Ada County’s drug court is one of Idaho’s 71 problem-solving courts, which range from drug courts and DUI courts to mental health courts, veterans treatment courts, and child-protection drug courts, for drug offenders who are trying to reunify with their families. The special courts are targeted at high-need offenders at high risk to reoffend.
The 64-year-old cattle rancher doesn’t have to prove who he is. His task, in part, is to prove who he isn’t: Gov. Butch Otter, the man who named him to the No. 2 spot in 2009 and with whom he has served ever since.
A man who gained international attention when he rode his wheelchair from Port Angeles to Portland in 2016 is preparing for a 13-day journey that will take him through the heat of eastern Washington and across the North Cascades.
The body of a 19-year-old northern Idaho woman has been recovered from the Snake River.
Two men from Idaho have been sentenced to no more time behind bars for pointing assault-style weapons toward heavily armed federal agents during an April 2014 standoff near Nevada cattleman Cliven Bundy’s ranch.
A final management plan is in place for one of three new central Idaho wilderness areas.
A southwestern Idaho man who unlawfully sold firearms has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison.
A trial is underway in northwestern Montana in the case of an Idaho woman charged with killing her former boyfriend on a rural road near Yaak in January 2017.
An Idaho man who tried to revive a fellow drug user who overdosed will spend two decades in prison for distributing the drug that resulted in the man’s death.
The Butch Cassidy Museum in Montpelier, Idaho, is getting a face-lift.
Idaho health insurers plan to raise rates an average of 8 percent for their 2019 plans sold directly to customers, mostly through the state’s Your Health Idaho exchange.
For the hundreds of thousands of people who line the route of the Seattle Seafair Torchlight Parade, the Big Idaho Potato truck was love at first sight.
As Twin Falls expands as a regional hub, the jail and prosecutor’s desk are overflowing with felons and felony cases.
Millie Reddig, a 71-year-old Boise woman, has learned how to trap feral cats to ensure they’re spayed or neutered. She paints portraits of cats — her cats, other people’s cats, cats for local pet adoption fundraisers, and yes, even dogs. And then there’s her car: a 1993 Toyota Camry she’s painted and dubbed the Catmobile.
Idahoans looking to renew their driver’s license this week will need to change plans - and delays next week are possible.
Jake Smulkowski of Rathdrum is an unabashed fan of all things North Idaho. And a recent encounter with the generous spirit of the place that Huckleberries calls home has added to that appreciation.
An Idaho grand jury has indicted a man accused of killing a 3-year-old child and wounding eight others in a mass stabbing at an Idaho apartment complex.
Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney has announced a new vendor to manage the state’s election system and voter registration database.
A man missing was found Monday night in stable condition after being trapped underneath a truck for several days.
The stickers — emblazoned with a red Idaho and a blue woman with her hands on her hips, her shirt bearing the Democratic Party’s donkey — were never meant to be divisive. Breneman said she wanted to remind local lawmakers that they represented all Idahoans, not just the Republicans. She called it “pro-visibility.”
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