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FBI agent injured in Cherrylane shooting

An FBI agent was shot Thursday while attempting to serve a search warrant at a residence near the Nez Perce Tribal Fish Hatchery at Cherrylane in rural Nez Perce County.

Grip on Sports: Nothing is sweeter than an unexpected win

A GRIP ON SPORTS • One of the best aspects of being a sports fan, any type of sports fan, is when the unexpected happens. OK, when the “good” unexpected happens. Like what happened last night in Tempe for Washington State basketball fans. For Arizona State’s fans, it wasn’t such an enjoyable experience. Read on.

Women’s basketball roundup: Vandals hold off Montana

Taylor Pierce and Mikayla Ferenz scored 23 points apiece on Thursday night as Idaho held off Montana 76-68 in a Big Sky contest in Moscow. Pierce hit 5 of 10 shots from 3-point range, while Ferenz was 4 of 13 behind the arc. Lizzy Klinker added 11 points and a game-high 11 rebounds for the Vandals (12-8, 9-2), who scored 22 points in each of the first three quarters and led 66-50 entering the fourth. Idaho scored 19 points off 15 Griz turnovers.

Racist robocaller now living in Montana, but harassment in Sandpoint continues

Scott D. Rhodes, the neo-Nazi who plagued several parts of the country last year with hate-filled robocalls from his home in Sandpoint, is now living in Libby, Montana. But some people in Sandpoint continue to receive anonymous letters that reflect Rhodes’ brand of extremism and his disdain for the local newspaper that first exposed his activities.

WATCH: Montana storms past Idaho 100-59

Montana's 41-point margin of victory was its largest in a game since December 2010, and its largest over a Big Sky foe since 1997. The Griz shot 56.3 percent from the floor, knocking down a season-high-tying 13 three-pointers in a 100-59 rout of Idaho on SWX.

UI’s Staben again defends Vandal Alerts

University of Idaho President Chuck Staben told the UI Faculty Senate on Tuesday that a recent campuswide alert regarding tenured journalism professor Denise Bennett had nothing to do with harming her reputation or stopping a student-organized sit-in.