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Moscow considers additional polling stations

Following the highest voter turnout for midterm elections since 1994, Latah County officials – and some community members – are seeking additional polling stations in Moscow.

UPDATED: Sat., Nov. 17, 2018, 3:23 p.m.

Gov. Otter pardons man convicted of statutory rape as teen

Idaho Gov. Butch Otter has granted his fifth pardon during his 12 years in office.

Another Lewiston airport employee is out

Robin Turner was fired Friday from his part-time job as assistant manager at the Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport.

Grip on Sports: College football’s weekend gets off to a roaring start around the area

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s Saturday morning. College football’s big day. Let’s get right to it. Read on.

UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 16, 2018, 9:29 p.m.

Trial for Idaho birthday party stabbing pushed back to 2020

The trial for an Idaho man accused of stabbing nine people, including a 3-year-old girl celebrating her birthday who later died, has been pushed back by a year after defense …

UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 16, 2018, 5:32 p.m.

Driver who plowed into Idaho crowd, hurting 11, is sentenced

A man driving a Porsche that plowed into a crowd of spectators at an Idaho car show was sentenced Friday to 180 days in jail, with all but seven days …

Idaho unemployment remains at 2.7 percent

The Idaho Department of Labor on Friday said the state’s unemployment rate in October was the same as September and is the 14th consecutive month at or below 3 percent.

Gov.-elect Little names chief of staff

Idaho Gov.-elect Brad Little has named his campaign manager as his chief of staff.

Grip on Sports: A mustache might make the difference in whether Washington State has a legitimate Heisman candidate, but wins are probably a better indicator

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Could a Washington State football player win the Heisman Trophy? In this day and age, it seems nearly impossible, doesn’t it? But thanks to a …

Otter rips state education board, lawmaker over contract

Idaho Gov. Butch Otter sent stern letters to the State Board of Education and state Rep. Wendy Horman, R-Idaho Falls, scolding them for interfering with a state contract for computer …

No damage reported following eastern Idaho earthquake

Authorities in southeastern Idaho say there are no reports of damage following a 3.8-magnitude earthquake.

Idaho man gets life in prison for child pornography

A southwestern Idaho man who had more than 30,000 child pornography files and used his wife’s daughter to produce child pornography has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.

Idaho’s utilities are the cheapest in the nation

According to a recent analysis, Idaho’s average monthly utility bills are less expensive than any other state’s.

Lewiston trial for infant death begins

Daniel Alldrin, 28, of Orofino, is charged with allegedly hitting his 29-day-old daughter, causing multiple bruises and internal injuries that resulted in her death. The trial is being held in …

Grip on Sports: Washington State could use a little disruption, something GU fans might see soon

A GRIP ON SPORTS • The word of the day is chaos. Chaos, other than within its own games, is what Washington State needs over the next few weeks if …

UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 14, 2018, 6:37 a.m.

Silver Valley woman’s shrewd investing amassed $12M to benefit North Idaho communities

Through 40 years of shrewd investing, Margaret F. Galbraith turned a modest inheritance into a fortune valued in the millions. The Silver Valley native died in 2005, leaving a $12 …

Parents support school staff who wore ‘border wall’ costumes

Parents rallied in support of a suspended principal at a school board meeting held by a district where 14 staffers were placed on administrative leave after donning costumes depicting racial …

UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 13, 2018, 3 p.m.

Idaho transportation workers find 2 explosives under bridge

Idaho construction contractors ran into something scary on Halloween as they conducted maintenance repairs on the Idaho 45 bridge over the Snake River: two unexploded military ordnances.

UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 13, 2018, 9:02 a.m.

Middleton parents rally to reinstate principal while the school board stays mum

Parents rallied around a suspended principal at

Grip on Sports: The Seahawks get close again but fumble away their chances to makes something of the season

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Time was running out. The Seahawks were moving down the field. One last chance presented itself. Would they grab it? Ah, no. Read on.

Graves at tiny Idaho cemetery remain a mystery

Many people desire a final resting place that reflects the way they lived their life. A windswept parcel of ground covered in crested wheatgrass and dotted with sagebrush resting on …

UPDATED: Sun., Nov. 11, 2018, 8:07 p.m.

Boise Ponzi schemer posed as ‘God-fearing Christian’ to swindle victims, state says

A Boise builder posed as a “God-fearing Christian” and swindled dozens of his Ponzi scheme’s victims out of at least $4.9 million, the Idaho Finance Department claims in a lawsuit …

Stabbing suspect was released from prison 4 months ago

A man suspected of stabbing and seriously injuring a man he didn’t know in Southeast Boise was released from prison just four months ago.

Grip on Sports: It’s hard to see how this fall’s football fortunes could be much better

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Call it a Golden Age if you want to. Why not? For Inland Northwest sports fans, there may never have been a better time to …

UPDATED: Sat., Nov. 10, 2018, 7:06 p.m.

Idahoans volunteer to make Hells Canyon improvements in place of unpopular entrance fee

Volunteerism and collaboration appear to be replacing a U.S. Forest Service proposal to charge a recreation fee to enter the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area.

Ammon Bundy says he never meant to create a movement

It’s a motto of sorts. Ammon Bundy calls himself a “sunlight kind of guy.” Before his family’s infamous standoffs near Bunkerville, Nevada, and Burns, Oregon, he was living in the …

Idaho utility’s lawsuit against EPA involving salmon on hold

A lawsuit by an Idaho utility against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency concerning water temperature standards below a hydroelectric project where federally protected fall chinook salmon reproduce has been put …

S. Idaho man pleads guilty in shooting death of daughter

A southwestern Idaho man who shot and killed his adult daughter has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter.

Grip on Sports: The local college football possibilities are almost unlimited today

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Yes, we know college basketball season is underway. Eastern Washington played last night and Gonzaga hosts Texas Southern this evening. But Saturdays are still dominated …

Idaho man pleads guilty so sexually abusing relatives

A southwestern Idaho man who sexually abused young family members has pleaded guilty to five counts of lewd conduct with a minor under the age of 16.