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Fall Grizzly Research Begins in Grand Teton National Park
Fall trapping of grizzly bears is getting started in western Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park and will continue through mid-November.
Police: Idaho Man Accidentally Kills Wife While Cleaning Gun
Police say an Idaho man accidentally shot and killed his wife while cleaning handguns on Sunday.
Ex-Boise Priest Pleads Guilty to Child Porn Charges
A former Boise Catholic priest has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges as part of a plea deal.
Human Remains Found in Area Where Montana Woman Went Missing
A hunter discovered human remains in a remote area of North Idaho where a Montana woman reportedly went missing last year.
Cosby ‘Unmasked': TV Star Gets 3 to 10 Years for Sex Assault
His Hollywood career and good-guy image in ruins, Bill Cosby was led away to prison in handcuffs Tuesday at age 81, sentenced to three to 10 years behind bars for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his gated estate.
More Idaho Women Start Businesses, But Men Still Make More
An analysis of census data shows that the gap between Idaho men's and women's wages is widening.
Trial Set for Teacher Accused of Feeding Puppy to Turtle
A southeast Idaho teacher accused of feeding a sick puppy to a snapping turtle in front of several students will be tried in his own community next month.
Judge Rejects Effort to Temporarily Halt Killing of Wolves
A Washington state judge on Friday rejected efforts to temporarily block the killing of wolves that are preying on livestock in Ferry County.
Top Staffers for Idaho Gov Candidate Paulette Jordan Resign
Two of the top staffers for Idaho Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan have resigned with less than two months left before the Nov. 6 election.
Budget Office Warns Idahoans May Face Bigger Tax Bills
Idahoans may see smaller refunds when filing their 2018 taxes next year because of major changes tied to the new tax law, Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter's budget office warned on Monday.
Visitation to Yellowstone Down Last Month But Still High
Officials say visitation to Yellowstone National Park was down last month but 2018 is still on par with the park's three busiest years.
Advocates Ask Judge to Extend Delay on Rockies Grizzly Hunts
Opponents of grizzly bear hunts in Wyoming and Idaho asked a judge Wednesday for another two-week delay while he considers if federal protections for the animals should be restored.
Montana Man Must Pay $71K Restitution in Elko County Crash
A 24-year-old Montana man has been placed on five years' probation and ordered to pay more than $71,000 in restitution to two passengers who were ejected from his car when he crashed in northeast Nevada three years ago.
US Approves Sheep Grazing Research in Grizzly Bear Area
A federally-run sheep experiment facility in Idaho long targeted by environmental groups will start grazing sheep again in the Centennial Mountains of Idaho and Montana.
State Lawmakers Order Investigation Into Treatment Center
Idaho lawmakers have ordered an investigation into a state-run treatment center for people with developmental disabilities and behavioral challenges. The Idaho Statesman reported Wednesday that state lawmakers ordered the Office of Performance Evaluations to launch an investigation into the Southwes…
Idaho Las Vegas Attack Survivors Urged to Apply for Assistance
The majority of Idahoans present at the Oct. 1 attack on the Las Vegas Strip have not submitted applications to a Nevada crime-victim program for expense reimbursements.
Idaho Probing Prison Fire Crews After Rape Accusation
Idaho is scrutinizing its program allowing prison inmates to help battle wildfires after one was charged with raping a woman working at a remote base camp in Utah.
Idaho Supreme Court Justice Warren Jones Dies
Former Idaho Supreme Court Justice Warren E. Jones has died. He was 75.
Grenade Found In Trailer Detonated in Idaho
Authorities in west-central Idaho have safely detonated a grenade a woman found in her deceased brother's trailer
Judge Halts Saturday’s Grizzly Hunts in Wyoming, Idaho
Grizzly bear hunts scheduled for this weekend in Wyoming and Idaho have been temporarily blocked by a federal judge.