If Donnie Landis had his way, he’d make Idaho a kids’ bull riding playground. “That’s a dream,” he said. The reality is that bull riding doesn’t have as broad appeal as it once did. In his own neck of the woods, Landis is trying to change that.
Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter on Wednesday allowed some of this year's most contentious measures to become law without his signature, allowing lawmakers to officially close out their work for the session without debating whether to override a pending veto.