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Trial begins for Colorado man charged in fiancee’s death
Prosecutors said Friday that a Colorado man accused of beating his fiancee to death with a baseball bat and burning her body on his ranch consistently manipulated those around him, while the defense countered that their client had no motive and noted the woman's body has not been found.
About 35,000 Idahoans sign up for Medicaid under expansion
About 35,000 Idaho residents have signed up for Medicaid under expanded coverage in the first few days it has been offered, state officials said Monday.
Lawsuit planned after giant forest project OK’d in Idaho
A giant forest project in Idaho rejected by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is on again, and an environmental group says it violates the court's orders and will stop it with another lawsuit.
Man shot by police files $9M claim against city in Idaho
A man shot by police in Idaho and left with permanent injuries has filed a claim seeking $9 million in damages, an attorney said.
Trial starts for Colorado man suspected of killing fiancee
Jury selection began Monday in the trial of a Colorado man suspected of killing his flight instructor fiancee and burning her body on his ranch. It was expected to take several days to seat a jury to weigh the evidence against Patrick Frazee, 33, who has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and…
Shooting at California high school injures 1, police say
A shooting at a high school in Northern California injured one person Tuesday and set off a search for the suspect, police said.
Explosive device blows up at Montana school, no injuries
An improvised explosive device blew up in an elementary school playground in Helena on Tuesday just before classes began, authorities said.
Solar Power Deal Involving Idaho Homeowners Reached
An Idaho utility has reached an agreement involving paying homeowners who generate electricity with rooftop solar panels and other renewable energy methods.
Idaho County Officials Trying to Identify Skeletal Remains
Authorities in north-central Idaho are trying to find the identity of skeletal remains found by beachcombers along the Salmon River.
Southern Idaho Officials Struggle with Overcrowded Jail
A southern Idaho jail built to hold 194 is currently housing about 279 inmates, some crowded into an old trailer, others forced to sleep in plastic boat-shaped containers lining the walls.
Fire Guts 5 Mile Bar in Chubbuck
A fire has gutted the 5 Mile bar in Chubbuck.
Western Governors: States Not Consulted on Nuclear Waste
Western governors are disappointed that the U.S. Department of Energy didn't consult their states' nuclear waste experts before releasing a five-year plan for a nuclear waste facility.
Energy Department Names Nuclear Scientists to Lead Research
The U.S. Department of Energy on Thursday named two nuclear scientists to lead a research center at an eastern Idaho nuclear laboratory as part of an effort to revamp and increase the nation’s use of nuclear power.
Hunters Kill More Grand Teton Mountain Goats Than Expected
Hunters have killed more mountain goats in Grand Teton National Park than expected.
Democrats subpoena Giuliani for Ukraine files
House Democrats have subpoenaed President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani for documents related to his interactions with Ukrainian officials.
The Latest: Schiff says complaint reads like crime shakedown
In the days following the phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukraine's new president, senior White House officials intervened to "lock down" all records of the call. That's according to a declassified whistleblower complaint released Thursday by the House Intelligence …
Trump calls impeachment inquiry ‘garbage’
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to announce a formal impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump over allegations that he pressured the leader of Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden's family.
Federal study planned on raising Boise River dam
Federal officials plan to create an environmental study that will look at raising one of three Boise River system dams to capture more water for fast-growing southwestern Idaho.
Yogurt company Chobani opens research facility in Idaho
The founder and CEO of Greek yogurt company Chobani has opened a $21 million research and development center in south-central Idaho.
Idaho closes investigation into sickened farmworkers
An investigation into what sickened several farmworkers in an Idaho hop field earlier this year has closed without a conclusive answer.