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The attorney for "Barefoot Bandit" Colton Harris-Moore says his client will plead guilty to one burglary count stemming from an international crime spree for which Harris-Moore is already serving prison time. Attorney John Henry Browne says Harris-
A hearing began Monday in Mount Vernon to determine whether a man who killed a sheriff's deputy and five other people in a 2008 Skagit County shooting rampage will be moved from a mental hospital to a state prison to serve a life sentence. The state
More than 3 ½ years after Isaac Zamora went on a rampage in his rural Skagit County neighborhood, killing six people, including a sheriff's deputy and a friend, prosecutors and defense attorneys are preparing for what may be the final legal battle in
The murder trial of Michiel Oakes, accused of killing dog-trainer-to-the-stars Mark Stover in a love/hate triangle, lasted most of a month, watched closely by an American TV and newspaper audience tuned to the daily revelations of a complicated small-
United General Hospital is considering a more official alliance with PeaceHealth, the nonprofit that runs St...The two organizations began working together in early 2009 to supplement the limited services offered at United General's rural hospital.
Mark Stover, a charismatic dog trainer with a who's-who list of clients, was murdered by his ex-wife's boyfriend, a Skagit County deputy prosecutor said in court Wednesday morning...Mark Stover, a charismatic dog trainer with a who's-who list of
Recent changes in Canada's tax system do not entitle Canadians to a sales tax exemption in Washington state, a Skagit County judge ruled today. Skagit County Superior Court Judge Michael Rickert ordered the state Department of Revenue to tell
tool goes here Three-and-a-half years have passed since Dawn Ruger disappeared from Skagit County...More than a year later, authorities knew where her body had been dumped...Price, confessed in May 2008 and led investigators to Rugers remains.
Pamela Radcliffe held a poster-sized photo of her husband in court Monday as she turned to the man who murdered him. “Do you know who this is?” Radcliffe asked Isaac L. Zamora, who was sentenced in Skagit County Superior Court to a life of
Skagit County Superior Court Judge Mike Rickert granted multiple murder defendant Isaac Zamora’s lawyers a second three-week extension Wednesday to complete a document intended to persuade the Skagit County prosecutor to not seek the death penalty.