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  1. Drone a disturbance during Lake Coeur d'Alene rescue - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Spokesman-Review

    ... said Bury, the FAA's assistant chief counsel for regulations. "We simply don't have the manpower." In 2013, the Idaho Legislature passed a law banning the use of unmanned drones to conduct surveillance or record or photograph "specifically targeted" ...

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  2. Can college solve murder mystery in Idaho caves?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS News

    Authorities have recruited Idaho State University staff and graduate students to help search some large caves for a missing human head in a mysterious cold-case killing. Clark County Sheriff Bart May said he asked the school's anthropology department to lend its expertise and equipment to the case that dates back to 1979 with the discovery of a male torso in the state's Civil Defense Caves -- naturally formed underground tubes, which, during the Cold War, were considered potential bomb shelters.

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  3. 2 moms fought for the right to breast-feed in public in VirginiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 2 | WTOP-FM Washington

    ... attempting to update the law on breast-feeding in Virginia. It is one of three states - along with South Dakota and Idaho - where women lack the right to breast-feed in public. Geller's and Noon's paths eventually converged, and they led to success: ...

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  4. A mother's plea for Cannabidiol may soon be answeredRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | KBCI CBS 2

    ... the drug. "I first, started meeting with legislators in October of 2013 and most people thought it was not feasible in Idaho." Clare said. The Carey family now has hope that Alexis will be able to get the treatment she needs. Eleven other states, ...

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  5. Extinguishing mediocrityRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Post Register

    ... favorites to win this year's 5A tournament. The seeds for success were planted in 2010, thousands of miles away from Idaho Falls. Months before Wadsworth expressed his disdain for mediocrity to Gardner, he coached for the Idaho national schoolboy ...

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  6. Idaho Trails: Getting silly with wintertime funRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Post Register

    ... would have been the same if the ground was snow-covered. My part of the show was over at noon. As I drove home to Idaho Falls, I saw a cyclist riding down the highway. It planted a seed in my impressionable mind that quickly grew. I should have ...

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  7. Guest column: A matter of peoples' rightsRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Post Register

    The public has received qualified legal opinions from Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden and others that the legal answer to this question is the United States Government. I will defer to these authorities on the letter of the law.

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  8. House editorial: Time to find outRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Post Register

    During his State of the State address, Otter challenged areas of the state "where no broad-based community college programs now exist" to add "to their economic development and public enrichment efforts by establishing a community college district of the size and focus that will meet their local needs." Otter's cryptic challenge to the Idaho Falls area - the largest in the state without a community college - was noteworthy.

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  9. Guest column: Preserving what we haveRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Post Register

    The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality website says "Recycling, like garbage collection in Idaho, is an optional service provided at the discretion of local governments or by private recycling companies. Although the state has no mandated waste diversion goal, pollution prevention and recycling are supported and encouraged through public education and outreach activities conducted by DEQ."

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  10. Looking for healing: Giving up sagebrush's secretsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Post Register

    She's searching for chemical compounds that will boost the effectiveness of medicines like those used to attack cancer cells in chemotherapy. She hopes to find them among the millions of sagebrush plants dotting the desert of southern Idaho.

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  11. How do school districts use lottery money?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KBCI CBS 2

    ... year. Some assume that means new school construction, but districts say that's not the case. For fiscal year 2014 the Idaho Lottery contributed $49 million to the state. $18,375,000 went to education with the same amount going to the permanent ...

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  12. Wednesday's Child waiting for adoptive familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Local NEWS 8

    ... his goals. Aaron would like to keep in contact with his younger brother and some other key people who live in Eastern Idaho, and is open to moving out of the state if the right family came along. He does have grandparents in Wisconsin, with whom he ...

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  13. Authorities recruit Idaho college for help finding human headRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Oregonian

    Authorities have recruited Idaho State University staff and graduate students to help search some large caves for a missing human head in a mysterious cold-case killing. Clark County Sheriff Bart May said he asked the school's anthropology department to lend its expertise and equipment to the case that started in 1979 with the discovery of a male torso in the Civil Defense Caves.

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  14. Impact On Internet Funding On Rural SchoolsRead the original story

    Yesterday | KMVT Twin Falls

    Oakley, Idaho Rural schools would have been hit hard if the Idaho Education Network did not continue through the end of the school year. The Burley school district reviewing five bids from outside internet services providers, however it makes more sense for them to stick with IEN until the end of this school year.

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  15. Oakley Ag Students Receive Real World TrainingRead the original story

    Yesterday | KMVT Twin Falls

    Oakley, Idaho Ag students at Oakley High School are learning skills they'll be able to use in the real world. Ag teacher Troy Bird is a first year teacher in Oakley and is perfecting the project based learning environment.

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  16. ACHD and Boise come together on parking sensorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KBCI CBS 2

    Update: ACHD commissioners voted 3-2 Wednesday night to approve of the new agreement with the city of Boise BOISE. Idaho - There may be a change in direction for ACHD and the city, after Boise officials asked ACHD to reconsider their new smart meters in downtown Boise.

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  17. U.S. lawmaker asks if swallowed camera can be used for female examRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | GlobalNews

    An Idaho lawmaker received a brief lesson on female anatomy after asking if a woman can swallow a small camera for doctors to conduct a remote gynecological exam. The question Monday from Republican state Rep. Vito Barbieri came as the House State Affairs Committee heard nearly three hours of testimony on a bill that would ban doctors from prescribing abortion-inducing medication through telemedicine.

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  18. Longtime AP reporter Quane Kenyon diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salt Lake Tribune

    Boise a Quane Kenyon, a retired Associated Press newsman who covered Idaho politics for 25 years and once worked at The Salt Lake Tribune, died of a heart attack at a Boise hospital on Tuesday. He was 76. A graduate of Idaho State University, Kenyon began his AP career as a copy boy in the Salt Lake City bureau in 1958.

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  19. Trujillo's CAT fund bill stallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Post Register

    ... when the Senate Health and Welfare Committee voted 5-3 to block the bill from heading to the full Senate. Trujillo, an Idaho Falls Republican, backed a similar bill last year, which successfully passed the House 55-11. But the same Senate committee ...

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  20. Parking disputeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Post Register

    The Lemhi County sheriff, U.S. Forest Service and Idaho Fish and Game have crafted measures they hope will discourage steelhead enthusiasts from parking their campers and RVs on a narrow road that hugs prime fishing spots along the North Fork Salmon. Plans are underway to help educate the thousands of anglers who seasonally descend on Salmon River Road - about 20 miles north of town - that camping on the roadway is a safety hazard, as well as traffic violation that could result in a misdemeanor citation, Sheriff Lynn Bowerman said.

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