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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.
2 families in University of Idaho quadruple homicide file legal claims against city, police, schools
The families of two victims of Idaho’s quadruple homicide have filed notices reserving the right to sue four government entities surrounding the crime. Bryan Kohberger, 28, a Pennsylvania native who was studying criminal justice and criminology at Washington State University, was arrested in December and indicted this month on four first-degree murder charges, facing allegations that he stabbed four University of Idaho students to death in a Moscow home.
Accused suspect used a sinister manipulation tactic before the University of Idaho murders, he allegedly broke into female colleague’s apartment
Bryan Kohberger, who is accused of killing four students from the University of Idaho, is said to have broken into a female colleaque’s apartment and moved her things around. He did this as part of a plan to control her. Bryan, 28, became friends with the woman at Washington...
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.
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...
Former WSU sharpshooter Abe Lodwick has been busy
Former Washington State sharpshooter Abe Lodwick provides an update on his basketball ventures and what he's been doing lately.
USC AD candidate profile: Pat Chun of Washington State
The USC athletic director search is on. The University of Southern California has set in motion a transition plan with an interim athletic department administrator plus a Big Ten transition team, two clear indications the school is assembling people and ideas to help in the search for the next permanent athletic director at the school.
WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center Discover New Apple Variety
The Washington State University’s (WSU) Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center has discovered a new apple variety that is suitable for market. Growers had the opportunity to check out the WA-64 apple in various growth stages at Sunrise Orchard in Rock Island Wednesday. Dr. Katherine Evans said the new...
Plans for memorial garden grow before trial of murder suspect
The legal proceedings related to the killings of four University of Idaho students resurfaced last week with the arraignment of the man accused of carrying out their murders. Bryan Kohberger chose to “stand silent” rather than entering a plea. Latah County District Judge John Judge entered not guilty pleas for him, to four counts of first-degree murder and one count of felony burglary.
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.
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.
WSU financial woes signal red flag from Pac-12 country
With no future TV pact in sight, Wazzu faces cutbacks after audit shows shortfalls, mismanagement of funds. The Pac-12 continues negotiations to land new media rights partner.
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.
WSU Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory Joins National Network
The Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory, a department housed in WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine, has joined a national network of labs dedicated to controlling novel microbial threats. The network is known as the Pathogen Genomics Centers of Excellence and is committed to helping states and local jurisdictions detect, understand, and prevent the spread of disease-causing pathogens.
WSU Core-to-Career program announces members of third cohort
Twenty-one Washington State University faculty have been named as the newest members of the Core-to-Career professional development program that impacts undergradutes’ career readiness. Clif Stratton, director of the University Common Requirements (UCORE) general education program, said, “As their predecessors have done, this third Core-to-Career cohort will work as a...
Washougal basketball great Beyonce Bea heads to WSU
Beyonce Bea is leaving the University of Idaho, but staying in the Palouse for her final season of college basketball. Bea, a 2019 Washougal High School graduate, announced on Tuesday, May 16, that she will join the Washington State University (WSU) women’s basketball program for the 2023-24 season. “It’s...
Cougs’ record-setting Saturday closes out NCAA West Preliminary
The 4X100-meter relay team of Elise Unruh-Thomas, Jada Van Staden, Jasneet Nijjar, and Skyler Walton brought out the fireworks to begin the day, breaking a WSU record that had stood since 1999. Running in her second-career NCAA West Preliminary round, Jerotich ran the eight-lap steeplechase quarterfinal from the front half...
Brush fire near WSU in Pullman destroys 2 homes, injures 3
A wind-fueled brush fire in Pullman near the Washington State University (WSU) campus Monday afternoon damaged homes, destroyed vehicles, and injured three people. The two-alarm fire started around 12:30 p.m., according to the Pullman Fire Department, and was spread by 25-mile-an-hour winds that broke out in Pullman’s College Hill neighborhood, not far from the WSU campus.
Inslee talks clean energy jobs, Malden rebuild and battling climate change
Washington Governor Jay Inslee visited Washington State University’s Pullman campus on Thursday. He spoke with Northwest Public Broadcasting’s Mary Ellen Pitney on climate-related issues including building more electric car charging stations, helping towns become fire resistant and recovery efforts in Malden, three years after that Labor Day fire.
Hinchliffe ties WSU school record, advances to NCAA Championships
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — True freshman Louie Hinchliffe tied a Washington State men's track and field all-time program record in the 100-meter dash Friday at 10.17 to place fourth in his heat and 12th overall, earning a trip in Austin, Texas later this month for the 2023 NCAA Championships (June 7-10). Hinchliffe's nationals qualifying time highlighted the third of four days for WSU at the 2023 NCAA West Preliminary Round at Sacramento State University's Hornet Stadium.
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