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  • Spokane-born pianist to give concerts at UI

    Spokane-born pianist Stephen Drury returns to the region for a pair of concerts next week at the University of Idaho. Drury and his Callithumpian Consort – an ensemble of two …


  • Benoit told UI of fears 2 months before she was killed

    More than two months before her death, Kathryn “Katy” Benoit told an official at the University of Idaho that she was frightened by her professor, who carried weapons “everywhere, including …


  • UI student injured in 2009 fall sues school

    MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — A University of Idaho student who suffered serious injuries in a 27-foot fall from a fraternity house window two years ago is suing the school.


  • UI community says goodbye to one of its ’daughters’

    Katy Benoit’s loved ones painted a picture of a young woman full of vitality, talent and the ability to make friends with anyone, anywhere.


  • UI officials select panel to assess campus safety

    University of Idaho President M. Duane Nellis announced today members of an independent review panel have been selected to assess campus safety policies in light of the recent shooting death …


  • UI professor had concealed weapons permit

    MOSCOW, Idaho — Authorities say a University of Idaho professor who gunned down a graduate student and then killed himself last week had previously cleared a background check and was …


  • Senior QB Brian Reader leads Vandals into opener

    MOSCOW, Idaho – On the first day of fall camp last month, Idaho football coach Robb Akey approached Brian Reader – a senior who bided his time behind a four-year …


  • Slain student’s life a ‘gift’

    BOISE – A solitary cello and a picture of Katy Benoit stooping to smell yellow daffodils greeted hundreds of people who came to celebrate her life Tuesday. The portrait served …


  • Idaho makes strides in firming up its defense

    MOSCOW, Idaho – The defensive line seems capable of withstanding the toll of a 12-game season. The linebackers are battle-tested and, in the words of their coach, can “flat run.” …


  • UI worsens matters by avoiding talk of killing

    This commentary from the Moscow-Pullman Daily News does not necessarily reflect the view of The Spokesman-Review’s editorial board. Let’s be clear: Only one man pulled the trigger that killed Katy …


  • UI counseled Benoit on day of her death

    The University of Idaho had worked for more than two months to offer advice and help to Kathryn “Katy” Benoit after she first complained about her relationship with the professor …


  • UI officials met with Benoit before her killing

    University of Idaho officials met with Kathryn “Katy” Benoit on the day she was killed and cautioned her to remain vigilant and keep in contact with the Moscow Police Department.


  • Vigil honors slain UI student

    MOSCOW, Idaho – They stood awkwardly at first, wearing summer dresses and flip-flops and holding candles. Eventually, stories and tears began to flow as friends honored the short life of …


  • Friends mourn, honor Katy Benoit

    MOSCOW, Idaho – They stood awkwardly at first, wearing summer dresses and flip-flops and holding candles. Eventually, stories and tears began to pour as friends honored the short life of …


  • Family asks UI for answers

    The Boise family of a University of Idaho student murdered Monday called on the college to reveal how it handled complaints by Katy Benoit and other students against the assistant …


  • Family: Victim had filed UI complaint

    A college professor who alternately referred to himself as a “psychopathic killer” and “the beast” killed himself after fatally shooting a graduate student he had recently dated, police said in …


  • Ex-UI prof suspected in fatal shooting found dead

    A former University of Idaho professor suspected in the shooting death of a graduate student was found dead from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a Moscow …


  • Gesser coaches Idaho’s running backs with QB’s eyes

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Robb Akey, a football coach for more than 20 years, went into the interview with the former quarterback who was hoping for his first full-time college coaching …


  • Idaho puts best football forward with remodeled Kibbie Dome

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Taken altogether, the facelift is striking. Once perpetually dark, outdated and structurally unsafe, the Kibbie Dome looks, in the words of University of Idaho football coach Robb …


  • Vandals’ explosiveness tempered by injury, goal line struggles

    MOSCOW, Idaho – How much progress has the Idaho offense made? Steve Axman, the Vandals’ offensive coordinator, pondered that question and immediately went back to early April to draw a …


  • UI offense gets mixed reviews

    How much progress has the Idaho offense made? Steve Axman, the Vandals’ offensive coordinator, pondered that question and immediately went back to early April to draw a comparison.


  • Confident Akey expects Vandals to go bowling

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Today marks the start of Robb Akey’s fifth fall camp as University of Idaho football coach, and with each passing year the exuberant leader of the Vandals’ …


  • Higher ed, lower affordability

    Nineteen months ago, Washington’s higher education officials did what higher education officials do. They looked at a problem and wrote a report.


  • Girl leaves Aryan past behind

    Kelty Walker grew up in an isolated trailer house in the woods outside Blanchard, Idaho. “We took five dirt roads to get to the trailer,” she said. “It was out …


  • Blaze strikes ROTC building

    MOSCOW, Idaho – A fire damaged the Navy ROTC building at the University of Idaho in Moscow. Moscow Fire Chief Ed Button said no one was injured in the Saturday …


  • Seattle University joining the WAC

    Seattle University will join the Western Athletic Conference for the 2012-13 school year.


  • Editorial: Al-Kidd wins small measure of empathy

    Tuesday’s unanimous ruling in a Supreme Court case involving a former University of Idaho student may have left the false impression that tap-dancing on the Fourth Amendment is noncontroversial, at …


  • Idaho in low-wage trap

    Idaho is caught in a low-skill, low-wage jobs trap, according to a new analysis by retired University of Idaho agricultural economist Stephen Cooke. The professor, who retired in December, has …


  • Storm warning forces change at UI law school graduation

    The potential for nasty weather on the Palouse Saturday has forced the University of Idaho to adjust plans for law school commencement.


  • Global warming heats up Inland NW ag research

    The Inland Northwest has been going through one of its coolest and wettest springs ever while farmers and scientists are convening this week to launch a $20 million research program …

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