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Racing Leads To Crash On South Hill

SPOKANE, Wash. -Spokane Police say speed and alcohol played a factor in an accident on Spokane's South Hill at 29th and Pittsburg that sent one woman to the hospital and landed two drivers in jail. According to authorities, two Audis were racing in the westbound lanes of 29th when they crossed over Full story

Major Power Outage In Spokane; Trampoline To Blame?

SPOKANE, Wash. - Approximately 11,000 Avista customers in Northeast Spokane lost power around 4:00 Saturday afternoon when a trampoline blew into the electrical substation which serves the area. Crews were dispatched to the substation, and the power is expected to be restored by 9:00 PM. Boundaries Full story

ALERT: Patients Sickened By Bacteria At Sacred Heart

SPOKANE, Wash. – Authorities at Sacred Heart are passing out bottled water to patients after preliminary culture results tested positive for legionella bacteria. Full story

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Harpham Pleads Not Guilty To New Charges

MLK parade bomber suspect pleads not guilty

UPDATE: Missing Spokane Man Found

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Federal Authorities: MLK Bomb Was Hate Crime

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Feds resist efforts to unseal Spokane bomb records


  Spokane bomb suspect charged with hate crime

Rachel Maddow reports breaking news that the suspect in the attempted bombing on the MLK Day parade in Spokane, Washington has been charged with a hate crime.

  It's all happening now

Bill Wolff, executive producer for the Rachel Maddow Show, gives us a preview of tonight's show - first, breaking news out of Wisconsin, where the state senate as suddenly stripped public workers of collective bargaining rights, plus Michael Moore is here to discuss the implications of the protests,

  Extremists considered in bomb investigation

Rachel Maddow updates viewers on the story of attempted bombing in Spokane, Washington and talks with New York Times columnist Bob Herbert about the dangerous rise of violent extremism in America.

  We can't believe it's happening

Bill Wolff, executive producer for the Rachel Maddow Show, shares the rundown of tonight's show, which includes a long-awaited interview with Michael Steele, former RNC chairman, plus an update on the Spokane bomb investigation, and finally a small reminder for (and by) Sen. Joe Lieberman

  Second suspicious package found in Spokane

Investigators in Spokane, Wash., have discovered a suspicious suitcase on a city sidewalk. This comes after a backpack containing explosives was found during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in the same area. NBC's Pete Williams reports.

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Kevin William Harpham
Kevin William Harpham

In this undated handout photo provided by KXLY 4 News, bombing suspect Kevin William Harpham is shown. Harpham, who has ties to a white supremacist organization, was arrested Wednesday, March 9, 2011, on charges that he left a bomb along a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade route in Spokane, Wash. Ha

New Mexico State v Michigan State
New Mexico State v Michigan State

SPOKANE - MARCH 19: Chris Allen #3 of the Michigan State Spartans shoots against the New Mexico State Aggies during the first round of the 2010 NCAA men's basketball tournament at the Spokane Arena on March 19, 2010 in Spokane, Washington. Michigan State defeated New Mexico State 70-67.