The Latah County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a homicide that is believed to have occurred Monday just off state Highway 8 east of Troy in a wooded area.
The Moscow Volunteer Fire Department identified Arlene K. Willenborg-Cowin, 66, as the woman who died Tuesday afternoon at Gritman Medical Center from injuries she sustained during a residential fire that started around 10 a.m. Tuesday on the 1000 block of Camas Street.
A man allegedly involved in a robbery Tuesday night is facing numerous felony charges, including suspicion of two counts of aggravated assault, robbery and possession of a methamphetamine, as well as suspicion of a misdemeanor battery charge.
Unconventional on-campus living — Steel House offers UI students an alternative option to traditional campus housing and Greek life Olivia Heersink 07.21.2017
Allyson Schwartz, a University of Idaho sophomore, needed an environment that offered privacy, as well as an opportunity to socialize, which she was able find in Steel House.
News roundup — This week’s top news stories in the community and on campus Olivia Heersink 07.21.2017
Genesee man to undergo further psychological evaluation A Genesee man charged with aggravated battery with an enhancement for great bodily harm must now undergo further psychological evaluation before an official trial date can be set.
Peering into the silver screen — UI professor releases new book focusing on Hollywood’s ‘abnormal’ body types Olivia Heersink 07.21.2017
Russell Meeuf has always been fascinated with movies and television. So much so, the University of Idaho professor and self-proclaimed “film nerd” dedicated his career to studying it.
Arts roundup — This week’s top arts and culture stories and events on campus and in the community Olivia Heersink 07.20.2017
UI to offer film and television studies degree The University of Idaho will now offer a new degree in film and television studies through the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences.
Opening doors, Vandal or otherwise — UI employs several programs to increase university, overall state postsecondary enrollment Olivia Heersink 07.19.2017
Idaho high school students are currently one of the least likely demographics to pursue a college education, the United States Department of Education reports, creating a low postsecondary enrollment across the state. The University of Idaho is not only working to augment its own enrollment, but that of that entire state, in an effort to […]
A Moscow man in his late 20s to early 30s shot himself in the University of Idaho Arboretum early Sunday morning. The Moscow Police Department has ruled the incident as a suicide, Capt. Paul Kwiatkowski said, and have located the man’s next of kin. They will wait to release his name until later in the […]
The University of Idaho recently teamed up with Boise State University in a proposal for the Idaho State Board of Education to reestablished alcohol sales on both campuses during sporting and other university events.
The University of Idaho’s 2017 Screen on the Green film series has moved tomorrow’s opening film to the International Ballroom of the Bruce Pitman Center due to weather concerns. Screen on the Green will be kicked off with the 2017 production of “Beauty and the Beast.” It will start at 8:45 p.m., and it is […]
Going the extra mile — Moscow man receives Cicerone cerification, becomes beer connoisseur Olivia Heersink 06.08.2017
Ryan Hayes may look like your average bartender at first glance, but a small pin hanging from the Tapped: Taphouse and Kitchen employee’s shirt would suggest otherwise.
News briefs — June 7, 2017 Olivia Heersink 06.08.2017
UI restores Administration Building The University of Idaho shared its plans for the renovation of the Administration Building May 31. According to a news release, both the inside and outside of the Administration Building will be updated throughout the summer.
The University of Idaho announced Thursday it completed an internal review of the rocket fuel explosion that occurred on campus April 13, injuring four students.
Out with the old, in with the new — UI Swim Center closes for summer renovation Olivia Heersink 05.24.2017
The University of Idaho Swim Center will be closed for the duration of the summer as it undergoes a complete remodel, concentrating mainly on replacing the pools’ tile and gutters.
Genesee man accused of stabbing his ex-wife no longer faces attempted murder charge Olivia Heersink 05.12.2017
A Genesee man was charged with aggravated battery with an enhancement for great bodily harm during a preliminary hearing Thursday in the in Latah County 2nd District Court. Eliseo DeLeon Tye was originally charged with attempted first-degree murder and burglary with the intent to commit a felony April 7, after allegedly stabbing his ex-wife, Shelby […]
Shooting for the stars — UI first-generation student lands NASA internship with help of TRiO Program Olivia Heersink 05.05.2017
Justin Ruehl grew up fascinated with space, and said he often found himself daydreaming about worlds beyond his own. It was a curiosity the University of Idaho senior said he couldn’t shake as he got older.