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Former Deputy Coroner Sues Idaho County, Claims Retaliation
A former chief deputy coroner in southern Idaho is suing the Blaine County government, claiming he was fired in retaliation to whistleblowing
Survey: BYU Falling Short on Sex Assault Education
Results from a Brigham Young University survey shows that most students think the Mormon-owned school needs to do more to educate them about sexual assault.
Justice Department Won’t Release National Monument Documents
Federal officials say they don't have to provide an Idaho environmental law firm with documents possibly outlining legal justifications for President Donald Trump to shrink national monuments
East Idaho Woman Gets 30 Years for Embezzling $2 Million
An eastern Idaho woman who embezzled more than $2 million from her employer that she gambled at casinos has been sentenced to 30 years in prison.
Oregon Standoff Figure Duane Ehmer Sentenced to Prison
One of the men convicted in the second trial involving occupiers of an Oregon wildlife refuge has been sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison.
Yellowstone Sees Fewer Visitors in Snowy October
Yellowstone National Park recorded nearly 212,000 visits in October, down 12.4 percent from October 2016.
BSU President Announces Retirement
Boise State University President Bob Kustra says he's retiring after 15 years with the school.
Juveniles Injured in Accidental Shooting in Eastern Idaho
Authorities in eastern Idaho say a juvenile in the backseat of a vehicle accidentally fired a handgun, shooting himself in the hand and the driver in the back.
Former South Idaho Insurance Agent Sentenced for Fraud
A former south-central Idaho insurance agent who used customers' insurance premiums for personal purchases has been sentenced to 30 days in jail and five years of probation.
Idaho Agency Denies Sex Discrimination Lawsuit Allegations
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is asking that a federal sex discrimination lawsuit be dismissed and that any recordings made by the former employee not be allowed as evidence.
Southwestern Idaho Lawmaker Joins Congressional Race
Rep. Christy Perry says she's officially entering the crowded race of candidates vying for Idaho's open 1st Congressional District seat
Veteran Sentenced to 25 Years for Shooting Idaho Pastor
A veteran who authorities say shot a pastor six times outside a Coeur d'Alene church in 2016 will spend at least 10 years in prison.
Idaho to Reevaluate Participating in Voter Fraud Program
Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney says he's reevaluating the state's involvement in a longtime multistate voter registration database
Defenses in Bundy Standoff Trial Focus on Government Conduct
Cattleman and states' rights figure Cliven Bundy's eldest son plans to go before a jury to provide firsthand allegations of government misconduct ahead of an armed standoff that ended a federal roundup of family cattle in 2014.
Trooper Opens Fire on Teens who Stole SUV in Burley
Authorities in eastern Idaho say an Idaho State Trooper deploying spike strips opened fire on a stolen vehicle containing two teenage girls because he thought the driver was trying to hit him.
Land Policies to be Tested in Bundy Standoff Trial in Nevada
A trial is set to start for Nevada cattleman Cliven Bundy, two of his sons and a co-defendant over a 2014 armed standoff against government agents
Idaho Elections Chief: No Wrongdoing in Gubernatorial Complaint
The Idaho Secretary of State's office says a new complaint into a Republican gubernatorial candidate's campaign finances was resolved long ago.
Election Employees Raise Concerns on Voter Fraud Program
Elections employees are raising concerns about an interstate program meant to detect voter fraud that they say has led to errors.
US Sage Grouse Policy Heading Back to Square One
U.S. scientists and land managers who've been crafting strategies to protect a ground-dwelling bird across the American West for nearly two decades are going back to the drawing board.
Idaho State Police Lab Faces Heroin Testing Backlog
Forensic scientists with the Idaho State Police are struggling to keep up with the growing caseload of evidence waiting to be tested for heroin and other opioids.