A federal court judge has ordered the state of Idaho to release or re-try a man convicted of murder in a shaken baby case more than two decades ago.
State utility regulators are dismissing a complaint from a northern Idaho woman who claimed smart electric meters can be used for surveillance.
A railroad crossing in Post Falls has been upgraded with additional safety features a year after a wreck between a car and a train killed a 15-year-old girl.
An Idaho political action committee backed by a top Republican strategist and fundraiser has dissolved.
BOISE – U.S. officials don’t have to provide details about proposed shipments of extremely radioactive spent commercial nuclear fuel to the country’s top government nuclear research laboratory in Idaho, a federal court has ruled. The ruling was a major setback to a lawsuit filed by former Idaho Gov. Cecil Andrus, who had a long history of legal battles with the Energy Department over nuclear waste entering the state and a firm belief that residents had a right to know the agency’s plans.
Somewhere in Boise, the 500-year-old skeletons of two Native Americans found last year when a badger apparently unearthed them from their resting place in Idaho’s high desert sagebrush steppe are being stored as three tribes seek to claim them as their own and anthropologists who study Native Americans lament what they say is a lost research opportunity.
The U.S. government is negotiating with three Native American tribes to return the 500-year-old skeletons of a young adult and child found at a southwestern Idaho site that authorities first thought was a more recent crime scene.
A new homelessness response system launched Jan. 22 across Idaho prioritizes those with the greatest needs rather than the first-come, first-serve approach that homeless service providers have used in the past, said Sojourners’ Alliance executive director Steve Bonnar.
The founder of a militia group known as 3% of Idaho has been accused of keeping nearly $87,000 in rent payments meant for clients from 2013 to 2016.
Concerned citizens once again urged Idaho lawmakers not to join fellow Republican-dominated states calling for a constitutional amendment to limit federal government power.
Idaho would join 27 other states to define and regulate electric bicycles under a newly introduced bill.
Idaho lawmakers took turns grilling a newly appointed state tax commissioner over concerns surrounding her marriage to one of the Legislature’s most vocal tax cut proponents.
Hundreds of child pornography images as well as marijuana, LSD and ecstasy were discovered in the home of a retired priest from St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Boise, prosecutors said.
A proposed exploratory drilling project along an Idaho lake is stirring up concerns from some residents.
Authorities in eastern Idaho have taken a man into custody after a body was found in a house fire on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.
The University of Idaho announced Friday its plan to expand the Western Undergraduate Exchange scholarship program to the 16 participating states and territories of the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education.
A retired priest from St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Boise has been arrested and is facing charges involving sexual exploitation of a child.
Eastern Idaho authorities have cleared a Bannock County sheriff’s deputy who shot and killed a Pocatello man.
Boise businessman Tommy Ahlquist’s campaign for governor said Friday the Republican candidate will submit an amended campaign financial disclosure report after it showed he paid a family member with campaign funds.
A northern Idaho man has been charged after he accidentally shot a boy while target practicing last year, authorities said.
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