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Yellowstone Fee Proposal Wins Initial Vote in Wyoming House
The Wyoming House of Representatives has agreed to vet a proposal that advocates for imposing a fee at Yellowstone National Park to help pay for wildlife conservation efforts in the states surrounding the park.
Idaho Lawmakers Spike Call to Amend U.S. Constitution
An Idaho House panel has spiked a proposal calling for a constitutional amendment to limit federal government power.
Idaho House Passes $200M Tax Cut Plan After Exchanging Fireworks
Idaho House lawmakers spent several hours exchanging insults, accusations and heated remarks before ultimately advancing a sweeping $200 million tax cut plan
Plan to Close Idaho Health Coverage Gap Advances to House
A proposal to reduce Idaho's health coverage gap is headed to the House floor for debate. House Health and Welfare Committee members spent several hours Wednesday hearing public testimony before voting 7-5 to advance the proposal.
$200M Tax Cut Plan Headed to Idaho House Floor
One of the largest tax reduction bills ever proposed in Idaho's history is headed to the House floor for debate. The $200 million tax cut plan is designed to offset the Republican tax overhaul that President Donald Trump signed into law in December.
Retired Priest Accused of Sexual Exploitation of a Child
A retired priest for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Boise has been accused of sexual exploitation of a child.
Idaho Lawmakers Continue to Balk at New Science Standards
New K-12 science standards are receiving push back from Idaho lawmakers for the third year in a row, despite efforts to downplay the negative impacts of human activity on climate change to appease Republican members.
New Bill Would Place Restrictions on Idaho Bonds, Levies
An Idaho House panel has introduced legislation that would require cities, counties and other taxing districts to wait one year before a failed bond or levy could be placed back on the election ballot.
Driver Accused of Swerving to Kill Idaho Newlyweds is Charged
A driver accused of intentionally striking and killing young newlyweds holding hands on an Idaho sidewalk has been charged with murder.
Survey Shows Yellowstone Elk Herd at Highest Level Since ’05
Government biologists say elk numbers in the northern part of Yellowstone National Park are at their highest level in more than a decade.
Groups Appeal Court Ruling on Idaho Wolf-killing Lawsuit
Environmental groups are appealing a federal court ruling that a federal agency doesn't need to do a new environmental study before being allowed to kill more wolves in Idaho.
University of Idaho Seeks Funding for Dairy Research Center
Fundraising in the next few months will be vital to constructing a world class dairy-centric research and teaching facility in southern Idaho.