Idaho Governor "Butch" Otter concedes he misspoke last week by suggesting Idaho could lose up to $300 million in Medicaid funding if it doesn't adopt an insurance exchange required by the federal health care overhaul. He now says if lawmakers opt against establishing a state-run exchange with $20.3 million in federal help, then the federal government would step in -
Idaho plans to adopt a new grading system for public schools while seeking a federal waiver to get around provisions of the No Child Left Behind education law. Under the state Department of Education's new accountability system, Idaho will use a five-star scale to evaluate and recognize schools.
The Idaho Court of Appeals Wednesday has upheld the conviction of a Twin Falls man convicted of possession of a controlled substance in October 2009. the times news reports Raul Martinez-Gonzalez was arrested in the parking lot of his apartment complex after police were called about suspici
State lawmakers will go back to work in Boise on Monday. While the situation isn't as bleak as past legislative sessions, the budget is expected to dominate the 2012 legislative session. House Minority Leader John Rusche, a democrat from Lewiston tells Idaho's News Channel 7 the big question this year will be
Special Olympics Idaho is canceling its statewide games due to a lack of snow. The statewide games were scheduled for the first weekend in March, but with little snow and no more forecasted the decision had to be made now. The
A State economist warns t could take until 2014 for Idaho’s economy to fully recover from the 60,000 jobs lost during the recession. State chief economist Derek Santos told the Legislature's economic-outlook committee yesterday that Idaho's personal income — th
A federal judge has thrown out Idaho's two newest anti-union laws, saying they violate federal rules and would restrict the free play of economic forces. The laws, intended to weaken the power of labor organizations in Idaho, were passed during the 2011 legislative session. But two building a
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