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Sunday, November 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Prime suspect

The 1959 rape and murder of 9-year-old Candy Rogers, arguably Spokane’s most infamous unsolved crime, has haunted Dan Hite. Now 74, the former Spokane Motorcycle Club secretary remembers the day …


Women hope clues are in the cards

This deck of playing cards deals in lost lives. Survivors of two homicide victims hope inmates at the Spokane County Jail soon will be playing solitaire with Cold Case cards …


Missing women remain the key in Post Falls killings

A man delivering newspapers is shot in the head in Post Falls. Two years later, his wife is electrocuted and drowned – an unplugged television in the hot tub leading …


‘In the wrong place, at the wrong time’

Ronnie Armstead wanted to distance himself from a life of drugs and crime. Angela Stewart was brought up to see the good in people, so she decided to give him …


Missing on the job

Julie Weflen’s disarming smile beamed from dozens of billboards in four states, from hundreds of thousands of posters and in national media after she went missing 20 years ago this …


Woman without a name

Detectives call her ” Millie.” They don’t know her real name.


Gone, but not forgotten

Kathleen DeHart was raped and strangled at a Spokane apartment in 1987. Franklin D. Mattox was shot in the head at a transient camp near Playfair Race Course in 1992.


A bloody end to a father’s life

As darkness fell in Spokane on Feb. 28, 1993, Arthur Haines closed the curtains of his modest North Side home, a part of his everyday routine that would never happen …


Reward reopens girl’s ‘74 vanishing

Laurie Partridge has been missing for 31 years, but time hasn’t dampened her family’s hope of finding out what happened that winter day in 1974. The 17-year-old left Ferris High …


Lingering unsolved murders haunt families

The arrest of a 58-year-old man in the strangling of Rochelle English nine years ago might put to rest one mystery, but it awakens others