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'We are fully on board': Idaho Transportation Department said it's committed to inspecting, correcting improperly installed guardrails
Contracted healthcare worker at Idaho Department of Correction arrested, charged with having sexual contact with inmate
According to the IDOC, the woman is an employee of Centurion, a company that the prison uses to provide healthcare to inmates.
84 years after a Kimberly woman went missing, her family convinced police to open an investigation into her disappearance
Police aim to use ground penetrating radar in areas of interest to find clues regarding Agnes Fults. There is no known record of her disappearance.
'I didn't know you guys were cops': Idaho man files a tort claim after he's shot multiple times by federal law enforcement
Brooks Roberts and his family had been in ongoing disputes with law enforcement after they lost their home and began living on public forest land.
'You don't quit just because it gets hard' | NIC president says fight to save accreditation isn't over
NIC President Nick Swayne says if he and the trustees fail to get back in good standing with the NWCCU, they could still lose accreditation.
NIC president says fight to save accreditation isn't over
North Idaho College trustees are meeting Wednesday night for the first time since holding onto its accreditation.
Burien cosmetic surgeon set to appeal multi-million-dollar verdict after patient left ‘permanently disfigured’
Dr. Kristine Brecht said she will 'rigorously appeal' the $13 million jury verdict and that the case is an 'outlier.'
Police close two blocks of 2nd Avenue in downtown Spokane for investigation
Spokane police, SWAT and major crimes investigators are all on scene investigating what happened overnight.
'An extreme step:' Washington child welfare workers call on Inslee to fire top DCYF boss
Unionized state workers have launched a no-confidence vote against their boss, Department of Children, Youth and Families Secretary Ross Hunter.
Amazon removes potentially dangerous cookware from website
Afghan pressure cookers are no longer available for sale on Amazon after a KING 5 investigation revealed some of the cookware contained lead.
KING 5 investigates problems with firefighting gear in Washington state
Current and retired firefighters say the federal government needs to provide better, more reliable equipment.
‘Enough. No More': Injured worker suing state-paid doctor who’s accused of sexual harassment
One of 16 people who complained about a doctor often hired by the state Dept. of Labor and Industries filed a lawsuit against the doctor and the state.
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