A decision on a divisive commercial project on Lake Coeur d’Alene’s Wolf Lodge Bay will have to wait until January, after some 170 people attended a Wednesday night meeting on the proposal, more were turned away at the door and some 60 people were still waiting to offer their comments at the end of a 3-hour meeting.
A lawsuit brought by Idaho legislative leaders seeking to force the treasurer out of her first-floor office in the Statehouse can move forward, a judge ruled Friday.
Robby Meyer said he was surprised when the family dog took a liking to Copper. The chestnut-colored bunny was a birthday gift for Meyer’s 5-year-old daughter.
The region’s 133,000 customers of the public utility will see their monthly energy bills drop 1% this winter, according to a news release from the public utility commission.
An Idaho man has filed documents to keep alive his federal court challenge to the constitutionality of Idaho’s ballot initiative process.
An Idaho government study group concluded that expanding access to broadband service in rural areas should be a top priority for the state, officials said.
An SUV driven by 50-year-old John W. Hampton left the roadway on Spirit Lake Cutoff Road before noon Sunday. Hampton died in the crash, and three other occupants were taken to the hospital with injuries.
Environmental groups say the U.S. Forest Service is ignoring a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling by restarting a giant forest project in Idaho and have filed another lawsuit seeking to stop the project a second time.
A U.S. appeals court has ruled that a Philadelphia-based agribusiness company that left millions of tons of toxic waste on tribal land in Idaho must pay the tribes nearly $20 million plus $1.5 million annually
Idaho Gov. Brad Little has issued an executive order aligning Idaho law enforcement activities with federal law to allow the transport of hemp across the state.
Coeur d’Alene Public Library is expecting its largest book yet, as promised on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, as Colbert takes swing at the “Book Bandit” for hiding “Whose Boat Is This Boat?”
An area of progressive values in a part of the state and country that is deeply red, Moscow is just about perfect for a lot of residents. But leaders of Christ Church say they’re trying to evangelize in an area that has shown indifference toward religion, prompting tension in the city of roughly 25,000 residents.
“We’re at such an impasse culturally with ‘us and them’ and demonizing people that think differently than we do. I don’t want to demonize this person. I really want to understand them,” Roesch Wagner said. “I hope I hear from them.”
When the City Club of Boise last week honored Jim Weatherby with its highest award, the Stimpson Award for Civic Engagement, Weatherby was predictably humble.
Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 2.9% in October remained steady for the fourth consecutive month.
The self-avowed “common man” of the Lake City was feted with a party at the Hagadone Event Center on Thursday night, some 52 years after his first election to city office in 1967.
An Idaho veteran died and his wife was seriously injured in a car crash that occurred while they were driving to a Veterans Day dinner in Sandpoint, according to a GoFundMe page set up to raise money for their children and other family.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little has asked most state agencies to trim their current budgets by 1% and prepare for more cuts in the coming year. The Idaho Press reports Little didn’t make the request of K-12 public schools. He sent a memo to other state agencies late last month last month asking them to identify another 2% base reduction in their budgets for the coming year.
After failing to appear in court, a suspect charged with stalking led Kootenai County Sheriff’s Deputies on a chase on Interstate 90 before being arrested.
Early results from the Coeur d’Alene City Council elections show incumbents far ahead.