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Activist says ICE using deportation threat as ‘intimidation tactic’

Some undocumented immigrants keep their heads down, careful not to attract attention that might get them noticed by federal officers. Not Maru Mora-Villalpando.

Taped jail calls lead to new charges

A man cleared by a jury last week of helping a friend after a Spokane Valley shooting faces new charges that he threatened to rape the lead detective’s wife. Terrence …

Con man pleads guilty to bilking investors out of $2.25 million

A Spokane con man had such a good sales pitch that he convinced a physician and a lawyer to take part in his get-rich quick schemes. In the end, some …

Murder witness makes plea deal

A witness in a gang-related murder pleaded guilty to two felonies Thursday in a sealed agreement with prosecutors.

Man in custody, accused of threats

A Spokane County man was booked into jail early Wednesday after he allegedly made death threats and attempted to head-butt a Spokane sheriff’s deputy.

Fairchild Expands Investigation Of Sergeant Base Officials Seek Information From Women Who May Have Been Assaulted By Member Of Security Squadron


Hells Angels Case Ends In Mistrial Juror’s Note Prompts Judge To Halt Intimidation Trial

Round 2 between the city of Spokane and the Hells Angels ended in court Friday with a surprise mistrial and a chorus of disappointment. It is the second trial against …