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Officers Released from Hospitals Following N. Idaho Shootout
Both Sandpoint police officers in northern Idaho wounded in a shootout have been released from hospitals.
2 Arrested at Yellowstone Park’s Bison Corral
Yellowstone National Park officials say rangers arrested two people who were trying to chain themselves to a corral where wild bison are held.
Police: Woman Tries to Open Door During Flight to Boise
A woman was taken into custody following an attempt to open an aircraft door during a flight from San Francisco to Boise, Idaho, authorities said.
Idaho Resort Town Shootout Kills Suspect, Wounds 2 Officers
A suspect died and two police officers were wounded in a shootout early Monday in the lakeside Idaho resort town of Sandpoint, authorities said. The shootout happened at about 3 a.m. after the officers responded to a call from a home and started talking with the person who made the call, Sandpoint P…
Idaho House Spikes Victims’ Rights Amendment
Idaho lawmakers have once again spiked a proposal seeking to expand the rights of crime victims after opponents argued the change could lead to costly unintended consequences.
Senate Panel Kills Bill Allowing Use of Marijuana Derivative
A proposal to legalize oil extracted from cannabis plants is likely dead for the year after a group of lawmakers broke out in turmoil during a last-minute attempt to advance the bill.
Private Scholarship Bill Headed to the Idaho Senate
Idaho's House has narrowly approved a measure that would create a new scholarship program for private schools.
Idaho Officials Respond After Numerous Reports of School Threats
In a story about new school safety technology, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the American Falls School District implemented the software in response to school threats made in recent weeks to districts around the state. The software effort was implemented more than a month ago, and n…
Group Calls for Steelhead Fishing Ban to Protect Idaho Fish
A conservation group has asked fisheries managers to shut down steelhead fishing in the Columbia and Snake river basins to protect a wild run that returns to Idaho's Clearwater River.
Man Who Beheaded Body Sentenced to Life Without Parole
A man who fatally bludgeoned an Elko-area woman, buried her body and then dug it up and decapitated her has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Yellowstone National Park Preparing Roads for Spring
Yellowstone National Park crews are planning to close roads to oversnow travel as they prepare for the spring.
Former S. Idaho Sheriff Facing 2 Felony Charges
The former sheriff of Jerome County in south-central Idaho is facing two felony charges.