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UPDATED: Mon., July 29, 2019

Legal clock running out to charge Spokane Valley man whose children were found with injuries

The legal clock runs out Wednesday for Spokane County prosecutors to bring charges against a Spokane Valley man accused of gouging his own children’s eyes and breaking his own son’s …

UPDATED: Tue., Oct. 3, 2017

Sheriff’s Office recommends three domestic violence charges against Spokane police officer

The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office is recommending that prosecutors to refile a charge of domestic violence assault against a Spokane police officer in a case that was dismissed in July.

James Rogers’ family questions death investigation

The shots that ended a standoff two years ago on the lower South Hill continue to create a wide chasm between how a grieving family and law enforcement investigators view …

Family in grief testifies at murder sentencing

Even with a predetermined term of life in prison, the sentencing of convicted killer Clay D. Starbuck was emotional Thursday as family and friends tearfully described the devastation of two …

Defendant had wounds, Starbuck detective says

A Deer Park man charged with strangling his ex-wife and sexually violating her remains had wounds on his right hand and forehead, the lead detective in the case told jurors …

Former suspects released in assault case

The investigation into what was reported as the attempted murder of a father and the kidnapping of a young boy has been reopened after charges were dismissed against a couple …

Playing cards would feature unsolved crimes

Gossip is a valuable commodity in prison. So are playing cards.

Traces of hope

Laurie Partridge’s disappearance not only stumped detectives, it pushed her parents apart and prompted her family to move far from Spokane County. “It determined the whole way my family lived,” …