More than 80 Idaho Army National Guard troops are getting ready to go back overseas -- this time for a peaceful mission in Cambodia. The troops from the 116th Calvary Brigade Combat Team will be working providing a variety of training services, including to
A non-binding resolution cleared the chamber on a 53-15 vote, to support the federal "Respect for Rights of Conscience Act." Republican Rep. Carlos Bilbao of Emmett told representatives it's needed to block the 2010 health care overhaul's requirement that employers' ins
The AP is reporting that Idaho Senate Republican Caucus Chairman John McGee of Caldwell resigned Wednesday, ending a promising political career that once held prospects of higher office, including Congress and governor.
Senate President Pro-Tem Brent Hill, Majority Leader Bart Davis, and Assistant Majority Leader Chuck Winder announced the charges
Gov. Butch Otter has named a replacement for the outgoing environmental quality director. Otter has announced that Curt Fransen will take over for Toni Hardesty, who recently resigned as director of the Idaho Department of En
A Senate committee has introduced legislation that would allow Idaho's governor to assign to the lieutenant governor the same security protection afforded to other high ranking public officials. Idaho Falls Sen. Bart Davis is sponsoring the measure introduced Wednesday in the State Affairs Committee. The Idaho State Police is authoriz
A proposed texting-while-driving ban for Idaho is headed to debate in the House, after senators agreed stricter limits on smart phones behind the wheel of a car would make people safer on the roads. If the bill approved Tuesday on a 29-6 vote sounds familiar, it should. Since 2010, Idaho lawmakers have sought unsuccessfully
Gov. "Butch" Otter is giving Occupy Boise until Monday to pack up their encampment on state land just across from the state. Otter signed emergency legislation Tuesday that prohibits the protesters from camping on state-managed property. Occupy Boise se
What's become an annual, unsuccessful push for Idaho to tax Internet sales got started in the House Revenue and Taxation Committee. The Alcohol Beverage Control Division has one officer that conducts inspections for the state's more than 5,000 alcohol busin
House Health and Welfare Committee Janice McGeachin Monday warned those in the room they were in danger of breaking fire codes, so many had arrived to testify for and against the measure. Idaho isn't alone in considering similar legislation, with Missouri and Arizona mulling changes. The measures challen
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