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Four Idaho Employees Wear Blackface to Work as Part of Costume
The president and CEO of an Idaho credit union apologized after four female employees wore blackface to work as part of their Halloween costume.
Idaho Town Looking to Cash in on Starry Skies With More Tourists
The stars are aligning for Idaho — mainly because they're visible. The International Dark-Sky Association this week designated the city of Ketchum an International Dark Sky Community, the 16th in the world.
Idaho Democrat Once Again Throws Hat in Gubernatorial Ring
Idaho businessman Anthony Joseph "A.J." Balukoff is once again running as a Democrat for governor. Balukoff, 71, filed paperwork Thursday to run for the top elected office.
Utah Man Arrested in Idaho Following Police Pursuit
A 25-year-old Utah man being sought by police following the finding of a body in northern Utah has been taken into custody in southeastern Idaho
UPDATE: Bergdahl Gets No Prison Time, Gets Dishonorable Discharge
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was held for five years by Taliban allies after walking off his post in Afghanistan, will soon learn his punishment after pleading guilty to endangering his comrades.
Federal Officials Ban Snowmobiles in Parts of Idaho Forest
Federal officials have released a plan for a northern Idaho forest proposed wilderness area that includes banning snowmobiles.
Enrollment Open for 2018 Health Plans in Idaho
Open enrollment has kicked off for Idahoans who want to sign up for health insurance through the state's online exchange. The annual enrollment period runs from Wednesday to Dec. 15.
Labrador Attracts Endorsements in Idaho’s Gubernatorial Race
U.S. Rep. Raul Labrador has secured two key endorsements from fellow congressional Republicans in his bid to become Idaho's next governor. GOP U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas on Wednesday announced he is endorsing Labrador for governor in 2018.
New Plant Species to be Named After Late Idaho Governor
Researchers say that a newly discovered plant species will be named after the late Gov. Cecil Andrus after a group of his friends successfully helped raise $10,000 for their work.
Two States Warn Against Big Changes in grouse Plan
Two Western governors are warning the Trump administration against making big changes in a plan to protect a ground-dwelling bird across the West, saying it would send a message to states not to bother working together to save other imperiled species.
Former Idaho Lawmaker Focus of Sexual Abuse Investigation
Documents obtained from the Idaho Attorney General's office show that the investigating involving a former state lawmaker is for possible sexual abuse.
Boise State Football Ticket Sales Expected to Drop Again
Boise State University officials say they expect football ticket revenue to drop again this season. BSU Athletic Director Curt Apsey told the Idaho Statesman that the Broncos have seen declining football ticket revenue for the past four years.
Company Terminates $70M Medicaid Transport Contract with Idaho
Officials with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare say the company tapped by the state to transport Medicaid patients for non-emergency services is ending its $70 million contract with the state.
Bergdahl Testifies About His Experience in Taliban Captivity
Gut-wrenching testimony at the sentencing of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will likely continue with officials who treated the soldier following his brutal five years of captivity by Taliban allies.
Idaho Approves $3 Million to Study Raising Boise River Dams
Idaho officials have approved spending $3 million to help pay for a federal study to increase the height of three dams on the Boise River
Boise State Declines to Play Ball at Proposed Downtown Park
Boise State University officials say they'll build their own baseball stadium on or near campus rather than play in a proposed stadium to be built near downtown.
Idaho Court Ruling Has Lawmakers Bracing for 2018 Session
An Idaho Supreme Court ruling has the state's top legislative leaders scrambling to prepare for a 2018 session unlike any other in the Gem State's recent history
Mormon Church Makes Changes to General Conferences
The Salt Lake City-based Mormon church will be changing the way it holds future general conferences.
GOP leaders: House Will Vote Next Week on Wildfire bill
Republican leaders say the House will vote next week on a GOP bill to make it easier to cut down trees on national forests to reduce the risk of wildfire.
Soldier Head wound Described at Bergdahl Hearing
An Army National Guard sergeant has testified about seeing a fellow soldier shot in the head while searching for Bowe Bergdahl.