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  • Moscow Police: U of I student murders, Pullman, Salem double stabbings unrelated November 26, 2022
    MOSCOW, ID. — The murder of four University of Idaho students and two double stabbings that happened in Pullman in 1999 and Salem, Oregon, in 2021 are not related to each other, according to the Moscow Police Department. MPD sent out an updated press release just past 9 p.m. on Friday providing updates to the […]
  • Lewiston PD looking for suspect who attempted to abduct a young girl November 26, 2022
    LEWISTON, ID. — The Lewiston Police Department is looking for a suspect who attempted to abduct a young girl. The girl was able to get away and is safe with her family. The suspect was last seen walking south away from the Community Center at 1424 Main Street, where police were originally dispatched Friday evening. […]
  • Football now, friends forever: WSU defensive backs share special connection ahead of Apple Cup November 26, 2022
    WSU's Armani Marsh and Sam Lockett have a bond that extends beyond the football field
  • Downtown Coeur d’Alene parade, tree lighting ceremony returns November 26, 2022
    COEUR D’ALENE, ID. — The Christmas spirit is off to a bright start in the Inland Northwest. The 30th annual parade and tree lighting ceremony happened a few hours ago in Coeur d’Alene. The weather didn’t keep people away. Large crowds gathered to kick off the Christmas spirit together. “It’s not raining on my parade,” […]
  • Falconry in Qatar finds connection to local breeder November 26, 2022
    REARDEN, Wash. — The eyes of the world are on Qatar for the next three weeks as soccer teams battle it out at the World Cup. Qatar is the first Arab and Muslim-majority country to host the World Cup. While soccer fever is sweeping through the country, it built eight stadiums to host the World […]

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  • Evacuation area shrinks near southwest Washington fire October 18, 2022
    CAMAS, Wash. (AP) — Some roads reopened and evacuation zones shrank near a wildfire fed Sunday by gusty winds and low humidity east of Vancouver, Washington, as fire officials got a better handle on fire activity amid weather changes. About 3,000 residents were told to leave their homes Sunday night as the Nakia Creek Fire […]
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service conducts prescribed burn near Cheney October 15, 2022
    CHENEY, Wash. — If you see smoke out in Cheney, crews are doing a prescribed burn in the area. Spokane County Fire District 3 said on Saturday that US Fish and Wildlife Service is burning a prescribed area of the Turnbull Wildlife Refuge Fire Management Specialist for Turnbull Wildfire Refuge Ken Meinhart said the fire […]
  • Burn ban lifted across Spokane County October 14, 2022
    SPOKANE, Wash. – Regional fire marshals have lifted burn restrictions for Spokane County and the greater Spokane metro area.  The restrictions were lifted as of 8 a.m. Friday.  “We want to thank everyone for their compliance with the burn restrictions this summer,” said Spokane Valley Fire Department Fire Marshal Greg Rogers. “This was a complicated […]
  • Washington state’s fire season lightest in a decade October 9, 2022
    SEATTLE (AP) — Washington state this year has had the fewest square miles burned in a decade following the second- and third-worst fire seasons on record in 2020 and 2021. State Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz announced Friday that about 219 square miles (567 square kilometers) burned in 2022 wildfires, The Seattle Times reported. That’s […]
  • Lower South Hill apartment house catches fire September 27, 2022
    SPOKANE, Wash — An apartment house caught on fire in Lower South Hill early Tuesday morning. The fire started in a stairwell between the second and third floors of the building near Maple Street and 6th Street. All fire damage was confined to one unit and everyone inside evacuated safely. Maple Street was closed as […]

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