Statewide Add the Words Candlelight Vigils Planned For Tonight
LGBT advocates, who have risked arrest time and again at the Idaho Statehouse in their efforts to have Idaho lawmakers add the words "sexual orientation" and "gender Identity" to the Idaho Human Rights Act, have announced that their next effort will be a statewide candlelight vigil this evening.
Lost Beagle 'Charlie' has entire town of Moscow searching
In Moscow, brightly colored signs have been scattered across town and they have people asking, "What happened to Charlie?" Moscow resident Jeanne Leffingwell put these signs up about a month ago in hopes of finding her lost beagle, Charlie.
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Idaho plans to spend $1 million to defend gay marriage ban
The Idaho Legislature's Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee has approved spending $1 million to defend the state's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
Armed robbers sentenced for Moscow Stinker store theft
Both teenagers who were prosecuted for robbing a convenience store in Moscow last September are now out of jail and on probation.
Genesee resident announces candidacy for Idaho State Legislature
Unlike tax season, the November Election is months away, but some politicians in Latah County are already campaigning.
emsi data research company is making a positive impact on the local economy
A couple of University of Idaho economists became business partners over a decade ago, and now their international data research company is making a positive impact on the local economy.
Moscow Rural Fire Department dispatched to mobile home fire
A Latah County home is burnt to the ground and two pets are dead after a mobile home went up in flames Friday night.
U I Hartung Theatre actors gave a sneak peek of their performances for competition
University of Idaho actors are preparing for the regional Kennedy Center-American College Theatre Festival in Boise, where they'll compete against schools from across the region.
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North Idaho fire destroys trailer home, kills 2 dogs
A fire in north-central Idaho destroyed a trailer home and killed two dogs caught inside.
What Happened To Rachael? Man Charged In Wife's Death Wants Trial Moved
A 52-year-old Moscow man charged with killing his estranged wife nearly four years ago wants his trial moved out of Lewiston due to extensive news coverage.
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Peace Radio: Peace Radio for February 9, 2014, Segment 1
This is the February 9, 2014 edition of Peace Radio. This show features an interview with artist and activist Rebecca Rod about the Moscow Idaho Human Rights Forum and Idaho Rep. Lynn Luker's religious freedom bill which, if passed, would protect individuals from being fired or losing their licenses if their religious beliefs compel them to ... (more)