Asotin County Fire District #1 Crews Battle First Wildland Fire of the YearMia CarlsonNewsBreak Contributor
Man Attempting to Register as Sex Offender Arrested After Discovery of Warrant for Alleged 2018 Sex OffensesMia CarlsonNewsBreak Contributor
Sex Offender's Personal Restraint Petition Denied; Court of Appeals Rules Former Judge's Sexual Misconduct Not a FactorMia CarlsonNewsBreak Contributor
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Man Arrested After Allegedly Stealing Woman's Wallet from Shopping Cart at Walmart and Using Her Debit Card Numerous Times
ASOTIN COUNTY - 25-year-old Abraham Gonzalez was arrested and booked into the Asotin County Jail earlier this week on numerous charges after he allegedly stole a woman's wallet out of her shopping cart at Walmart and using her debit card several times. The woman reported the theft on March 5...
Moscow Home Damaged By Fire
A Moscow home was damaged by fire early Sunday morning. City of Moscow Volunteer Firefighters were called to the blaze on Bitterroot Street around 2:30. Volunteers found heavy fire and flames extending through the front roof area when they arrived on scene. Six people who were inside the home were evacuated safely. No one was hurt. The home sustained significant fire damage where the blaze started and heavy smoke damage throughout the structure.
37-Year-Old Clarkston Man Charged with Felony Rape in Nez Perce County
LEWISTON, ID - A 37-year-old Clarkston man is facing one count of felony rape in Nez Perce County stemming from an alleged incident in February where the victim was overcome by force. Joshua Corder made his initial appearance in court Thursday afternoon. According to a probable cause affidavit obtained by...
Asotin County Fire District #1 Crews Battle First Wildland Fire of the Year
CLARKSTON, WA - Asotin County Fire District #1 firefighters battled their first wildland fire of the year this afternoon. Crews were dispatched at about 1:47 p.m. to a fire in the Silcott Hills area about seven miles west of Clarkston.
U of Idaho homicides suspect had a rare neurological condition, visual snow. What is it?
MOSCOW (Idaho Statesman) — The man charged with the stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students has spent much of his teen and adult life consumed by a rare neurological disorder known as visual snow syndrome. “He would talk about it, like, all the time,” Thomas Arntz, a...
Clarkston City Council Passes Resolution in Support of $79 Million Clarkston High School Bond
CLARKSTON - In a resolution passed this week, the Clarkston City Council and Mayor Monika Lawrence have given the official endorsement of the City to the Clarkston School District's efforts to seek voter approval of a $79.4 million dollar bond for a revision of Clarkston High School. The bond will...
Suspect arrested in Idaho murders
Four University of Idaho students murdered in off-campus home. On the morning of Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022, Ethan Chapin (20), Madison Mogen (21), Xana Kernodle (20) and Kaylee Goncalves (21) were found dead in their house near the University of Idaho campus in Moscow, Idaho. Details of the crime are...
20 Clarkston High School DECA Students Qualify for International Career Development Conference
CLARKSTON, WA - After competing at the Washington State Career Development Conference earlier this month, twenty (20) Clarkston High School DECA students have qualified to attend the International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida next month. Clarkston High School DECA had 44 students compete at the State Career Development Conference...
Kohberger talked about murders with neighbors
(NewsNation) — In a new documentary by the Law&Crime Network, suspect Bryan Kohberger’s former neighbors speak out about his “strange” behavior shortly after the University of Idaho killings. Kohberger apparently brought up the murders in conversations just days after they occurred. The documentary also reveals text...
Lewiston Man That was Arrested Twice in One Week with Meth Gets Minimum of 1.5 Years in Jail
LEWISTON - A 46-year-old multi-time felon that was arrested twice in Lewiston within a week last October has been sentenced in court. Both of the October arrests were for felony drug possession charges. On October 20, 2022 the Lewiston Police Department pulled over 46-year-old Oliver J. Taylor, of Lewiston, and...
