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Pullman seeks funds to hire new police officer

The Pullman City Council authorized Pullman Chief of Police Gary Jenkins to submit an application for the COPS Hiring Program during its regular meeting Tuesday, giving the Pullman Police Department …

UPDATED: Thu., June 22, 2017

Watchdog recommends security measures after names, Social Security numbers stolen from WSU

A consumer watchdog group has recommended security measures for anyone who may be affected by the recent theft of sensitive data from a Washington State University research center.

Big win for supporters of new Moscow ice rink

In August, the Moscow City Council expressed its support for a new Palouse Ice Rink and its willingness to donate $1 million from the city’s Hamilton Fund to help pay …

UPDATED: Thu., June 15, 2017

Names, Social Security numbers and health information compromised in burglary at WSU storage unit

Sensitive data on roughly 1 million people – including names, Social Security numbers and personal health information – were compromised in a burglary in Olympia earlier this year. Washington State …

Crime up in Pullman, an officially welcoming city

The Pullman City Council approved a resolution Tuesday night reaffirming Pullman’s commitment to being a welcoming city after language regarding immigration laws in the original proposal considered one month ago …

UPDATED: Wed., May 24, 2017

WSU task force recommends changes to student conduct code

After months of deliberation, a task force at Washington State University has proposed changes to the school’s student conduct code to make it fairer, less punitive and more transparent.

UPDATED: Sat., May 6, 2017

Pullman High School student honors grandfather with senior project

An18-year-old Pullman High School student created a functional bench seat out of a teal 1967 Ford pickup tailgate in memory of his grandfather.

Regents OK multiple WSU construction projects; approve Doctor of Medicine degree at WSU Spokane

The Washington State University Board of regents voted Friday to approve design and construction budgets for two major construction projects on the Pullman campus.

Megafires becoming more common

A wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta, destroyed 2,400 homes, displaced 100,000 people and burned at least 1.5 million acres last year, according to Paul Hessburg, a research landscape ecologist with …

Privacy issues take center stage in Pullman drone discussion

How to ensure privacy remains a major consideration for the Pullman Police Department, as it refines its policies and procedures for the use of aerial drones.

UPDATED: Thu., April 27, 2017

Pullman-Moscow Airport has gone to the birds

Work to re-configure the runway at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport has inadvertently created habitat for wildlife and a potential hazard for aircraft.

Locals to march for the planet

As the People’s Climate Movement gets underway Saturday in Washington, D.C., hundreds locally are expected to march across Moscow as part of the Lori Batina Memorial Climate March.

Pullman-Moscow airport board hears estimated cost of new parking lot

The Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport will need approximately $420,000 to complete its new parking lot, Executive Director Tony Bean told the Airport Board on Wednesday afternoon during its regular meeting.

276 stops made during weekend emphasis patrol in Moscow

The Moscow Police Department cracked down on distracted drivers this past weekend, making 276 traffic stops – and issuing citations in nearly a third of the stops – from Friday …

UPDATED: Wed., April 19, 2017

WSU fraternities shut down in 2012, 2014 may be reinstated

A pair of fraternities shut down in 2012 and 2014 will return to Washington State University’s Greek Row this fall as associate members and may earn full membership by spring …

Pullman folks willing to keep waterways clean

More than 200 people are expected to meet Saturday at Spring Street Park in Pullman to clean up the city’s streams by removing trash and debris in an annual event …

Pullman plan reaches for the sky; Moscow project also in works

A total of 82-apartments, a two-story parking garage with 112 spaces and 10,000 square feet of main-floor commercial space are proposed for what could become Pullman’s tallest downtown building.

Knowledge gained as power conserved

A volunteer group of Pullman Avista customers saw their power consumption decline by 9.3 percent after they were given high-tech thermostats.

100 years ago in the Inland Northwest: Communities show patriotrism one day after United States enters World War I

One day after the U.S. entered World War I, towns across the region were showing their patriotism. Moscow: “Citizens without regard to rank or station,” marched in a parade headed …

Four cases of mumps reported in Whitman County

The Whitman County Health Department announced Thursday it has taken reports of four cases of mumps within the past seven days.

Pullman-Moscow airport eyes expanding parking

An expanded parking lot at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport could open the door for more revenue from rental car businesses.

WSU considers selling land to build ‘village’ of housing, shopping developments on Pullman campus

Washington State University is working with a private developer to build a “village” of apartments, condos, townhouses, retail stores and dining options on the Pullman campus just west of the …

UPDATED: Fri., March 24, 2017

Community Colleges of Spokane to offer classes at WSU in Pullman

The Community Colleges of Spokane will start offering classes on the Washington State University campus starting April 3.

UPDATED: Tue., March 21, 2017

Three WSU students charged in connection to Snake River Fire

Three Washington State University students were charged Monday with gross misdemeanors for allegedly starting an illegal campfire that sparked the Snake River Fire that burned roughly 11,000 acres of land …

UPDATED: Sat., March 11, 2017

ISP wants liquor licensees to be open, make sales

The Idaho State Police Alcohol Beverage Control division is trying to crack down on individuals who use their liquor license sparingly or not at all, according to a bill introduced …

WSU conduct board not racially biased, report says

An independent review of Washington State University’s Student Conduct Board found no evidence of racial bias, according to a report completed Feb. 16 and released Wednesday by Lyons O’Dowd, a …

‘Not In Our Town’ takes shape in Pullman

The local affiliation of Not In Our Town started to take shape Wednesday with a new name, leader and committee at the Community Congregational United Church of Christ in Pullman.

Pullman council hears pitch for police drones

Changes could be coming to Pullman’s streets and air space, and Police Chief Gary Jenkins wants to hear what the public thinks about those changes. A Tuesday’s Pullman City Council …

UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 24, 2017

Former WSU defensive lineman Robert Barber charged with assault

Former Washington State University football player Robert Barber, whose summertime melee and subsequent expulsion led to calls for the university to review its student conduct policy, now faces a felony …

UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 22, 2017

University of Idaho to no longer euthanize nuisance animals

The University of Idaho will continue to trap wild, stray or feral animals on its campus, but it will end its practice of euthanization, according to the university’s Nuisance Animal …