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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.
Professor Pursues DNA Test to Identify Body in Idaho Cave
A former Idaho State University professor wants to solve a 1970s east Idaho death mystery and is raising money to find additional clues.
Investment Group Plans Redevelopment of Idaho Mall
A California-based investment group is planning to spend more than $30 million to redevelop an Idaho mall, adding multifamily housing and a hotel to the site.
Caldwell Man Arrested as Suspect in 1996 Rape, Murder
Police have arrested a man in connection with the rape and murder of a young Idaho Falls woman more than two decades ago with the help of DNA and a family tree.
Trump’s Iran Moves Trigger Warnings, Demands from Congress
Sudden White House moves in the Mideast sparked alarm in Congress on Wednesday as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi warned President Donald Trump away from war with Iran.
Lawsuit Seeks to Halt Central Idaho Hiking-Biking Trail
A planned trail connecting the popular central Idaho tourist destinations of Redfish Lake and Stanley is being challenged in federal court by the owners of Sawtooth Mountain Ranch.
Idaho State Controller Upgrades Open Government Website
Idaho State Controller Brandon Woolf says a new upgrade to the state's open-data transparency website will make it easier for people to get a look at the state's checkbook-level financial information.
Federal Agency to Study Predator-killing Plans in Idaho
A federal agency says it will conduct an extensive environmental study on its decision to expand the killing of wolves and other predators in Idaho attacking livestock to also include predators attacking deer and elk.
Idaho Judge Rules Against Return of Hemp Seized as Marijuana
A truckload of what Idaho police believed to be marijuana is industrial hemp, but a judge has ruled the material will not be returned.
Idaho, Utah Seek to Defend Trump Drilling Plan Lawsuit
Idaho and Utah filed documents in U.S. District Court late last week seeking to defend a plan put forward by President Donald Trump in mid-March.
Legal filings contend principal sexually harassed students
Two females have filed legal documents against an Idaho school district contending a high school principal sexually harassed them while they were students and district officials failed to act.
Magic Valley School district settles sex assault case involving student
An Idaho school district and a girl who sued after she was sexually assaulted by an older student and forced to move to another community reached a settlement, hours after a jury began deliberating.
Conservation Groups Ask Judge to Halt Trump Drilling Plan
Four conservation groups have asked a judge to block a Trump administration plan allowing drilling, mining and other activities in seven Western states they say will harm sage grouse.
Boise Nonprofit Offers Homes Made of Steel Containers
A Boise nonprofit will begin accepting applications for families that want to live in one of four affordable houses made of steel shipping containers.