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Past articles by Kaitlin:

Three men indicted for shooting at federal agent during Nespelem murder investigation

Curry Pinkham, Zachary Holt and Dezmonique Tenzsley were indicted in U.S. District Court for assault on a federal officer and discharge of a firearm during a crime. → Read More

Amelia Clark agrees to never serve as Spokane Regional Health District's administrative officer again

Clark was expected to appear in front of the office of administrative hearings in September over her firing Dr. Bob Lutz. → Read More

Freeman High School shooter sentenced to 40 years to life in prison

On Friday, a judge sentenced Caleb Sharpe to 40 years in prison for a shooting at Freeman High School in 2017 that left one person dead and three others injured. → Read More

'Nash did not protect and serve' | Former Spokane police officer's rape trial gets underway

During opening arguments, prosecutors told the jury Nathan Nash failed to do his duty to protect and serve while responding to the women's calls for help. → Read More

Spokane doctor accused of hiring hitman to kidnap, assault estranged wife pleads guilty to threats in interstate commerce

Because Ronald Ilg pleaded guilty to two counts of threats in interstate commerce, the attempted kidnapping and cyberstalking charges against him were dropped. → Read More

Unsheltered homeless population in Spokane increases 52% from 2020

The Point-in-Time count found a total of 1,757 people in Spokane County are experiencing homelessness. → Read More

Prosecutors drop murder charge in Spokane Valley child's death due to medical examiner's determination

The state does not believe sufficient evidence exists to prove this matter beyond a reasonable doubt to a jury on the present charges. → Read More

Top 4 things to do in Spokane on New Year's Eve

Here’s our top four things to do as we say goodbye to 2021 and head into 2022. → Read More

Witnesses recall terrifying moments at Post Falls gas station when man fired rifle at cars

"I look over and he is pointing the gun in my direction," one of several witnesses said in court documents about the Post Falls shooting. → Read More

Finch Elementary principal, few staff members protest mask mandate

District leadership was informed Tuesday of “a few staff members and administrator” at the school chose not to adhere to the Governor’s mask mandate. → Read More

Duplex in Medical Lake catches fire, cause unknown

Fire officials said the entire building caught fire and there’s no immediate threat to other buildings in the area. → Read More

Spokane police solve 1959 cold case murder of 9-year-old Candy Rogers

Candy Rogers went missing on March 6, 1959 while selling campfire mints. Months later, her strangled body was found by hunters near Rimrock in Northwest Spokane. → Read More

Thousands across Spokane, North Idaho without power as high winds hit the area

Avista, Kootenai Electric and Inland Power and Light are all reporting outages. → Read More

Electrical fire forces five people from Hillyard home

Spokane fire officials said they were called to a home near the intersection of East Wellesley Avenue and North Helena Street after the homeowner reported a fire. → Read More

Confidential source with Spokane ties helps DEA make 4 arrests in fentanyl ring spanning 4 states

The DEA believe the suspects were involved in a conspiracy to distribute 50,000 counterfeit pills, cocaine, methamphetamine, LSD and marijuana. → Read More

WSU student pleads guilty to giving Sam Martinez alcohol, sentenced to 19 days in jail

Wesley Oswald pleaded guilty to furnishing alcohol to Martinez and was sentenced to 19 days in jail, a $500 fine and 24 months of supervised probation. → Read More

20 federal health care workers sent to Sacred Heart to help with influx of COVID-19 patients

A team of 20 people will be on site at Sacred Heart Medical Center, including doctors, respiratory therapists and nurses. → Read More

Suspect in North Spokane mother's murder competent to stand trial

The competency report shows Joshua Phillips has the capacity to understand the nature of the legal proceedings. → Read More

Police search for endangered Coeur d'Alene woman missing since Monday

Coeur d'Alene police said Sharon Archer, 62, was last seen at her home in the area of 5th Street and Locust Avenue on Monday at 10 p.m. → Read More

Moses Lake officer euthanizes 'severely injured' dog, disposes of body

The officer made the decision to euthanize the dog and dispose of its body off Road 7 in an area where deceased wildlife is often disposed. → Read More