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Spokane Valley deputies arrest man who allegedly trespassed, showed person his buttocks

Spokane Valley deputies arrested a man who allegedly trespassed and showed his buttocks to a Hico Mart Laundromat employee Tuesday morning.


UPDATED: Mon., Oct. 29, 2018

Avista cut power to much of downtown Spokane for 10 minutes due to trespasser

Spokane police announced on social media late Monday morning that most of downtown would lose power for about 10 minutes.


UPDATED: Thu., March 29, 2018

Shooting suspect’s brother pleads no contest to trespassing

The brother of the suspected Florida high school gunman pleaded no contest Thursday to trespassing on the campus where the deadly rampage occurred and was sentenced to time served and …


UPDATED: Sat., Feb. 17, 2018

Eye on Boise: Otter welcomes debate over competing tax-cut bills

Two alternative tax-cut plans – competing with Gov. Butch Otter’s big income tax-cut proposal, which already has passed the House – were introduced in the Idaho Legislature last week, and …


Man arrested after locking himself inside train locomotive, blowing whistle

Police arrested a man early Saturday who locked himself inside a running locomotive and blew the whistle repeatedly as he refused to come out.


Three accused of trespassing to collect elk antlers at Hanford

Three men have been accused of trespassing to collect deer and elk antlers on the Hanford nuclear reservation.


UPDATED: Fri., March 10, 2017

Sue Lani Madsen: Just because it looks abandoned, trespassing still not OK

Last Sunday’s front page article “Exploring Places Left Behind” made it clear trespassing is illegal, but it didn’t capture the sense of personal invasion.


Raging Grannie protestors quickly released, awaiting court date

The women calling themselves “Raging Grannies” say they were well treated after being arrested for trespassing on Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad tracks at Trent and Napa


Sheriff’s helicopter catches teens on roof of University High School

Deputies used a helicopter and night-vision technology to catch two 17-year-old boys who were up to no good on the roof of Spokane Valley’s University High School.


Victims upset with plea deal given to airman

Two people who awoke to find a man armed with a knife in their downtown apartment building last fall say they didn’t know the U.S. Air Force airman had his …


Charges dismissed against roof-running airman

Charges were dismissed in a plea deal involving a U.S. Air Force Airman accused of breaking into a building, scaring a sleeping woman and stealing a roofing knife in September.


UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 29, 2015

Businessman upset roof-running airman won’t face serious charges

A downtown building owner is upset that an Air Force survival school student suspected of breaking into apartments, frightening a sleeping tenant and stealing a knife during a September night …


Off Track: Errant OHV riders costly to everyone else

You don’t need a degree in agriculture to see that driving a motor vehicle off-road into a farmer’s field or a timber company’s forest can leave scars on the land. …


Landers: Respectful hunters shalt not trespass

Trespassing is an easy crime to pooh-pooh when you can hear a rare life list bird species over the hill or if the perfect mountain biking route cuts the corner …


Landers: Respectful hunters shalt not trespass

Trespassing is an easy crime to pooh-pooh when you can hear a rare life list bird species over the hill or if the perfect mountain biking route cuts the corner …


Abandoned grocery draws complaints from neighbors

The new owners of the vacant Albertsons building in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood are preparing to post no-trespassing signs to remedy neighborhood complaints and police concerns about transients. The empty …


Sides to work on tribal hunting

Native and non-native residents of the Coeur d’Alene Indian Reservation are going to have to work out a local solution to their latest conflict over the right of tribal members …


Men Must Pay Fine For Protest Of Forest Logging

Two protesters who perched in wooden barricades to block logging in the Nez Perce National Forest have pleaded guilty to federal charges. Martin Stephen, 25, Boise, and Joshua Burnim, 23, …


Men Turn Themselves In After Walking Through Sewer System

Three men were arrested early Saturday after they went exploring in the city sewer system. Aaron L. Carr-Callen, 22, Sean C. Dunn, 21, and Kristopher L. Kafton, 19, were booked …


Protesters Convicted Of Trying To Stop Logging Dozen Environmentalists Accused Of Cove-Mallard Interference

A dozen logging protesters have been convicted of breaking federal laws when they tried to stop logging in the Cove-Mallard area near Dixie during the summer. U.S. Magistrate Mikel Williams …


Officer, Interloper Injured In Shooting At White House President And Family Were Home At The Time Of The Security Breach

Three days after security was tightened to historic levels, an armed man scaled a White House gate late Tuesday and was shot by a Secret Service officer. A Secret Service …


Gunman Shot On Lawn Of White House Same Bullet Apparently Hits Secret Service Agent

An armed intruder jumped a fence onto the South Lawn of the White House late Tuesday and was shot and wounded by a uniformed Secret Service agent. The bullet apparently …