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Fugitive goes to court, freed, rearrested

A man who Spokane police say has 167 criminal charges in 15 years appeared for a court hearing Tuesday and was allowed to stay out of jail despite a felony …


Suspect pleads not guilty

An 18-year-old woman accused in a hit-and-run crash that killed a bicyclist was arraigned on a felony charge Monday in Spokane County Superior Court. Megan C. Skillingstad pleaded not guilty …


Suspect in fatal hit-and-run bike crash pleads not guilty

An 18-year-old woman accused of a hit-and-run crash that killed a bicyclist was arraigned on a felony charge today in Spokane County Superior Court.


Woman shot by trooper charged with drug trafficking

A Spokane woman who was nine months pregnant and unarmed when she was shot by a Washington State Patrol sergeant during a drug raid has been charged with drug trafficking. …


Federal case against Steele a sham, say supporters

The reported target in an alleged murder-for-hire plot appears to be supporting the main suspect in the case – her husband, former Aryan Nations lawyer Edgar Steele. Cyndi Steele joined …


Steele pleads not guilty to new charges

The reported victim in an alleged murder-for-hire plot appears to be supporting the main suspect in the case – her husband, former Aryan Nations lawyer Edgar J. Steele.


Teens in deadly South Hill crash plead not guilty

Two teenagers were arraigned today on vehicular homicide charges connected to a Feb. 14 crash that killed a Lewis and Clark High graduate and Eastern Washington University student.


PTO theft charges filed

A former north Spokane elementary school PTO treasurer pleaded innocent Monday to stealing nearly $20,000, more than a year after police say she sat in the principal’s office as the …


Police say man’s cellmate penned anonymous notes

A man charged with witness-tampering in his attempted murder case enlisted the help of a teen murder suspect with neat handwriting, court documents allege. David E. Epley, 36, pleaded not …