True Crime Sundays: Police Identify the 4 University of Idaho Students Found Dead in Off-Campus Apartment

University President Scott Green confirmed the student’s deaths were being investigated as possible homicides By Charmaine Patterson. People Magazine The identities of the four University of Idaho students who were found dead in an off-campus apartment on Sunday have been identified. Moscow, Idaho, police shared the names of the students in a news release on its website on Monday: EthanContinue reading “True Crime Sundays: Police Identify the 4 University of Idaho Students Found Dead in Off-Campus Apartment”

Opioid Crisis: FDA takes steps to authorize some overdose-reversing medicines for over-the-counter sale

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a notice that could help increase access to overdose-reversing naloxone drug products without the need for a prescription, paving the way to make more of them available for over-the-counter use.  Naloxone is a medication that blocks opiate receptors in the nervous system and rapidly reverses opioid overdosesContinue reading “Opioid Crisis: FDA takes steps to authorize some overdose-reversing medicines for over-the-counter sale”

Arizona refuses US demand to remove containers along border

by Anita Snow PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona has refused the federal government’s demand to take down double-stacked shipping containers it placed to fill gaps in the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, saying it won’t do so until the U.S. moves to construct a permanent barrier instead. The Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs dugContinue reading “Arizona refuses US demand to remove containers along border”

Supervisors Fletcher, and Anderson Reveal Proposed Opioid Settlement Framework

By City News Service San Diego County supervisors Nathan Fletcher and Joel Anderson Wednesday revealed an Opioid Settlement Framework they are asking the Board of Supervisors to approve next week. Some of the strategies they introduced in the framework include expanding access to medically assisted treatment, putting “wellness advocates” in hospitals, providing wrap-around services and housing,Continue reading “Supervisors Fletcher, and Anderson Reveal Proposed Opioid Settlement Framework”

True Crime Sundays: Lori Vallow Daybell’s trial vacated.

by CBS2 News Staff BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) — Justin Lum of Fox 10 (@jlumfox10) is reporting that Lori Vallow’s trial, set for January 9, 2023, has been vacated by the judge until a further investigation into her competency can be conducted. This comes after a sealed motion presented to the court was filed yesterday, October 5,Continue reading “True Crime Sundays: Lori Vallow Daybell’s trial vacated.”

Charleston County Coroner’s Office receives grant to combat opioid crisis

by: Chase Laudenslager CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The Charleston County Coroner’s Office has been awarded a three-year grant to combat opioid deaths. The Charleston County Coroner’s Office will team up with five other coroners offices in the area “to improve inter-county opioid investigation protocols, faster uploading of data to national stakeholder databases, and more accurate regionalContinue reading “Charleston County Coroner’s Office receives grant to combat opioid crisis”

True Crime Sundays: The Murder of Army Sergeant Tyrone Hassel III: A Love Triangle Gone Deadly.

by Elena Ferrarin “I need help. My husband was shot,” the tearful woman said to the 911 operator at about 11 p.m. on New Year’s Eve 2018. “I need help.” The caller was Kemia Hassel, whose husband, U.S. Army Sergeant Tyrone Hassel III, lay lifeless on the driveway, his body riddled with bullets. Tyrone Hassel, 23, andContinue reading “True Crime Sundays: The Murder of Army Sergeant Tyrone Hassel III: A Love Triangle Gone Deadly.”

Opioid Crisis Friday: Around 2,000 fentanyl pills seized in Adams County

ADAMS COUNTY, Wash. — The Adams County Sheriff’s Office seized around 2,000 fentanyl pills in Othello Monday. Deputies served a search warrant off North Wagon Road and Andes Road. They found the pills packed and ready for distribution. They also found cash, two rifles and ammunition. Jaime Alberto Garza, 51, was booked on suspicion ofContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: Around 2,000 fentanyl pills seized in Adams County”

Travel Thursday: Can You Legally Live in An RV on Your Property In Idaho?

by Nate Bird Over the last few years, the prices of houses in Idaho have been climbing. This has led some people to consider selling their homes and making a nice profit. The problem then becomes, finding a new home at a reasonable price so you can save some money from your initial home sale.Continue reading “Travel Thursday: Can You Legally Live in An RV on Your Property In Idaho?”

Opioid Crisis Friday: The opioid and fentanyl crisis killed my brother; here’s what every family needs to know.

Americans are now more likely to die by accidental opioid overdose than by a car crash. By Marguerite Ward On May 31, 2019, my life swerved off track, fell down the side of a cliff and came crashing down. On that Friday morning, my 21-year-old brother Matthew, my best friend and confidant, died. His life wasContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: The opioid and fentanyl crisis killed my brother; here’s what every family needs to know.”