Breaking News from Moscow ID
Find the latest Moscow ID News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.
Fix it, don't trash it, at Moscow's first Repair Café
Only a handful of people turned out for Moscow's first ever Repair Café - an event that brings local tinkerers and tailors together to fix the community's possessions - but organizer Jackie Carter is not discouraged.The inaugural event, hosted by Moscow Public Library, took place Saturday in Moscow'
Woman pleads innocent to murder by reason of insanity
COLFAX, Wash. (AP) - A woman accused of fatally shooting a Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, man in Colfax, Washington, has pleaded innocent by reason of insanity.
Legendary WSU broadcaster Bob Robertson retires
PULLMAN, Wash - Midway through his 52nd season calling games for Washington State University, legendary broadcaster Bob Robertson announced his retirement Monday, effective immediately.
Idaho Inmates to Help Plant Sagebrush at Burn Area
BOISE, Idaho (KLIX) Female inmates at a Boise correctional facility will help plant sagebrush seedlings they've been growing to help restore burned areas in Idaho. According to the Idaho Department of Corrections, inmates at the South Boise Women's Correctional Center are involved in a joint program
Partially restored trolley was used in the valley during the 1920’s
The trolley is partially restored, and when it’s completed, it will rest on railroad rails.
Blotter Fodder: But was it Little Bo Peep who found the lost sheep?
About 20 sheep got loose twice last week on U.S. Highway 95 near the bottom of the Lewiston Hill. The first round of wooly wanderers were ushered back where they belonged. The second day, a passerby saw the herd blocking traffic near the same place and the impromptu shepherd was able to “shoosh” the
Credit union moving into old Nissan dealership in Moscow
Idaho Central Credit Union announced it will construct its first Moscow location this summer on the site of the defunct Nissan dealership on the edge of the University of Idaho campus, located at 525 W. Third Ave.While the company has 36 branches throughout the state, CEO Kent Oram said the Moscow-L
10 things you need to know about College GameDay heading to Pullman
PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University fans rejoice! If you haven’t already heard the news, ESPN’sCollege GameDaywill be making its way to Pullman Saturday for the Coug’s match against the University of Oregon Ducks.
The Breakfast Club turns 20
Kevin and Lori Clary remember their first hours as owners of The Breakfast Club on Moscow's Main Street 20 years ago.They remember which booth they sat in as they waited for their first customers to show up. They remember their presence in the restaurant caught the attention of some hungry visitors
State police respond to crashes involving 10 vehicles on Southeast Idaho interstate in less than 24-hour span
State police reported, "Cory Ihler, 49, of Malad City, was driving northbound on Interstate 15 near milepost 78 in a 2002 GMC pickup pulling a utility trailer with a UTV on the trailer. Lucas Stokes, 27, of Pingree, was also driving northbound on Interstate 15 behind Ihler in a 2011 Kia Optima. Stok
Moscow Participates in International Walk to School Day
"I've got other schools McDonald, the charter school, Lena Whitmore and West Park that I’ll be visiting as well,” said Lambert.
For first time ever, GameDay headed to Pullman
The three-hour program will begin at 6 a.m., and the game itself starts at 4:30 p.m. at Martin Stadium, to be televised by FOX.
All aboard the Idaho Falls Train Show
"Part of it is that trains are so big and it's a mechanical thing and a lot of people really enjoy looking at trains and they've grown up with trains," said David Shaw, coordinator of the trains how. "There's a history of trains in this area. A lot of people's grandparents worked on the railroad. Po
Hunters are reminded to stop at check stations | East Idaho News
IDAHO FALLS – Check stations are a great way for Fish and Game staff to talk to hundreds of hunters, and hunters should feel free to ask questions, or make suggestions about season changes. Our goal is to get the data we need, answer your questions, and get you on your way quickly.
Our View We got it wrong. And we sincerely apologize
About two weeks ago, in an editorial, we asked Whitman County Prosecutor Denis Tracy to clear up some confusion surrounding his office's recent decision to not pursue criminal charges against a former Washington State University student accused of rape.Based on the information the editorial board ha
Woman taken to EIRMC following two vehicle crash near Swan Valley | East Idaho News
Angela Krueger, 41, of Alpine, Wyoming was driving eastbound on US 26 in a 2000 Toyota Camry. Joel Handy, 62, of Rexburg was also driving eastbound in a 2018 Volvo Semi when the 2000 Toyota Camry side swiped his vehicle, drove off the road and rolled. Krueger was ejected. Handy was wearing a seatbel
Colfax slaying suspect claims insanity
Ashley D. Myers, who is accused of shooting to death a Coeur d’Alene man in Colfax, pleaded innocent by reason of insanity to a murder charge Friday.
UI professor to discuss U.S. Supreme Court at Moscow forum Tuesday
MOSCOW — Richard Seamon will discuss “The U.S. Supreme Court Without Spin” at the League of Women Voters of Moscow forum scheduled for 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Great Room of the 1912 Center, 412 E. Third St., Moscow.
From footwear to phones: Verizon moving into former Payless site
The building is undergoing a renovation now as part of the conversion to a Cellular Sales store, said Jim Martin, Cellular Sales Northwest regional director.
Gun in car – a 'careless mistake' - lands Idaho teen 4 months in jail
Yes, he did, the 18-year-old Brovont replied. The Idaho resident had his unloaded .22-caliber handgun on the back seat.