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Leavitt Executed-Dead at 10:25am

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho prison officials say convicted killer Richard Leavitt was calm and meeting with his attorneys and a few visitors on the day before his execution. KTVB reports prison officials declared Leavitt dead at 10:25 a

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Soham Trial Nears Conclusion
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AP Sue Over State’s Execution Practice

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A San Francisco-based federal appeals court ruled in 2002 that every aspect of an execution should be open to witnesses, from the moment the condemned enters the death chamber to his final heartbeat. The ruling established what was expected of the nine Western states within the court's jurisdiction.  According to an Associated Press r

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Whooping Cough Warning for Idaho

NAMPA, Idaho (AP) - Health officials in Idaho are encouraging residents to get vaccinated against pertussis - also called  whooping cough - as neighboring Washington state struggles with its worst outbreak of the disease in decades. Southwest District Health spokeswoman Laurie Boston told the Idaho Press-Tribune  that the disease doesn't know state boundary lines,

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Idaho Gets A+ For Business Friendliness

At least one group thinks Idaho deserves an A+ when it comes to a business friendly environment.  The Ewing  Kauffman Foundation and Thumbtack.com have released a study ranking the “least” and “most” business friendly states in the U

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Will “Mad Cow” Case Affect Idaho?

The first confirmed case of mad cow disease in the U.S. in six years has shown up in California.  Officials are still investigating how the dairy cow contracted the disease. The government is stressing there is no threat to human health because no meat from the animal was ever headed for the food supply. The cow was already dead and since it was a dairy cow, the infected animal does not pose a health hazard according to the government.  Scientists say milk does not transmit the disease. It only hurts humans when an infected animal’s meat is eaten. 

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State Seeks More College Grads

(AP) - The state Board of Education is gathering input from the public on a campaign to double the number of Idaho adults between the ages of 25 and 34 with a college degree or certificate. Trustees are expected to review the Complete College Idaho plan at a June meeting. Board spokeswoman Marilyn Whitney says trustees will first accept public comments through May 15.

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College Tuition Going Up For Idaho Students

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(AP) - Students at Idaho's public universities will pay $274 to $356 more in tuition next year. The increases approved Wednesday by the state Board of Education are relatively modest compared to those set in recent years as the universities looked to offset declines in state funding.

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Idaho Democrats Hold Weekend Caucus

(AP)  President Barack Obama won the support of 98 percent of participants at caucuses held by Idaho Democrats around the state on Saturday. Idaho Democrat Party Chairman Larry Grant in a statement says Idaho Democrats are enthusiastic about having a Democratic president who stands up for middle class families and working Americans.

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Snow Survey Helps Drought-Plagued California Determine Water Allocation
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Idaho Water Outlook A Mixed Bag

(AP) - Idaho climate experts say some record-setting weather in March has put the state's rivers and aquifers in great shape heading into summer. National Weather Service meteorologist Jay Breidenbach said Thursday March storms saturated central and northern Idaho. But they largely avoided much of the state's southern half.

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Tax Deadline Nears…Are You Ready?

Taxes are due next Tuesday which means procrastinators still have some time left to figure out if they can get a bigger refund.  Every year thousands of Idahoans rush to file their taxes to meet the deadline. This year it's on April 17.  The Idaho State Tax Commission reports that nearly half of individual tax returns have yet to be filed.  Tax preparer Tom Brown says you might want to watch out for a couple things that often get overlooked when doing your taxes. 

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