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High-speed chase, search leads to arrest
A Spokane Valley, Wash., man was arrested hours after allegedly leading law enforcement on a high-speed chase that reached speeds of approximately 150 mph at about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday outside of Colfax along U.S. Highway 195.Emory Reeves, 33, was booked into the Whitman County Jail on suspicion of dri
Spokane Valley man arrested for leading WSP on chase through Whitman county
The suspect stopped on Cashup Flat Rd., north of Steptoe, and hid from troopers for several hours while they searched the area.
Suspicious fire burns three mobile homes in Moscow
The MVFD, Moscow Ambulance, Moscow police and Whitman County Fire District 12 responded to the fire.
Our View: CA Ventures should be more open about delays
In Pullman and Moscow, two massive housing projects - Identity on Main and Evolve on Main - have appeared to be behind schedule for weeks.People called us and asked us what was happening with the projects. We said we would look into it.It took days, and on most of those days, multiple phone calls, t
Suspicious fires under investigation in Moscow
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Man with pink mane was only spreading serenity
A 911 caller reported a Moscow man was in the intersection of East Third Street and South Adams Street, yelling. The man’s pants were falling down, and he was reported stumbling around. Police told him to move along.
Three WSU Press books receive national awards | WSU Insider | Washington State University
Carry Forth the Stories: An Ethnographer’s Journey into Native Oral Traditionby University of Idaho’s Rodney Frey won theEvans Handcart Award. The prize is issued by Utah State University’s Mountain West Center for Regional Studies for the best of research and writing in biographies, autobiographies
Surplus auction lands county staff in hot water
“Simply speaking, without express permission having been approved by the Board of County Commissioners, no county elected official, department head or county employee should participate in a public auction in the form of signing up for, bidding on or purchasing surplus property,” Coleman wrote in th
Air quality alert issued for the Palouse
Wildfires in Washington, Idaho, and British Columbia, combined with high air pressure and only a slight wind have caused there to be very little ventilation in the region and as a result a thick layer of smoke has settled over the Palouse, according to the NWS.
Large part of Clarkston experiencing power outage
An Avista Utlities power outage affecting approximately 1,640 customers began around 1:50 p.m. today and may last a few hours, according to the Avista website. The outage affects the eastern half of Bridge Street and most of Sixth Street, including downtown.
Cougars football practice schedule this week | WSU Insider | Washington State University
PULLMAN, Wash. – If you want to catch a sneak preview of the coming football season, WSU football continues its fall camp practice this week at Rogers Practice Field and Martin Stadium.
Signs warning swimmers to go up at Buffalo Eddy
Hilderbrand said the tragic event sparked a lot of conversation in the community about the powerful current at Buffalo Eddy. Over the years, several people have drowned in the eddy’s swift, deep water about 15 miles south of Asotin.
WSU prepares to welcome the largest freshman class in its history, deals with dorm shortage
PULLMAN, Wash. — In mid-August, Washington State University is preparing to welcome the largest freshman class in its history.
Danger Beneath the Water: Zack Moore’s Diving Accident
Zack Moore’s story has touched so many hearts here in the LC Valley. And tonight, we’re giving you the full story behind his accident, and a glimpse into his strong spirit. The 19-year-old Lewiston native, whose dive into the water at Hells Gate State Park left him paralyzed.
Lewiston plans to reshape middle schools
“This type of move would keep you from having two very small middle schools with only about 400 students in each one,” Donaldson said, adding that a program of that size would make it difficult to support two administrators and two counselors in each of the buildings.
Brief: Lentil Festival returns Friday
Saturday's activities begin with the Tase T. Lentil 5K Fun Run, the Pullman Lion's Club Lentil Pancake Breakfast, and the Circles of Caring Tennis Tournament.
Outage stretches into fourth day
Roughly 36,000 Inland Cellular customers and 10,000 roaming users from different providers have been without cellular service since Friday evening following a power outage.Inland Cellular Executive Vice President Chip Damato said Monday crews were working around the clock to repair damaged equipment
Body of missing N. Idaho woman recovered from Snake River
Authorities say Krueger was reported missing Thursday morning after going missing during a camping trip about 15 miles south of Asotin, Washington, along the Snake River.
Pullman Police to hold a lip sync
The Pullman Police Department invites YOU to participate in our#LipSyncChallengevideo! Join us at Pine Street Plaza (next to Thomas Hammer) this Saturday, August 11th. Questions? Email email@example.com for more information.#OnceInALifetimeOpportunity#PullmanProudpic.twitter.com/FyejAwBIU
Air quality alert in place for the Palouse
The Washington Department of Ecology in Spokane and Idaho Department of Environmental Quality have issued air quality alerts for the Palouse through Wednesday due to smoke from regional wildfires.According to the National Weather Service, air quality is expected to degrade from moderate to unhealthy