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Former S. Idaho Sheriff Facing 2 Felony Charges
The former sheriff of Jerome County in south-central Idaho is facing two felony charges.
Groups, US Reach Settlement on Predator-killing Poisons
U.S. officials have agreed to complete a study on how two predator-killing poisons could be affecting federally protected species as part of the settlement of a lawsuit filed by environmental and animal-welfare groups.
Idaho Lawmakers Declare Pornography a Public Health Risk
A group of Idaho lawmakers has signed off on a proposal declaring pornography a public health risk.
$200M Idaho Tax Cut Plan Headed to Governor’s Desk
What is billed as one of the largest tax reduction bills in Idaho's history is expected to be signed by Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter.
Idaho Bill Seeks to Deter Domestic Abusers from Owning Guns
Idaho would become the latest state to prevent convicted domestic abusers from owning guns under a proposal headed to the House floor.
Shooting Threat Leads to Shutdown of Idaho School District
An eastern Idaho school district has canceled classes and shut down all of its schools after police took into custody a 14-year-old boy who authorities say threatened a school shooting.
Bill Would Expand Access to Family Planning Services
Low-income women in Idaho would have access to important health and family planning services under a proposal that cleared a key hurdle Wednesday inside the Statehouse.
Fraud Convict Who Had Son Shoot Him Gets More Prison Time
An Oregon developer serving a 10-year prison term in a mortgage-fraud scheme was sentenced Wednesday to nearly four more years because he ordered his teenage son to shoot him in the legs in a failed effort to collect on a disability insurance policy.
Idaho House OKs Bill Allowing Use of Marijuana Derivative
Idaho's House has advanced a bill allowing residents to use oil extracted from cannabis plants in staunchly anti-marijuana Idaho as long as the product is prescribed by a licensed practitioner.
UI Law Prof Sues Idaho for Execution Records
A University of Idaho law professor is suing the Idaho Department of Correction under the state's Public Records Act for refusing to hand over documents about its use of execution drugs.
Coeur d’Alene Officer Hurt, Suspect Killed in Shootout
Authorities say a police officer was wounded and a suspect died after a shootout in Coeur d'Alene. Police Chief Lee White said at a news conference that preliminary information indicates officers made contact with a person at about 7 p.m. Tuesday
Key Oregon Standoff Figure Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison
A central figure in the armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon has been sentenced to three years and a month in prison, the longest term for anyone convicted in the case.