The families of Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves filed tort claims to preserve their rights to sue the government entities.
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Suspect in Idaho quadruple homicide may have infiltrated another student’s home months before
Bryan Kohberger may have infiltrated a woman’s home months before he allegedly carried out November’s slayings of four University of Idaho students, a news report says.
Oregon gray wolf 1 of 2 captured and collared in Northern California
The wolves were given satellite collars, which will transmit regular location updates to California wildlife officials.
Trial begins over trains on tribal land in Washington only days after diesel leak from derailment
The tracks carry trains just a few hundred feet away from the Swinomish tribe’s economic assets: a casino, hotel and restaurants.
Suspect in University of Idaho quadruple homicide had rare neurological condition
An online user who appeared to be Bryan Kohberger, the suspect in the University of Idaho killings, posted about visual snow syndrome.
Train derails, leaks diesel on reservation north of Seattle
About 5,000 gallons of diesel had leaked as of 6 a.m. from the BNSF train, officials said. There were no injuries.
California lawmakers eye Oregon reform to appoint state schools superintendent
Lingering COVID-19 frustrations could add momentum to a decades-long debate about the role of California’s elected superintendent of public instruction.