- State: Tribe should not be granted extension to collect fees Updated: Oct-09-15 5:08 pm
BOISE, Idaho - The Idaho Attorney General's office says the Idaho Supreme Court has made it loud and clear that all deadlines matter.
- Idaho nuclear lab director eyes new generation of scientists Updated: Oct-08-15 4:51 pm
BOISE, Idaho - Idaho's federal nuclear facility can become the nation's premier energy security lab while also bolstering the region's economy, the new director says.
- Idaho AG: Boise County employee stole nearly $47K Updated: Oct-07-15 10:21 am
BOISE, Idaho - A former employee of the Boise County Clerk's office has been charged with embezzlement after an audit discovered thousands of dollars missing.
- Opponents ask court to relax Wisconsin voter ID requirements Updated: Oct-05-15 3:37 pm
MILWAUKEE - Opponents of Wisconsin's voter identification law argued in federal court Monday that the legislation is improperly restrictive and should be expanded to allow people to use more forms of ID.
- N. Idaho lawmaker navigates Kootenai County politics Updated: Oct-05-15 11:51 am
BOISE, Idaho - Luke Malek is a young lawyer, a North Idaho resident since the second grade with deep ties in the community, and the son of two local physicians. A Republican, he worked for former Sen. Larry Craig and Sen. Mike Crapo, and was recruited by former Gov. Jim Risch to be the state's first governor's representative to North Idaho. He comes from a religious family; his brothers are Matthew, Marc and John.
- Correction: Natural Gas-Idaho story Updated: Sep-30-15 12:31 pm
BOISE, Idaho - In a story Sept. 18 about natural gas production records being made public in Idaho, The Associated Press reported erroneously how far back the production records extend for a southwest Idaho well. The records go back to January 2013, not February 2013.
- Group sues over Idaho's participation in Common Core Updated: Sep-29-15 7:14 pm
BOISE, Idaho - Ten Idaho residents led by the chairman of a conservative free-market think tank are suing the state over Common Core education standards.
- Ex-governor of Idaho sues feds seeking info on nuke proposal Updated: Sep-29-15 5:51 pm
BOISE, Idaho - A former Idaho governor has filed a federal lawsuit seeking to force the U.S. Department of Energy to release information about proposed shipments of spent commercial nuclear fuel to an Idaho facility.
- Idaho high court revives Fish and Game chopper crash lawsuit Updated: Sep-29-15 3:51 pm
BOISE, Idaho - The Idaho Supreme Court has revived a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the Idaho Department of Fish and Game after a helicopter crash that killed the pilot and two agency biologists.
- Idaho governor sues feds over sage grouse restrictions Updated: Sep-25-15 6:16 pm
BOISE, Idaho - Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter says he's suing the federal government for failing to provide a transparent process in setting new public land-use restrictions designed to protect sage grouse habitat.
- Idaho lawmakers review urban renewal practices Updated: Sep-21-15 5:59 pm
BOISE, Idaho - Idaho lawmakers are working to come up with a plan to overhaul the state's 50-year-old urban renewal laws, which have helped lure major companies to Idaho, but still face criticism for lax oversight.
- Arrest made in fatal crash that killed Spokane man, 2 kids Updated: Sep-19-15 5:01 pm
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - The Idaho State Police say they have arrested an Idaho driver who caused a fatal head-on crash while traveling in the wrong lane, killing a Washington man and his two young daughters.
- Report shows Idaho boards, commissions lack women Updated: Sep-18-15 3:00 pm
BOISE, Idaho - A new study shows that Idaho's state-appointed boards and commissions are mostly made up of men, and the 30 percent of women appointees disproportionately serve in roles traditionally classified as "feminine," such as those related to children and families.