10 min ago | KHQ-TV Spokane
Bonneville County officials say a 20-year- man was arrested after deputies say he took a swing at an officer who helped rescue him from the Snake River in Idaho Falls.
10 min ago | KHQ-TV Spokane
Officials with the Bonneville County sheriff's department say a 21-month-old southeastern Idaho girl has died after she was left in a vehicle.
2 hrs ago | Gazette.net
I'm not a conspiracy guy. I need proof, not speculation, if you want me to believe in UFOs, that Lyndon Johnson killed JFK or that a secret cabal of Freemasons runs the world.
6 hrs ago | Boise Weekly
Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter pointed to Idaho's prison population growth as one of the fastest growing in the nation as the foundation for creation today of something called "Justice Reinvestment," which Otter called a "comprehensive, data-driven approach to developing and implementing new policies to control spending and improve public safety."
Fire season is starting in Southern Idaho and firefighters are not the only ones getting ready to battle the blazes.
In any other state, North Idaho Republican politico Cornel Rasor would need some fancy footwork to dance out from under a remark he made to Spokesman-Review reporter Betsy Z. Russell.
An Uzbek refugee accused of terrorism-related crimes in Idaho and Utah has a new lawyer whose resume includes successfully defending a man accused of murdering a federal agent and helping free a Saudi college student charged with working for a group funneling money to terrorists.
Asked about the Idaho GOP Central Committee's new resolution calling on the Legislature to overturn local anti-discrimination ordinances, like those six Idaho cities have passed to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation, Gov. Butch Otter said today that the resolution runs counter to his views on local control.
Democrats like John Evans and Cecil Andrus, and Republicans like Phil Batt and C.A. Robins come immediately to mind.
An environmental group is suing federal water and wildlife agencies, contending that the agencies have long delayed taking the steps needed to protect Idaho's water quality.
Here's a news item from the Associated Press: MCCALL, Idaho - Republican Party leaders are urging the Idaho Legislature to put a stop to local communities' efforts to provide discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.
Two conservation groups are offering a $6,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction in the case of a grizzly bear killed near the Idaho/Montana border last fall.
While families are celebrating fathers across the country today, local southeastern Idahoans are taking to some popular activities to celebrate their special day.
To most non-lawyers, the Idaho-originated Supreme Court case of Reed v. Reed is a little obscure now, not one of those few like Roe v.
McCall has never been known for keeping people indoors, but a few hundred Republican Party faithful are spending their weekend inside the McCall-Donnelly High School debating nearly three doze resolutions at their annual summer confab.
Meanwhile, the traffic signal at the intersection of Highway 44 and West State Street will not be operating while crews rework the intersection.