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Wednesday, September 18, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Prolific con man convicted in carpentry scheme

A con man with dozens of victims in three states was convicted Thursday of another 12 counts of deceiving victims into shoveling over money for projects he never completed. A …

Judge finds Bishop unfit to stand trial

Murder charges against a Spokane Valley man accused of stabbing his pregnant girlfriend more than 50 times were dismissed Tuesday by a judge who deemed him mentally unfit to stand …

Doney’s sentence upheld

The enhanced prison sentence for convicted killer Robert Doney Jr., who in 2003 bludgeoned a 2-year-old Spokane girl to death as her mother pleaded for the child’s life, has been …

Ticket-signing system jeopardizes Photo Red

A judge on Friday ruled against the city of Spokane in a decision that may invalidate the system by which traffic tickets are generated using controversial Photo Red cameras. The …

Mistrial declared after surprise testimony

A judge has declared a mistrial in the case against a Spokane Valley man who was facing up to 50 years in prison over an alleged attack on his ex-girlfriend …

Mistrial declared in attempted murder case

A judge has declared a mistrial in the case against a Spokane Valley man who was facing up to 50 years in prison following an attack on his ex-girlfriend and …

AMR settles billing lawsuit

American Medical Response, Spokane’s ambulance service provider, agreed to pay back just under $1 million, plus interest, received as a result of overbilling more than 12,000 Spokane residents over six …

Jury supports longer sentence for child killer

A jury today re-affirmed a previous jury’s decision to sentence child killer Robert Doney to more time in prison than outlined in the standard sentencing guidelines.

Devlin doesn’t testify; defense rests

COLVILLE – Spokane County prosecutors ended their first-degree murder case against Christopher H. Devlin without calling the only person they believe witnessed the killing.

Trial opens in murder of crime witness

Defense attorney Mark Vovos on Monday told a jury of Stevens County residents that the murder trial they are about to decide amounts to a “classic cover-up” by detectives who …