SPOKANE, Wash.- On Friday, Spokane City Councilman Ben Stuckart found himself the subject of a possible ethics violation for leaking what city officials are calling a highly confidential email. City officials say Stuckart forwarded an email that dealt with pending litigation about a lawsuit against the city. >>INSIDE: Read Ben Stuckart's entire statement
SPOKANE, Wash. - Idaho says sex offenders must turn off their porch lights on Halloween to keep kids from knocking on their doors when trick or treating. Texas says sex offenders must keep a sign on their yard during the holiday that says "no candy at this home". But none of those laws apply to Washington. In fact, there are no residency restrictions for sex offenders at all.
SPOKANE, Wash. - A 14-year-old student at Chase Middle School was expelled Thursday after she threatened at least two other students, according to the school district. After administrators found out, they "emergency expelled" the teen. Meanwhile, the school resource officer is investigating and a school psychologist will do a full review of the teen and meet with her family.