The communities of Coeur d'Alene and Post Falls have been on the lookout for a blue van that is wanted in several reported attempted child abductions. Unfortunately, for the owners of blue vans, they're under suspicion almost everywhere they go. The owner of this blue van, for example, probably was stopped at least once by police who were looking for a blue van -- and doesn't appreciate the unwanted attention. I spotted this sign painted on the side of his van Saturday morning while it was parked at his home near Borah Elementary.
- Idaho Records/Sherry Adkins, SR
- April going down as one of the coolest/Mike Prager, SR
- 2-fer: Workers recover Lucky Friday miner's remains/Alison Boggs, SR; Friends remember miner Larry Marek/Jeff Humphrey, KXLY
- Bloomsday organizer has greener vision of race/John Stucke, SR
- Megaloads hearing opens at ITD HQ in Boise/Betsy Russell, Eye On Boise
- Opponents rally against McEuen Field project/Nick Rotunno, CdA Press
- Luna recall effort now has 7000 signatures/Paige McDaniel, Idaho Press-Tribune
- Rental rates going up in Lake City area/Nick Rotunno, Press
- Wrong-way driver dies in crash near Spokane, 3 others hurt/KREM
- Mother, grandmother of abused twins to stand trial/Coeur d'Alene Press
- State Patrol looking for Pullman driver in fatal crash/Joe Fryer, KING5
- MLK parade bomb suspect to be arraigned on hate crime charge/KREM
- NIC men's basketballer commits to UTexas-San Antonio/Stacy Hudson, Press Room
- Ednetics plans to move to $7.5M Post Falls building/David Cole, Press
Question: In view of the suspicion surrounding blue vans in the Coeur d'Alene area, would you try to get rid of your blue van if you owned one?