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  • Series of Idaho candidate debates scheduled

    BOISE – A full slate of political debates stretches before Idaho voters who are mulling decisions on every statewide office in November. The “Idaho Debates,” a tradition of more than …

  • Roughing it: Keys to unplugging from the grid

    Living off the grid teaches skills largely lost in a world dominated by automation. This is the beginning of a semi-regular series of outdoors stories dedicated to exploring different aspects …

  • Supreme Court’s hearings to be online

    BOISE – Idaho’s Supreme Court will begin live video-streaming of all oral arguments from its main Boise courtroom next week, in a joint project of the court and Idaho Public …

  • Idaho’s high court to start live video-streaming arguments

    Idaho’s Supreme Court will begin live video streaming all its oral arguments from its main Boise courtroom next week, in a joint project of the court and Idaho Public Television, …

  • Eye on Boise: Statesman editor takes helm of ‘Idaho Reports’

    BOISE – Idaho Public Television announced that Greg Hahn has been hired as the new producer and host of “Idaho Reports,” the weekly program that reports on happenings in the …

  • ‘Idaho Debates’ this week: Senate, congressional race

    BOISE – This week will bring the big debates in the races for Idaho’s U.S. Senate and 1st District congressional seats, with incumbent Sen. Mike Crapo and Congressman Walt Minnick …

  • IPTV budget cut, but not as much as Otter wanted

    Idaho Public Television got its budget trimmed Tuesday, but the damage was far less than Gov. Butch Otter called for earlier - and Otter not only supported the plan, he’ll …

  • Budget cuts can be costly

    BOISE – Idaho is discovering the hidden costs of budget cuts. One example: The $1.6 million the state would save by cutting off funding for Idaho Public Television may be …

  • Phased changes for public TV won’t slow pain

    BOISE – Although Gov. Butch Otter has proposed a four-year phase-out of state funding for Idaho Public Television, the plan likely would force the network to make deep cuts next …

  • Dairy study gives fodder to immigration discussion

    BOISE – Immigration as a political issue has sparked plenty of rhetoric in Idaho in recent years, but a new University of Idaho study shines new light on how heavy …

  • Switch to DTV complicated

    BOISE – When television broadcasting switches to digital on Feb. 17, most Americans won’t be affected, because they already get their TV signals from cable or satellite. But in Idaho, …



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