Green River Killer HEADLINES
Dave Reichert, King County sheriff, is running for Congress.
To loosen the mental bolts Gary Leon Ridgway fastened over his deepest secrets, his interrogators used everything from threats of death to the promise of fish and chips.
On a recording made 19 years ago, Gary Ridgway's voice sounds flatter than stale beer.
A real estate salesman hopes to make a few bucks on a car once owned by Green River serial killer Gary Ridgway.
King County deputies searched an area near Federal Way on Saturday, looking for more remains of victims of the Green River Killer.
King County wants $10.49 million from the Legislature to help cover the 2003 costs of prosecuting Green River serial killer Gary Ridgway as well as 28 other aggravated first-degree murder cases.
King County medical examiners are working to identify a human skull found in Kent, police said.
The prosecutor who struck a bargain to spare serial killer Gary Ridgway's life passionately defended his decision Friday as a state House committee considered bills that would rein in prosecutors' power to make such deals.
Lawyers for a man charged with killing a Des Moines police officer say he shouldn't face the death penalty because the infamous Green River Killer didn't.
With Green River Killer Gary Leon Ridgway in prison for life, legal fallout from the plea bargain that spared his life has come back to haunt some Western Washington prosecutors.
Green River Killer Gary Leon Ridgway has been moved to the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla, bypassing the normal intake process that would have required him to be taken to the state corrections center in Shelton first.
Jose Malvar Jr. watched the man who murdered his sister and 47 other women receive a sentence that guarantees he will die behind bars, but Malvar still seethes with rage forged over two decades of frustration.
Matthew Ridgway remembers his father as a relaxed man who never yelled and who took him camping, taught him to play baseball and always showed up for school concerts and soccer practices.
Four women, long believed to be victims of the Green River Killer, are still missing.
WALLA WALLA - Soon, Gary Leon Ridgway likely will call this home - the state's largest prison, with its wire-topped fences, 15 towers with armed guards and the nickname "Concrete Mama" for its ability, like a mother, to draw men back again and again.
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