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GOP squirms as Bolton prepares to dish on Trump White House
For much of the last 20 years, John Bolton was a conservative poster child, a Republican hawk whose worldview helped shape the GOP establishment’s approach to dicey foreign policy questions.
Legislation adds additional restrictions for drones in Idaho
Restrictions on using drones for surveillance on individuals and private property would be increased under legislation proposed Tuesday.
Report: Idaho could save money by building state prison
Idaho’s prisons are overcrowded and dilapidated, the inmate population is rapidly growing and taxpayers could save millions by building a prison, state auditors told a panel of lawmakers on Tuesday.
Bill to end daylight saving time in Idaho goes to House
Idaho residents wouldn’t have to fall back or spring ahead for daylight saving time under proposed legislation that advanced to the House on Wednesday.
Carbon monoxide leak at vacation rental sends 25 to hospital
Authorities say 25 people were hospitalized for carbon monoxide poisoning while staying at a vacation rental home in an Idaho mountain town.
Mom of two missing kids found in Hawaii with new husband
Police say the mother of two missing children has been found in Hawaii, along with her new husband, but the children still have not been located.
Sheriff: Remains found near Salmon River may be Boise man
Idaho County officials say human remains found along the Salmon River earlier this month may belong to a Boise man who disappeared on a fishing trip in 2017.
Idaho House committee OKs bill to end daylight saving time
Idaho residents wouldn’t have to fall back or spring ahead for daylight saving time under legislation introduced Thursday.
Lawmaker proposes wolf-free zones in southern Idaho
Some areas in Idaho would be declared wolf-free zones, and other areas where the animals have killed livestock would have increased wolf-killing opportunities under legislation proposed Wednesday.
Idaho lawmakers hear divisive testimony on science standards
A panel of Idaho lawmakers heard contentious testimony Wednesday on the state’s education standards for science.
Idaho governor extends paid family leave for state employees
Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Wednesday issued an executive order increasing paid leave for parents in the executive branch to eight weeks.
Property tax, grocery tax relief introduced in Idaho House
Idaho residents would get a break on property taxes and grocery sales taxes under proposed legislation introduced Wednesday.
Legislation to legalize hemp in Idaho introduced in Senate
Growing hemp would be legal in Idaho under proposed legislation introduced Tuesday.
Conservationists oppose lowering Idaho military flight floor
Conservationists are concerned a U.S. Air Force proposal to lower the altitude of supersonic flights around an Idaho air base could have negative impacts on wildlife.
Idaho Senate OKs emergency water rights to clean up spills
Legislation granting an emergency water right when crews are trying to clean up spills in Idaho waterways headed to lawmakers in the House on Monday.
Report: Oregon marijuana sales 420% stronger near Idaho
Marijuana sales in Oregon along the Idaho state line are 420% the statewide average, according to a state report.
Report: Idaho has 6th-highest growth in corrections spending
Idaho has the sixth-highest growth rate for spending on corrections in the last 25 years, and with the state’s governor proposing a 12.1% budget increase for the Idaho Department of Correction, the department’s director says the state is at a “critical juncture.”
Former Boise group home employee charged with rape
Prosecutors have charged a former employee of a Boise group home with rape and attempted rape because they say he confessed to abusing two disabled residents.
Pelosi to ‘soon’ send impeachment articles for Senate trial
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday she will “soon″ transmit the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, signaling a potential thaw in the standoff with Senate Republicans as she warned against rushing to an acquittal without a fair trial.
Iranians shot down jetliner, US, Canadian, UK leaders say
Evidence indicates it is “highly likely” that an Iranian anti-aircraft missile downed a Ukrainian jetliner near Tehran late Tuesday, U.S., Canadian and British officials said Thursday.