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The family of a man who was found dead in a Bonneville County jail cell in February has filed a tort claim against the county, putting officials on notice that it will proceed with legal action if no settlement can be reached. Comment?
To date, the cities of Boise, Coeur d'Alene, Ketchum, Moscow, Pocatello and Sandpoint have extended anti-discrimination protections to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals. Comment?
Idaho breweries cleaned up at the 2013 North American Beer Awards , which were handed out May 31 in Idaho Falls by the North American Brewers Association. Comment?
The privately-funded, independent Mountain School in the Blaine County community of Bellevue, which initially had announced plans to close its doors in spring of 2014, is now moving forward with plans to become a public charter school. Comment?
Watch out, Los Betos. There's another bambino-sized breakfast burrito on the block. Comment?
A contractor with the Idaho National Laboratory calls its latest notification to employees an "involuntary separation" but it's more commonly known as layoffs. Comment?
In a bungled effort to sell trucks, an eastern Idaho auto dealer has pulled its radio ad that included a derogatory reference to special needs kids. Comment?
Control towers at Idaho's medium-sized airports-along with other facilities across the nation-won a reprieve Friday when the Federal Aviation Administration decided not to follow through with its threat to shut down operations in the shadow of the U.S. government's sequestration cuts. Comment?
The Idaho State Capitol, with its sandstone blocks and sprawling staircases, is a looker when it comes to buildings. Comment?
The first-ever Idaho Gives campaign ended at midnight Thursday and the numbers were very impressive. Comment?
The inaugural edition of Idaho Gives-a statewide online campaign -launched early this morning, showcasing more than 500 charitable organizations across the nonprofit spectrum: arts, conservation, healthcare, hunger and more than a dozen other categories. Comment?
Each day, nonprofits make contributions to communities and causes. But with shrinking state budgets, the help of charitable organizations and those who give is more important than ever. Comment?
After spending four years, and tens of thousands of dollars to secure a degree from the University of Idaho, this year's graduates at the U of I's satellite campus in Idaho Falls will be rewarded by listening to former U.S. Sen. Comment?
Anyone expecting to see the full contingent of the 31-person Idaho Task Force for Improving Education -currently on a statewide listening tour-would be disappointed. Comment?
The Federal Aviation Administration has given a reprieve-albeit a brief one-to 149 airports, including four in Idaho, in an attempt to keep the airports' control towers open. Comment?
Saying an eastern Idaho caregiver improperly billed the state for more than $400,000, the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare has pulled the plug on Medicaid payments to Chubbuck-based Seasons of Hope . Comment?
The authority that oversees Hailey's Friedman Memorial Airport says it will play hardball with the Federal Aviation Administration, going so far as filing a lawsuit in federal court to seek an injunction to keep its air traffic control tower open. Comment?
An amended version of House Bill 206 -which would earmark a percentage of public schools facility levy funds for public charter schools-passed through the Idaho Senate today on a 20-15 vote. Comment?
Any plans that Idaho lawmakers had for not returning after Easter ended up a basket of rotten eggs late Wednesday, when the Idaho Senate failed to pass a K-12 public education budget. Comment?
The bad blood among some Latah County Republicans boiled over Tuesday night with one GOP committeeman calling another a "son of a bitch" while blood streamed down his face. Comment?