updated An aquatic invasive species of mussel that can wreck havoc ecologically and economicallyjb was found in a Coeur d'Alene Petco, Wednesday.
The prosecution finished making its case Thursday against Tyler Rambo, the man accused of two shootings in Coeur d'Alene's City Park on the Fourth of July 2019.
Hello, March. Have we ever welcomed the arrival of this particular month as much as in 2021? Driven indoors by a pandemic and a February dominated by a blast of Arctic air, gusty winds and multiple snow falls, many of us are itching to spend more time outdoors without the need for heavy coats, clunky boots or propane heaters.
Coeur d’Alene police Officer Kyle Cannon was standing near the police command trailer parked near Independence Point after a long day of patrolling the area crowded with people parking for Fourth of July activities.
Legislators in more than 20 states have introduced bills this year that would ban transgender girls from competing on girls’ sports teams in public high schools. Yet in almost every case, sponsors cannot cite a single instance in their own state or region where such participation has caused problems.
Idaho lawmaker Barbara Ehardt was on her evening walk back in 2018 when she was struck by worry. The longtime basketball coach had recently heard about some talented transgender athletes — a pair of high school girls from Connecticut who were regularly winning sprint championships.
BOISE – The Idaho House of Representatives on Tuesday rejected a nearly $6 million federal grant aimed at improving child care, as some members argued that the state should do nothing to help mothers enter the workforce.
On the second day of accused Fourth of July shooter Tyler Rambo’s trial Tuesday, the man who was involved in a physical altercation with Rambo admitted he lied under oath and to police when called to testify.
BOISE – The House on Tuesday passed legislation that would halt public funding to any entities that advise women about their abortion options.
BOISE – An Idaho House panel took up legislation Tuesday to prohibit mask mandates by government entities that have been put in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
North Idaho College President Rick MacLennan, who has said an “untenable situation” exists involving behavior he’s seen from the college’s Board of Trustees chairman, said last week he is nevertheless committed to helping the college move through the issues.
The Fourth of July of 2019 was just like any other Independence Day celebration, with thousands of people gathered at City Park in Coeur d’Alene to watch fireworks until two shootings caused all that to change, said Prosecuting Attorney Rebecca Perez to a Kootenai County courtroom on Monday.
An Idaho Senate panel of lawmakers on Monday approved a new version of a constitutional amendment allowing the part-time Idaho Legislature to call itself into session.
LEWISTON — Idaho fish and wildlife officials are recommending that residents take down their backyard bird feeders or clean them frequently amid a salmonella outbreak that has infected songbirds across the western U.S.
This was by no means the end of Elliot Michener’s criminal career. He was arrested many more times in ensuing decades for crimes ranging from robbery to forgery to prison escapes. He was even suspected (although never arrested or indicted) in the 1935 George Weyerhaeuser kidnapping in Tacoma.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, enrollments at nationwide community colleges dropped 10% from fall 2019 to fall 2020, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.
Institutions are planning for as robust of an in-person experience as allowed by the ongoing pandemic. They’re doing so tentatively, however, citing state and federal guidelines that could change over time.
A man leaving the Post Falls Walmart was hit and killed by a driver in the store’s parking lot Saturday morning, police said.
This is Rep. Barbara Ehardt’s, R-Idaho Falls, third year trying to get sex ed legislation passed.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Capitol Police said Thursday it is not currently investigating Idaho Rep. Russ Fulcher, R-Boise, for allegedly pushing a police officer after setting off a metal detector at the entrance to the House floor Jan. 12, despite a reporter’s claims he witnessed the incident and was later interviewed as part of an investigation.
Michael Pope, 32, met his brother, William, in Philadelphia the morning before a mob of supporters of President Donald Trump interrupted the authorization of the 2020 election results, a complaint filed in federal court in Washington D.C. said. The brothers were identified by witnesses who recognized them in television coverage of the event, and William Pope posted photos and video of himself and his brother on social media during the occupation.
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