A Anchorwoman cries asking for her son as she walk near the scene of an attack after a truck drove onto the sidewalk and plowed through a crowd of revelers who'd gathered to watch the fireworks in the French resort city of Nice, southern France, Friday.
I was thinking this week that it has been awhile since I had trouble with my garage door. I didn't say anything out loud about it. Just thinking. You know where this is going. Mrs O called during work yesterday to say the garage door wouldn't open. Which prompted a call to my brother-in-law who knows something about a lot of things. Broken spring.
The Turkish military has taken over the government and imposed martial law, according to an announcement read by an anchor on state broadcaster TRT. The statement was made on behalf of the "Peace in the Nation" council, the announcer said.
Here's a survey that flies in the face of a lot of other surveys that show Idaho ranking low in job pay, education funding, etc. In their annual Job Joy 2016 survey, Monster and Brandwatch concluded from analyzing 2 million tweets that Idaho was the No. 1 state with love for their jobs.
Five $1,000 scholarships ($5,000 total) will be raffled off at the North Idaho College Cecil’s Summer Splash Thursday, July 21. NIC’s premier summer beach party will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on NIC’s beach. The first 300 guests will receive free barbecue and everyone will have the chance to try out NIC’s beach equipment.
Arthur J. Harp, a man wanted on felony warrants in Idaho and Washington, eluded officers and remains on the loose after fleeing the State Line Liquor Store in a car this morning. A female with Harp either was pushed or jumped from the vehicle as it left the parking lot and was knocked unconscious. She is now in stable condition.
In a review for The Spokesman-Review, Caroline Lamberson gives two thumbs up to the Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre's production of Meredith Willson's "The Music Man." She said the Coeur d'Alene Matt Wolfe, as fast-speaking charmer Professor Harold Hill nails his role as do the rest of the Coeur d'Alene thespians.
It's that time of the year when the Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre unveils its shows for the following season. The Summer Theatre, under the guidance of Jadd Davis, is now doing three shows per summer at the Kroc Center. Next year's shows? "Chitty Chitty Bang Band," "South Pacific" and "Million Dollar Quartet."
Chris Guggemos, of Handshake Productions, has provided free summer music in the Coeur d'Alene area for the last 25 years, including the City Park concerts on Sunday afternoon. A fund-raising concert for Chris, featuring western singer Kelly Hughes, will take place Sunday, July 24, at Coeur d'Alene's City Park. Chris also has a GoFundMe.
Donald J. Trump named Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana as his running mate on Friday, adding to the Republican ticket a traditional conservative who boasts strong credentials with the Christian right, and bringing an end to a vice-presidential selection process that seemed at risk of spinning out of control.
Scanner Traffic for Friday AM (26 items & counting) includes 30ish female unconscious but breathing after being thrown from or falling from black Toyota Camri with Kootenai County plates at the state liquor store at State Line. Manhunt under way near State Line for driver of Camri ...
AM Headlines today features Post Falls PD, tongues firmly cheeked, declaring grounds clear of Pokémon Go creatures after catching something that looks like a turtle. Also: Post Falls family discovers decapitated pet ducks/KREM, EWU student describes horror of Nice, France attack/KHQ, Coeur d'Alene FD debuts fire boat (video)/KHQ ...
In the Thursday poll, a solid majority of Hucks Nation said Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was wrong to publicly attack Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Today's Poll: Do you consider yourself to be a racist?
"It's getting down right tiring, isn't it? The shootings, the deaths, the prayers that aren't answered and the political rhetoric. The conversations that come full circle with no solutions and the idea that one side of the political aisle is right, while the other is wrong. It's just so down right tiring" -- Dan Mitchinson.
First, the good news. Your property valuation in Kootenai County probably has gone up in the face of a hot real estate market. In fact, the number appealing their valuations is the lowest in at least 15 years. The bad news? Property taxes will go up on many properties as a result of "wise" legislators capping the homeowners exemption at $100,000.
SReporter Scott Maben reports: Idaho state investigators said Friday they haven’t determined exactly how last summer’s Cape Horn fire near Bayview started, even though a woman camping near the fire’s origin had fired two marine flares earlier in the day, with one “dud” landing in a rocky area near the camp, where the fire started.
In a recent editorial, Editor Mike Patrick of the Coeur d'Alene Press comments that the first step to fixing a problem is admitting you have one. The American problem? We're all racists, the editorial says. White America has no idea what it's like to live as a minority member in the American culture.
In his Cheers & Jeers column today, Opinion Editor Marty Trillhaase of the Lewiston Tribune gives JEERS ... to U.S. Sens. Mike Crapo and Jim Risch. Both Idaho U.S. senators voted in the overwhelming minority to oppose President Obama's choice of Carla D. Hayden to head the Library of Congress. Marty's last line in superb.
Idaho’s state tax revenues for June came in $20.1 million higher than projections – 6.5 percent higher – a revenue bump that means Idaho closed out its fiscal year June 30 with a balanced budget and also automatically transferred $15.6 million to the Budget Stabilization Fund, the state’s main rainy-day savings account.
France's President Francois Hollande has declared a vicious Bastille Day attack in the French city of Nice to be an act of terror. At least 84 people died. 25 more are on life support. Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, a 31-year-old French Tunisian, has been identified as the driver of the truck that plowed through one mile of Bastille Day revelers.
Kootenai County commissioners are on board with a bigger jail. They agreed Thursday to move forward with plans for a 126-bed, $11.9 million expansion that is expected to be operational by late spring of 2018. A shell will be included in the expansion to add 108 additional beds in the future.