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Colorado Plane Lost Radio Contact Before Crash in Nevada
Air traffic controllers lost contact with a small plane in bad weather before it crashed in eastern Nevada this month, killing a Colorado couple.
Bill Would Create Idaho Committee to Study Federal Laws
Legislation to create a committee to monitor how federal laws and regulations impact Idaho's sovereignty is headed to the House.
Colorado Police Search Landfill for Missing Woman’s Remains
Police are searching a Colorado landfill for the remains of a woman whose fiance is charged with her murder.
Key Idaho Water Legislation Fails in Senate Committee
Legislation that supporters say is critical to preserving a historic water agreement failed in a Senate committee on Monday.
House Approves Idaho Medal of Honor Highway
Legislation to designate a roadway that crosses southern Idaho as the Idaho Medal of Honor Highway has passed the House.
Former Idaho Gov. Butch Otter Joins Cobalt Mining Company
Roughly seven weeks after leaving office, former Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has joined the board of a Canadian mining company that is expanding into Idaho.
House Rejects Plan to Take Idaho Off Daylight Saving Time
Idahoans will continue springing ahead and falling back.
House OKs Legislation to Increase Testing of Rape Evidence
Legislation intended to increase testing of sexual assault and rape evidence kits and get DNA results into a national database has cleared the House.
Idaho Woman to Serve Up to 16 Years for Child ‘Torture’
An Idaho woman received a 16-year prison sentence on Thursday for what one prosecutor called the "worst abuse" she has seen in her 11 years on the job.
Electric Vehicle Drivers Could Soon Travel Farther in Idaho
A state official says electric vehicle drivers in Idaho must still stick close to their home cities, but that could change in the next two to three years.
Boise State Eyes 2020 Return for Baseball, Still Needs Home
Boise State University is about a year away from having its first baseball team in years, but the Broncos still don't have a place to play.
Idaho’s Individual Income Tax Revenues Lower Than Expected
Idaho's tax revenues continued to lag behind forecasts last month, coming in nearly 22 percent lower than expected.