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Otter Rips State Education Board, Lawmaker Over Contract
The Idaho Legislature allocated $1 million in 2017 for a teacher evaluation program. Otter had requested $2.5 million.
1 Dead, 1 Severely Injured in Idaho Tree-trimming Accident
Authorities say one man was killed and another was injured during a tree trimming accident on Tuesday.
Idaho Transportation Workers Find 2 Explosives Under Bridge
It wasn't immediately clear how the explosives got there or how long they had been there.
Idaho Man Gets Life in Prison for Child Pornography
A southwestern Idaho man who had more than 30,000 child pornography files and used his wife's daughter to produce child pornography has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Ex-head of Highway Districts Association Charged with Theft
Court records show the former executive director of the Idaho Association of Highway Districts has been charged with embezzling funds from the organization between 2013 and 2016.
Camp Rainbow Gold Plans to Buy Idaho Resort Property
Camp Rainbow Gold, an organization that offers camps and other support services for kids with cancer, has announced an agreement to buy a south-central Idaho resort property for $1.3 million.
Graves at Tiny Idaho Cemetery Remain a Mystery
A wind-swept parcel of ground on the edge of the tiny town of Minidoka once cradled the remains of at least 40 people.
Idaho Man Dies in Hunting Accident
Authorities say a north-central Idaho man died while hunting Sunday morning after accidentally shooting himself.
Colorado Man Pleads Guilty to Trespassing at Old Faithful
Tourists captured videos of the man standing within a few feet of Old Faithful on Sept. 14.
Commission Votes to End Lawmakers’ Special Pension Perk
An Idaho citizens commission voted to close a loophole through which longtime state lawmakers who work briefly in high-paying state jobs at the end of their careers get full lifetime pensions as if they'd been full-time state employees all along.
Eastern Idaho man Arrested After Trucker Beaten
Tribal authorities in eastern Idaho say they've arrested a man in connection with the beating of a trucker from Missouri at a truck stop.
Idaho Voters Will Select New Governor, Decide on Medicaid
Idaho voters will elect a new governor, decide who will be their U.S. representatives and make decisions on a pair of initiatives about expanding Medicaid and gambling.