(AP) - A Boise attorney and the Idaho Innocence Project are trying to get a new trial for a woman who was convicted of killing both her parents after a fight about her boyfriend. Sarah Marie Johnson was 16 in 2003 when prosecutors said she shot Alan and Diane Johnson at the family's Bellevue home.
The construction of an 1100 mile power transmission line from Wyoming and across Idaho is meeting with more resistance. Cassia County Commissioners are supporting a letter to state officials that the power line is “unnecessary and ill advised.”
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