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Idaho man gets 20 years to life for kidnap, rape of girl

A Coeur d’Alene man will spend at least 20 years behind bars for beating, raping and tying up a 13-year-old female relative last year. Michael David Nixon, 32, spent most …


Idaho reports 6 1/2-year low in jobless rate

Idaho’s unemployment rate fell to its lowest level in 6 ½ years in October. The unemployment rate was 4.1 percent last month, versus 5.9 percent a year ago, according to …


Northern Illinois holds off Idaho men for 2-0 start

DEKALB, Ill. – Aaric Armstead and Darrell Bowie scored 16 points apiece and Northern Illinois beat Idaho 78-67 Thursday night in men’s basketball nonconference play, denying Vandals coach Don Verlin …


Up for bid in Post Falls: 1,000 guns from private collection

If you like guns, welcome to the candy store. A dizzying display of firepower from Winchester, Remington, Colt, Browning, Glock, Beretta, Ruger, Smith & Wesson and other manufacturers is ready …


College volleyball: Colorado again hands Washington first loss of season

Taylor Simpson had a career-high 29 kills and Colorado handed second-ranked Washington its first loss of the season with a 27-25, 26-24, 17-25, 23-25, 15-11 triumph in Pac-12 Conference action …


Gonzaga women testing new point guards

New Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier said she knows who is going to be her point guards but she’s not completely sure who will start on Sunday in the …


Football playoffs

Idaho – Semifinals 5A: Lake City (9-1)


Fall signing period: WSU men’s coach Ernie Kent signs versatile quartet

The fashion these days is for college recruits to make the act of choosing a school as showy as possible. Television cameras are called to watch players select a hat …


UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 4, 2014, 11:09 p.m.

Kootenai County voters give GOP wins

Kootenai County voters mostly backed Republicans down the ballot today, continuing a long trend of support for conservative candidates.


Area roundup: Kaitlyn Oster leads Idaho to sixth-place finish

Kaitlyn Oster fired her second straight 1-under-par 71 to finish with a three-round total of 3-over 219 to help guide the Idaho Vandals women to a sixth-place showing at the …


Big Sky coaches, media expect big things from EWU men

The expectations just got higher for the Eastern Washington men’s basketball team. With four returning starters, the Eagles were picked second by the coaches and third by the media in …


Write-in winner offers choice

The Kootenai County assessor doesn’t just tell you how much your home is worth. Another big part of the job is overseeing that place no one wants to be: the …


Vandals women’s golfers win Aggie Invitational

The Idaho women’s golf team, led by co-medalist Kaitlyn Oster, won the New Mexico State Aggie Invitational on Wednesday. The Vandals finished at 14-under-par 850 for the three-round tournament, 10 …


College volleyball notes: Gonzaga breaking new ground

Gonzaga’s volleyball team is coming off another historic weekend. The Bulldogs defeated Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount on the same weekend for the first time. They knocked off Pepperdine for the …


CPA, municipal adviser vie for Kootenai County treasurer’s job

Kootenai County is about to get a new treasurer – the first change in the leadership of that office since 2001. One candidate on the Nov. 3 general election ballot …


Bulldog, Vandal collect POW honors

Volleyball: Savannah Blinn, a Gonzaga junior outside hitter from Lewiston, was named the West Coast Conference Player of the Week for the third time in her career. As GU beat …


Spotlight: Hunter plays to Idaho roots

Sam Hunter is creating his own private Idaho. Many of his plays – the Obie-winning “A Bright New Boise,” being staged in Moscow through Oct. 19, and “The Whale,” which …


Land use proposal drives Kootenai County races

A proposed overhaul of Kootenai County’s land development rules whipped up a storm of criticism last year and drove the three county commissioners to dump a Texas consultant hired to …


Supreme Court takes up Idaho Medicaid challenge

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court said Thursday it will decide whether private sector health care providers can force a state to raise its Medicaid reimbursement rates to keep up with …


Hunters should stay aware of regulations on bear

It’s been 19 years since a voter- approved initiative eliminated baiting and use of hounds to hunt bears in Washington. Since then, most of the hunting of bears has been …


College soccer notebook: WSU women face big test on Friday, Sunday

After barely passing a pop quiz last weekend, the Washington State women’s soccer team faces a major test this week in the Bay Area. In their Pac-12 opener on Friday, …


Soccer notebook: Big test coming for WSU women

After barely passing a pop quiz last weekend, the Washington State women’s soccer team faces a major test this week in the Bay Area.


Mead’s Sue Winger, Coreen Labish pick colleges

A pair of 6-foot-2 Mead girls basketball players continued the recent parade of Greater Spokane League standouts making oral commitments to NCAA Division I schools. Sue Winger and Coreen Labish …


Area college women’s soccer preview

Gonzaga women’s soccer coach Amy Edwards hopes a veteran lineup will help move the Bulldogs up the West Coast Conference standings this season. “I am really looking forward to enjoying …


Shawn Vestal: Gains made by, for kids eclipsed by poverty

It sometimes seems that – in the realms where concerns about poverty and childhood are taken seriously – the news is always bad. This is not because the news is …


UPDATED: Wed., July 9, 2014, 12:29 p.m.

Woman, armed with knife, killed by officers in Sandpoint

The Bonner County Sheriff’s Office is withholding the name of a 35-year-old woman shot and killed by Sandpoint police officers Tuesday night.


Spokane Shadow prepare for first-place Shock

The Spokane Shadow will host the first-place South Sound FC Shock in Evergreen Premier League play at 7 tonight at Spokane Falls Community College. The third-place Shadow (5-2-1) are three …


UPDATED: Fri., June 13, 2014, 5:15 p.m.

Labrador announces candidacy for Majority Leader

Idaho Congressman Raul Labrador announced Friday that he’s running for U.S. House majority leader, a big leap for the second-term tea-party favorite.


Sheriff: Moscow man dies after accidental gunshot

Michael J. Snow, 66, died from the accidental firing of a .22 caliber pistol as he descended the stairs to his basement Thursday, the Latah County Sheriff’s Office said.


Incident at Sunshine Mine confirmed

There has been an incident at the Sunshine Mine in North Idaho.