She vanished months before the Idaho murders. Why has her death been linked to Bryan Kohberger?The Independent2 DAYS AGO
Kohberger evidence impacts death penalty decision: Expertnewsnationnow.com1 DAY AGO
Families of 2 Moscow stabbing victims file legal claims against city, police, schoolsIdaho Statesman2 DAYS AGO
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Asotin County Prosecutor/Coroner Ben Nichols Tragically Dies After Motorcycle CrashMia CarlsonNewsBreak Contributor
University Of Idaho Tragedy Update: Suspect Bryan Kohberger Refuses To Enter Guilty Plea In CourtFlorence CarmelaNewsBreak Contributor
Former City Clerk Indicted For Allegedly Embezzling More Than $444,000 From Two Idaho TownsMia CarlsonNewsBreak Contributor
Why Defendant in High-Profile Case Has Plea of "Not Guilty" Entered on his Behalf Despite SilenceGreta NunezNewsBreak Contributor
Pullman police look for pickpockets
May 27—The Pullman Police Department is asking the community for help identifying pickpockets at the local Safeway. Around 10:30 a.m. Thursday the department received a report of a woman whose wallet was reportedly stolen while shopping at Safeway. Officers reviewed video surveillance and saw a woman and a man who allegedly removed her wallet from her purse, according to a City of Pullman police Facebook post.
Idaho victims’ families seeking death penalty for accused killer
(NewsNation) — The families of Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen, victims of the Idaho college killings, are filing notices indicating their desire to seek the death penalty for Bryan Kohberger, the accused killer. “We spoke with the prosecutor on the case, Mr. Thompson. He’s going to meet with all...
Kohberger evidence impacts death penalty decision: Expert
(NewsNation) — Prosecutors involved in the Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger case have less than two months to decide if they’re going to seek the death penalty. Former homicide prosecutor Matt Murphy said Friday on “Elizabeth Vargas Reports” that the evidence against Kohberger is “overwhelmingly awful” and will factor into their decision.
U of I named in tort claims stemming from slayings
The families of two University of Idaho students murdered in an off-campus house in November have filed tort claims against several entities, including the U of I. The Idaho Statesman reported Thursday on the tort claims, filed by the families of Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen. The claims were filed...
Police: No evidence Bryan Kohberger is tied to the death of Pennsylvania woman
While police are still investigating Dana Smithers’ death, they’ve made it clear that her disappearance isn’t “in any way tied” to Bryan Kohberger.
Moscow teen giving 'Grandpa Blankets' to cancer patients
It’s common for local high school students interested in health care to volunteer at Gritman Medical Center in Moscow. Shelley McGregor, Gritman’s volunteer coordinator, said they do so as part of their school-required senior projects. They typically shadow Gritman staff and research jobs in different departments. However, what...
Lapwai man pleads not guilty to arson
A Lapwai man accused of threatening a Pullman residence with explosive devices has pleaded not guilty. Apollo Lawyer, 31, was charged with first-degree assault, first-degree arson, first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm, first-degree malicious placement of an explosive, first-degree burglary and felony harassment. Superior Court Judge Gary Libey said in court Lawyer could face up to life in prison for the alleged crimes.
University of Idaho Student-Athletes Achieve Highest GPA Since Tracking Metric
Student-athletes at the University of Idaho earned a cumulative 3.44 GPA for the spring 2023 semester. 103 student-athletes earned a perfect 4.0, 259 earned above a 3.0 GPA, and 145 were named to the Dean’s List. This has been the best semester since the university started tracking the metric.
Students at Moscow Middle School Expo show what they’ve learned
The smell of grilled hot dogs and the pleasant sounds of the Moscow Middle School orchestra greeted parents who stopped by the school Thursday to see what their children have learned throughout the school year. The school staged its first Moscow Middle School Expo since the COVID-19 pandemic to show...
