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Bryan Kohberger was arrested on Dec. 30 in Monroe County, Pennsylvania.

Hair and other items seized from Moscow murder suspect’s Pullman residence


The previously sealed search warrant for Moscow murder suspect Bryan Kohberger's Pullman residence and WSU office is now available to the public, detailing over a dozen items seized, including hair samples.  Kohberger...

Court affidavit reveals new details about Moscow homicides  

Court affidavit reveals new details about Moscow homicides  


The probable cause affidavit was released Thursday after Bryan Christopher Kohberger’s initial hearing at the Latah County Court, which provided a detailed description of the investigation into the Moscow...

Bryan Kohberger was arrested on Dec. 30 in Monroe County, Pennsylvania.

Suspect in Moscow homicides waives extradition to Idaho

PUNEET BSANTI, Deputy news editor January 3, 2023

After a short day in court in Monroe County, Pennsylvania Tuesday, Bryan Christopher Kohberger, 28, the suspect in the four Moscow homicides, signed documents that waived his extradition hearing, allowing...

This brewery uses a home brewing method to make their drinks

‘I have dumped a lot of beer down the drain in order to get where I am now’

ANNIE HAGER December 7, 2022

Six and a half years ago, Moscow was a place left without a brewery, and an individual inspired by beer decided to open up Hunga Dunga Brewery. Owner Graham Lilly studied microbiology at the University...

“When I first found out [Roe v. Wade was overturned] it took a toll on me a lot.”

Students react to partial Idaho abortion ban halt

PUNEET BSANTI, Deputy news editor August 29, 2022

Students' opinions are mixed after an Idaho judge ruled on Wednesday, that the state cannot enforce a strict abortion ban during medical emergencies. Le’Dashia Orndorff, a fifth-year kinesiology and...

Maxine Murphy swings at the ball during a singles match against Idaho, Jan. 29, at Hollingberry Fieldhouse.

Cougar tennis off to hot 4-0 start

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports editor February 3, 2022

In a jam-packed weekend, WSU tennis (4-0) beat three regional rivals and kept the undefeated season alive. WSU beat Montana on Friday (5-2), Eastern Washington on Saturday (4-2) and Idaho on Saturday...

Then-Freshman Savanna Ly-Nguyen prepares to return a ball during her singles match Jan. 12, 2019 against Idahos Anna Stefani. Ly-Nguyen won the match in two sets winning 6-4 and 6-0 respectively.

Cougs welcome three regional rivals this weekend

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports editor January 27, 2022

Fresh off her first career win, WSU tennis head coach Raquel Atawo looks to rack up three more victories against regional rivals. The Cougs will host Montana at 2 p.m. on Friday. Next, the Cougs...

WSU guard Grace Sarver (20) dribbles past Northern Arizona Univeristy guard Nyah Moran during a college basketball game against Northern Arizona University at Beasley Coliseum on Nov. 12, 2021, in Pullman.

WSU stays perfect before Bahamas

DAYLON HICKS, Evergreen reporter November 22, 2021

The Cougars women's basketball team earned another impressive win on Sunday, this time over the Idaho Vandals in the Battle of the Palouse, 73-59.  This is the first time in program history that the...

WSU guard Tyrell Roberts (2) jumps before passing the ball during a college basketball game against the University of Idaho on Nov. 18, 2021, in Moscow, Idaho.

WSU wins Battle of Palouse

TOM ABBOTT, Evergreen sports editor November 19, 2021

The Cougs (4-0) traveled across state lines to play the Idaho Vandals (1-3) on Friday, winning this year’s rendition of the longtime rivalry 109-61. WSU’s win over the Vandals showcased the depth...

WSU sophomore Milo Edwards, right, said doing drag shows has helped him find a community and express himself more.

Student finds community through LGBTQ advocacy work, drag

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor November 4, 2021

For WSU sophomore Milo Edwards, coming out as transgender in high school in a conservative North Idaho town meant losing friends, family and a home.  However, Edwards said something that started off...

Steelhead and other fish bring nutrients to North Central Idaho, a relatively nutrient-poor area. These fish feed a lot of species aside from humans, acting as a key part of the ecological system.

‘We’re going to lose what it means to be the Northwest’

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen copy chief September 2, 2021

Two regional organizations won an environmental court case last month, halting a large timber sale in the Snake River Basin in pursuit to protect endangered steelhead fish.   The Lolo Creek Drainage,...

Downtown Moscow Saturday Market

Vendors of the Palouse support farmers market

ANNIE HAGER February 4, 2021

In 1976, the Moscow Farmers Market opened for the first time and since then has brought the community together with vendors from all across the Palouse region. Community event manager Amanda Argona’s...

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