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Convicted killer brought back to Lewiston to face new charges

A convicted killer captured in Kootenai County has been brought back to Lewiston to answer for charges alleging he beat a man two years ago. Steven Droogs, 41, is charged with felony counts of aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, disability or permanent disfigurement; burglary; and an enhan


Court documents: Lewiston man arrested for rape, posting videos online

A Lewiston man is facing multiple charges after investigators say he raped an unconscious woman and posted videos online. According to court documents, the victim contacted Nez Perce County deputies on January 12, and said a video of her having sex without her consent was posted online. She told inv


Lewiston man faces felonies for alleged rape, posting it online

Frank Cunningham, 33, of Lewiston is accused of raping a woman while she was unconscious, and then posting the videos online. According to court documents, on January 12th, 2018 a woman contacted the Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office after finding a pornographic video of herself online. She told law


Brief: Businesses set to move into Bishop Professional Building

One of the newest construction projects on Pullman's Bishop Boulevard will provide a new home to three businesses. The Bishop Professional Building on the corner of Bishop Boulevard and Harvest Drive is 6,300 square feet and two stories tall, and is expected to be completed by late summer, according

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-20 08:00:00

Dr. Universe: Why do some animals live in groups?

Foothill Knolls STEM Academy of Innovation Upland, Calif. Dear Mrs. Rubert and students, Fish swim in big schools. Baby ducks waddle in a straight line. Ants and bees divide up labor. The world is full of animals that live in groups and they do it for a few different reasons. For one, living in grou

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-20 08:00:00

Pullman community leaders stand with DACA

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories President Edmund Schweitzer III's signature appeared along with those of many other influential business owners - including Apple and Amazon CEOs Tim Cook and Mark Bezos - in an open letter Monday urging Congress to extend Obama-era protections for so-called dream

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-20 08:00:00

Three injured in U.S. Highway 12 crash

Three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Wednesday night on U.S. Highway 12 near Spalding. One of the vehicles, a Toyota Corolla, caught fire and was fully engulfed by the time Idaho State Police responded, shortly after 6 p.m. The three people in the Corolla - driver Karee L. Picard, 53, Fr


Brief: Hospital names new emergency medical services director

Dr. Cliff Lightfoot was named Thursday as the new Emergency Medical Services director for Pullman Regional Hospital. Lightfoot is currently an emergency medicine physician at PRH. In his new position, Lightfoot will be responsible for the medical oversight of quality and training with Pullman Fire E


Dispute over woman in Grand Terrace ends with victim shot in stomach, 19 year old arrested

A 19-year-old Grand Terrace man accused of shooting someone in the stomach in a dispute over a female Friday afternoon was arrested after returning to the scene later that night, sheriff's officials said. Suspect Marcos Cardenas was booked into the Central Detention Center in San Bernardino on suspi

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2018-01-21 21:32:59

Could Riverside County get its own Cal State campus?

For many in Riverside County, a Cal State degree comes with a major in long commutes. A local Cal State campus, county officials say, would let students focus more on learning and less on driving. But adding a 24th campus to the California State University system would require millions of dollars th

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-21 18:00:53

Riverside County deputy fires at suspect after San Diego-area pursuit ends in Temecula

A Riverside County sheriff's deputy shot at a person at the end of a pursuit in Temecula on Friday morning, July 19. It was not immediately clear whether anyone was hit by gunfire. The San Diego County Sheriff's Department announced the incident about noon in a Twitter message. A Riverside County sh


How do authorities, medical staff react to Perris torture case? Probably like everyone else

Disbelief, sadness, frustration, compassion. Those are among the likely reactions of first responders and hospital staff caring for the 13 siblings who authorities say were tortured and held captive by their parents, officials said. Riverside County sheriff's deputies who rescued the Turpin siblings

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-21 15:00:56

Youths taking part in Riverside Women's March say it's up to them to end hate

Seventeen-year-old Chase Traub has recently had to distance himself from relatives who don't respect his LGBTQ identity. "It's my own family members sometimes," said Traub, a student at Lakeside High School in Lake Elsinore. "It's someone you thought supported you your whole life and then you find o

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-21 02:54:41

Residents concerned about warehouse pitched for Riverside's Northside

Residents say a proposed 308,000-square-foot warehouse in Riverside's Northside neighborhood would mean the "agonizing death" of one of the city's oldest neighborhoods. They also say it wouldn't mesh with the city's plans for small stores in the area. However, city zoning allows for that kind of war

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-20 19:00:21

Val Verde schools will launch its own police force

Students in one Riverside County school district will be seeing a new security presence on campus - its own police officers. The change could happen within a year, when the Perris-based Val Verde Unified School District becomes the first in Riverside County to have its own police force. It will join

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-21 17:00:22

Man and woman arrested in connection with stolen car and stolen mail, Sheriff's Department says

Deputies from the Fontana Sheriff's Station are investigating an incident in which a man and woman were allegedly found in a stolen car and found to be in possession of stolen mail. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintSave A man and woman from San Bernardino were arrested in Fontana after allegedly being found

FONTANA HERALD NEWS - 2018-01-20 16:14:00

Lumberton woman charged following fatal shooting

Lumberton, N.C. - A woman has been charged following the shooting death of a 41-year-old man in Lumberton on Saturday. According to officials with the Lumberton Police Department, officers responded to an apartment building located at 518 E. 9th Street around 10 p.m. At the scene, they found the vic

WRAL - 2018-01-21 15:30:53

Pedestrian struck, killed in Fayetteville crash

According to officials with the State Highway Patrol, a pedestrian was walking in the roadway near Andrews Road and Countryside Drive around 10:30 p.m. when a pickup truck headed in the same direction struck him or her. The name of the pedestrian has not been released. Officials said no charges have

WRAL - 2018-01-21 12:58:00

Shutdown cancels North Carolina National Guard training

FORT BRAGG, N.C. - The federal government shutdown has scuttled plans for a National Guard training exercise at Fort Bragg. The post's civilian employees are also bracing for adverse effects if the standoff isn't resolved soon. The Fayetteville Observer reports that scores of soldiers from the North

WRAL - 2018-01-21 18:33:38

Woman arrested in Lumberton fatal shooting

LUMBERTON, NC (WNCN) - Authorities say officers responded to a report of a gunshot victim on East 9th Street shortly after 10:00 p.m. Saturday. Upon arrival, officers located the victim, 41 year-old Kenneth Wayne Bryant. Authorities say Bryant was deceased from what appeared to be a gunshot wound. W

WNCN.COM - 2018-01-21 18:31:46