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Bundy Patriarch Refuses Jail Release
A federal judge on Wednesday offered to release a rancher and states' rights figure from custody during his trial on charges involving an armed standoff that stopped a government cattle roundup three years ago in Nevada.
County Paid Nearly $600,000 for Expert Witnesses at Trial
Expert witnesses cost a northern Idaho county nearly $600,000 during the trial of the man convicted of killing a Coeur d'Alene police officer.
Trump to Visit Utah For Monument Changes, Meet with Mormon Leaders
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch's office says President Donald Trump will visit Utah on Monday to announce details about his plan to shrink two national monuments in the state.
Thanksgiving-weekend Salt Lake Airport Traffic Up 11 Percent
Passenger traffic at the Salt Lake City airport during the busy Thanksgiving weekend grew 11 percent this year.
Idaho Immigrant Takes Plea in Nevada Killing-Decapitation
A former Idaho ranch hand who is not a United States citizen faces up to life in state prison without parole, and deportation, after pleading no contest to killing and decapitating a northeast Nevada woman in 2016.
US Sports Leagues are Hedging their Bets on Legal Gambling
As the Supreme Court prepares to hear a challenge to the federal ban on sports betting, U.S. sports leagues are hedging their bets.
House Panel to Weigh Bill Expanding Gun Rights
House Republicans are moving forward on legislation to expand gun owners' rights. It's the first measure since mass shootings in Las Vegas and Texas killed more than 80 people.
Idaho Panel Says Candidates Should Disclose Assets
A group of Idaho lawmakers working to tighten the state's campaign finance laws says political candidates should no longer be exempt from disclosing their financial assets.
Northern Idaho Man Pleads Guilty after Fatal Punch
A northern Idaho man who threw a punch that killed another man has pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter.
Federal Court Blocks Sheep Grazing in Eastern Idaho
A federal court has blocked thousands of domestic sheep from being released to graze in eastern Idaho where environmental groups say they jeopardize a small herd of bighorn sheep with deadly viruses.
Idaho Candidate Launches Gubernatorial Attack Website
Boise businessman Tommy Ahlquist has quietly launched an attack website criticizing his Republican gubernatorial opponents as sad choices for Idahoans.
Another Idaho Candidate Volunteers Financial Assets
Lt. Gov. Brad Little is the latest gubernatorial candidate to voluntarily release his financial assets.
Wildlife Services Urges Ranchers to Report All Cattle Deaths
USDA Wildlife Services in Idaho is asking ranchers to report all cattle deaths and leave the carcass undisturbed in an effort to preserve evidence and help investigators confirm a wolf depredation.
Idaho Agriculture Exports Up 12 Percent So Far This Year
State officials say Idaho's agriculture exports so far this year have increased 12 percent over last year.
Mormon Missionary Serving in Samoa Fatally Struck by Vehicle
Authorities say a Mormon missionary serving in Samoa is dead after being struck by a vehicle.
Grand Teton Park Increases Fees to Camp, Boat, Get Married
Grand Teton National Park in northwest Wyoming will increase fees for various permits, including backcountry camping, weddings and non-motorized boats
Jury Deliberating Case of Doctor Charged in Overdose Deaths
A western Montana jury is deliberating the case of a doctor charged with overprescribing opiates, leading to the overdose deaths of two patients
Patients Evacuated as Fire Destroys East Idaho Nursing Home
Officials in southeastern Idaho say a fire gutted a nursing home early Saturday morning, but all the patients and staff made it out without serious injuries.
South West Idaho Company to Hire 700 Workers with Workforce Grant
A southwestern Idaho company plans to use a $1 million Idaho Workforce Development Training Fund grant to hire about 700 new full-time workers
Experts: Idaho Hatchery Built to Save Salmon is Killing Them
Fisheries biologists in Idaho say they think they know why a relatively new $13.5 million hatchery intended to save Snake River sockeye salmon from extinction is instead killing thousands of fish