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USDA: Weather delay cuts corn crop to smallest in 4 years
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has lowered its estimate of this year's corn crop to the lowest in four years, saying wet weather has delayed planting and reduced acres planted and the expected per-acre yield.
Idaho teen charged as adult in connection with several rapes
An Idaho teenager has been charged as an adult in connection with five sexual assaults, and law enforcement officials say they believe there may be more victims.
Idaho Authorities Investigating Shooting Death of Young Girl
Authorities in eastern Idaho are investigating the shooting death of an 11-year-old girl.
Case of Idaho Woman Killed in Seed Plant Goes Back to Court
The family of an Idaho woman who died after her hair got caught in machinery at a seed plant has taken a lawsuit back to the state Supreme Court after it ruled against them last year.
Idaho nuclear waste treatment plant reports progress
Workers at an Idaho nuclear facility have made significant progress in efforts to remove high-level liquid radioactive waste stored in tanks above a massive aquifer, officials said.
Police Investigating Death of Disabled Man from Too-hot Bath
Boise police are investigating the death of a disabled man who died of severe burns after he was put in a bathtub of hot water.
Federal Judge Sides with Dairy in Human Trafficking Lawsuit
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by six Mexican veterinarians who say they were recruited to be animal scientists at an Idaho dairy but were instead forced to work as laborers.
Man cited for walking on Yellowstone Park hot spring
Yellowstone National Park rangers have cited a man for walking on a sensitive hot spring area.
HUD: Idaho landlord rejected family with 7 kids for rental
The landlord who rejected a family seeking to rent a house in Idaho because they had seven children is being charged with violating federal housing law.
Idaho National Parks Brought More Than $37 Million to State
A new report from the National Park Service says Idaho's five national parks brought in nearly 750,000 visitors last year.
Conservation Group Offers $7,500 Reward in Killing of Wolf
A conservation group is offering a $7,500 reward for information that leads to a conviction in the death of a gray wolf in northeastern Washington state.
Air Force Temporarily Moves Utah Fighter Jet Unit to Idaho
Officials say more than 250 airmen and up to 24 aircraft are temporarily moving to an Air Force base in Idaho as a runway at a Utah base undergoes renovation.
Idaho Men’s Basketball Coach Put on Administrative Leave
The University of Idaho men's basketball coach has been placed on administrative leave following a consultant's report finding potential NCAA violations.
Farm Workers in Idaho Exposed to Unknown Substance
Twelve farm workers and ten others were treated at the West Valley Medical Center in Caldwell and decontaminated by a hazmat team on Sunday night.
Attorney Wants Trial on Deadly Idaho Wreck Moved
The attorney for a woman charged in a deadly Idaho crash has asked for the trial to be held elsewhere and for the charges to be tried separately.
Trump Considers Pardons for Soldiers Accused of War Crimes
President Donald Trump said Friday that he has been considering pardons for several American military members accused of war crimes.
Colorado Rancher Pleads Not Guilty in Killing of Fiancee
A Colorado rancher suspected of killing his fiancee and burning her body pleaded not guilty Friday to murder and solicitation to commit murder charges.
Proposed Idaho Powerline Could Help US Cybersecurity Efforts
Federal officials are taking public comments on a plan to build a 16.5-mile (27-kilometer) powerline at an eastern Idaho nuclear site as part of a cybersecurity effort to bolster protections for the nation's electric grid.
Idaho Governor Appoints New Member of Idaho House
Republican Gov. Brad Little has appointed Megan Kiska to a seat in the Idaho House of Representatives.
Idaho Prison Leaders Tighten Public Record Exemptions
The Idaho Board of Correction has tightened and clarified some restrictions on what documents can be released under the Idaho Public Records Act, including security camera information and inmate visitor logs.