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‘Cry Closet’ Helps University of Utah Students De-stress
A University of Utah student has created a space to help his peers cope with their testing anxiety — The Cry Closet
Officials Say Radioactive Sludge Barrel Ruptures Now Total 4
A total of four barrels containing radioactive sludge at an eastern Idaho nuclear site were found to have ruptured, officials said Wednesday, after initially saying earlier this month that one barrel was leaking.
Idaho Man Gets Probation for Role Following Deadly Shooting
An Idaho man has been given five years of probation for his role in attempting to cover up the shooting death of a Washington man during a camping trip.
US Pecan Growers Seek to Break Out of the Pie Shell
The pecan is being rebranded as more than just pie. Pecan growers and suppliers are hoping to sell U.S. consumers on the virtues of North America's only native nut as a hedge against a potential trade war with China
GOP Gubernatorial Candidates Talk Vision, Attacks in Debate
Idaho's top Republican gubernatorial candidates traded barbs in between laying out their vision for Idaho during their second televised debate on Monday.
Nevada Pot Sales in February Continue to Outpace Projections
State officials say February was another good month for marijuana sales in Nevada. A Department of Taxation report issued Monday says taxable sales of adult-use marijuana topped $35.3 million for the month
Trooper Cleared After Firing at Vehicle That Drove at Him
An Idaho State Police trooper who fired seven shots at a vehicle containing two teenage girls who authorities say tried to run over the trooper has been cleared of any wrongdoing.
Deal Approves $216 Million for Idaho Utility’s Expenses
Idaho officials have approved an agreement allowing a utility company's $216.5 million in relicensing expenses for a three-dam hydroelectric project on the Snake River on the Idaho-Oregon border.
Man Sentenced for Leaving Baby in Hot Car
An Idaho man was sentenced for involuntary manslaughter after he left his then-girlfriend's infant in a hot car while car shopping at a dealership.
Southern Idaho Woman Headed to National Boxing Tournament
A southern Idaho woman is on her way to the National Golden Gloves Tournament as the ninth-ranked boxer in the country in her weight class.
1 Dead After Jetliner Apparently Blows an Engine in Flight
A Southwest Airlines jet apparently blew an engine at about 30,000 feet and got hit by shrapnel that smashed a window and damaged the fuselage Tuesday, killing a passenger and injuring seven others, authorities said.
Idaho Teen Who Died in Moab Dirt Bike Accident Identified
Utah authorities have identified a 15-year-old boy who died in a dirt bike accident in Kane Creek in Moab.
Mormon Officials Leave Jerusalem Due to Strike on Syria
U.S.-led air strikes in Syria have prompted senior Mormon church officials to change their travel plans as they continue a world tour.
Gun Show Ban Lifted at Expo Idaho by County Officials
Officials will allow gun shows again at the Boise-area fairgrounds after a ban was imposed following two accidental shootings.
Nevada Forestry Division Gets $1M Ahead of Wildfire Season
Nevada officials have added more than $1 million to the state's Division of Forestry's budget in preparation for this year's wildfire season
Idaho Prison Staffers, Others Indicted in Contraband Case
Seven people, including several correctional officers, are facing federal charges after prosecutors said they conspired to traffic drugs and smuggle contraband into Idaho prisons.
Idaho Board to Set Guidelines for Adult Learner Scholarship
The Idaho State Board of Education is preparing to set new eligibility guidelines for scholarship funds designed to help working adults finish their undergraduate degrees.
UPDATE: Incident Reported at Idaho Nuclear Site, Crews Responding
Federal officials say there are no injuries at a nuclear facility in eastern Idaho following the release of radioactive material from a ruptured 55-gallon (208-liter) barrel inside a containment structure.
Idaho to Hold Public Meetings on Possible Grizzly Bear Hunt
Idaho officials have scheduled two public meetings as part of a process to potentially open a grizzly bear hunting season this fall that would allow the killing of one male.
Mormons to Celebrate 1978 Lifting of Ban on Blacks in Priesthood
The Mormon church says it will celebrate the upcoming 40th anniversary of its reversal of a ban on blacks in the religion's lay priesthood