SPOKANE, Wash. - Six spa owners who were arrested for prostitution and money laundering in what was the culmination of a year-long multi-agency investigation, dubbed Operation Redlight, were all released from jail just one day after their arrests.
Making their first appearances in Spokane
SAN PABLO, Calif. (AP) - A city councilman in Northern California says an attempt to say hello went sour when an unknown man knocked him out and later dumped him at a horse racing track.
The Contra Costa Times reports (http://bit.ly/O8g35f) that San Pablo City Councilman Paul Morris went to greet a
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Prosecutors in Missouri have charged the boyfriend in the case of a woman accused of abuse after police found her 10-year-old daughter locked in a closet and weighing 32 pounds.
Marcus R. Benson was charged Wednesday with two counts of child endangerment. Online court
By ELLIOT SPAGATAssociated Press
SAN DIEGO (AP) - A federal grand jury is investigating the death of an illegal immigrant from Mexico who was shot by U.S. border authorities with a stun gun, suggesting the government is considering criminal charges after more than two years of silence on the
EPHRATA, Wash. – Telephone scammers are calling PUD customers and
threating to shut off their electricity unless an immediate credit card payment
is made over the phone.
Customers from Grant, Douglas and Chelan county PUDs
have recently reported receiving calls. The scammers identify
JACKSON, Mich. (AP) - A woman said she kept the dead body of her companion in a chair in their southern Michigan house for months because she didn't want to be alone.
Linda Chase, 72, said she kept the remains of Charles Zigler clean and dressed and talked to the body while watching NASCAR on
SPOKANE, Wash. - On Wednesday The City of Spokane Prosecutors Office moved forward with prosecution of an upsetting case of animal cruelty. The arraignment of Laneva M. Erskine on nine counts of misdemeanor animal cruelty proceeded today.
"We want our community to know that we will
By COLLEEN LONGAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - A puzzling DNA match that appeared to link the 2004 killing of a New York City drama student and evidence collected this year from a protest affiliated with Occupy Wall Street was instead the result of a lab worker who handled both cases, a law
By LARRY MARGASAKAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - A fugitive murderer from New Jersey could be tried as a terrorist today because he helped hijack an airliner in 1972, a former FBI agent who worked on the case for 17 years said Wednesday.
R.J. Gallagher told Congress that George Wright,
By LARRY NEUMEISTERAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - An eyewear website operator was imprisoned without bail Wednesday after witnesses said he threatened them with murder or rape when they complained about eyeglass orders.
U.S. District Judge Richard Sullivan in Manhattan ordered Vitaly Borker, 36