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Ruling on false testimony from Henrikson witness won’t be admitted, judge rules

Jurors in the murder-for-hire trial of James Henrikson will not hear that the judge presiding over the case determined that one of the prosecution’s key witnesses gave false testimony in …


Judge says James Henrikson trial may continue

A motion for a mistrial based on undisclosed text messages between a Spokane police detective and a witness in the James Henrikson murder-for-hire trial was thrown out Tuesday.


Vandals survive against North Dakota

Don Verlin isn’t sure what the most fortunate thing to happen to his team on Saturday was.


Austin McBroom propels Eagles to fifth straight victory

Austin McBroom scored a career-high 35 points and Eastern Washington beat North Dakota 95-85 on Thursday night to take over sole possession of third place in the Big Sky Conference.


Josh Duhamel pushes North Dakota as a travel destination

When actor Josh Duhamel and his wife, Fergie, lead singer of the Black Eyed Peas, need a break from life in Los Angeles, they head to a place not known …


Big Sky men’s roundup: Grizzlies rally to edge North Dakota

Martin Breunig scored five points in the final 1:30 and Montana closed on a 10-0 run for a 65-61 victory over North Dakota on Saturday in Grand Forks, North Dakota, …


North Dakota defeats EWU in Big Sky men’s basketball

Geno Crandall scored seven of his 15 points in the final three minutes and added a key block to help North Dakota pull away and beat Eastern Washington 79-71 on …


‘Prejudicial’ statements from Carlile’s family ordered withheld in Henrikson murder trial

A statement from Doug Carlile identifying James Henrikson as his potential killer will not be heard by jurors, and the publicity of the statement could end up moving Henrikson’s trial, …


North Dakota defeats Northern Iowa, returns to FCS semifinals

North Dakota true freshman Bruce Anderson returned the second-half kickoff for a touchdown to spark the four-time defending FCS champions to a 23-13 victory over Northern Iowa in a hard-fought …


North Dakota will become the Fighting Hawks

University of North Dakota backers have selected Fighting Hawks as the school’s new nickname, the school announced Wednesday.


Getaway driver pleads guilty in Spokane murder-for-hire case

The getaway driver accused in the murder-for-hire of South Hill businessman Doug Carlile pleaded guilty Tuesday, leaving only two of the six men implicated in the scheme to stand trial. …


Henrikson murder-for-hire trial moved

The trial of James Henrikson, the man accused of ordering the murder of businessman Doug Carlile in his South Hill home in December 2013, will take place in Richland, a …


Three of five plead guilty in murder-for-hire case

Timothy Suckow, clad in a red jumpsuit and leg chains, stared at the table in front of him and kneaded his brow with his hand Wednesday afternoon as a U.S. …


Sackett, who took on EPA, gets prison in sex case

A Priest Lake man who beat the Environmental Protection Agency in a wetlands dispute decided by the nation’s highest court will spend more than a year in prison for a …


Man facing lawsuit and child sex trafficking charge works for developer Harley Douglass

Mike Sackett, the Priest Lake man who beat the Environmental Protection Agency in the nation’s highest court and plans to plead guilty to attempted child sex trafficking, remains employed by …


Cellphone records link murder-for-hire suspects, missing man

James Henrikson and Timothy Suckow, suspects in a murder-for-hire plot targeting a South Hill businessman, were together in North Dakota the day another alleged victim went missing in 2012, according …


Longview proposing oil refinery

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Port of Longview says it’s working with an energy company on a proposal for a new crude oil refinery, the first such facility on the …


Big Sky basketball: Idaho overcomes Montana in double overtime

Connor Hill fell short in his five previous career tries at the Montana Grizzlies. Maybe the most agonizing setback occurred at Memorial Gym last season, when Montana pulled out a …


Unusual suspects spark Eagles

It was the perfect recipe – for disaster. The ingredients were already assembled Saturday afternoon at Reese Court: forward Venky Jois was off the court, Tyler Harvey was off his …


UPDATED: Sat., Jan. 24, 2015, 8:41 p.m.

Unusual suspects lift EWU past North Dakota

It was the perfect recipe – for disaster. The ingredients were already assembled Saturday afternoon at Reese Court: forward Venky Jois was off the court, Tyler Harvey was off his …


College volleyball: Colorado again hands Washington first loss of season

Taylor Simpson had a career-high 29 kills and Colorado handed second-ranked Washington its first loss of the season with a 27-25, 26-24, 17-25, 23-25, 15-11 triumph in Pac-12 Conference action …


EWU-UND notes: Supporting cast steps up for Eags

Saturday was a day for unlikely heroes at Roos Field. There was junior safety Todd Raynes, who erased half a season’s worth of injuries by not only getting back in …


UPDATED: Sat., Nov. 1, 2014, 10:45 p.m.

EWU cruises past North Dakota

Eastern Washington proved Saturday afternoon that the best way to fight through adversity is to heap it on somebody else – in this case an overmatched North Dakota team during …


Eagles face North Dakota in homecoming game

It’s homecoming at sold-out Roos Field for an Eastern Washington team that’s just been handed its first Big Sky Conference loss in more than two years. North Dakota may be …


James Henrikson’s wife talking to investigators in killing

BISMARCK, N.D. – Documents filed Tuesday by federal prosecutors indicate the wife of a man suspected of masterminding the December killing of South Hill businessman Doug Carlile is cooperating with …


UPDATED: Mon., April 7, 2014, 7:57 a.m.

Man implicated in South Hill murder case wants new lawyer

BISMARCK, N.D. — A North Dakota man who has been questioned about an alleged murder-for-hire scheme in Washington is asking for a new lawyer to represent him on illegal weapons …


Henrikson employee details alleged murder deal to police

A former employee of James Henrikson acted as a go-between in a deal that led to the death of Spokane businessman Doug Carlile in December, court documents show.


Trial pushed back for alleged gunman in South Hill slaying

At a hearing Thursday, prosecutors announced their intention not to seek the death penalty against Timothy Suckow, the man accused of shooting Doug Carlile in a December home invasion. Suckow …


Oil dealings prompt investigation of N.D. tribal chairman

A former federal prosecutor has been hired to investigate the dealings of a tribal chairman thought to have been the target of a North Dakota oil speculator with ties to …


Oil dealings prompt investigation of N.D. tribal chairman

A former U.S. attorney will lead an investigation into the dealings of a tribal chairman thought to have been the target of a North Dakota oil speculator with ties to …