Opinion: U of I’s affiliation with the University of Phoenix is a good business decision
My term as president of the Idaho State Board of Education ended last month. The final months of my term were spent immersing myself in the details involved in negotiations between the University of Idaho and the University of Phoenix, which ultimately resulted in a groundbreaking transaction approved earlier this month by unanimous vote of the Idaho State Board of Education, sitting as the Board of Regents of the University of Idaho.
Police Say No Evidence Found Tying Idaho Suspect to Second Murder
The state, nation, and globe are all watching closely as Bryan Kohberger has significantly resurfaced in the news surrounding his arraignment. The missing person case from May of 2022 would have been months before the crimes in Moscow occurred, which is he currently being held in custody as the suspect of. We have heard for months now that police were allegedly looking into other crimes to see if there could be any ties to Kohberger but did not know if there was actual truth to that.
Grieving relatives declare Maddie May Day
Family members of one of the victims in the November quadruple homicide in Moscow are urging people to complete “random acts of kindness” on her behalf today. Madison Mogen died Nov. 13 along with fellow University of Idaho students Xana Kernodle, Kaylee Goncalves and Ethan Chapin in a King Road home. The suspect in their deaths, Bryan Kohberger, is in Latah County Jail awaiting his October jury trial.
Investigators Unable To Determine Cause Of Monday’s Blaze On Pullman’s College Hill
Investigators were unable to determine what caused Monday’s fire that damaged two duplexes on Pullman’s College Hill. The City of Pullman’s Fire Marshal has concluded his investigation ruling that the cause of the blaze is undetermined. The fire heavily damaged one duplex and slightly damaged a duplex next door. Three people suffered minor injuries from smoke inhalation. The blaze which started as a brush fire destroyed several vehicles and a boat.
Maddie May Day created to honor Madison Mogen's legacy
MOSCOW, Idaho — May 25 has been designated as "Maddie May Day" in honor of Moscow murder victim Madison Mogen. On Thursday, people are encouraged to perform random acts of kindness. According to their website, "Maddie May Day" was initiated by Mogen's relatives. "We all feel the pain of...
Idaho Student Killings: University Offers New Details on Memorial
The University of Idaho is offering new details about a planned memorial to the four students murdered on Nov. 13, 2022, at a home near campus. (5/23/23) Fore more crime and trial news coverage, visit Court TV
Inslee: Thumbs up to medical residency program
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said he’s happy with what the Pullman Regional Hospital’s Family Medicine Residency Program is doing. The governor visited Whitman County on Thursday, stopping by Pullman on a trip to meet with health care experts at the local hospital. Inslee also dropped by the Community Action Center in Pullman to discuss housing and food assistance with local service providers. The governor finished his visit at the Washington State University Bear Center, where he was met by brown bears and grizzlies.
Idaho college killings: Moscow house now boarded up, guarded
(NewsNation) — Months after an announcement about the forthcoming demolition of the house where four University of Idaho students were killed, the Moscow, Idaho, home is still standing. What’s next for the property?. NewsNation senior national correspondent Brian Entin said the home, at 1122 King Road, is still...
WSU Insider will be back Tuesday
The staff at WSU Insider hopes you’re making the most of your Memorial Day holiday. New postings will resume Tuesday, May 30. If you’re looking for thoughtful reading this holiday weekend, consider this 2020 article commemorating the life of Ronald J. Shurer II, a Washington State University graduate who received the Medal of Honor in recognition of his valor while deployed in Afghanistan.
U of I’s Rinker Rock Creek Ranch invites public to Sagebrush Saturday events
HAILEY — The staff at University of Idaho’s Rinker Rock Creek Ranch, located in south-central Idaho’s Wood River Valley, is inviting the public to learn about recreation management on rangelands and participate in a stewardship activity during two forthcoming workshops. Friday, June 2, at 5:30 p.m.: Chris...
University of Idaho Buys University of Phoenix
The Idaho State Board of Education has approved the University of Idaho’s (U of I) purchase of the University of Phoenix for $550 million. U of I officials believe the acquisition of the University of Phoenix will bring in $10 million in annual revenue, reports Boise Dev. Idaho State...
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