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Summer camp is a place for kids to be kids, but for one group of campers at Twinlow Camp & Retreat Center that sentiment has a very special meaning.
A breach in a log boom the US Army Corps of Engineers uses to temporarily store drift debris resulted in a number of logs and smaller debris entering Lake Pend Oreille Tuesday night.
Athletes from across the globe are beginning to pour into Coeur d'Alene for this weekends Ironman 70.3.
The city of Kelso has ended its fiscal year with a $700,000 surplus. That money represents a real turnaround for the city that had a $500,000 shortfall at the end of fiscal 2015.
An Idaho man accused of shooting a pastor will face an aggravated battery charge instead of attempted murder.
Meth exposure is dangerous to anyone, but especially to an infant. A Sandpoint mother is behind bars for endangering her baby because of her addiction.
A common artificial sweetener found in everything from toothpaste to peanut butter from sugar free gum is proving to be poisonous to dogs.
The Coeur d'Alene Police Department will remember and honor Sgt. Greg Moore in a ceremony on May 5th.
The Bonners Ferry Volunteer Fire Department shook their way to $50k of new gear.
A federal judge is allowing a lawsuit to move forward that alleges a northern Idaho city's anti-discrimination policy violates the wedding chapel owners' religious rights.
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