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A group called Vanishing Boise has attempted to quantify what has been lost here in recent years, as new residents pour in, construction cranes soar over the skyline, and roads are torn up to add more lanes for more cars carrying more people.
An Idaho lawmaker has proposed inserting a mental health exception in a 2014 felony battery law that protects health care workers.
Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead – by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one.
By stripping the truth about climate change from educational science standards, the members of the Idaho House Education Committee have equated established scientific knowledge with overconfident ignorance, columnist Shawn Vestal writes.
Stanly Easton, chairman of the Bunker Hill Mining Co., built a 14,000-square-foot house in Coeur d’Alene’s Sanders Beach neighborhood in 1922. The historic home is on the market for about $8 million.
A southwestern Idaho school district is informing parents that a middle school student brought a BB gun to class.
A vote on a construction bond in Moscow to fund a new police station likely will be delayed at least a year.
An Idaho utility is challenging a decision by federal regulators rejecting its request to negate an Oregon law requiring fish passage as part of relicensing for a hydroelectric project on the Snake River.
Gov. Butch Otter’s budget chief has apologized to state budget writers after accusing them of creating a slush fund to be used exclusively by the Idaho Legislature.
A proposal to update Idaho’s nearly 50-year-old sex education law sparked too many concerns for lawmakers to advance the legislation on Friday.
Wildlife officials say a mountain lion found roaming near a southwestern Idaho elementary school was put down.
Paulette Jordan, Idaho gubernatorial candidate, has officially resigned from the Idaho Legislature to focus on her campaign.
Officials say a hereditary heart condition led to the death of an inmate at the Idaho Correctional Institute in Orofino.
Idaho Republicans have agreed to advance anti-Sharia law legislation designed to prevent Idaho courts from making decisions based on Islamic or other foreign legal codes.
Significant progress has been made on clearing Idaho’s backlog of untested sexual assault kits, but the lab still is not meeting a mandate to conduct tests within an average of 90 days, the head of the state crime lab said.
Two Washington residents were arrested in Latah County on Friday after they allegedly led the county sheriff on a brief vehicle pursuit as they attempted to flee the scene of a burglary.
The state’s public defenders spend a fraction of the time they need to provide proper representation to poor people caught in the criminal justice system, according to a draft study by the Idaho Public Defense Commission.
Idaho has serious gaps in representation for children involved in protective services cases, according to a report by the Office of Performance Evaluation.
The Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office says the driver of a vehicle being chased by a deputy died after crashing near Post Falls.
An online adjunct professor incorrectly told a student that Australia isn’t a country and gave her a failing grade, prompting Southern New Hampshire University to replace the instructor.
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