First we got soaked; then we got wind-whipped. The heavy rain was expected. The deadly winds, not so much.
A Hayden, Idaho, company has settled a lawsuit over alleged violation of Washington’s emergency orders against evicting tenants during the pandemic with an agreement to pay $50,000 and issue no more eviction notices that could violate that order.
The Red Hot Mamas were in the nation’s capital in 2001 and 2005 for the George W. Bush inaugurations. They’ve also performed at other big events, including three appearances in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade , the 2004 London New Year’s Day parade and parades for the Fiesta and Holiday Bowls.
With few in-person events for this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the University of Idaho and Washington State University will hold virtual addresses to remember King’s legacy, according to the schools’ websites.
Idaho lawmakers in the first week of the legislative session wasted no time initiating a power struggle with Republican Gov. Brad Little that could affect residents for generations.
Transgender athletes are getting an ally in the White House next week as they seek to participate as their identified gender in high school and college sports — although state legislatures, Congress and the courts are all expected to have their say this year, too.
Lawmakers in the House on Friday rejected a request from one of its members to allow her and others to participate remotely due to her being at increased risk of serious illness or death from the coronavirus.
Idaho police are looking for the driver they say caused a 72-year-old Spokane Valley man to get into a crash.
A group of miners was stuck inside the Galena mine overnight after the mine near Wallace lost power Wednesday morning.
The effects of Wednesday’s windstorm continued Thursday, with schools from Cheney to Coeur d’Alene canceled and thousands still without power.
The year is off to a warm, wet start, with the Pacific Northwest the target of back-to-back storm systems during the first half of January.
High winds buffeting the area Wednesday caused a tree to fall onto Coeur d'Alene's oldest church, resulting in apparent roof and structural damage, according to the Museum of North Idaho.
After three years as superintendent of Coeur d’Alene Schools, Steven Cook will leave at the end of the school year to take the same position in Bend, Oregon.
If a new bill introduced Tuesday to curb Gov. Brad Little’s emergency powers were to pass, Idaho’s emergency declaration over the coronavirus pandemic would end – at a time when the state has reported more than 1,500 deaths due to COVID-19.
A 36-year-old Spokane man was arrested in Post Falls Monday on suspicion of sexual exploitation of a minor. During their investigation, Post Falls police officers say they discovered pornographic images of infants and toddlers on his electronic devices.
A North Idaho internet service provider is blocking access to Facebook and Twitter for customers upon request in response to claims of censorship after President Donald Trump’s accounts were suspended on both platforms.
Kootenai County Sheriff Bob Norris announced his department would not enforce the Panhandle Health District mask mandate despite significant community transmission of COVID-19 and a hospital that has been near or at capacity for months.
Gov. Brad Little on Monday described 2020 like a damaging and deadly tornado, but said Idaho is strong heading into the new year with strong finances and a coronavirus vaccine now available.
“The bottom line is, the rules are the rules and we need everybody to comply with them, and it’s not happening," said Dig Chrismer, marketing manager at Schweitzer.
Being that we just closed – or perhaps slammed – the door on 2020, it’s a good time to take a look at the standout weather conditions that impacted the Inland Northwest.
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