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News >  Nation/World

‘Putin has lost this war’: Jim Risch on Russia’s escalation in Ukraine

UPDATED: Sat., Oct. 1, 2022

WASHINGTON – More than seven months after Russia invaded Ukraine, the top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said the Kremlin’s move to annex four provinces in eastern Ukraine on Friday doesn’t change the fact that Russian President Vladimir Putin has failed to meet his main objective of toppling the government in Kyiv.

News >  Idaho

Steady rain Thursday made up for otherwise dry September

UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 29, 2022

Almost half an inch of rain fell Thursday at the Spokane International Airport, making up almost the entirety of September’s rainfall and tying a rainfall record for Sept. 29, according to the National Weather Service Spokane.
News >  Crime/Public Safety

Idaho goldminer fined $150,000 for unauthorized dredging of South Fork of Clearwater River

UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 29, 2022

Shannon Poe, of California, had the civil penalty levied against him by U.S. Magistrate Judge Raymond Patricco on Wednesday. The Idaho Conservation League had brought legal action against Poe, alleging he'd been suction dredge mining the South Fork of the Clearwater River on more than three dozen occasions from 2014 to 2018 without permits required under the federal Clean Water Act. 
News >  Crime/Public Safety

‘I live in horror’: New records shed light on fatal Boise mall shooting, cite no motive

Hundreds of pages of recently released documents obtained by the Idaho Statesman through a public records request — including officer incident reports, investigative documents and witness statements — paint an image of the 2021 Boise mall shooter, who investigators found was estranged from his family and had sent messages to relatives that had disturbed them. 

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