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Idaho’s ‘Food Truck’ Voting at Micron Sparks Complaint
Ada County election officials say an early voting location near the Micron campus is appropriate despite concerns raised by GOP gubernatorial candidate Tommy Ahlquist's campaign.
Nampa Mother Gets Jail Time for Beating Her Children
An Idaho woman who was accused of beating her children and shaving their heads as punishment for eating ice cream has been sentenced to 90 days in jail.
Mormons Pulls Missionaries from Turkey Over Political Unrest
Political unrest in Turkey has led the Mormon church to pull 29 church members serving missions there and reassign them to other countries.
Lost Oregon Trucker: ‘I Was in So Much Pain. I Was Shaking’
An Oregon trucker who spent days trying to hike out of a forest after taking a wrong turn says he was determined to make it home to his family.
Ybarra Seeking Second Term in School Superintendent Race
Republican Sherri Ybarra is hoping to secure another four-year term as Idaho's schools chief, but she first must succeed against her opponent Jeff Dillon in the upcoming May primary election.
US Agency May Offer $1,000 to People Who Adopt Wild Horses
U.S. land managers are proposing offering $1,000 to anyone willing to adopt wild horses gathered from public lands to alleviate a backlog of mustangs in government corals and shrink what they say are badly overpopulated herds across the West.
‘Cry Closet’ Helps University of Utah Students De-stress
A University of Utah student has created a space to help his peers cope with their testing anxiety — The Cry Closet
Officials Say Radioactive Sludge Barrel Ruptures Now Total 4
A total of four barrels containing radioactive sludge at an eastern Idaho nuclear site were found to have ruptured, officials said Wednesday, after initially saying earlier this month that one barrel was leaking.
Idaho Man Gets Probation for Role Following Deadly Shooting
An Idaho man has been given five years of probation for his role in attempting to cover up the shooting death of a Washington man during a camping trip.
US Pecan Growers Seek to Break Out of the Pie Shell
The pecan is being rebranded as more than just pie. Pecan growers and suppliers are hoping to sell U.S. consumers on the virtues of North America's only native nut as a hedge against a potential trade war with China
GOP Gubernatorial Candidates Talk Vision, Attacks in Debate
Idaho's top Republican gubernatorial candidates traded barbs in between laying out their vision for Idaho during their second televised debate on Monday.
Nevada Pot Sales in February Continue to Outpace Projections
State officials say February was another good month for marijuana sales in Nevada. A Department of Taxation report issued Monday says taxable sales of adult-use marijuana topped $35.3 million for the month