Randy Harris speaks at the sentencing for Theresa Wiltse in Benton County Superior Court in Kennewick. Wiltse killed and kidnapped his wife, Sandra Harris, in November 2016. The former corrections officer will spend the rest of her life behind bars for the crimes.
Police in Natick, Massachusetts, said they were seeking two women on suspicion of shoplifting after a store’s CCTV caught them using a “lingerie leg hammock” to steal clothes. Video posted on the Natick Police Department Facebook page shows the women placing several items into a large bag between one of the suspect’s legs, which was concealed with a long skirt. The Facebook post read, “This is the first time I’ve seen what looks like a full sized laundry bag strapped to the insides of a pair of legs. Booster bags, booster girdle, even false bottom suitcases, never a lingerie leg hammock.”
National Rifle Association executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre said opponents of gun rights "hate individual freedoms" and want to eliminate the 2nd Amendment. LaPierre spoke at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland.
Drivers stopped at a red light at 27th Avenue and Ely Street in Kennewick on Thursday afternoon saw an attempted escape. A horse seized on a chance to break free from its trailer when a door popped open in the middle of traffic near Heritage nursery.
But he (or she) didn’t get far before his owner jumped out and corralled him with the help of some other drivers.
Franklin Prosecutor Shawn Sant requests Judge Alex Ekstrom keep $1 million bail in place for murder suspect Adan Virgen-Ponce at a hearing in Franklin County Superior Court. Virgen-Ponce is suspected in the 2010 fatal stabbing of Froilan Godines outside a Pasco nightclub. Ekstrom upheld the bail amount until the Feb. 27 arraignment.
Nikolas Cruz appears in open court for the first time on Monday, Feb. 19, 2018, during a status hearing before Broward Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer. Cruz is facing 17 charges of premeditated murder in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
Battalion Chief Ron Duncan of the Richland Fire Department tells about the early morning fire that caused extensive damage to a home at 118 High Meadows St. in south Richland. No one was injured in the blaze.
Though there is no single profile for school shooters, people at risk for hurting themselves or others often exhibit warning signs before committing acts of violence. Knowing the signs can help prevent crimes and get people the help they need.
Ben Bennight of D’Iberville contacted the FBI about a comment on one of his YouTube videos in September. That comment was made by someone with the same name as the man accused in the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Florida. Bennight, a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, said “evil people will do evil things,” and guns are not to blame.
Suspect Tara Schock, 29, of Richland crashes into a parked van at the intersection of 14th Avenue and Hassalo Street during an early morning police pursuit. The chase started when Kennewick police officers attempted a traffic stop and the car sped over the cable bridge. Pasco officers joined the chase until she wrecked into a parked van. Reports say she has a suspended license and was arrested for eluding. Officers also found a package containing a white crystal substance in her vehicle.