Riverport Brewing Company, Saturday, 1-5pm
CLARKSTON, WA – Every 53 hours a police officer dies in the line of duty. That’s why two local folks are hosting an event tomorrow. The “Brew For The Blue” events finishes off National Police Week with a bang.
LEWISTON, ID - Most of the signs of the heavy rains last night are now gone from Lewiston. The area in the parking lot outside McDonald’s and the Red Lion Hotel is now almost completely dry and cleaned up. There is a chance for more rain tonight, but the National Weather Service does not expect anywhere near as much as we had last night.
Pedestrian Hits Truck
LEWISTON, ID – A man allegedly tried to climb onto a moving semi-truck yesterday on the Interstate Bridge between Lewiston and Clarkston. A city spokesperson says the man was involved in a dispute with another man when he entered traffic.
Reminder: 1pm Saturday
LEWISTON, ID – The Wheatland Fire District’s new building is ready for inspection. The trucks are parked inside and the gear is on the shelves. Eventually the facility will also have a kitchen, offices, and a big meeting room that the community can use for events.
Photo: Nezperce, ID
NEZPERCE, ID – Nezperce got quite a bit rain as well last night. This photo is from Amber Dygert. She took the photo near the Post Office. The prairie can expect more rain today.
Today, Tonight, & Tomorrow
LEWISTON, ID – With nearly an inch of rain in the last 24 hours, Lewiston’s streets are starting to dry again. The end of the rain may not be here yet though.
LEWISTON, ID - There is standing and moving water on the streets in Lewiston and other parts of the area right now. These shots are from the bottom of 21st street and near the Red Lion.
Pedestrian Allegedly Hit
LEWISTON, ID – A man was allegedly hit on the Interstate Bridge this afternoon. Traffic was shut down on the Clarkston side headed into Lewiston while Lewiston Police and a medical crew sorted things out.
As of 2:15
CLARKSTON, WA – The lockout is lifted at two Clarkston schools. At 2:15, the schools were back open after the administrators say a student was apprehended.
CLARKSTON, WA – A farm truck snagged some utility lines in the Clarkston Heights today. About 11:45 this morning, the vehicle was turning the corner at 2nd avenue and 23rd street when the trailer connected with some utility lines and started to pull a connected pole down.
WHITMAN CO, WA – One person was injured yesterday after an accident with a semi truck. It happened near the north end of the Red Wolf Bridge. Because the DOT shut down the bridge completely to make repairs, it took emergency crews several extra minutes to get to the site.
ASOTIN, WA – Local deputies will be looking more closely to make sure you’re buckled up. The Asotin County Sheriff’s Office says starting Monday, they’ll have deputies patrolling to make sure everyone is following the law and wearing a safety belt.
Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office
LEWISTON, ID – There’s a new phone scam going around. The Nez Perce County Sheriff’s Office is sending out the warning. A man with a strong southern accent called a local resident and said he was from the Sheriff’s Department. He said the person had 2 arrest warrants out, and needed to go to the courthouse to take care of it.
Open House Sat, 1pm
LEWISTON, ID – The Wheatland Fire District is gearing up for what could be a bad grass fire season. Their new building is finished just in time. They have 6 trucks of different kinds that can respond to home and wild fires, and now they have a clean facility to house them.
$1,800,000.00 Price Tag
OLYMPIA, WA – Your next ballot will likely come with postage attached. Washington Governor Jay Inslee agrees with Secretary of State Kim Wyman that Washington voters shouldn’t have to pay to send back their votes. They anticipate it will cost $1,800,000.00 of Washingtonians’ tax money to add postage to every ballot that goes out.