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Idaho Man Killed in Ukraine
An American man was killed in a Russian attack on the northern Ukrainian city of Chernihiv, where he was seeking medical treatment for his partner
Amazon Services Down, Major Companies Impacted
Amazon Web Services suffered a major outage Tuesday, the company said, limiting service at many key and popular sites.
Ethics Panel: Idaho Lawmaker Accused of Rape Should be Censured
An Idaho lawmaker who was accused of rape by a 19-year-old intern should be formally censured and suspended from office, a legislative ethics committee found on Thursday.
Gem County Sheriff Looking for Three Run Away Children
Authorities in Idaho are trying to find three children believed to have run away from the same home, months apart.
Powerball Lottery to End in Idaho This Summer
Idaho lawmakers fearing foreign participation in the Powerball lottery killed legislation on Wednesday that would have allowed the game with huge jackpots to continue in the state after a run of more than 30 years.
$5M bond for Magic Valley Man Accused of Killing Colorado Girl in 1984
A Colorado judge set a $5 million bond on Friday for a man who is accused of kidnapping and murdering a 12-year-old girl in 1984.
Idaho is top pick for Energy Department nuclear test reactor
The U.S. government said Thursday that Idaho is its preferred choice ahead of Tennessee for a test reactor to be built as part of an effort to revamp the nation’s fading nuclear power industry by developing safer fuel and power plants.
Hunting in Idaho increases as people seek refuge from virus
Hunting license sales in Idaho are up as more residents seek a way to safely get out of the house without contracting COVID-19, but that has led to inexperienced hunters misidentifying and killing moose and a grizzly bear, wildlife officials say.
Idaho unemployment drops to 5.5%, but COVID-19 cases surge
Idaho’s unemployment rate has dropped to 5.5% as about 5,400 nonfarm workers regained jobs in October, officials said Friday.
Idaho Supreme Court: State must reveal execution drug source
Idaho prison officials must turn over information about where they got lethal injection drugs used in recent executions, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday, the latest turn in a long-running challenge over transparency in executions that’s playing out nationwide.
Twin Falls Woman Arrested in Utah, Accused of Biting Officer
A Twin Falls, Idaho, woman is behind bars after a traffic stop turned violent when she allegedly bit a police officer.
Former Idaho Gubernatorial Candidate Indicted for Murder
A former longshot Idaho gubernatorial candidate was indicted Tuesday in the murder of Jonelle Matthews, a 12-year-old Colorado girl whose disappearance after a holiday concert in 1984 was a mystery for decades.
Stage 4 Restrictions Stay, Idaho Governor Encourages Flu Shots
Idaho will remain under restrictions in the fourth and final stage of reopening during the coronavirus pandemic for at least another two weeks, Gov. Brad Little said Thursday.
Hearing Reveals Gruesome Details of Children Buried in East Idaho
A detective Monday described in excruciating details how investigators unearthed the remains of two children who had been missing for months while searching the rural Idaho property of a man charged with concealing evidence.
Idaho Inmate Undergoes Gender Confirmation Surgery After Legal Battle
An Idaho inmate became the second incarcerated person in the U.S. to undergo gender confirmation surgery while in prison following a legal dispute that went to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Idaho Republican Joins Transgender Sports Lawsuit Fight
Idaho Republican Party Chairman Raul Labrador has signed on to represent two college track athletes who want a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging a new state law banning transgender women from competing in women’s sports.
Idaho Woman Apologizes to Arresting Police Officer
An anti-vaccine activist who was arrested in Idaho after she repeatedly refused orders by police to leave a playground that had been closed because of the coronavirus pandemic has apologized to the police officer.
Three Killed in Plane Crash in Northeastern Nevada
Authorities have identified three people from Arizona killed in a plane crash in a remote area of northeastern Nevada.
Nearly 33,000 Idahoans Filed for Unemployment in a Week
Nearly 33,000 Idaho residents filed for unemployment benefits last week as the Idaho economy continues shedding jobs at a record rate because of the coronavirus, state officials said Thursday.
Feds Move Tax Day to July
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the Trump administration has decided to push the income tax filing date to July 15 from April 15.