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Update: Traffic completely blocked on Highway 12 east of Lewiston
Update: U.S. Highway 12 is completely blocked at milepost 19, near the Gifford Reubens Road intersection and not far from Myrtle, as Idaho State Police investigate a motorcycle crash.
Grangeville man killed in motorcycle accident on U.S. Route 12
LEWISTON, Idaho - A Grangeville man was killed Friday morning after he struck the guardrail on his motorcycle while riding on U.S. Route 12 near Myrtle, Idaho.
Judge allows evidence in slaying trial
Patrick J. Nuxoll, 56, is charged with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing a drinking buddy, David Cramer, 63, and killing him.
Sketch of Clarkston bank robbery suspect released
Lewis Clark Credit Union, at 1451 15th St. in Clarkston, was robbed at 5:20 p.m. Monday by a man who threatened to detonate a bomb if the teller did not comply with his demands. The suspect fled on a bike with an undisclosed amount of money, and no bomb or weapons were observed.
People advised not to swim, drink river water near Clarkston beach
Additional water samples will be taken Monday. The warning signs will remain in place until future tests reveal a return to safe levels of fecal coliform. Boating and fishing in nearby areas remain unaffected, however, fish caught in waters near the swim beach should be thoroughly cleaned and fully
Teen allegedly steals car, leads officers on chase
The 2006 Toyota car was reported stolen from Lapwai Wednesday afternoon, and deputies located it at 16th Avenue and 17th Street in Lewiston at about 11:30 p.m., according to a sheriff's office news release.
Brief: Apartments being built on Farm Road
Mike Ray, planning manager for the city, said the project includes two three-story buildings and 48 total apartments. There will be 12 one-bedroom units and 36 two-bedroom units.
Counterfeiter tries to pay using small bills
Last Friday, a man walked into the Third Street Stinker Station in Lewis ton and tried handing a store clerk three of different counterfeit bills. What’s surprising to police is that-it wasn’t $100 bill or even a $20, but a phony $5 bill.
Moscow man dies from injuries suffered in crash near Deary
Wyatt Yager, 20, of Moscow, died today according to a Sacred Heart Medical Center representatives.Yager was transported to Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane on Sunday after he was ejected from his vehicle on State Highway 8 west of Deary.
Kittens thrown from pickup truck near Spalding; one dead
SPALDING - An occupant of a red pickup truck allegedly threw several kittens from the vehicle's window, and one of the cats died.Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office deputies responded Wednesday to a report that a motorist was throwing the kittens from a truck. Reports didn't indicate how many cats wer
Student’s intellect, drive result in scholarships and grants | WSU Insider | Washington State University
PULLMAN, Wash. – WSU graduate student Xiaochi Ma is making waves early in his career in viticulture, the science of growing grapes.
Lewiston man allegedly sexually assaulted by an unidentified man on Levee Bypass
A news release from the Lewiston Police Department describes the suspect as a white man with dark hair, 6 feet, 3 inches tall and weighing about 250 pounds.
Asotin police chief responds to county’s policing suggestion
Asotin County Commissioner Chris Seubert answered the city’s proposal. The idea, a full takeover of the Asotin Police Department by the Asotin County Sheriff’s Office. And while it would likely save the city money in both the short and long run, Police Chief said a county takeover isn’t always the b
This Underground Restaurant In Idaho Is Like No Other Place You've Ever Eaten
Sometimes it’s the hole-in-the-wall type of restaurants that end up surprising us the most. That couldn’t be more true for this hidden eatery located in Lewiston, Idaho. This steakhouse may not be located in the most ideal location, but that hasn’t stopped people from coming to enjoy their delicious
Former riverboat host starts Astoria tour company
As a former host on the riverboat SS Legacy between Lewiston, Idaho, and Astoria, Bob Vinatieri remembers local historians coming aboard to lecture about the region’s history.
New clear bag policy implemented at Martin Stadium
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WSU Cougars announce new clear bag policy
"The addition of this policy is another effort to enhance the game day environment and provide the safest experience possible at Martin Stadium," said Chun. "This is in line with best practices throughout the country."Bags that are accepted include clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags that do not exceed
'Granny shot' proves a winner
Edythe Hulet of Olympia, Wash., attempts an underhand shot during the free-throw competition at the Lewis-Clark Summer Games on Thursday at Booth Hall in Lewiston. Hulet converted 15 of 25 shots to win her age class.Tribune/Pete Caster
Idaho man sentenced for pointing shotgun at woman's head | East Idaho News
COEUR D’ALENE — Aleck Walker, 25, of Lapwai, Idaho, was sentenced Tuesday to a total of 166 months in federal prison by United States District Court Judge David C. Nye, U.S. Attorney Bart M. Davis announced.
County steps in to possibly help alleviate Asotin’s budget constraints
A few months ago, we broke the news that the City of Asotin Police are severely understaffed. The city asked the Asotin County Sheriff’s Office for assistance, and Tuesday night a county commissioner unexpectedly answered that call. He said it could help with the city’s budget, but it does come with