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Tensions Mount Over 'Vandal Alert,' Forced Leave of University of Idaho Professor

When the University of Idaho began a new semester in mid-January, Denise Bennett was known on campus simply as a tenured journalism and mass media professor. But by Jan. 25, when university officials placed Bennett on administrative leave, she was the talk of the campus. Less than a week later, univ


Moscow tattoo artist upgrades shop

Harry and Lloyd’s tattoo shop moved to a new location in Moscow Wednesday. “It is double the size of what it originally was,” Owner Thad Froio said. “I now have room to do the finance part, the appointment making, and the tattoos in another room — it’s amazing.”


New police station up to voters

Moscow residents will vote May 21 on a 10-year, $9.64 million general obligation bond to fund the construction of a police station and remodeling of city buildings. The Moscow City Council approved the bond ordinance Tuesday night.


Quinnett’s late dunk ignites Moscow in opener of district title game

COEUR D’ALENE — Gabe Quinnett’s highlight-reel dunk over a 6-foot-9 defender seemed to be just the spark the Moscow boys’ basketball team needed, as the Bears sprinted ahead in the fourth quarter of Game 1 of the Idaho Class 4A District I-II championship series Tuesday evening at North Idaho College



On Monday, February 18, 2019, at approximately 8:56 P.M., Idaho State Police investigated a two-vehicle fatality crash on westbound Interstate 84 at milepost 199.6, west of Burley, ID.


Idaho ‘Real’ ID, Star Card necessary for travel starting in 2020

Now may be the time to start thinking about renewing or updating your current identification. After Oct. 1, 2020, to board a commercial flight, enter a military base, a restricted federal building, or a government laboratory, everyone will need a federally recognized credential, such as a passport/p


No reduced sentence for Moscow murders, Eyman swivels and swipes in video, and other headlines

The Spokane Police Department was supposed to update its use-of-force policy before the end of last year, but legal review and the sheer size of the shift seem to have held up the transition process.


Idaho Nurse Says Kelsey Berreth Was Beaten To Death Before Incinerated

The story of Kelsey Berreth and her death starts to unfold in court and it's uglier than we imagined. Krystal Lee Kenney, the Idaho nurse involved says she helped Patrick Frazee clean up the “horrific” crime scene after she said he murdered his fiancee Kelsey Berreth. Kenney also says she intentiona

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Three to four inches of snow on the way, more in North Idaho

SPOKANE, Wash. - The next round of snow will arrive in the Spokane area Tuesday afternoon and it won't stop until Wednesday afternoon. While the Spokane area can expect three to four inches of snow by the end of the storm, Coeur d'Alene could see up to six inches of snow.


Federal judge in Idaho denies company’s bid to get back truck it says is filled with hemp

A federal judge on Tuesday denied a Colorado company’s request for a preliminary injunction to force Idaho State Police to release a semitrailer that it says is filled with industrial hemp, which it claims is deteriorating and losing value.


Winter storm to hit eastern Idaho Tuesday night and Wednesday

IDAHO FALLS — A winter storm will bring more snow to eastern Idaho starting Tuesday night and all day Wednesday. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for nearly all of Idaho, including the following eastern Idaho counties: Bonneville, Madison, Fremont, Teton, Jefferson,


Idaho man charged in fatal 2017 Jerome County crash

JEROME, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — An Idaho man faces involuntary manslaughter and driving under the influence charges following a fatal December 2017 head-on collision in Jerome County. According to a probable cause affidavit, the driver had Fentanyl and Ketamine in his system. His blood alcohol level cam


Missing woman update: Idaho woman who hid evidence had affair with Frazee

A woman who has pleaded guilty to helping hide evidence during the investigation into a Colorado woman's disappearance told police that she was in a romantic relationship with the man now charged in his fiancee's death.


Sunday's alleged aggravated assault, in context with Idaho's domestic violence and gun laws

BOISE — Proposed state legislation that failed last session sought to take guns out of situations like an alleged domestic violence incident that happened in Meridian over the weekend.


Idaho is home to ‘an incredible playground’ for this unusual winter sport

When you ski or ride fast enough down a mountain, wind in your face and nothing slowing you down, it can feel a bit like flying. And when you strap into your skis or snowboard and harness yourself to a 15-foot-wide kite, flying is exactly what you’ll do. The practice, aptly called snowkiting, takes


Dunk sparks Bears’ surge past Hawks

COEUR D’ALENE — Gabe Quinnett’s highlight-reel dunk over a 6-foot-9 defender seemed to be just the spark the Moscow boys’ basketball team needed, as the Bears sprinted ahead in the fourth quarter of Game 1 of the Idaho Class 4A District I-II championship series Tuesday evening at North Idaho College


Costco Looking To Open Another Idaho Location

I can not wait for Costco to open in Meridian at Chinden and Ten Mile and now it looks like Costco is eyeing another Idaho location. Idaho Falls could see a Costco coming to town. According to the Idaho State Journal, Costco has been eluding the Idaho Falls area for years but due to the explosive gr

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Schools to start late Wednesday in Lewiston-Clarkston Valley

Lewiston School District officials announced late this evening that school will start two hours late Wednesday due to hazardous road conditions, and buses will run two hours late. Morning preschool is canceled.


Moratorium may be put on Whitman County pot farms

Whitman County commissioners will speak with the county prosecutor about possibly establishing a moratorium on future marijuana facilities after numerous people voiced their opposition to a proposed marijuana processing and grow operation outside Pullman.


Clarkston man faces assault charges for allegedly threatening worker

ASOTIN — A Clarkston man is being held at the Asotin County Jail for allegedly threatening to kill a CenturyLink employee and chasing him with a shovel on the 1200 block of Elm Street.