On-line competition forces Staples consolidation of stores
Staples stores across the nation are closing their doors but it's unclear if the Lewiston office-supplies location is one of them.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Possible Wysup Hyundia acquisition is pending
Wysup Hyundai may become another member of the Kendall Auto Group pending a possible acquisition.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Rios pleads innocent at arraignment of several charges
A Lewiston man accused of vehicular homicide said he's not guilty. Kyle Rios, 24, pleaded not guilty in Nez Perce District Court Wednesday.
Lewiston students hear author's story about raising "Buffy" a black bear
An award-winning author and former black bear owner visited Lewiston Wednesday, to tell students about the importance of reading and education.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Debate of smoke-free parks continues for Lewiston city officials
A smoke-free policy at playgrounds and baseball fields in Lewiston is gaining momentum.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
City council votes in favor of buying Port of Lewiston land
The city is moving forward with the purchase of port property for two and a half times the appraised value.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
URA special meeting highlights 2013 achievements
The Urban Renewal Agency is preparing for future development within the city of Lewiston.
North Lewiston Dog Park is in design phase
Dog parks are a growing trend around the country and the city of Lewiston is catching on.
Land development begins with sewer line for park in Lewiston Orchards
New softball fields? How about a swimming pool? Those are just a couple options the Lewiston Parks and Rec Department are considering for 310-acres of land in the Orchards.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Thu Feb 20, 2014
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Lawmaker urges 'realistic' debate on Medicaid expansion this session
Idaho lawmakers introduced a plan to eliminate the state- and county-backed program that pays indigent residents' medical costs, part of a strategy to keep discussion of Medicaid expansion alive.
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OMG! Your teen actually talks to you?
They roll their eyes, walk away in a huff, shout "Mom, you don't know what you are talking about" and then slam the bedroom door -- symbolizing the end to any hope of a conversation.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Former resident who endured years of sexual abuse by Boy Scout leader speaks out
We first told you about a lawsuit against the Boy Scouts of America back in June involving a former Lewiston boy scout who claims his scout leader molested him.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
LPD arrest extremely paranoid naked man banging on neighbors door
A Lewiston man found himself behind bars after some bazaar behavior. Lewiston Police were dispatched to Ripon Avenue Thursday afternoon after a report of a person banging on a door, while naked.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Trial Delayed For Former N. Idaho Teacher Charged With Possessing Child Porn
The trial for a former agricultural education instructor at a northern Idaho high school charged with 11 counts of possessing child pornography has been delayed.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
City ordinance bans scooters at Mountain Dew Skate Park
As spring quickly approaches and people start dusting off their skateboards and bikes, one thing you might want to think twice about before riding at the Mountain Dew Skate Park... is your scooter.
Scroggins sentenced to probation for sexual exploitation of a minor
A Lewiston man charged with multiple sex crimes against children will not be going to prison.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Committee OKs Plan To Raise Speed Limits In Idaho
A bill that could raise speed limits on Idaho roads is headed to the Senate floor after gaining the approval of the Senate Transportation Committee.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
First Territorial Capitol replica building welcomed Congressman Labrador
A U.S. congressman made a stop at a historical building in Lewiston. Republican Congressman Raul Labrador took a break from politics in Washington, D.C. to see a slice of history at the Territorial Replica Capitol Building on Saturday.
Republican candidates made stop in Lewiston as Primary Election approaches
Two republican candidates are looking for your votes this spring as they throw their hats in the ring for Idaho State offices.