Tuesday May 21
American Queen to begin service in Pacific Northwest
American Queen to begin riverboat service in the Pacific Northwest The American Queen Steamboat Co., which revived riverboat cruising on the Mississippi last year, is moving west, announcing today a deal to The American Queen Steamboat Co., which revived riverboat cruising on the Mississippi last year, is moving west, announcing today a deal to ... (more)
Mutual Aid Eyed After Wash. Firefighters Hurt
May 14--Clarkston Fire Chief Steve Cooper said Monday a residential fire that caused multiple injuries over the weekend was not an incident that should've required mutual aid, but he is not opposed to getting agreements with neighboring agencies back on the table.
Walla Walla Community College wine program getting new director
Alan Busacca, a former Washington State University geology professor who now co-owns a vineyard near The Dalles and a winery in Bingen, will take the helm of the community college program in July.
Hoisington scheduled to be released from McNeil Island
A convicted rapist, who's served time for raping women in both Lewiston and Clarkston had a hearing for dismissal Wednesday morning.
Defense submits motion to dismiss federal explosives charges against Clarkston man
Following a hearing in U.S. District Court yesterday, Judge Lonny Suko has taken a motion to dismiss federal explosives charges and a motion to suppress evidence against a 22-year-old Clarkston man "under advisement." Joey Brice pled guilty in September to manufacturing an explosive device and attempting to provide material assistance to ... (more)
Developing Story: 2 Men Arrested After Lewiston Shooting
A reported home-invasion shooting in Lewiston has led to the arrest of two men. Lewiston Police say no one was injured, but 26-year-old Michael Wilson of Lapwai was arrested on suspicion of attempted first-degree murder.
Documents: Men had pact to kill each other's wives
Two men charged with murdering an Idaho woman who disappeared three years ago had a pact to kill each other's wives, according to court documents released in the case.
Wash. Man charged with murder in missing wife case
Fifty-one-year-old Charles Capone of Clarkston, Wash., was also charged Wednesday with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, failure to notify officials of a death and one other felony.