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Utah Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Turn Golden Spike Into National Park
Utah Republican Rep. Rob Bishop wants to turn northern Utah's Golden Spike National Historic Site into a national park.
House Approves Bill to Revive Nevada Nuclear Waste Dump
The House on Thursday approved an election-year bill to revive the mothballed nuclear waste dump at Nevada's Yucca Mountain despite opposition from home-state lawmakers
Yellowstone Bison Population Expected to be Around 4,200
Yellowstone National Park's booming bison population is expected to reach a level that park officials would like to maintain despite being much higher than the official population goal.
Big Donations Disclosed in Lead Up to Idaho Primary
The latest campaign finance disclosure reports show statewide candidates and political action committees have attracted millions of dollars of support for the much anticipated May 15 primary election.
Horse Racing Park Spent $1.3M on Ballot Initiative
A company that operated a now-closed horse racing track in Boise spent more than $1.3 million in an effort to get so-called "historical horse racing" on the November ballot.
Mormons Severing All Ties with Boy Scouts, Ending Long Bond
The Mormon church said Tuesday it will sever all ties with the Boy Scouts of America at the end of next year and place its remaining 425,000 boys into a gospel-focused youth program it is developing.
Trump Announces U.S. Withdrawal from Iran Deal
President Donald Trump says "great things" can happen for the Iranian people following his announcement that the U.S. was withdrawing from a global nuclear agreement.
Support for Gay Marriage Grows Among Young Mormons
The survey found that 40 percent of Mormons in the United States supported gay marriage in 2017, up from 27 percent in 2014.
2 GOP Idaho Candidates to Stay on Ballot
Two former Idaho lawmakers previously kicked off the May 15 ballot over residency concerns have been given second chances to run for legislative seats.
500-year-old Skeletons Headed for Native American Tribes
Two 500-year-old skeletons discovered in Idaho's high desert plains will be turned over to Native American tribes.
Idaho School Can’t Find Small Bit of Weapons-grade Plutonium
Idaho State University says it can't find a small amount of radioactive, weapons-grade plutonium about the size of a U.S. quarter, and federal officials are proposing an $8,500 fine.
New Beef Plant Gives Magic Valley Dairies Options
A beef plant opened in southern Idaho earlier this year, giving the area's dairy producers a local option to send cows nearing end of life