Firefighters were called to an assembly and repair shop for Ballard Golf and Power, 11521 N. Warren St., just after 7 p.m. by a passerby who saw smoke coming from the building, said Fire Marshal Tyler Dreschsel, of the the Northern Lakes Fire District.
BOISE – The Idaho governor and attorney general said Tuesday they are seeking to add Idaho to the list of states that have filed a lawsuit to prevent federal officials from ending a public health rule that allows many asylum seekers to be turned away at the southern U.S. border.
Idaho’s Republican members of Congress, Reps. Mike Simpson and Russ Fulcher, sent a message Tuesday that urged President Joe Biden to act on high fertilizer prices, as the nation’s farms head into planting season.
Two companies with employees in Idaho will cover travel expenses for workers who seek abortions after one of the most restrictive laws, which was scheduled to take effect on April 22, was temporarily blocked Friday by the state’s Supreme Court.
BOISE – Idaho environmental officials are proposing a $1 million fine as part of a settlement agreement with Idaho Power involving pollution permits at 15 of the public utility’s hydroelectric facilities in southern Idaho.
The gubernatorial candidate was found guilty of being in contempt of court Thursday after he refused to complete 40 hours of community service related to a July 2021 conviction. Bundy had argued that the stops made during his gubernatorial campaign satisfy his court-mandated community service.
An investigation into an October police shooting that left a man dead has determined that Boise police officers were justified in firing their weapons because they “acted in self-defense” — even though the victim did not have a weapon.