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71-year-old Hiker Recovering After Being Struck by Boulders
A 71-year-old Boise man is recovering after two boulders fell on him while he was hiking in the Sawtooth Mountains in central Idaho.
Trump-Clinton Cutout at Western Idaho Fair Garners Criticism
An Idaho Republican group is taking criticism after displaying a cardboard cutout depicting President Donald Trump holding Hillary Clinton in a headlock at the Western Idaho Fair.
Bear Attack Injures 10-year-old Boy in Yellowstone Park
Yellowstone National Park officials say a bear attacked a 10-year-old boy as he was hiking along a trail with his family.
Judge to Hear Arguments Soon in Idaho Sperm Donor Lawsuit
A federal judge will hear arguments later this month in a lawsuit brought by a woman against the fertility doctor who she says fraudulently used his own sperm to artificially inseminate her mother.
Cohen Pleads Guilty, Implicates Trump in Hush-money Scheme
Michael Cohen's account appears to implicate Trump himself in a crime, though whether — or when — a president can be prosecuted remains a matter of legal dispute.
Idaho Gets $3.2M in Grant Money for Election Security
Idaho is receiving $3.2 million from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to secure and modernize its elections systems.
Boise Man Facing Charges After Girl Rescued from Hot Vehicle
Authorities in southwestern Idaho say a 34-year-old Boise man is facing a felony charge after leaving a 3-year-old girl in a locked vehicle on a hot day.
State Board Fires University of Idaho Athletic Director
The Idaho State Board of Education on Thursday fired University of Idaho Athletic Director Rob Spear after an investigation into how his department handled sexual assault and harassment complaints.
Gov. Otter Appoints Grow to Fill Vacant Idaho Senate Seat
Idaho Gov. Butch Otter announced that Eagle resident and small business owner C. Scott Grow has been appointed to fill the term of former District 14 State Sen. Marv Hagedorn.
State Agency Has Made No Decision on Killing Wolves
The state of Washington has not made a decision on whether it will kill members of a wolf pack that have been preying on cattle.
Idaho Couple’s Birthday Cave Adventure Turned Into Rescue
After almost two days underground and no apparent way out, Spencer Christiansen resigned himself to the fact that he and his wife, Jessica, might die in the Darby Canyon Ice Cave.
2 Men in Critical Condition After Tanker Truck Explosion
Two men suffered severe burns and are in critical condition after an explosion destroyed a fuel tanker truck north of Chubbuck.