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Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo is defending his former campaign manager who lost $250,000 in campaign funds in a risky investment, while also calling the incident "discouraging" and "deeply distressing." Crapo's then-campaign manager, Jake Ball, loaned $250,000 in campaign funds in 2008 to a longtime friend's now-defunct investment company, Blueberry Guru ... (more)
At 4:30 this morning, Boise Police were called to a scene where a driver had passed out at the wheel of a running car, his head on the horn and the horn blaring non-stop; citizens called the cops.
The Idahoans who called into U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo's town hall teleconference Wednesday night, May 22, virtually all expressed concerns about the federal government's increasingly intrusive actions that they fear are eroding their constitutional rights.
There are 253 bridges throughout the state of Idaho that are classified as either obsolete or structurally deficient.
In this May 28, 2010 file photo, the rush hour commute starts in early afternoon and with greater intensity as traffic is jammed in both directions on Interstate 405 on the Westside of Los Angeles as commuters and Memorial Day vacationers hit the road.
Gov. Butch Otter and Idaho Health Insurance Exchange Board Chairman Stephen Weeg are defending Idaho's work toward a state-based insurance exchange, after a Wall Street Journal article today pointed to decisions by Idaho and New Mexico to make use the federal government's computer platform for the exchange's initial launch as a sign that the two ... (more)
If your holiday plans include traveling on Idaho 55, the Idaho Transportation Department asks you to avoid the heaviest traffic by traveling outside peak travel times or use alternate routes.
Idahoans are expected to receive up to $485,000 in additional restitution as a result of two settlement agreements, according to Attorney General Lawrence Wasden.
Police in Boise say a woman who was struck by a pickup truck in a mall parking lot last week was likely targeted because she had stopped the driver from sexually assaulting another woman.
Fresh population data show Idaho's growth in 2012 once again was concentrated in the cities, especially in the southwest corner communities of Star, Meridian and Eagle.
A southwestern Idaho man charged with two counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon following a shooting that killed a man and injured a woman failed to show up at a plea hearing.
The dairy industry has a few new tools to become more sustainable. The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy recently announced that the draft of the "Stewardship and Sustainability Guide for U.S. Dairy" is available for review for a 60-day open stakeholder consultation period.
Every two hours a child in Idaho is abused. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare tells KTVB in 2012, they received nearly 8,000 calls of abuse or neglect.
Officials in the southeast Idaho town of Roberts have removed three lighted crosses from the water tower following a complaint by a resident.
A cheat. Among the "biggest tax avoiders" in America. A company using "gimmicks" and "the Holy Grail of tax avoidance" in order to deprive the U.S. taxpayers of billions in revenue.
Police in Boise have arrested a 49-year-old woman after officers say she refused several requests to return a lost dog to its owner.