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HELENA — Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte on Tuesday issued an executive order banning the development or use of vaccine passports in Montana.
Idaho health officials hope to have 80% of residents fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by early fall.
On Tuesday, April 13, the 911 Dispatcher Layton Powell received a call reporting a female with difficulty breathing. During the course of the call, it was determined the female was unconscious and agonal breathing. At that time, Powell began instructing the caller in performing CPR. Powell w…
Idaho State Police said southbound lanes of Interstate 15 near Inkom were blocked for a couple of hours Tuesday night after a truck hauling a trailer loaded with pipes lost control and crashed.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Two bills that cleared the Idaho House with overwhelming Republican support to significantly defund Republican Attorney General Lawrence Wasden’s office for not being sufficiently partisan have died in the Senate.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Authorities in Idaho are asking for help finding three missing children, including two who were last seen months ago.
BOISE — The Legislature’s joint budget committee decided Tuesday that Idaho should spend $1.7 million to continue a stepped-up Idaho State Police presence at the state Capitol and the Idaho Supreme Court through the rest of this fiscal year and the next.
NEW YORK — Bernard Madoff, the infamous architect of an epic securities swindle that burned thousands of investors, outfoxed regulators and earned him a 150-year prison term, died in a federal prison early Wednesday. He was 82.
For Idahoans, keeping up with the case of Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell has often felt they are like watching a bizarre television drama play out. Now, in a nod to the idea that truth is stranger than fiction, a made-for-TV movie inspired by the tragic story will hit the small screen this summer.
- Epic drought means water crisis on Oregon-California border
- Judge strikes down initial approval for stalled Montana mine
- Authorities say 3 kids missing from one home may be runaways
- Conservatives propose revised sex ed rules in LGBTQ pushback
- Bill would require Legislature's OK to spend COVID-19 funds
- Idaho House approves prohibition on mask mandates
- New Data Unearth Inequalities in Youth Employment Exacerbated by the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Shortfin Mako Shark Clears Hurdle Toward U.S. Endangered Species List
- Influencers, businesswomen connect over intersection of work, motherhood, philanthropy and wellness for St. Jude Mom Boss Summit
- American Fintech Council Grows to More Than 75 Members, Announces New Leadership Initiatives
- American’s Top Reason for Accessing Driving Records Is to Check A Partner’s Record
- Appalachian Gap Distillery Becomes Country’s First Climate Neutral Certified Distillery
Kenneth Jones pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter of Stephanie Eldredge and was sentenced nine years fixed and six years indeterminate, zero plus five years for destruction of evidence, and one year for obstruction to jail.