The FBI is expected to have more than 300 active criminal probes into last week’s deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol and that number could increase “exponentially” by the end of the weekend, Justice Department officials said Friday.
…making it tougher for police to look for future attacks.
After big tech companies kicked Trump off Twitter and shut down right-wing social network Parler, extremist groups are moving to encrypted chat apps like Telegram. It's making it tougher for police to look for future attacks.
High levels of COVID-19 transmission continue in King County,…
High levels of COVID-19 transmission continue in King County, public health officials said Friday. They worry that a new variant of coronavirus, the dominant strain in the United Kingdom, could significantly worsen outbreaks here.
An organization that lobbies for the rights of blind people…
An organization that lobbies for the rights of blind people has formed a task force and hired an outside consultant after apologizing for allegations of sexual misconduct in its programs, which surfaced in an o
Not in modern times has an inauguration been staged amid such domestic turmoil\u00a0and in such close proximity to a deadly attack - on the very ground where Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris are set to be sworn in.
…Newsom says he is prepared to call in the California…
State and local law enforcement agencies are responding to last week’s insurrection in Washington, D.C., by rioters seeking to keep President Trump in office. Gov. Gavin Newsom says he is prepared to call in the California National Guard if needed.
Jacob Anthony Chansley was arrested and charged last week.
Jacob Anthony Chansley was arrested and charged last week. Prosecutors say he left a note for Vice President Mike Pence that read: It's only a matter of time, justice is coming. He has demanded organic meals and sought a pardon...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A Florida man was arrested Friday and charged with trying to organize an armed response to pro-President Donald Trump protesters expected at the state Capitol on Sunday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced.
…arrested and more about the charges they face and who they are.
Authorities are seeking information on dozens of individuals who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Here are some of the most notable figures who have been arrested and more about the charges they face and who they are.
By Katelyn Newberg / Las Vegas Review-Journal
North Las Vegas Fire Department fire equipment specialist Victor Mancilla administrates a COVID-19 vaccine to a city attorney office employee at the North Las Vegas Fire Department, on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021.
…talks with his client Anthony Carleo, center, in Clark County…
By David Ferrara / Las Vegas Review-Journal
In this Aug.25, 2011, file photo, attorney Bill Terry, right, talks with his client Anthony Carleo, center, in Clark County District Court in Las Vegas during his sentencing hearing in connection with the armed robbery of the Bellagio hotel-casino.
The remaining defendant in the deaths of 36 people killed in Oakland’s 2016 Ghost Ship warehouse fire, is expected to accept a plea deal that will keep him out of prison and save him from a second trial, a victim’s family member said.
Thank you for mentioning in “Black Washingtonians question disparate treatment in images of white extremists storming Capitol” that here in Washington state, we have also seen widely differing law enforcement responses to white protesters carrying guns...
One woman was on a bus in the University District and another was planting flowers next to the sidewalk in Belltown when…
One woman was on a bus in the University District and another was planting flowers next to the sidewalk in Belltown when the man assaulted them, according to the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.