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Idaho Republican Joins Transgender Sports Lawsuit Fight
Idaho Republican Party Chairman Raul Labrador has signed on to represent two college track athletes who want a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging a new state law banning transgender women from competing in women’s sports.
Idaho Woman Apologizes to Arresting Police Officer
An anti-vaccine activist who was arrested in Idaho after she repeatedly refused orders by police to leave a playground that had been closed because of the coronavirus pandemic has apologized to the police officer.
Three Killed in Plane Crash in Northeastern Nevada
Authorities have identified three people from Arizona killed in a plane crash in a remote area of northeastern Nevada.
Nearly 33,000 Idahoans Filed for Unemployment in a Week
Nearly 33,000 Idaho residents filed for unemployment benefits last week as the Idaho economy continues shedding jobs at a record rate because of the coronavirus, state officials said Thursday.
Feds Move Tax Day to July
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the Trump administration has decided to push the income tax filing date to July 15 from April 15.
Bill to Improve Rape Kit Testing in Idaho Signed Into Law
Republican Idaho Gov. Brad Little has signed into law legislation requiring sexual assault and rape kits to be tested with limited exceptions.
Senate Committee OKs Bill Involving Medicaid Expansion
The Senate Health and Welfare Committee on Thursday voted 5-4 to send to the Senate the legislation with a "do pass" recommendation.
Starting teacher pay raised to $40,000 in Idaho
Starting teacher pay will increase to $40,000 annually in a move Idaho lawmakers hope will attract and keep more teachers in the state.
1 dead, 1 injured after explosion at Idaho house
Authorities say an explosion destroyed a house in central Idaho, leaving a man dead and a teenage girl injured.
Bill to Legalize Hemp Passes Idaho House
A bill that would legalize hemp by aligning Idaho state law with the federal Farm Bill has passed the House.
Panel Delays Vote on Medicaid Work Requirements
A panel of Idaho lawmakers delayed voting on a bill Friday that would add work requirements to the voter-approved Medicaid expansion initiative.
Man Convicted in Burglary, Rape Gets 35 Years in Prison
An Idaho man has been sentenced to up to 35 years in prison for raping a woman after breaking into her Nampa home.