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IDAHO FALLS — During a visit to Idaho on Thursday, Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House’s Global Health Ambassador, met with Gov. Brad Little, Idaho State University President Kevin Satterlee and state and regional leaders to discuss ways to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Idaho.

BOZEMAN. Mont. — A teenage boy was sentenced Thursday to the Montana Department of Corrections after admitting he took part in killing his 12-year-old nephew earlier this year at their home near West Yellowstone.

Nathan Apodaca, also known as Doggface, has spent the last week in Las Vegas and Los Angeles rubbing elbows with celebrities, getting showered in gifts and picking up major advertising deals. Apodaca has been documenting his journey on social media.

Facebook has suspended a local lawmaker’s page, leading him to question whether it may have been motivated by politics, in particular some of his COVID-19 posts.

Trump administration officials on Thursday stripped Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in most of the U.S., ending longstanding federal safeguards and putting states and tribes in charge of overseeing the predators.

POCATELLO — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Pocatello Institute is getting a facelift.

A Ririe man has been charged with aggravated battery after he reportedly shot another man.

BOISE — Idaho state legislators would see their annual pay rise 1.5% from the current $18,415 a year to $18,691 next year, under a plan approved by a citizen panel on Tuesday, and they’d get another small boost to $18,875 the following year.

The Trump administration is violating the Endangered Species Act by expanding hunting and fishing by 3,600 square miles on the national wildlife refuge system and national fish hatchery system, an environmental group says.

LongHorn Steakhouse officially opened its doors at 3 p.m. Tuesday at 245 Houston Circle. Prior to its opening, people sat in the parking lot that afternoon eagerly waiting to get in.

For Glen Avery of Soda Springs, writing is an escape. But it has also become an outlet for his poetry to be converted into musical form thanks to his partnership with acclaimed Nashville guitarist, Ned Evett, who was the 2003 winner of the North American Guitar Competition and has toured int…

Gov. Brad Little’s decision Monday to move Idaho back to a stricter stage of COVID-19 protections provoked a mix of reactions from other political leaders, with one Democratic senator saying he hadn’t done enough while some Republicans criticized Little from the right, accusing him of overre…

LAVA HOT SPRINGS — A controlled burn in the backyard of a home in Lava Hot Springs got out of control on Wednesday and required firefighters to extinguish the flames, according to the Bannock County Sheriff’s Office.

While much of the world was focused on the great toilet paper famine that hit back in March, another hot commodity was flying off the shelves: guns and bullets.

A Utah man who was found digging in a historic cemetery in Yellowstone National Park to reportedly look for Forest Fenn’s treasure pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of defacing archeological resources and United States property.

It's only been a few years since U.S. sugar beet farmers faced a potential financial crisis due to negative public perceptions about food products derived from biotechnology. 

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Trump administration officials on Thursday stripped Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in most of the U.S., ending longstanding federal safeguards and putting states and tribes in charge of overseeing the predators.