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Authorities Search for Teen Who Disappeared While Swimming
Authorities are searching for a 14-year-old boy from Utah who disappeared while swimming northeast of Idaho Falls in the Teton River
Blaine County Continue to Push Public Defense Changes
County commissions in central Idaho say they are moving forward with a plan to establish an in-house public defense office rather than continue contracting lawyers to provide representation for poor people caught in the criminal justice system.
Nuclear Waste Treatment Plant Hopes to Work Next Spring
A treatment plant designed to treat radioactive waste stored in eastern Idaho could start operating next spring, officials said.
Poaching Contributing to Bird Population Decline in Idaho
The long-billed curlew bird population is declining in southwestern Idaho because of poachers, researchers said.
Trump Says He’ll Sign Order Ending Child-parent Separation
President Donald Trump said he would be signing an executive order later Wednesday that would end the process of separating children from families after they are detained crossing the U.S. border illegally.
Idaho Family Sues US After Child Sprayed by Cyanide Trap
An Idaho couple who says their son was sprayed with cyanide by a predator-killing trap that federal workers mistakenly placed on U.S. land near their home has sued the government.
Sheriff: Suspect in Idaho Triple Killing is Probably Dead
The only suspect in the killing of two women and a 14-year-old girl last year in Idaho will likely never be brought to justice because he's probably dead, a sheriff said.
Idaho Lawmakers Search for Ways to Reduce Prison Population
Idaho's climbing prison population has a group of lawmakers giving a second look at some recommendations made by policy experts three years ago, including reclassifying some felonies as misdemeanors and increasing efforts to prevent people from going to prison in the first place.
Mormon Church Blasts Family Separations at US-Mexico Border
The Mormon church says it's "deeply troubled" by the separation of families at the U.S-Mexico border and is urging national leaders to fix the situation and find compassionate solutions.
Idaho Supreme Court Asked to Delay Water Battle Arguments
The Idaho Supreme Court has been asked to postpone arguments surrounding a lengthy water battle after parties on both sides of the case say they are close to a settlement.
Idaho Nuclear Research Lab Looking to Downsize Workforce
Officials at an eastern Idaho nuclear research lab want to eliminate 99 employees and hope they will take a voluntary separation agreement, they said in a notice to employees.
26 Wild Horses Released in Idaho Following 2015 Fire
The Bureau of Land Management has released 26 wild horses into the Sands Basin Herd Management Area in southwestern Idaho.
Southwestern Idaho Woman Gets 5 Years for Beating Son
A southwestern Idaho woman who beat her 9-year-old son with a wooden spoon until it broke and grabbed his throat until he lost consciousness has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Idaho Judge Under Investigation Announces Retirement
An Idaho judge under investigation for the past eight months has since announced he will retire next month.
Yellowstone Boss Says Trump Administration Forcing Him Out
The man wasn't given a reason and said the only dispute he's had with U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who oversees the park service, was over bison.
Wild Horses to Return to Southwestern Idaho After Fire
Some of the wild horses rounded up in southwestern Idaho after a giant wildfire burned up forage will be returned to the area this month.
US Army Commander Approves Bergdahl Sentence, No Prison Time
A senior U.S. military commander is endorsing the decision to spare Army Pvt. Bowe Bergdahl prison time for abandoning his post in Afghanistan, endangering military comrades who participated in the lengthy search for him.
Another Elk Attack Near Hotel in Yellowstone Park
For the second time in three days, an elk has attacked someone in Yellowstone National Park.
Yellowstone Hotel Worker Seriously Injured in Elk Attack
An elk attacked and seriously injured a hotel worker at Yellowstone National Park as the animal sought to protect a nearby calf
Mormons Pull Remaining Missionaries from Nicaragua Amid Violence
The Mormon church is pulling the remaining 158 missionaries from Nicaragua because of ongoing violence and deteriorating conditions in the Central American country