The police chief of Bonners Ferry is under investigation for shooting and killing a Boise man during an Aug. 1 altercation at a central Idaho campground, according to the Custer County Sheriff’s Office.
The number of Idaho residents applying for unemployment dropped by 10 percent last week, officials said Thursday, but layoffs are continuing to run high due to the coronavirus pandemic.
One week ago today, many of us awoke to see raindrops tapping on windows and the ground outside. It didn’t amount to much precipitation – only .02 of an inch in Spokane, .04 of an inch Moscow-Pullman and .10 of an inch in Deer Park. But wow, did it smell pleasant.
WASHINGTON – Amid growing concern about the impact of changes at the U.S. Postal Service on Americans’ ability to vote by mail, Democratic senators on Wednesday called on the agency’s chief to clarify how it will handle ballots and other election-related mail.
BOISE – A giant Idaho forest project favored by some environmental groups but decried by others is on hold again following a federal court ruling.
Two children transported to Bonner General Hospital after the car they were riding in drove into the Lower Pack River near Sandpoint on Sunday. The three adults in the car all were declared dead at the scene.
More than 180 inmates at an Idaho county jail have tested positive for the coronavirus
You don’t see this every day.
The Boise School District will open on time Aug. 17. But all students will begin the year in online classes as the district tries to slow the spread of the coronavirus in Ada County, one of the state’s hot spots.
Idaho is still feeling the effects from a surge in coronavirus cases during the month of July.
A plane made an emergency landing in a Priest River elementary school baseball field Wednesday afternoon, Priest River Police Chief Drew McLain said.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little said Wednesday that he’ll call the part-time Legislature back into a special session in late August due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A 7-year-old boy drowned Tuesday afternoon near the Popsicle Bridge in Sandpoint.
BOISE – A judge ruled Tuesday there’s enough evidence for a man to go to trial after the bodies of his new wife’s two children were found buried on his Idaho property. The bizarre case involving doomsday beliefs and the deaths of several people linked to the couple has attracted national headlines.
Washington state auditors have issued a critical report on the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, saying bookkeepers used outdated accounting templates and misreported some figures by millions of dollars in recent years.
Idaho Republican Sen. Jim Risch, who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, unveiled sweeping legislation July 22 that aims to counter China's trade practices and military build-up, invest in U.S. competitiveness, and bolster alliances and international organizations.
July started out cool until temperatures soared and recorded the hottest day thus far in the region on July 31. It also was a very dry month, and August will bring more of the same.
A federal lawsuit over an Oregon ballot initiative drive resulted in a ruling that cited Idaho U.S. District Judge B. Lynn Winmill’s decision in the Reclaim Idaho ballot initiative case no less than 10 times.
Justin Veo hasn’t missed the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota in five years, and he’s not planning to start now.
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