OLYMPIA, Wash. - A Tacoma man is facing attempted theft and
insurance fraud charges after filing a $20,000 claim for a fictitious dead cat,
using pet photos he lifted off the internet.
"We've handled some pretty unusual fraud cases, but this is
one of the stranger ones," said Insurance
LEWISTON, Idaho - Officers are trying to identify the suspect in the photos below.
The suspect took a wallet that was left on the counter at the store on July 2, 2012.
If you recognize the suspect seen in the white shirt please contact Ofc. Nick Krakalia at (208) 746-0171 or the TIP
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Lifting a downed tree, replacing flower pots, and cleaning her yard and garage was not the way Deanna Rector expected to spend her July 4th weekend.
"I'm trying to get the dirt out of the there so I can put the tree back in," Rector explained, shovel in hand
SPOKANE, Wash. – Two more local Red Cross volunteers left for Billings, Montana Wednesday afternoon to aid in the disaster relief efforts as a result of numerous wild fires.
The volunteers are driving over in an Emergency Response Communication Vehicle. It is one of only thirteen
SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. - The Spokane County Sheriff's Department's Marine Patrol Unit was out in full force on Wednesday making sure that boaters on area lakes were safe. The deputies were checking for the correct amount of life vests, a proper horn, and for a boating license. All boat
SPOKANE, Wash. - On Wednesday morning around 7:40 a motorist traveling in the area of Government Way and Milton near the Fish Lake Trail head was flagged down by a man on the side of the road who had been badly beaten.
Spokane Police tell KHQ the victim was camping in the area near the trail
SPOKANE, Wash. - With families going on vacation and kids out of school, the summer months are typically slow for the Inland Northwest Blood Center and that's the reason for their biggest blood drive of the year. Tuesday at the blood center James Curran sat down in a familiar chair
SPOKANE, WASH. - City officials say they are optimistic that there will be a new Chief of Police hired in the month of August. On Monday, KHQ reported Indianapolis Public Safety Director Frank Straub applied for the job. That's one of 13 applicants for the position, so today we tried to
Fourth of July – Riverfront Park – Independence Day festival. Spokane Jazz Orchestra, free Children's Meadow by Numerica Credit Union, First Night Rising Stars Stage, fireworks display at dusk by Larry H. Miller dealerships. Nonsmoking event, except in designated areas; no
ALEX ROZIER: I've confirmed that the 2-year-old Moses Lake alleged child abuse case is now in the hands of the prosecutors office. The Grant County Sheriff's Office has completed its investigation, and at this time no arrests have been made. The 2-year-old remains on life support but