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A state official says Idaho’s roads are becoming increasingly dangerous with distracted drivers and a growing number of motorists.
Ask Megan Sausser what will be different about Kootenai County in the next seven years, and she will give you a straight answer: “There will be a lot more cars. ... If we don’t make changes to capacity, it’ll essentially be a parking lot.”
A former Idaho Transportation Department employee alleges in a lawsuit that he was fired after notifying a federal agency about possible nuclear violations.
The families of three Idaho airmen who died in a fiery crash on Interstate 84 have filed tort claims against the Idaho Transportation Department.
The Idaho Transportation Department wants to spend $2 million next year to replace one of the airplanes in the state’s three-plane fleet, a 45-year-old Cessna 182.
Idaho Transportation Department officials say they are working on fully restoring driver's license services two weeks after computer outages left hundreds of residents unable to renew licenses. The Post Register reports a recent software update to the department's computer systems caused driver's license services to shut down across the state...
Idaho state tax revenues fell below forecasts in October for the first time this fiscal year, coming in $8 million short – and a quarter of the shortfall was because of an unexpectedly big one-time payment of $2.7 million to the developer of the giant Village at Meridian retail project.
Idaho Transportation Board officials have approved more than $100 million to expand a major interstate corridor in southwestern Idaho. The Idaho Press-Tribune reports that the board approved the funding during a Thursday meeting. The money will be used to expand the Interstate 84 corridor from Nampa to Caldwell...
Eight big road projects in the Coeur d’Alene area are expected to snarl traffic from now through summer
Not enough people are stepping up to the excavator, dozer or backhoe, and that’s a big problem when the economy is fueling a need for heavy equipment operators. To boost interest in the field, ITD is teaming up with Associated General Contractors of America to put on an intensive, three-week heavy equipment operator school this summer in Rathdrum.
The Legislature’s joint budget committee finished setting state agency budgets on Friday, appropriating more than $3.4 billion for next year, a 5.4 percent increase from this year’s budget.
Avista Utilities has opened a new fast charging station in Rosalia.
An Idaho state employee is facing charges related to almost $13,400 taken from a Post Falls-based homeowners association.
Wait times at the only driver’s license office in Kootenai County have prompted the county and state to move to open a second location later this year.