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Idaho Now Allowing Gender Changes on Birth Certificates
Idaho is now considering applications from transgender people who want their birth certificates to properly reflect their identities
Free-range Parenting Law Eyed Around US After Utah Gets Buzz
After Utah passed the United States' first law legalizing so-called free-range parenting, groups from New York to Texas are pushing for similar steps to bolster the idea that supporters say is an antidote for anxiety-plagued parents and overscheduled kids
Idaho Revenues Exceed Forecasts in March
Idaho officials say the state's tax revenues for March came in nearly 10 percent higher, or $15.4 million more, than originally projected.
Attorney: Federal Agents Seize Documents from Trump Lawyer
Federal agents on Monday raided the offices of President Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen, who has been under intense public scrutiny for weeks over a $130,000 payment to a porn actress who says she had sex with Trump more than a decade ago.
J.R. Simplot Company’s CEO to Retire
The chief executive officer of the J.R. Simplot Co. has announced his retirement. The Idaho-based company announced Friday that Bill Whitacre will step down from his top post in August after serving the company for the past 18 years
Agency Expands Sawtooth Forest Through Ranch Acquisition
The U.S. Forest Service has expanded the Sawtooth National Forest through the acquisition of a ranch in central Idaho.
Pipeline Break Spills Diesel Fuel in South-central Idaho
A pipeline in south-central Idaho near Buhl ruptured and spilled diesel fuel that contaminated soil and a pond used for watering livestock.
Fines Paid by US Agency Over Nuke Waste Surpass $3.5M
Fines paid by the U.S. Department of Energy to Idaho for missing a deadline to get radioactive liquid waste out of underground storage tanks have surpassed $3.5 million.
Labrador Goes on Defensive After Attack Ads Target Record
Idaho's U.S. Rep. Raul Labrador on Thursday disputed recent attacks by a political action committee that the Republican lawmaker has accomplished nothing during his time in Congress.
Woman Sues Idaho Fertility Doctor for Using His Own Sperm
A Washington state woman is suing an Idaho fertility doctor after discovering though an online ancestry website that the man had secretly fathered her.
Southwest Idaho Gun Dealer Seeks Bankruptcy Protection
One of southwestern Idaho's most well-known gun dealers has filed for bankruptcy.
The Latest: Zuckerberg Says Fixing Facebook Will Take Years
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says fixing the company's problems will take many years.
Interior Backing Away From Steep Fee Hikes at National Parks
The Interior Department is backing down from a plan to impose steep fee increases at popular national parks in the face of widespread opposition from elected officials and the public.
FDA Orders Recall of Salmonella-tainted Herbal Supplement
A Las Vegas company was ordered to pull its herbal supplements off the market because some of its products tested positive for salmonella, part of a nationwide outbreak linked to the ingredient kratom.
Idaho GOP Candidate Supports Death Penalty to Stop Abortions
A Republican lieutenant governor candidate says women who get an abortion should be punished if it is ever criminalized in Idaho, adding the punishment should include the death penalty.
More Than 1,000 Bison Removed from Yellowstone National Park
More than 1,000 bison were removed from Yellowstone National Park this winter as part of population control.
Report: Idaho Workers’ Earnings Led Nation in 2017
A recent report says Idaho led the nation last year in workers' earnings growth. But the Idaho Statesman reports Idaho's ranking as having the biggest workers' pay increase in the nation isn't really all that impressive
Appeals Court OKs Boosting Spill at Columbia and Snake Dams
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed an order to spill more water over Columbia and Snake river dams to help protect salmon and steelhead.
Washington’s Apple and Cherry Industry Wary of Trade War
Cherry and apple growers in Washington state are worried their exports to China will be hurt by a trade war that escalated on Monday when that country raised import duties on a $3 billion list of products.
Mormon Leader’s Remark on Sexual Misconduct Draws Criticism
The Mormon church faced more criticism Monday about its approach to sexual abuse after a top leader praised the #MeToo movement but referred to sexual misconduct as "non-consensual immorality," a remark that some say could be interpreted as victim blaming