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Armored vehicles surround an SUV following a shootout in San Bernardino, Calif., today. The scene followed a military-style attack that killed multiple people and wounded others at a California center that serves people with developmental disabilities, authorities said.
In a letter to the editor today, Pastor Paul Van Noy of Candlelight Fellowship criticized the CdA Press for running a story re: a new Planned Parenthood App: " Do you think that an article extolling the virtues of Planned Parenthood and their new App will go over well with those who have not forgotten that the organization is a killing machine."
At least 14 people were killed and one or more suspects were in custody Wednesday when up to three gunmen on a "mission" barged into a holiday party in a California conference room and unleashed a bloodbath, law enforcement sources told NBC News. The gunman or gunmen fled in a black SUV after the shooting about at 11 a.m.
The first federal aid for damage for the Nov. 17 windstorm was approved this week for Washington, but even a rough estimate of the damage to the Spokane area may be weeks away. Local emergency management officials are compiling data from local residents and businesses, and utility crews continue to clean up downed lines.
The daily roundup of links from HucksOnline blog roll include: Detours/Slight Detour,Red-nosed revelry/On Tap, 50 shades of gray/Fort Boise, First Take: Dear/Randy Stapilus, Checking lists twice or more/Simple Mind, A third choice for best film of 2015: 'Carol'/7 Blog, The moment you realized you needed glasses/Slice + more ...
State Rep. Hy Kloc, D-Boise, says America has a role to play in resettlement of Syrian refugees. He speaks from experience. He was born in a refugee camp in Germany after his parents and extended family suffered in German extermination camps.
As many as three people opened fire at a center for people with developmental disabilities in San Bernardino, Calif., on Wednesday, killing at least 14 people and injuring 14 others in what the city’s police chief described as an act of domestic terrorism. The active shooting scene erupted at the Inland Regional Center.
Two female drivers were injured in a near head-on crash on Highway 95, near Lancaster Avenue/Hayden this morning. Rosealie Willis, 72, of Thompson Falls, Mont., was southbound on Highway 95 when she hit a patch of ice in her 2002 GMC Envoy and spun through the median into the drivers side of a northbound 1991 Geo Envoy.
A 46-year-old Moscow, Idaho, man died Tuesday at Gritman Medical Center after going into cardiopulmonary arrest while police officers and hospital staff held him down. Police took John Hukill to the hospital Tuesday afternoon after receiving three calls about a man acting strangely, the city of Moscow said in a news release.
In his column, Doug Clark of the SR agrees with the applause being given the Avista utility crews who put our Humpty Dumpty wind mess back together again. But Clark says that there's another category of workers who deserve props for the nasty job they do daily in our local jails -- the guards.
Cabela's, the outdoor sporting goods chain known for its elaborate in-store wildlife displays, may be seeking a buyer. The retailer has been under pressure since late October when the investment firm Elliott Management started pushing for money-generating maneuvers from Cabela's, possibly the sale of its credit card unit or the entire company.
As of Tuesday PM, Republicans Rick Santorum, Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Donald Trump have filed to run as Republicans in the Idaho GOPrez primary. Peter Messina of Georgia has filed to run for the Constitutionalist presidential nominee. Nathan Brown of the Twin Falls paper reports below.
Bonner County commissioners are calling for the resettlement of refugees from Iraq and Syria to stop. The Bonner County Daily Bee reports that commissioners unanimously adopted a resolution Monday echoing Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter's call for the immediate halt of resettling new refugees until vetting rules can be reviewed.
In the Tuesday poll, a plurality of 49% of Hucks Nation said it opposes use of $2.5M in urban renewal money to help build a joint student services building at the Education Corridor. Today's Poll: Would you like to see mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods (GMO)?
Despite efforts in Congress to keep the labeling of genetically modified foods voluntary, a new poll released Wednesday found the majority of Americans support mandatory labeling laws. The poll ... found that 89 percent of Americans support mandatory GMO labeling.
When an Avista old-timer retires and co-workers gather to say goodbye, the event that often highlights his or her career is the 1996 ice storm. Utility workers now have an even more extraordinary event to remember – and a memento of their restoration efforts.
In her Inlander column, former legislator Mary Lou Reed wonders why Idaho Gov. Butch Otter remains committed to the horse-racing industry, which has small financial impact on Idaho. In wake of Otter's botched veto, Mary Lou asks: "Why is the governor willing to place so many of his political chips on this one narrow slice of the political wheel?"
In his editorial this morning, Opinion Editor Marty Trillhaase of the Lewiston Tribune points out that no one in high places in Idaho is raising questions re: the four-day school week that now is encompassing 9% of Idaho's school-age children.
SR photog bud Colin Mulvany has posted a photo essay of his best newspaper photography this year, including the one above. I though it would brighten this snowy December day and remind us of next spring. You can find a link to Colin's photo essay for 2015 below.