Lawmakers can tap state experts to get grip on Idaho budget

Information is power, and Idaho lawmakers could have more of it this year with a new emphasis on sending non-partisan budget experts to House and Senate committ
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Idaho group blasts acquittal in puppy-fed-to-turtle case

An Idaho animal welfare group is blasting the acquittal of an eastern Idaho teacher accused of feeding a live puppy to a snapping turtle in front of several stu
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Eastern Idaho man pleads guilty in shooting death of wife

A southeastern Idaho man has pleaded guilty to killing his wife
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No damage reported following eastern Idaho earthquake

Authorities in southeastern Idaho say there are no reports of damage following a 3.8-magnitude earthquake
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Trump administration sides with tribes in drilling dispute

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says the Trump administration will appeal a federal court ruling that would allow oil and gas drilling on land considered sac
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Trump administration sides with tribes in drilling dispute

US Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says the Trump administration will appeal a federal court ruling that would allow oil and gas drilling on land considered sacre
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Idaho deputy who was shot on duty is released from hospital

Idaho officials say a sheriff's deputy who was shot while confronting a suspect late last week has been released from the hospital
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Judge restores energy lease on Montana land sacred to tribes

A federal judge has reinstated an oil and gas lease on land in northwestern Montana that's considered sacred to some Native American tribes in the U.S. and Cana
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Here's how Idaho became home to the nation's top nuclear lab

On Idaho's eastern side, between Blackfoot, Arco and Idaho Falls, lies an 890-square-mile tract that has played a big role in shaping the state's economy, cultu
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Firefighting group expresses concern over inmate rape arrest

A nonprofit firefighting group says a rape case against an Idaho prison inmate working at a Utah wildfire base camp raises safety questions for crews vulnerable
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Lawmakers seek answers for why Native American women vanish

Why are Native American women going missing and facing violence at disproportionate rates? Is it racism, lack of resources, mistrust, a confusing jurisdictional
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Man betrayed by tattoo gets 9 years for casino robbery

A man whose distinctive hand tattoo helped betray him as a casino robber has been sentenced to nearly nine years in prison
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