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2 Men in Critical Condition After Tanker Truck Explosion
Two men suffered severe burns and are in critical condition after an explosion destroyed a fuel tanker truck north of Chubbuck.
Police: Suspect in Fatal Shooting Commits Suicide
Authorities say an eastern Idaho man pursued by police following a fatal shooting at a trailer park killed himself after being surrounded by law enforcement officers.
3 Men Injured in Eastern Idaho Airplane Crash
Eastern Idaho authorities say three men sustained serious injuries when their small plane crashed near the Idaho-Wyoming border.
Yellowstone Welcomes 940,000 Visitors in July
The National Park Service says more than 940,000 people visited Yellowstone National Park in July, which is typically the park's busiest month for recreation visits.
Some Idaho Schools Lose Free Breakfast for All Students
Some Idaho schools will no longer offer free breakfast for all students after the Federal School Lunch Program changed the formula it uses to determine eligibility for the program.
Body of Missing N. Idaho Woman Recovered from Snake River
The body of a 19-year-old northern Idaho woman has been recovered from the Snake River.
Tetons Might Get 2 New Weather Stations
Skiers and snowboarders might not know that the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center's forecast includes no information from Grand Teton National Park's backcountry.
Butch Cassidy Museum Expands as Visitor Numbers Increase
The Butch Cassidy Museum in Montpelier, Idaho, is getting a face-lift.
Yellowstone Boss Told Ouster Not Due to Dispute
The departing Yellowstone National Park superintendent says park service officials told him he wasn't being forced out of his job over a disagreement with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke over bison management
Company Drops Appeal in Case Over Fatal 2016 Trench Collapse
A construction company has dropped its appeal of a report finding negligence in a fatal trench collapse in Boise that killed two workers
Idaho Man Dies in Paragliding Crash
Authorities say an Idaho man died after succumbing to injuries suffered in a paragliding crash in Lemhi County
Commission Backs Plan to Maintain Montana Grizzly Population
Montana wildlife commissioners have endorsed a plan to manage the largest grizzly bear population in the Lower 48 states at current levels as federal officials consider lifting protections on the animals
Idaho Wildfire Threatens Historic Gold Mines, Fire Lookouts
A wildfire in east-central Idaho burning in an area where there hasn't been a wildfire in 80 years is threatening historic gold mines and fire lookouts, officials said Thursday.
Organic Dairy Farmers Vow to Compete in Changing Industry
Small family operated dairy farms with cows freely grazing on verdant pastures are going out of business as large confined animal operations with thousands of animals lined up in assembly-line fashion are expanding into the organic market.
This Year’s Washington Apple Crop Estimated at 131 Million Boxes
This year's Washington apple crop is estimated at 131 million 40-pound boxes. That's according to the Washington State Tree Fruit Association, which says this year's crop is down 2 percent from the 2017 harvest of 134 million boxes
New Search in Wyoming for Suspect in Idaho Triple Killings
Searchers in northwest Wyoming are looking again for a Utah man who is missing but presumed dead after being suspected of killing his wife, another woman and a 14-year-old girl in Idaho last year.
Idaho Prisons Mulling 20 Percent Budget Boost
Top officials with the Idaho Department of Correction are considering telling state lawmakers they need a nearly 20 percent budget increase to fund beds, staff and services for the state's growing prison population.
Idaho’s Revenue From Alcohol, Tobacco Taxes Ranks Low
A recent report by the Pew Research Center found that Idaho's revenue from its taxes on alcohol, tobacco and gambling is among the lowest in the nation.
Idaho Court Tosses Conviction in Hit-man Hiring Case
The Idaho Supreme Court has thrown out the conviction of a man accused of hiring a hit man to murder two people.
Bill Allowing More Sea Lions to Be Killed Clears Key Hurdle
A bill that would make it easier to kill sea lions that gobble endangered salmon in the Columbia River has cleared a key committee in the U.S. Senate.