Collision Near Winco in Lewiston Friday Afternoon Leads to Both Involved Drivers Being Arrested for Active Warrants
LEWISTON, ID - On Friday, March 17, 2023 at approximately 12:50 p.m., Officers with the Lewiston Police Department were dispatched to a two-vehicle rollover collision on 17th Street in Lewiston near Winco Foods. According to the LPD, the investigation revealed that 39-year-old Damien Hester, of Orofino, was traveling southbound in...
Lewiston police chief alleges age discrimination at Caldwell
Lewiston Police Chief Jason Kuzik has sent a letter to the city of Caldwell alleging age discrimination and seeking damages for being denied the city’s police chief position last year. A letter dated Feb. 2 and sent to Caldwell city attorney Mark Hilty argues that the city discriminated against...
Moscow Police Department Daily Activity Log: Thursday, March 16, 2023
MOSCOW - Below is the Moscow Police Department daily activity log for Thursday, March 16, 2023. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Two-vehicle, no injuries, non-blocking, moved to the Pizza Hut PL. Officer responded. State accident report taken. ----------------------------------------------------------------- 23-M02043 Noise Complaint. Incident Address: S LILLY ST; between 8th & 3rd. MOSCOW ID 83843. Disposition:...
Lewis-Clark State College Testing Center Earns Recertification for Five Years
LEWISTON, ID - The National College Testing Association has recertified Lewis-Clark State College's Testing Center through 2028, college officials have announced. To earn recertification, which is good for five years, LC State has to show it met the criteria necessary that was developed to guide post-secondary testing centers in the delivery of quality testing programs. Summer Kibbe, LC State’s Testing Center coordinator, led the college’s effort.
23-Year-Old Man Pleads Guilty to Raping a Girl Several Times in Juliaetta
JULIAETTA, ID - A 23-year-old man accused of raping a girl several times in Juliaetta has pleaded guilty. Jason Umphenour pleaded guilty to a rape count on Wednesday in Latah County Second District Court. Umphenour raped the girl multiple times starting in 2020 when she was 14 years old. He admitted to raping the girl when he was interviewed by Idaho State Police investigators. ISP began investigating the case in December of 2021. Umphenour is scheduled to be sentenced in June.
Washington expected to have a limited spring chinook season
Mar. 17—Washington is expected to open limited fishing seasons for hatchery spring chinook on two stretches of the Snake River but not at Clarkston. Chris Donley, fish program managers for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife at Spokane, said the season will be similar to those offered last year, with fishing allowed near Little Goose Dam on Tuesdays and Fridays and near Ice Harbor Dam on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
LPD Joining Law Enforcement Agencies Statewide Increasing Patrols for Impaired Driving Over St. Patrick's Day Weekend
LEWISTON, ID - As St. Patrick’s Day nears, the Lewiston Police Department is reminding those celebrating to make plans for a sober ride home. Between March 16-19, the LPD will be joining law enforcement agencies statewide and increasing patrols for impaired driving. Nationally St. Patrick’s Day is one of...
University of Idaho College of Science 20th Anniversary Seminar
The fourth presentation in University of Idaho's seminar series featuring faculty and alumni to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the founding of the College of Science. All presentations will be via Zoom. The Zoom meeting information will be sent to registered attendees. The next seminar will be Wednesday, March 22,...
Humane Society of the Palouse; 45 Years of Helping Animals and the Community
MOSCOW - Just behind the dog park on East White Avenue in Moscow, sits an inconspicuous building that is home to HSoP, the Humane Society of the Palouse, a small animal shelter that is celebrating its 45th anniversary of serving the animals and people of Latah County. During the past year, they have been able to get updates and improvements completed to shelter that include a new roof over the outside dog runs, the flooring in the indoor dog kennels sealed, and some fresh paint.
Walmart ditches plastic bags in Washington stores
Plastic carryout bags will no longer be available at Walmart checkouts in Pullman and Clarkston in a change that will occur at all of the retail giant’s stores in Washington on April 18. When a ban on single-use plastic bags went into effect in Washington in October 2021, Walmart...
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