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Here's a news item from the Associated Press: BOISE, Idaho - An Uzbek national facing terrorism-related charges in Idaho will remain jailed pending his trial after waiving his right to a detention hearing. Comment?
Here's a news item from the Associated Press: BOISE, Idaho - Federal land managers are imposing a ban on paintball warfare and rock climbing in and around a raptor sanctuary along the Snake River canyon south of Boise. Comment?
A Sun Valley couple who had been using the Twitter handle @SunValley for three years is suing after the Sun Valley Resort and the online service took the handle away, saying it belongs to the resort. Comment?
Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo said earlier that the $250,000 investment loss his campaign suffered in 2008 - and just now disclosed - came at a time when the campaign was between treasurers, so only then-campaign manager Jake Ball authorized the expenditure, in the form of a loan to a longtime friend. Comment?
A Boise man from Uzbekistan has been arrested on terrorism charges; he's been indicted in both Idaho and Utah on federal charges including possessing an unregistered destructive device, providing material support to terrorists, and distributing information relating to weapons of mass destruction. Comment?
Five people from Boise and Meridian have been indicted on federal charges for smuggling, money laundering, and selling "spice," a synthetic marijuana product, and authorities say they were operating across the nation. Comment?
Here's a news item from the Associated Press: BOISE, Idaho - The warden of the privately-run Idaho Correctional Center has quit, one month after his company acknowledged falsifying staffing records for much of 2012. Comment?
Idaho plans to resume paying a $4,500 monthly governor's housing stipend to Gov. Comment?
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. BOISE - Idaho's potato industry is gazing north of the U.S. border to a tiny Canadian apple breeder for a sign of how the public may embrace a genetically modified potato proposed for commercialization by the J.R. Simplot Co. Comment?
The $250,000 bad loan of campaign cash from Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo's campaign went to a Las Vegas company that offered a quick profit in two months, according to documents obtained by the Associated Press. Comment?
Idaho judges are raising concerns that the state Department of Correction is pressing to inappropriately release some offenders on probation to ease a swelling prison population, the Idaho Statesman newspaper reported Sunday in a front-page article by reporter Dan Popkey. Comment?
Here's a news item from the Associated Press: BOISE, Idaho - A conservative Idaho think tank's leader upset at his $155 speeding ticket is calling for the Legislature to hold hearings on the state's laws governing driving too fast. Comment?
Here's the latest on the Crapo campaign's $250,000 loss from a bad loan by former campaign manager Jake Ball: Ball has now resigned from his current position on the staff of 1st District Rep. Comment?
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Here's a news item from the Associated Press: BOISE, Idaho - Idaho's prisons chief says steps have been taken to bolster security at the agency's headquarters in Boise after the fatal shooting in March of Colorado's prisons director. Comment?
A bankruptcy judge has ordered a tax-protesting former Idaho state representative to submit to intense new scrutiny of his finances, something federal lawyers say is necessary to prevent him from hiding assets from creditors including the U.S. government, the AP reports. Comment?
Here's a news item from the Associated Press: BOISE, Idaho - A 22-year-old southwestern Idaho man was among five soldiers killed over the weekend in a roadside bomb blast in Afghanistan. Comment?
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The federal Bureau of Land Management may permanently close a popular climbing site in southeastern Idaho, reports AP reporter Hannah Furfaro, over opposition from local rock climbers who argue the plan is too restrictive and was pushed through without stakeholder input. Comment?
The take from the first "Idaho Gives" day: More than $578,000 in donations to 500-plus Idaho non-profits, with nearly 6,200 people across the state making donations. Comment?