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The results from the 2019 Youth Risk Behavior Survey show that high rates of vaping and suicide among Idaho high schoolers have continued in recent years, while many other risks declined since the start of the decade.

BOISE — A Boise police officer formerly charged with raping a woman — a charge prosecutors later dropped — remains on paid leave pending the results of a criminal investigation into allegations made against him.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The virtually certain coming House impeachment of President Donald Trump will underscore how Democrats and Republicans have morphed into fiercely divided camps since lawmakers impeached President Bill Clinton.

BOISE — Idaho’s colleges and universities plan to freeze tuition and fees for all in-state undergraduates during the next school year, officials announced during a Thursday afternoon press conference.

MCCAMMON — The Christmas Light Parade will take place at 7 p.m. Friday, with an after party at the Depot, 802 Front St. in McCammon. Santa will be present to take the Christmas wishes from all.

PRESTON — In the eyes of his friends, Raul Antonio Menjivar Saabedra was looking for a way out of his misery when he allegedly threatened police and was shot in the parking lot of Preston’s Stokes Market on Nov. 19.

BLACKFOOT — Nic Transtrum has faced life-threatening challenges before, and he’s not about to let an accident Wednesday that totaled his Blackhawk BBQ Pit equipment keep him or the business down.

After two articles of impeachment were introduced in the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday against President Donald Trump, charging him with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, the Idaho Press asked Idaho’s congressional delegation for their reactions. Here are their responses:

POCATELLO — Idaho State University plans to comply with Gov. Brad Little’s request that it cut more than $822,000 from its current budget largely by delaying hiring of new personnel, according to a university memorandum.

BOISE — The former chairman of the Idaho Republican Party on Monday left an Ada County courtroom in handcuffs after being sentenced to 14 days in jail and then five years of probation, following a guilty plea earlier this year to first-degree stalking and unlawful entry in two separate incidents.