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The Idaho State Board of Education says the University of Idaho does not have permission to allow alcohol at tailgating events even though the college has been doing so for years.
A common artificial sweetener found in everything from toothpaste to peanut butter from sugar free gum is proving to be poisonous to dogs.
Kirk Schulz, Washington State University's new president, is getting acquainted with his new home in the Inland Northwest, touring campuses in Pullman, Tri-Cities and Spokane Friday.
A national medical school committee will inspect the facilities of the new Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine this summer.
A traffic stop in Palouse led police to the discovery of nearly $3,000 in alleged counterfeit bills.
A new report is critical of Washington State University's bear research center in Pullman.
The National Lentil Festival started accepting vendor applications and recipes for the Legendary Lentil Cook-off sponsored by the USA Dry Pea & Lentil Council on March 1, 2016.
Rhythm and blues are flowing through the Palouse now that the 49th Annual Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival is underway.
For the second year in a row, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories was named one of the 15 Best Workplaces in Manufacturing and Production by Fortune.com.
Dutch Bros' annual Dutch Luv Day will take place on Sunday, February 14; it is on this day that all Dutch Bros location will donate $1 from every drink sold to their local food organizations.
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