Moscow Man Arrested For Allegedly Making Another Threat Toward Moscow Schools

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MOSCOW, ID - A 26-year-old Moscow man who reportedly made threats on a YouTube podcast to shoot up two schools in Moscow was arrested early this morning.  Michael D. Mastro has been charged with Misdemeanor Use of Telephone to Annoy, Terrify, Threaten, Intimidate, Harass, or Offend after he allegedly made another threat.

Two Teens Injured in Collision on State Highway 8

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MOSCOW, ID - Two teenagers were transported to Gritman Medical Center following a one-vehicle collision about four miles east of Moscow at 10:29 a.m. today.  The Idaho State Police says 19-year-old Christian Aguirre-Dowell of Bonners Ferry was traveling eastbound on State Highway 8 when his 2002 Toyota Celica went off the south side of the highway at milepost 8.5.

Pomeroy Coach Among the WIAA 2018 Hall of Fame Class

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LEWISTON, ID - The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced its six-member 2018 Hall of Fame Class.  The group will be honored alongside the class of 2017 at a May 2nd luncheon at the Renton Pavilion Events Center.  Joining the class as administrator is Bob Kirk.  He spent 32 years as an athletic director and teacher at Pomeroy High School, while also serving 24 years as the WIAA District 9 Director.

New Report Shows Multiple Drug Use Responsible for One in Four Washington Traffic Deaths in 2016

State traffic safety advocates advise caution as “420 Day” approaches, an unofficial celebration dedicated to cannabis

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OLYMPIA, WA - The Washington Traffic Safety Commission today released a report that shows there has been a significant increase of multiple drug (alcohol and other intoxicants), or poly-drug use, in drivers involved in deadly crashes.  Driver impairment is the most common factor in deadly crashes in Washington, present in more than half of all traffic deaths in 2016.

LCSC Baseball Coach Announced

Jake Taylor was a standout for Lewis-Clark State’s 1992 National Championship team

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LEWISTON, ID - Lewis-Clark State College today announced the next coach for its baseball team.  Jake Taylor was a standout for the Warriors' 1992 National Championship team.  He will replace Jeremiah Robbins, who is leaving at the end of the 2018 season in order to create a program at Umpqua Junior College in Oregon and be closer to his and his wife’s families.

Late Winter Precipitation Boosts Washington State's Water Supply for Summer

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CLARKSTON, WA - Continued cold, snowy weather during late winter brought good news for Washington State's summer water supply.  Officials say the state's snowpack levels are near or above normal for this time of year.  Across the state, the snow supply average is 119% of normal. The lower Snake River snowpack is at 124% of normal.


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