Earlier this month a mule deer buck discovered first hand that hammocks aren’t always as relaxing as they are claimed to be.
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POCATELLO — Gov. Brad Little believes a Border Patrol map he saw depicting the flow of Mexican drugs into the U.S. illustrated why it was necessary for a state abutting Canada to take action at the southern border.
A 41-year-old Washington man who was killed Wednesday afternoon near McCammon as a result of an officer-involved shooting was wanted for attempted murder, police said.
A Pocatello resident has started a business called Heavenly Helper to aid elderly people in their homes.
POCATELLO — Idaho State University employees raised more than $28,500 for student scholarships Oct. 9 at the inaugural Kevin’s Run For Funds.
BOISE — After 18 public hearings all around the state, hours of testimony, and painstaking work on possible new legislative and congressional district lines, Idaho’s citizen redistricting commission now plans to return in two weeks to continue its task.
AMMON — Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin is defending her initial refusal to release public records from her Task Force to Examine Indoctrination in Idaho Education. She said her refusal was an attempt to keep media members from exposing the identity and personal information of those who submitted …
Idaho National Laboratory is partnering with the country’s largest commercial nuclear energy facility to combat climate change and bring the nation closer to a carbon-free future.
A preliminary hearing in a child injury case has been delayed as the defendant hires a new attorney.
Earlier this year if you asked Idaho Fish and Game how the trout were doing in Island Park’s Warm River, you might have gotten a shoulder shrug.
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Idaho State’s defense collapsed. The eyes of the Bengals’ front seven were fixated in the Portland State backfield. They saw the handoff to Malik Walker. They saw Walker’s pitch to receiver Beau Kelly. Then they saw Kelly’s pitch back to quarterback Davis Alexander. Read more