As protesters stormed the Capitol during a joint session of Congress to certify November's elections results, the Washington and Idaho delegation took to Twitter.
BOISE – Coronavirus vaccinations for 130,000 frontline health care workers and long-term care residents should be finished by the end of January, Idaho Gov. Brad Little said Tuesday.
BOISE – A group brought together by Idaho Gov. Brad Little to find ways to bolster faltering salmon and steelhead populations has agreed to encourage habitat restoration but avoided making a decision about breaching dams.
Alvaro and Lesly Gomez escaped political persecution, rampant crime and poverty in Guatemala nearly 25 years ago during the tail end of civil war. Today, they run the largest Spanish speaking church in the Spokane.
During the year of spiking COVID-19 cases, homicides also soared.
In a virtual Brigham Young University-Idaho commencement held earlier this month, Spencer was awarded a Bachelor of Science in marriage and family studies, 61 years after she dropped out of college.
When the countdown clock hit zeroes, roughly 1,000 people stormed into the water to help wash away what was widely considered one of the most trying years in modern history.
The year of the COVID-19 pandemic, societal unrest and wildfires brought a mix of crime spikes and dips in Spokane.
As we wind up a chaotic year, we’re happy to report that 2020’s final month was far from a meteorological mess.
In a divisive political year during a global pandemic, Idaho State Police are urging cooperation, decorum and following the rules to anyone who comes into the Capitol for the 2021 legislative session.
RIGBY, Idaho – When then-14-year-old Alexis Sharp went to Scout Camp in Island Park in July 2019, it was the first year girls were able to attend. Of the more than 400 people there, approximately 12 of the Scouts were girls.
A 40-year-old man was shot and killed Sunday by an officer responding to reports of possible child abuse at a Lewiston home, according to the city's police department.
Nine days ago, it looked as if we had a white Christmas nailed down. Two inches of snow fell in the Spokane area Dec. 11, followed by another inch on Dec. 13 and an additional 2.2 inches on Dec. 15. A thick, scenic layer of snow coated much of the Inland Northwest.
At one point, the Coeur d’Alene Seventh-day Adventist Church planned on having a drive-in Christmas service this year, said the Rev. Jeremiah Smart.
A $58 million error that resulted in higher 2020 property tax bills has Nez Perce County officials scrambling to find a solution.
Last month, Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed an executive order sending up to 100 members of the Idaho National Guard around the state for 30 days to assist health care workers in their battle against COVID-19.
BOISE – Idaho’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.8%, mainly because many people stopped looking for work and were no longer being counted, state officials said Friday.
A Post Falls man died in a crash just south of Coeur d’Alene on Friday morning.
WASHINGTON – Tribal leaders from the Inland Northwest cheered reports on Thursday that President-elect Joe Biden had picked Rep. Deb Haaland to lead the Department of the Interior, a historic move that could make the congresswoman from New Mexico the first Native American to head a cabinet agency.
If we've ever felt a need to curse the darkness, it's now. For days, the sun's position in the sky has been slumping, recently giving way to a gloomy grayness amid a growing pandemic. And when the winter solstice arrives early next week, it will deliver less daylight than any day of 2020.
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