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Video evidence contradicts University of Idaho football player’s account in rape case
Video evidence contradicts the account University of Idaho football player Kyree Curington told police last week after he was accused of rape. That’s according to the probable cause affidavit Moscow police filed in Curington’s Latah County court case.
Cities around the Palouse sending out the snowplows
December means it is time for city snowplows to hit the road to keep the arterials clear of snow and ice, often in the odd hours of the night and morning. The city of Pullman announced it is extending its snow plows services from 2 a.m. to midnight this week in anticipation of the snowy weather. A t
Get Out and Do It: Your three-day forecast
Free Cookies - 9 a.m.-3 a.m., Insomnia Cookies, 902 NE Colorado St., Pullman. In celebration of National Cookie Day, Insomnia Cookies will hand out a free cookie to every customer who walks in the store. Guests can also enter the "Win Cookies for a Year" sweepstakes at insomniacookies.com.
Medicaid expansion on new legislators' minds
Just like the months leading up to the November general election, Medicaid expansion was once again the center of discussion among Idaho's three newly elected 5th District legislators Tuesday night.
Impact from crash along Highway 95 flips truck onto its top
LAPWAI, ID — Idaho State Police responded to a crash on Highway 95, south of the Lapwai city limits Tuesday afternoon. The driver of a pickup was heading towards Culdesac when he veered off the road. The pickup came to a rest on the side of the road.
Idaho Transportation Department moves forward with U.S. 95 expansion
MOSCOW — After years of litigation, the Idaho Transportation Department is moving forward with plans to expand U.S. Highway 95 to two lanes in each direction from Thorncreek Road to Moscow.
Graduates urged to begin new journey
Graduates of Washington State University and the University of Idaho were all assured that while their commencement ceremony may feel like the end of a journey, it is actually the beginning of another.
Santa to visit Sunnyside Hill tonight
The Pullman Lion's Club will be sending out Santa and his sleigh Wednesday night to visit the city of Pullman, spread holiday cheer and hand out candy canes to children. At 5:30 p.m., Santa will be north of Center Street on Sunnyside Hill, which includes the neighborhoods of the Colfax Highway, Gold
Bears take first step to win championship
CLARKSTON - Moscow wrestling coach Pat Amos wasn't too pleased with his grapplers' showing last week against Timberlake. He said they "didn't really wrestle." Plus, because his brother, Kelly, heads the Tigers, Amos now has to fork up a steak dinner, a tradition in his family.
Colfax traffic stop leads to multiple prostitution arrests
COLFAX, WA- Authorities have made multiple prostitution related arrests in Colfax over the weekend. It started when Colfax Police made a traffic stop. They found out a 19 year old female passenger was advertising prostitution services online.
Idaho woman killed in Highway 95 crash near casino
LEWISTON, Idaho (CBS 2) — A 67-year-old Idaho woman was killed Monday after a crash along Highway 95 in northern Idaho. Idaho State Police says Iona R. McConville of Lapwai was attempting to make a left hand turn from the south entrance of the Clearwater Casino to head south on Highway 95 when she f
Highway 95 expansion a go - again
After years of litigation, the Idaho Transportation Department is moving forward with plans to expand U.S. Highway 95 to two lanes in each direction from Thorncreek Road to Moscow.
Latah Co. man donates land to be used as park after he dies
LATAH COUNTY, Idaho — Thanks to the generosity of a local resident, new park could be in the future of those living in and around Moscow. Last week, Latah County Commissioners reportedly signed off on a gift deed from Latah County resident Reo Lloyd, 69. Lloyd had said he plans on giving the county
‘Relived to be back on the road’
Hawthorne Roots revisits John's Alley tonight, playing with the Drunken Hearts. Hawthorne Roots may not be Moscow natives, but they are definitely familiar with the Palouse. They will play at John’s Alley Tavern 9:30 p.m. tonight, making it the band’s fourth appearance at the Sixth Street bar, said
House Fire North of Moscow
Firefighters from the Moscow Volunteer Rural Fire District work to extinguish a house fire and prevent it from spreading to nearby trees on Friday at 1025 Tolo Trail Road north of Moscow. The fire reportedly started in the garage on the first floor of of the three story house. The house was fully en
Lapwai mayor dies in crash near casino
The mayor of Lapwai was the victim of a fatal crash that occurred near the south entrance of the Clearwater River Casino & Lodge Monday afternoon. Mayor Iona "Ruth" McConville, 67, of Lapwai, died as a result of her injuries at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, according to the Idaho S
University of Idaho football player charged with rape
MOSCOW, Idaho - A University of Idaho football player is being investigated for an on-campus rape. Kyree Curington bonded out of the Latah County Jail following his first court appearance Monday morning.
Get Out and Do It: Your two-day forecast
Christmas Potluck and Gift Exchange - 5-9 p.m., Eagles Lodge, 123 N. Main St., Moscow. Potluck meal at 6 p.m., bring a dish to share. Gift exchange at 7 p.m., gift should be a $15 value or less. Christmas basket raffle available.
Washington State’s Andre Dillard earns third team All-American recognition from Associated Press
PULLMAN – Expect a few more awards to trickle in for the Washington State football team as All-American teams are announced throughout the week. For the Cougars, the first of those came on Monday morning, when senior left tackle Andre Dillard was named a third team All-American by the Associated Pre
The man, the myth, the mustache
From the start of the season, Gardner Minshew II stole the hearts of nearly all students and fans of Cougar football. As his final season playing college football comes to an end, the quarterback is grateful that his last year of college football was spent here in Pullman.