SPOKANE, Wash. - Investigators released new details in an officer-involved shooting that happened near a Spokane convenience store over the weekend.
The man shot once in the leg by police after refusing to put down what looked like a real firearm, turned out to be holding a "
By JIM VERTUNOAssociated Press
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas A&M University System will be the home of one of three national biodefense centers to help the country quickly develop vaccines in the event of a pandemic and strategies for responding to bioterrorism
By CARLA K. JOHNSONAP Medical Writer
CHICAGO (AP) - A Chicago man filed a federal lawsuit Monday claiming an Illinois jail prevented him from taking his prescribed HIV medications for a week, harming his health and violating his constitutional rights.
By JIM SALTERAssociated Press
ST. LOUIS (AP) - William S. Knowles, a longtime chemist who shared the Nobel Prize for discoveries that led to a treatment for Parkinson's disease and various other medicines, has died, his daughter said Monday. He was 95.
By LAURA CRIMALDIAssociated Press
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Federal authorities said Monday that they plan to seek the death penalty in the case of an inmate at the center of a legal tug-of-war between Rhode Island's governor and federal prosecutors.
By MATTHEW PERRONEAP Health Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - The toxic side effects of an experimental cancer drug from Onyx Pharmaceuticals may outweigh its benefits for patients with a type of blood cancer, federal health regulators said Monday.
The Food and Drug
UPDATE: Aubrey has arrived at Harborview and is in the ICU Burn Unit.
UPDATE: Authorities say the victim has been identified as 56-year-old Craig Aubrey.
FIRST ON KHQ: SPOKANE, Wash. - Right now fire crews are mopping up after an early morning structure fire in northwest Spokane
By The Associated PressBy DAVID MCHUGH and MENELAOS HADJICOSTIS
ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Greece's election result has eased fears of imminent financial disaster for Europe, but the continent's leaders are still searching for a way to contain a debt crisis that threatens the
By GEORGE JAHN and VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV
MOSCOW (AP) - Iran became more adamant Monday that the world must ease the sanctions choking off its oil sales before it will curb activities that could be used to make nuclear arms, diplomats said.
By NANCY BENACAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney can speak with authority when they complain that their words have been taken out of context. They've not only been victims of the tactic, they've also used it to