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GOP candidate in disputed US House race not running again

The Republican candidate whose apparent victory in a North Carolina congressional race was thrown out because of suspicions of ballot fraud announced Tuesday he will not run in the newly ordered do-over election, saying he needs surgery late next month.

North Carolina elections in question

A Republican operative conducted an illegal and well-funded ballot-harvesting operation, North Carolina’s elections director said Monday.

Trump accuses media of trying ‘to score political points’

President Donald Trump lectured the media at length on Friday evening, accusing reporters of trying “to use the sinister actions of one individual to score political points” against him hours after police apprehended a staunch supporter of his in connection with the mail-bomb scare targeting Democrats and CNN.

Eye on Boise: Idaho putting no limits on fishing in warm waters

Unlike neighboring states, Idaho’s not planning any fishing restrictions or closures due to warm water, according to state Fish and Game officials. “In many streams, what we’re seeing this year with water temperatures happens every year, we’re just seeing it sooner than normal,” said Jim Fredericks, fisheries bureau chief. Fish and Game has these tips for anglers: They can reduce stress on fish by not fishing during the warmest parts of the day, and if they plan to release the fish they’ve caught, doing so quickly and carefully. They also advise that if a released fish goes belly-up, stop fishing until after the water cools.

Otter taps Soda Springs rancher to fill Tippets’ Idaho Senate seat

Idaho has another new state senator, as Gov. Butch Otter today appointed Soda Springs rancher Mark Harris to the Senate to replace former Sen. John Tippets, R-Montpelier, who is now head of the state Department of Environmental Quality. Otter picked Harris from a list of...