Local Man Arrested: Allegedly Threatened Walmart Employees & Spit Numerous Times in Cop CarMia CarlsonNewsBreak Contributor
Kohberger Death Penalty Would Cost $1M More Than Life In PrisonThe LanternNewsBreak Contributor
Clarkston Sex Offender Arrested for Communicating with Minor on SnapchatNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
YouTube Livestream of Pa. Murder Trial: Judge Bans Media CamerasSakinah's NewsNewsBreak Contributor
Unraveling the Idaho Murders: A Timeline of TragedyAdam TabrizNewsBreak Contributor
Plans Coming To Light About Proposed Solar Farm In North Whitman County
PULLMAN - Plans are coming to light about a proposed 900-acre solar farm in North Whitman County. The Whitman County Planning Commissioners will be hearing from a company called Daystar Renewable Energy during their meeting in Colfax on Wednesday night. The planning commission has begun discussions about potential restrictions on solar farms. This proposed project would be the first solar farm in Whitman County. Any possible restrictions on solar farms from the planning commission would require final approval from the Whitman County Commissioners.
27-Year-Old Clarkston Man Arrested Again For Eluding In Whitman County
COLFAX - A 27-year-old Clarkston man has been arrested again for eluding in Whitman County. The most recent incident occurred Saturday night in Pullman around 8:00. An officer tried to pull over a driver on Bishop Boulevard for suspicion of drunk driving. The driver reportedly failed to stop for the officer and sped off at high speed south out of town on Johnson Road.
Colfax Library Hosting Tree of Lights and Remembrance Ceremony Tomorrow
The Colfax Library is hosting a Tree of Lights & Remembrance Ceremony tomorrow at 5:30. The free event is a time to remember people who have passed. There will be a speaker and individual names will be read from those submitted. To submit a name visit mailto:email@example.com.
Pullman PD Investigating Rash Of Car Burglaries
The Pullman Police Department is investigating a rash of vehicle burglaries. Officers responded to six vehicle burglaries on Saturday morning. Early Saturday morning police arrested a man for allegedly trying to burglarize a car on Military Hill. 20 year old Andrew Morrill of Pullman was arrested for 2nd degree vehicle prowl. Officers are trying to determine if Morrill was involved in the other car burglaries.
Local Police Log Highlights: Welfare Check at Denny's, Alcohol-Related Incident and Domestic Dispute
The Moscow Police Department (MPD) press log for December 5, 2023, recorded several incidents. The first incident was a welfare check at a Denny's on W Pullman Rd. A man had been sleeping there for 45 minutes, prompting a wellbeing check. An officer responded, but no report was filed.
No. 21 Washington St. Cougar Women beat South Dakota St. 69-64 on the road
BROOKINGS, S.D. - The No. 21 ranked Washington State women's basketball team beat the South Dakota State Jackrabbits 69-64 in South Dakota on Tuesday, improving to 10-1 on the season. Four Cougars finished the game in double digits, but Astera Tuhina led the way for WSU, finishing with 18 points,...
Fire Damages Apartment In South Pullman
A two alarm fire damaged an apartment in South Pullman Friday afternoon. City of Pullman Firefighters responded to a fire alarm around Noon at the Riverview Apartments behind Pullman Regional Hospital. A small fire in the kitchen of a downstairs unit was quickly extinguished. Two Pullman Police Officers and an adult male suffered minor smoke inhalation and were treated and released on scene. The officers suffered the smoke inhalation while they were evacuating the apartment building. A female in a unit near the fire was rescued from her balcony as the heavy smoke kept her from escaping through the hallway.
What Oregon State and Washington State's agreement with Mountain West means moving forward
We break down how Oregon State and Washington State got to this point and what the future holds for both programs.
