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Self-proclaimed Archangel of Death wants stalking charge dropped

The Spokane man who proclaimed himself Azrael, the Archangel of Death, in a letter to a tribal police officer says the federal stalking charge against him should be dropped because …

Idaho tribal officer acquitted of lying to FBI

LEWISTON, Idaho — A federal jury acquitted a Nez Perce Tribal police officer of lying to the FBI in a case linked to the 2011 fatal shooting of a motorist.

Man in officer stalking case will stay in jail before trial

A Spokane man federal agents say believes himself to be the archangel of death will remain behind bars awaiting trial on federal charges of stalking. Brent Russ, 33, appeared in …

Eye on Boise: Libraries in Idaho adding pep to the Net

BOISE – Although Idaho achieved the dubious distinction last week of being declared the state with the slowest Internet by the New York Times – some Idahoans apparently are having …

Idaho panel endorses tribal policing proposal

BOISE – After a six-hour hearing that stretched long into the evening, an Idaho House committee on Wednesday endorsed the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s legislation to let its police officers enforce …

Court: Tribal police can pursue beyond reservation

The Washington state Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that tribal police can pursue non-Indian motorists outside a reservation if they see a traffic infraction on tribal lands.