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A SWAT team assisted Spokane police in the arrest of a man after a standoff Wednesday afternoon.
One man is dead and another person is hospitalized following a shooting on Spokane’s lower South Hill early Wednesday.
A crash early Tuesday morning left one person dead and another injured.
A man is facing vehicular assault and DUI charges after a crash Sunday night sent a motorcyclist to the hospital in critical condition, according to the Spokane Police Department.
Someone fired at a car in the parking lot of the downtown convenience store on Sunday morning, police said. The incident was being investigated and police are looking for the shooter.
A West Central woman who was found dead in her home after winning a large jackpot died of a drug overdose, the Spokane County Medical Examiner said Wednesday.
After an hourslong standoff at his ex-wife’s house, a man suspected of violating a domestic violence protection order was arrested Monday evening, police said.
Police arrested six alleged gang members over the weekend in connection to two shootings in April that are part of an ongoing feud between the Swavii and Fifth Street gangs.
Spokane police arrested a man Thursday after he showed up with a gun at the home of a woman who had a protection order against him, officers said.
The body of a man discovered in a waste management recycling center on Geiger Boulevard has been identified as David Stafanovic, 28.
When police were alerted to a man armed with a 6-foot-long stick who threatened passersby, Spokane Police Officer Todd Belitz and his K-9 partner Zeus were called to the scene.
The crash was reported on Highway 2 between Spotted and Russell roads around 11:45 p.m., according to a news release from the Washington State Patrol. The crash occurred within Spokane city limits, and Major Crimes detectives from the Spokane Police Department were called to investigate the crash.
Shielded from the eye of public scrutiny, city leaders have quietly begun closed-door discussions about policing in Spokane.
Most days, on the way to his job at Pistole Boardshop, Jordon Graham passes the spot where a rubber bullet struck him in the face and broke his jaw.
The man who was believed to have been killed in a four-car crash near Interstate 90 last week actually died of natural causes, according to the Spokane County Medical Examiner.
The boyfriend of the woman killed in a road rage incident last weekend admitted to police he removed a putty knife from the scene of the shooting before driving away, court documents say.
Neighbors arguing over kids sling-shotting rocks against a fence escalated into a shooting that left one neighbor with life-threatening injuries Tuesday evening, according to court documents.
Mary Schaffer spent years doing all she could to keep herself and her children safe from her aggressive ex-husband, and was able to secure a protection order against him.
After a gun went off Sunday night during a domestic violence assault in northeast Spokane, police discovered the assailant was a 16-time convicted felon.
For years, friends and fellow law enforcement officers raised red flags about what they deemed inappropriate and perhaps violent behavior of former Spokane police Officer Nathan Nash.