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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.
USDA Issues Alert About Salads, Wraps Due to Parasite Worry
Federal authorities have issued a public health alert about more than two dozen beef, pork and poultry salad and wrap products as a precaution due to possible parasite contamination.
Idaho Man Denies Killing Girlfriend’s Infant
A south-central Idaho man facing charges in the death of his girlfriend's 20-month-old daughter has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder.
Central Idaho Wildfire Enters Sawtooth National Forest
More firefighters are being called in to fight a fast-growing central Idaho wildfire that has been classified as one of the top priorities in the Great Basin region.
Idaho Court of Appeals Justice to Retire at End of Year
Idaho Court of Appeals Judge Sergio Gutierrez, the state's first and only Latino judge, will retire at the end of this year.
Idaho Town Eyes Pricey Wastewater Facility Upgrade
Officials in the south-central Idaho city of Heyburn have agreed to move toward asking a judge to approve a bond to cover the cost of a major wastewater treatment upgrade rather than asking voters to approve the bond.
Report: Distracted Truck Driver Caused Crash That Killed 4
Idaho State Police say a distracted truck driver caused a seven-vehicle crash that killed him and three U.S. airmen from Mountain Home Air Force Base.
Man Faces Murder, Other Charges in Mormon Church Killing
A man "willfully and deliberately with premeditation" opened fire during services last Sunday at a Mormon church in Nevada, killing one man and wounding the victim's brother, according to an indictment unsealed Wednesday, although authorities have yet to determine a motive.
Lewiston Man Pleads Guilty in Deaths of Ex-wife, Daughter
A northern Idaho man has pleaded guilty in the murder of his ex-wife and his daughter
One Dead After Shooting at Mormon Church in Nevada
Authorities say one person is dead and another injured following a shooting at a Mormon church in Nevada
Nampa Day Care License Suspended After Leaving Child in Park
Authorities have suspended a southwestern Idaho day care's state license after workers left a 3-year-old behind at a local park.
About 7,000 Apply for Wyoming 22 Grizzly Hunting Tags
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has received about 7,000 applications for the state's first grizzly bear hunting season in 44 years
Regulator May Crack Down the Term “Milk” for Alternative Drinks
Soy and almond drinks that bill themselves as "milk" may need to consider alternative language after a top regulator suggested the agency may start cracking down on use of the term.
Study: National Parks Get Fewer Visits When Pollution Rises
Visitors appear to be steering clear of some U.S. national parks or cutting visits short because of pollution levels that are comparable to what's found in major cities, according to a study released Wednesday
New Western HQ for BLM May Be Decided Soon
The Trump administration says it may pick a new Western headquarters for the nation's largest land management agency in the next six to eight months.
Couple Arrested for Child Abuse Part of Faith-healing Church
Authorities say an Idaho mother told deputies her religious beliefs prompted her to pray for her husband instead of tell police about his alleged sexual abuse of their daughters.
3 Wolves Killed in Central Idaho After Sheep Attacks
Three wolves have been killed by federal authorities in central Idaho near Stanley, an action blasted by an environmental group.
Abundant Precipitation, Reduced Water Use Help Boost Aquifer
The water level in an Idaho aquifer increased 1.7 million acre-feet (2.1 billion cubic-meters) over last year.