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GOP-led House Passes NRA-backed Gun Bill
The House has approved a Republican bill making it easier for gun owners to legally carry concealed weapons across state lines
North Idaho Man Shot by Buddy Who Mistook Him for Elk
Authorities say a 60-year-old northern Idaho man is recovering after being shot in the buttocks with a .50-caliber muzzleloader rifle by his hunting partner who mistook him for an elk
Idaho Governor Candidates Share Similar Views on Wildlife
Three top gubernatorial candidates with widely different backgrounds share similar views on managing Idaho's wildlife conservation and access to public lands.
New Land-use Rules Clear Path for Bruce Willis’ Airport
Central Idaho officials have changed land-use rules, clearing the way for actor Bruce Willis to finishing building a private airport.
Stolen Vehicle In East Idaho Found with Two Children Safe Inside
Authorities in eastern Idaho say they're looking for whoever stole an SUV containing two small children but abandoned the vehicle about four miles away at an intersection with the turn signal on and the children safe inside.
Officials Plan to Cull at Least 600 Yellowstone Bison
Bison managers expect between 600 and 900 of the animals at Yellowstone National Park will be culled this winter by hunting or slaughter.
Idaho Immigrant Takes Plea in Nevada Killing-Decapitation
A former Idaho ranch hand who is not a United States citizen faces up to life in state prison without parole, and deportation, after pleading no contest to killing and decapitating a northeast Nevada woman in 2016.
Idaho Panel Says Candidates Should Disclose Assets
A group of Idaho lawmakers working to tighten the state's campaign finance laws says political candidates should no longer be exempt from disclosing their financial assets.
Federal Court Blocks Sheep Grazing in Eastern Idaho
A federal court has blocked thousands of domestic sheep from being released to graze in eastern Idaho where environmental groups say they jeopardize a small herd of bighorn sheep with deadly viruses.
Idaho Agriculture Exports Up 12 Percent So Far This Year
State officials say Idaho's agriculture exports so far this year have increased 12 percent over last year.
Human Bones Found at Magic Valley Construction Site
Authorities in south-central Idaho are investigating after construction workers found human bones.
Man Pleads Guilty in Road-rage Incident in Southern Idaho
A Utah man accused of causing an Oregon couple's vehicle to roll three times in a road-rage incident in southern Idaho has pleaded guilty.