SPOKANE, Wash. - Red light cameras are showing up at intersections across Spokane, and they're bringing in a lot of money for the city. In fact, red light cameras have already brought in more than a million dollars this calendar year.
Those numbers are only through the end of October, but the
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - As Coeur d'Alene grows, so does its taxi business. According to city records there are at least 10 registered taxi companies in town, and for one company, it says competition is heating up, but not in a friendly way.
At least in the minds of some like Tina Smith who
By CHRIS BLANKAssociated Press
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - The former head of a company where workers forged signatures on mortgage documents pleaded guilty to a federal charge in Florida on Tuesday, the same day a plea agreement on related state charges was announced in Missouri.
By The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. HOPE SEEN FOR AN ISRAEL-HAMAS CEASE-FIRE
A diplomatic push gains steam but airstrikes and rocket attacks between both sides continues.
2. DOCTORS GROUP FAVORS OVER-
LEWISTON, Idaho - Officers in Lewiston are asking for your help in identifying a burglary/forgery suspect.
On November 12, 2012 officers received a vehicle burglary report in which a rifle and check book were taken. The suspect later forged one of the checks at a local gas station.
He was caught
By STEVE SZKOTAKAssociated Press
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has issued a conditional pardon ordering the release of a man who was convicted of a sexual assault his accuser now says never occurred.
The governor's office said Johnathan Montgomery was released Tuesday
By IBRAHIM BARZAK and JOSEF FEDERMANAssociated Press
JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel and the Hamas militant group edged closer to a cease-fire Tuesday to end a weeklong Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip, but after a day of furious diplomatic efforts involving the U.S. secretary of state, U.N. chief
By ED WHITEAssociated Press
DETROIT (AP) - Federal authorities filed a lawsuit to seize the Florida home of a Michigan Supreme Court justice, accusing her of fraud by hiding control of the real estate while persuading a bank to allow a short sale on another property.
Diane Hathaway is not
NEW YORK (AP) - Hostess Brands Inc. lived to die another day.
The maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs said late Tuesday that it failed to reach an agreement with its second-biggest union. As a result, Hostess plans to continue with a hearing on Wednesday in which a bankruptcy court judge in White
TORRANCE, Calif. (AP) - Three people died Tuesday in what appears to be a double murder-suicide at a senior citizens' high-rise south of Los Angeles, police said.
A man in his 80s apparently shot two women shortly after noon before turning the gun on himself in the lobby of the Golden West