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Bicyclist Killed on Idaho Highway in West Idaho
NAMPA, Idaho (KLIX)-A 69-year-old man was killed while riding a bicycle Saturday afternoon north of Nampa. According to Idaho State Police, George Grant was riding the shoulder of US Highway 20, in Canyon County at a little after 3 p.m. when he was hit by a Jeep, driven by Sherri Sass of Garden City
Gritman to host teddy bear clinic
Gritman Medical Center will host its annual Teddy Bear Clinic 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday throughout Gritman's downtown campus located at 700 S. Main St., Moscow. Children and their parents can tour the hospital and visit educational stations hosted by Gritman departments, emergency response organizations
Was the visitor from Idaho right about Portland’s downtown?
A recent letter writer from Lewiston, Idaho, chastised Portland leaders after a downtown stay for a concert. He sarcastically wrote:. What a great place for tourists and families with children to visit. Drunks on every street corner. Tent cities with trash everywhere. Open drug deals and usage. Folk
UI to build meat science and innovation center
The University of Idaho unveiled plans Monday to begin a two-year fundraising and construction project for an $8 million meat science and innovation center at the Moscow campus.
Idaho Attorney General reviews proposed minimum wage, medical pot initiatives
BOISE — The Idaho Attorney General's office has completed reviews of both the proposed minimum wage and medical marijuana initiatives -- intended for the state ballot in the November 2020 general election.
'Big Idaho Potato' will soon become a hotel
After crisscrossing America to promote the virtues of the Idaho Potato, a steel-and-plaster spud the size of a small house is being converted into a place to stay in a field southeast of Boise, the gem state's capital.
Bands to compete in Rendezvous in the Park showcase
The 15th annual Rendezvous in the Park Showcase will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, 508 S. Main St., Moscow. The fundraising event will feature six bands competing for three spots opening for the Rendezvous in the Park concerts July 18-20. Attendees will select two
Idaho Falls man admits to hiding camera in bathroom
An Idaho Falls man was arrested after he admitted to hiding his phone in a bathroom to record a teenage girl. According to the probable cause affidavit, the victim discovered the phone several times when she visited the home of Dean Alexander Spiringer, 36. Spiringer also admitted to recording an ad
Arbor Day celebration set for Friday
The city of Moscow, the Moscow Tree Commission and Gritman Medical Center will celebrate Arbor Day with a ceremony highlighting the health benefits of trees at 11 a.m. Friday at The Pearl Bistro, located on the second floor of GMC's new medical office building, 803 S. Main St., Moscow.
Idaho Falls man arraigned for shooting wife in legs
An Idaho Falls man is in jail after he admitted to shooting his wife Saturday in the legs during an argument. Andrew Wilson, 23, was charged with aggravated battery, punishable with up to 15 years in prison. The Bonneville County Prosecutor's Office filed a deadly weapon enhancement with the charge,
Pullman nurses express disappointment at Washington Sen. Walsh's comments
PULLMAN, Wash. — Nurses and staff members at Pullman Regional Hospital expressed disappointment with Washington state Senator Maureen Walsh (R-Walla Walla) following the lawmaker's viral comments about nurses at rural hospitals.
Polls close for Pullman special election today
Tuesday is the last day Pullman residents can vote on a special election ballot, which will decide on a $29.1 million bond for a project at Pullman Regional Hospital. Megan Guido, PRH director of marketing, said the project will cost about $40 million, and will be partially funded by the $29.1 milli
Pitbull ‘raised from the dead' looking for fur-ever home in N. Idaho
SANDPOINT, Idaho - Lazaruff has not lived an easy life. The orange-colored adult Pitbull was found near dead last summer in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, weighing just 19 pounds. Lazaruff, named after the Biblical character who rose from the dead, was found covered in flies, hungry and dehydrated.
Idaho, Oregon sign off on Hells Canyon Complex settlement agreement
Idaho and Oregon have both signed off on a settlement agreement for the Hells Canyon Complex, Gov. Brad Little announced today, marking a major step toward Idaho Power’s quest for reauthorization to operate three Snake River dams. The company and the two states have been working since 2005 to resolv
AMBER Alert issued for abducted child
BOISE — Idaho State Police officials have issued an AMBER Alert for an abducted child from Spokane County, Washington. The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office said Ethan Robertson, 5, is was last seen at 12808 East Blossey Avenue, in Spokane Valley and is believed to be in danger.
Crews respond to house fire
Three Lewiston fire engines and a Clarkston engine responded when the top floor of an unoccupied multilevel home caught fire Monday on the 1400 block of Eighth Street in Lewiston.
When Idaho had a mail-order Messiah
When we began research for our Idaho Public Television documentary on Psychiana, we found a poignant photo in the Ott Collection at the University of Idaho. The year is 1928 or 1929. The photo shows the Corner Drug Store, at Third and Main streets in Moscow. To the left is Charlie Bolles, the promin
You May See Or Hear F-18 Fighter Jets In Idaho Skies This Week
If you were around Twin Falls in the summer of 2008 or 2012 then you know how loud the military jets can be when they fly through the Idaho skies. If you weren't around for either of those airshows in Twin Falls you may get a small taste of what it was like this week. The Idaho Air National Guard is
Whitman County Deputies Attend Memorial Today
COLFAX, WA – Several members of the Whitman County Sheriff’s Office are headed to Portland today to attend the memorial service for Deputy Justin DeRosier. He was killed in the line of duty April 14th. DeRosier was most recently a Cowlitz County Deputy, but he started his law enforcement career with
MHS baseball team cruises on Senior Day
Playing the final regular-season home game of their high-school careers, three Bear seniors roared to a Senior Day victory as the Moscow High baseball team took off in the sixth inning for a nonleague 10-1 win over visiting Grangeville on Monday.