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Tribal Flags Could be Displayed Inside Idaho Capitol
Tribal leaders in Idaho say they want tribal flags to be displayed inside the Statehouse as a reminder that five sovereign nations reside in the Gem State.
South West Idaho Patient Died as Center Staff Skipped Checks
Authorities say a 27-year-old man found dead at a southwest Idaho state-run treatment center for people with severe disabilities had not been checked on for hours and died when his body position prevented him from breathing.
Teen Arrested After Stabbing at High School Parking Lot
Police say a 17-year-old girl was stabbed in the parking lot of a Nampa high school, and a 17-year-old boy has been arrested on an attempted murder charge.
Tribes Say Trump’s Monument Order Disrespects Native People
Native American leaders say President Donald Trump's move to drastically shrink a Utah national monument is the president's second insult to native people in a week and an offense that tribes will unite to fight
Southwestern Idaho Has Housing Shortage for H-2A Workers
Some housing authorities in southwestern Idaho are struggling to keep up with a rising demand for affordable housing that is the result of a large increase in farm businesses seeking temporary foreign guest workers under the H-2A visa program.
Idaho Board Mulling Funding Boost for Medical Residencies
Idaho's State Board of Education is considering a proposal designed to boost the number of medical residencies throughout the state
Idaho Governor Candidates Share Similar Views on Wildlife
Three top gubernatorial candidates with widely different backgrounds share similar views on managing Idaho's wildlife conservation and access to public lands.
Idaho Lawsuit Claims Home Depot Discriminated Against Mom with Newborn
A former Home Depot assistant supervisor in southwestern Idaho has filed a sex discrimination and pregnancy discrimination lawsuit in federal court against the company
Gary Ingram, Author of Idaho’s Open Meeting Law, Dies
Former state Rep. Gary Ingram, the original author of Idaho's Open Meeting Law, has died. He was 84.
Nampa Nurse Sentenced to Probation After Stealing Drugs
An Idaho nurse who was accused of stealing prescription drugs from residents of the retirement and assisted living home where she worked has been sentenced to more than two years of probation.
New Land-use Rules Clear Path for Bruce Willis’ Airport
Central Idaho officials have changed land-use rules, clearing the way for actor Bruce Willis to finishing building a private airport.
Dam Equipment Failure Completely Drains Popular Nevada Fishing Spot
Authorities say an equipment failure drained a popular Nevada reservoir stocked with fish. The Nevada Department of Wildlife said Thursday the Willow Creek Reservoir had been rebounding nicely from an extended drought when parts of the dam gate broke and got stuck open.
Stolen Vehicle In East Idaho Found with Two Children Safe Inside
Authorities in eastern Idaho say they're looking for whoever stole an SUV containing two small children but abandoned the vehicle about four miles away at an intersection with the turn signal on and the children safe inside.
Blackfoot Man Accused of Murdering Toddler Pleads Guilty
A Blackfoot man accused of killing an 18-month-old boy has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder.
Grizzly Numbers Steady Around Yellowstone
Grizzly bear researchers say the number of bruins in and around Yellowstone National Park is holding steady as state wildlife officials begin discussions about the first public hunts for the animals in decades.
Doctor Sentenced to Prison for Writing Illegal Prescriptions
An Idaho physician who was found guilty of more than 60 counts of illegally dispensing opiates will serve 16 years in prison.
Man Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter Charges for Baby’s Death
A western Idaho man has pleaded guilty to charges of involuntary manslaughter for the death of a 5-month-old girl who was left in a hot car.
US Troops Get Freeze-dried Plasma for Battlefield Bloodshed
All of the U.S. military's special operations fighters now being sent to war zones have freeze-dried blood plasma, a crucial addition to first-aid kits that can prevent badly wounded troops from bleeding to death on the battlefield.
Officials Plan to Cull at Least 600 Yellowstone Bison
Bison managers expect between 600 and 900 of the animals at Yellowstone National Park will be culled this winter by hunting or slaughter.
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.