested for draft evasion. The third was arrested on a warrant “charging him with a being a “suspicious person.”
The Supreme Court made it easier Thursday to sentence minors convicted of murder to life in prison without the possibility of parole, a ruling that reflects a change in course driven by a more conservative group of justices.