Idaho Gov. Brad Little issued an executive order Wednesday banning state government from requiring or issuing so-called COVID-19 “vaccine passports.”
A panel of Idaho lawmakers advanced two bills targeting abortion Wednesday.
BOISE – The Idaho Senate passed a bill that would outlaw nearly all abortions in the state by banning them once fetal cardiac activity can be detected.
Downtown Coeur d’Alene will be getting an outdoor ice rink for next holiday season, after the Parks and Recreation board approved the plan from a private company last month.
BOISE – An Idaho House panel on Tuesday approved legislation intended to give lawmakers veto power over federal government actions and federal court decisions.
BOISE – A group of farmers has filed an antitrust case against several big agricultural companies, contending the companies worked together to ban e-commerce sales in order to keep prices of “crop inputs” artificially high.
WASHINGTON – Like many Americans, Rep. Russ Fulcher is sick and tired of Zoom.
JEROME, Idaho — A tool that fell from a vehicle along Interstate 84 flew through the windshield of another vehicle along Interstate-84 on Friday night, killing the driver.
KUNA – Twenty-six happy 5-year-olds are buzzing with excitement in their kindergarten classroom at Reed Elementary School.
BOISE – A leader of a white supremacist prison gang in Idaho has been sentenced to life in prison on racketeering and other charges, authorities said.
BOISE – An Idaho boy was repeatedly beaten and tortured before his death in September, investigators and prosecutors have said in court.
BOISE – A music lover and singer. A Rupert girl turned international opera star. A mother who once dreamed of being a scientist, but got to watch her daughter graduate from college instead. A son forced to return home for his father’s funeral.
BOISE – A federal judge should require an 87-year-old Idaho man to reveal whether he’s received the COVID-19 vaccine following his January lawsuit seeking to put those 65 and older at the front of the line, state officials say.
WASHINGTON – Amid a wave of restrictive voting proposals that GOP state lawmakers say are aimed at combating voter fraud, Idaho and Washington’s top election officials, both Republicans, say their states’ voting systems passed the test of the 2020 elections with flying colors.
As we say goodbye to March 2021, it’s safe to say that its weather will be most remembered for the end-of-the-month windstorm that hurled everything from howling winds and blowing dust to rain, hail and snow.
The trial of a Bonners Ferry chiropractor accused of killing another chiropractor in town has been moved to Kootenai County.
Timmy Kinner, a man arrested in 2018 after a mass stabbing in Boise that killed a 3-year-old girl at her birthday party, has pleaded guilty to several crimes.
The sole survivor of a brutal attack and kidnapping in 2005 released a statement Monday after the death of the man who killed her family.
BOISE — Idaho Gov. Brad Little has issued his first veto of the 2021 legislative session, refusing to sign a bill involving the responsibilities of the chairman of the Idaho State Tax Commission.
POCATELLO, Idaho — Police in eastern Idaho say a man had his nose bitten off during a bar fight early Sunday morning.
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