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  • Judge to take second look at Camp Easton fate

    An Idaho judge said he’ll review an earlier decision that would have allowed the Boy Scouts to sell historic Camp Easton on Lake Coeur d’Alene. After a Wednesday hearing in …

  • Judge: Identify writer on blog

    The Spokesman-Review must provide information that could identify an anonymous reader who typed a disparaging online comment about the chairwoman of the Kootenai County Republican Party in February, an Idaho …

  • N Idaho firefighter pleads guilty to lewd conduct

    COEUR d’ALENE — A North Idaho firefighter has pleaded guilty to a charge of lewd conduct after he was accused of having sex with a girl who was 13 and …

  • Brothers sentenced to probation, community service for racial harassment

    Two Coeur d’Alene brothers convicted of racially harassing a Puerto Rican man in August 2009 were sentenced Monday to two years supervised probation – including 300 hours of community service …

  • Motion may delay Tankovich sentencing

    A Kootenai County judge on Friday heard motions for a new trial from two brothers convicted in October in a hate-crime trial. Judge John Luster didn’t rule Friday, but indicated …

  • Juror conduct at issue in CdA hate-crime verdict

    A Kootenai County judge on Friday said he’d never had an inquiry by a juror similar to one made during deliberations in an October hate-crime trial that has caused defense …

  • New trial sought in CdA racism case

    Two Coeur d’Alene brothers convicted in October of a hate crime have requested a new trial, accusing the presiding juror of misconduct. Frank Tankovich and his brother William Tankovich Jr. …

  • Judge declares mistrial in race harassment case

    A judge declared a mistrial Tuesday in the trial of three Coeur d’Alene brothers accused of racially harassing a Hispanic family in August. Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Art Verharen had just …



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