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UPDATED: Mon., June 24, 2019, 3:53 p.m.

Justices side with business, government in information fight

The Supreme Court sided with businesses and the U.S. government Monday in a ruling about the public’s access to information, telling a South Dakota newspaper it can’t get the data …


Idaho agencies near deal to keep public access on land

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission is considering paying its sister agency, the Department of Lands, to retain public recreation access to more than 2.3 million acres of state endowment …


Proposed Washington legislation could jeopardize waterway access for boaters, anglers

Two Washington bills, targeting trespassers in Clark County, could have statewide implications for anglers and boaters.


Yellowstone sued over bison slaughter restrictions

A wildlife advocate and a freelance journalist sued the National Park Service on Tuesday to gain access to a program that ships Yellowstone National Park bison to slaughter.


Private lands available to hunt under Washington’s Hunter Access Program

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has paved way for hunter access to private lands with several programs: • Register to Hunt, with about 7 properties in 6 counties;


Rathdrum may gain access to Rathdrum Mountain

RATHDRUM, Idaho — It may soon be possible to access 557 acres the city of Rathdrum owns on Rathdrum Mountain for recreational purposes. After at least a decade of effort, …


Supreme Court’s hearings to be online

BOISE – Idaho’s Supreme Court will begin live video-streaming of all oral arguments from its main Boise courtroom next week, in a joint project of the court and Idaho Public …


CdA, homeowners reach Sanders Beach settlement

No docks will be built on Sanders Beach. That’s part of the resolution of six lawsuits dating back to 1998 between the city of Coeur d’Alene and the owners of …


City Council meeting may have violated state law

The Spokane City Council on Monday likely violated state law by meeting during an anthrax scare, which closed City Hall to the public. Firefighters and police were called to City …