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Study: Monogamous wolves are (probably) better parents

In the rough and tumble, sometimes violent, world of the wolf, it pays to have mom and dad around.


WSU vs. Houston (Sept. 13)

Action from the Washington State at Houston college football game on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019, at NRG Stadium in Houston.


Eastern Washington’s 2019 hunting prospects

Eastern Washington’s 2019 hunting prospects


WSU vs. Northern Colorado (Sept. 7)

Washington State football hosts Northern Colorado on Saturday at 2 p.m. in Pullman.


Boise area resident first woman to reach highest point in Idaho’s 44 counties

Terri Rowe, 57, has ascended to the highest point in each of the lower 48 states — twice — and on Aug. 6 added another accomplishment when she became the …


EWU vs. Lindewood (Sept. 7)

The Eastern Washington Eagles beat Lindenwood, a Division II team from Saint Charles, Missouri 59-31 on a warm day at Roos Field in Cheney, Wash. for the EWU home opener.


EWU Stadium Renovation Project

EWU holds a press conference announcing EWU’s Board of Trustees has approved plans to move forward with the donor-funded EWU Stadium Renovation Project.


Idaho man survives 77 days in Canadian wilderness, wins $500,000

While others struggled in the harsh conditions of Canada’s subarctic, Athol, Idaho native Jordan Jonas thrived. For that, he’s won $500,000.


Hayden man attacked by grizzly last year makes Animal Planet television debut tonight

Bob Legasa will relive his Oct. 13 experience being attacked by a grizzly bear tonight on Animal Planets “I was Prey” show.


An island fantasy: Renting a cabin (for cheap) on Whidbey

For a surprisingly reasonable price, you can effectively rent your own island in the park. It’s a tiny piece of land called Ben Ure Island, and it has a spectacular …


WSU vs New Mexico State on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2019

Washington State University takes on New Mexico State in Pullman on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2019.


Coeur d’Alene vs Rigby

Coeur d’Alene football opens the season with a home game against Rigby at 7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 30, 2019.


A football family: WSU’s Anthony Gordon comes from a long line of gridiron stars

A football family: WSU’s Anthony Gordon comes from a long line of gridiron stars.


The Mongol Derby

After more than a week spending 12 hours per day on horseback, one Idahoan finished what’s known as the world’s toughest horse race — and set a record doing it.


Chiefs Red-White scrimmage

Red defeated White 4-1 in the annual Red-White scrimmage to conclude Spokane Chiefs training camp. Read the story here.


Spokane Indians head groundskeeper Levi Weber

Spokane Indians head groundskeeper Levi Weber works with the crew preparing the field for a game.


Idaho wolf study

Over the course of the summer more than 800 game cameras spread throughout the woods and mountains of Idaho have been taking photos every 10 minutes. Simultaneously.


August Trip of the Month

Rent a boat on Priest Lake.


The other Yellowstone

More than 4 million people visit Yellowstone National Park every year, but relatively few find their way into the park’s 2-million-acre backcountry.


University of Idaho practice (Aug. 8)

Action from University of Idaho’s fall football practice on Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019, in the Kibbie Dome.


Washington State football practice in Lewiston (Aug. 7)

Action from Washington State’s fall football practice on Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019, at Sacajawea Junior High in Lewiston, Idaho.


Mica Peak mountain biking

New trails are taking shape on Mica Peak. And while they likely won’t be complete this year, they anchor and showcase the trail building work done by Evergreen East, a …


Nigel Williams-Goss hosts basketball skills camp

Former Gonzaga point guard Nigel Williams-Goss hosted his annual basketball camp at The Hub in Liberty Lake on Tuesday, August 6, 2019.


Cow blood and fish oil

This summer Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists collected hair samples from black bears in northeast Washington. The effort is part of a larger statewide study aimed at determining …


Black bear research

This summer Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists collected hair samples from black bears in northeast Washington. The effort is part of a larger statewide study aimed at determining …


First day of WSU football fall camp

Action from the first day of Washington State fall football camp on Friday, Aug. 2, 2019, in Pullman, Wash.


Priest Lake marathon swim

On July 21, 2019 Ned Hastings spent 14 hours and 24 minutes swimming the length of Priest Lake. The 54-year-old from the Tri-Cities swam the 24ish miles without touching the …


2019 Showcase Celebrity Golf Exhibition

Action from the Showcase Celebrity Golf Exhibition at the Coeur d’Alene Resort on Saturday, July 27, 2019, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho


Thistle sailboat championships

Sixty Thistles, a popular sailboat that has been built since World War II, were brought to Sandpoint, Idaho for the week of July 22 to participate in the Thistle Association …


Tour Divide

At 60, Spokane resident completes grueling 2,745-mile Tour Divide bike-packing race.