The rain did little to deter patriotic riders on a mission to raise money for veterans by proudly displaying an American flag on a 110-day tour across the nation’s 48 contiguous states.
Though there was no rain, downtown Boise radiated hues from a rainbow Friday and Saturday as the 29th Boise Pride Festival took place.
Hundreds of citizen scientists have begun buzzing through locations across the Pacific Northwest seeking a better understanding about nearly 30 bumblebee species.
Affordable sexual health options in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley are difficult to find.
Officials in eastern Idaho are investigating after finding a young male deer dead with a leash around its neck.
A southwestern Idaho sheriff said the only suspect in the killing of two women and a 14-year-old girl last year will likely never be brought to justice because he’s probably dead.
A white supremacist living in Sandpoint appears to be responsible for another spate of vitriolic automated phone calls, this time targeting Spokane-area residents in response to criticism of a Spokane Transit Authority executive.
The May unemployment rate was 3.4 percent in Kootenai County. Over the past 12 months, the Coeur d’Alene metro area has added about 1,900 jobs.
The Idaho Supreme Court has been asked to postpone arguments surrounding a lengthy water battle after parties on both sides of the case say they are close to a settlement.
Officials at an eastern Idaho nuclear research lab say they want to eliminate 99 employees and hope they will take a voluntary separation agreement.
Central Idaho authorities in Blaine County say a county ordinance approved in 2016 making it illegal to use a hand-held device while driving will be enforced starting this summer.
Idaho authorities say a second body has been recovered after a vehicle carrying six hunters crashed into a fast-moving river last month.
The Bureau of Land Management has released 26 wild horses into the Sands Basin Herd Management Area in southwestern Idaho.
Seven years ago, Marine Nick Montez was unexpectedly ripped away from his bomb-sniffing dog after returning from deployment in Afghanistan. Now, he’s preparing for a heartfelt reunion following years of countless attempts to adopt the animal.
The Bureau of Land Management’s release of 26 horses into the Sands Basin Herd Management Area marks the first time BLM-managed wild horses have roamed the area in three years following a 2015 wildfire.
The dean of the University of Idaho’s College of Law, Mark Adams, announced he will resign from his position July 15, marking the fourth UI dean to leave his or her post this year.
All 132 county commissioners and 105 state legislators in Idaho recently received email invitations to visit the White House and meet with senior Trump administration officials. Despite some initial skepticism, it turns out the invitations are real. The meeting is set to take place June 22.
What will happen to hundreds of salvage vehicles sitting on 25 hilly acres overlooking Clearwater Paper in East Lewiston is not clear as Forest Auto Parts closes today.
Authorities say a North Las Vegas man died during a rafting incident in the central Idaho wilderness.
A child in Elmore County was confirmed to be infected with the plague this week, according to the Central District Health Department, marking the first human diagnosis in Idaho since
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