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5 Men File Sex Abuse Lawsuit Against Boy Scouts, Mormon Church
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Five men who say they were sexually abused as kids while in the Boy Scouts of America are suing the organization
Yellowstone Officials Are Addressing Sexual Harassment Report
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — The superintendent of Yellowstone National Park says the park is acting to address a report that found evidence of sexual harassment within the park's maintenance division.
Micron Technology Hires SanDisk Co-Founder to Lead Company
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Micron Technology says it has hired the co-founder of SanDisk to be the company's new chief executive officer and president.
Overhaul of Idaho Oil and Gas Laws Includes New Commission
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A revamped commission overseeing Idaho's natural gas and oil industry and a beefed up state agency to aid that effort emerged from this year's Legislative session along with more extensive reporting requirements for oil companies.
Report: Idaho School Bus Crash Caused by Tired Driver
RICHFIELD, Idaho (AP) — Law enforcement officials say the driver of a school bus that rolled over and injured more than a dozen students was either asleep or fatigued before the crash occurred.
Idaho Lawmaker Per Diem Dustup Raises Questions
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Legislative leaders say there's no easy solution to address questions once again surrounding how much Idaho lawmakers are entitled to receive when offsetting legislative expenses.
Idaho Supreme Court Finds Errors in Grocery Tax Lawsuit
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho Supreme Court has found several errors in a lawsuit filed by 30 lawmakers challenging Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter's veto on a bill that would have repealed the state's sales tax on groceries.
Rain Delays Idaho Potato, Wheat Planting
AMERICAN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — Eastern Idaho farmers are hoping for a hot and dry spell after cold rain delayed much of their spring planting schedules.
Remote Utah School District Offers $80,000 Teaching Salaries
MONTEZUMA CREEK, Utah (AP) — A school district in southeastern Utah is in the middle of a test program to see if offering salaries of up to $80,000 can persuade teachers to stay at an elementary school in the southeastern corner of the state.
Idaho’s Anti-Dairy Spying Lawsuit Attracts Supporters
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A dozen groups representing food safety supporters, free speech advocates and labor unions are helping fight the Idaho law banning secret filming of animal abuse at agricultural facilities.
Idaho Man Has Died on Private Boating Trip on Colorado River
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities at Grand Canyon National Park say an Idaho man has died while on a private boating trip on the Colorado River.
Interstate Road-Rage Incident Injures Oregon Couple Near Burley
BURLEY, Idaho (AP) — A Utah man authorities say caused an Oregon couple's vehicle to roll three times in southern Idaho in a road-rage incident and then tried to get at the injured couple in the vehicle has been taken into custody.