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Trump is ‘unfit’ to be president, Obama says

In a searing denouncement, President Barack Obama castigated Donald Trump as “unfit” and “woefully unprepared” to serve in the White House. He challenged Republicans to withdraw their support for their party’s nominee, declaring “There has to come a point at which you say enough.”


Family rescues hound from remote Idaho cave

An Idaho family’s excursion to Payette National Forest turned into a rescue mission when they heard a puppy’s whine coming from underground.


Southwest Idaho deputies involved in shooting

Deputies in southwest Idaho have been involved in a shooting on Interstate 84 west of Hammett and the highway is closed in both directions.


Idaho releases list of free ultrasound providers

Idaho health officials have released a list of providers that offer ultrasounds for women seeking abortions as required under a newly enacted law.


University of Idaho eyes partnering with Peru potato center

University of Idaho officials are negotiating a deal with the International Potato Center in Peru in hopes of getting access to the center’s vast potato gene bank.


Clinton sees best-yet fundraising numbers as general election begins

Hillary Clinton raised $63 million in July for her presidential campaign, her best month yet and a summertime haul that puts her ahead of President Barack Obama’s fundraising at the same point in his re-election race.


Idaho group backtracks on plastic bag maker accusations

An Idaho environmental group that accused a nationwide plastic bag producer of violating federal laws on reporting toxic waste says it made a mistake.


Idaho sheriff’s body camera policy changes after rancher’s shooting death

The Adams County Sheriff’s Office has a new body-camera policy following the shooting death of a rancher by two deputies that went unrecorded though both deputies wore the devices.


After arson fire, St. Ann’s in Bonners Ferry waits to rejoice again

Fourteen weeks after an arsonist burned the church to the ground, St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Bonners Ferry is pressing on with prayer and song and hopes of rebuilding next year.


Wisconsin election laws struck down by federal judge

A federal judge in Wisconsin has declared multiple Republican-authored election laws unconstitutional in a sweeping ruling.



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