Why Washington will beat Texas in College Football Playoff despite being underdogs
Ranked No. 2 in the College Football Playoff rankings, Washington football once again is the underdog, now facing Texas in the Sugar Bowl. If you look at the front of the Washington football team's helmets, it reads “Dawgs.” But by now, perhaps it should read “underdogs.”. With...
WSU Press Holding Annual Book Fair Tomorrow
The Washington State University Press will have its annual book fair tomorrow from 11 to 3. The fair will be in the Terrell Library Atrium on campus and will highlight books WSU Press published throughout the year. There will be discounts of 30-50% on all titles, drawings for free books, and complimentary refreshments. Sale prices will be valid for phone and online orders using coupon code HBF2023 throughout the week.
WSU Students Pitching Plans for Ruby Street Park Tomorrow
Sophomore landscape architecture students will be presenting plans for Ruby Street Park improvements to the Association of Students at WSU and College Hill representatives tomorrow. The meeting will be at 2:30 in CUB 204 on campus. All are welcome to attend for free.
WSU edge rusher Brennan Jackson named second team All-PAC-12
PULLMAN, Wash. — The PAC-12 All Conference football teams were announced today for the final time in the conference's history. Five WSU Cougars earned honors highlighted by EDGE Brennan Jackson who was named second team all conference. Jackson earned his fourth career All-PAC-12 honor and his second consecutive second...
WSU Students Present Concepts For Gateway District Between Downtown Pullman & Campus Tuesday Night
Design students at Washington State University will be presenting their concepts for a Gateway District between downtown Pullman and campus during a reception tonight. The students will present their ideas at 5:00 at the Floyd Cultural Center on campus. The students have come up with concepts for strengthening the connection between campus and downtown. You can RSVP for the reception here https://research.wsu.edu/event/gateway/
More than 550 University of Idaho students to graduate during winter commencement
SPOKANE, Wash. - More than 550 students from the University of Idaho (U of I) are eligible graduate on Saturday. 391 bachelor’s degrees, 140 master’s degrees, 29 doctorates, 12 juris doctorates, four associate degrees and two specialist degrees will be awarded to 555 students. Twenty-nine academic certificates are eligible for completion.
Pullman, Lewiston hoops rivalry taking new shape
When the Pullman vs. Lewiston boys basketball game returned in 2021 after a six-year hiatus, it couldn’t have come at a better time. Pullman’s Jaedyn Brown was in the junior year of a career that ended with back-to-back Washington Class 2A Greater Spokane League MVPs. Grayson Hunt was in the senior year that ended with his second first-team all-league selection.
Flood Watch For The Palouse
The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch for the Palouse. The watch starts tonight and runs to Thursday afternoon. Moderately heavy rains and mild temperatures could cause flooding.
As portal opens, WSU coach Jake Dickert prioritizes fit — especially in the high school ranks
Welcome to the discussion. Posting comments is now limited to subscribers only. Become one today or log in using the link below. For additional information on commenting click here.
Pullman Fire Department Accepting Donations for Families in Need
Pullman Fire Department is accepting donations for families in need now through December 17. Donations can be non-perishable food items, toys, and winter wear. All items will be taken to the Community Action Center or Pullman Child Welfare at the end of the donation period. Items can be dropped off at Station 1 in Pullman through December 17 at 3.
An unprecedented milestone for WSU linebacker Kyle Thornton
YOU DIDN’T SEE IT HAPPENING as the final whistle sounded in Washington State’s heartbreaking Apple Cup defeat two weeks ago but a new champion was crowned that day at Husky Stadium. With 7 tackles against the Dawgs, fourth-year junior linebacker Kyle Thornton upped his season total to 87 and locked down Washington State’s 2023 tackling title.
Honoring Fred Cornforth’s Contributions to the Vandal Food Pantry
ASUI recently created a joint resolution for the University of Idaho with Boise State University and Idaho State University honoring Fred Cornforth and his contributions to not only the Vandal Food Pantry but also the perspective pantries at the other schools. One part of ASUI’s resolution is focusing on their...