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Wildlife Officials Kill Injured Mountain Lion
Wildlife officials have killed an injured mountain lion after it killed a dog near Pocatello.
Researchers Say Population of Short-eared Owls Are Declining
Researchers observing a possible decline in short-eared owls are expanding their study from Idaho to eight western states.
Idaho Mom Faces Charges After Child Tests Positive for Meth
An eastern Idaho woman authorities say gave birth prematurely to a boy who tested positive for methamphetamine has been charged with felony injury to a child.
A Cougar in Your luggage? Hunting Carcass Snagged at Airport
Police say a traveler's trip home hit a snag in Las Vegas after security screeners found a dead cougar with a hunting tag in his luggage.
Idaho’s 2018 Year in News
One of the state's top stories of 2017 was the death of 85-year-old Cecil Andrus, a cabinet member in former President Jimmy Carter's administration and Idaho's longest serving governor.
Inmate’s Lawsuit Says He Was Denied Proper Medical Care
An Idaho inmate has filed a lawsuit against the state's prison health care contractor contending he was denied adequate medical care.
Pack of 7 Wolves Detected Roaming in Boise Foothills
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Federal officials say a seven-member wolf pack has been detected in the Boise foothills north of the state's capital city.
Idaho Renews Sponsorship of Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
EAGLE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho has renewed its sponsorship of the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl college football game for $450,000 annually.
Boise Loses Bid for F-35s at Gowen Field
The city of Boise has lost its contentious bid to be the future home of F-35 stealth fighter jets. U.S. Air Force officials announced Thursday they had chosen National Guard bases in Alabama and Wisconsin as their preferred locations.
Idaho Power Scaling Back Plans at Shoshone Falls Facility
Idaho Power is scaling back its plan to boost hydroelectric capacity at its power-generating facility at Shoshone Falls in south-central Idaho
Utah Birth Rate Credited with Population Growth
New U.S. census figures show Utah is the third-fastest growing state in the country thanks to a high birth rate.
Idaho Lands Nation’s First International Dark Sky Reserve
A giant chunk of central Idaho with a dazzling night sky has become the nation's first International Dark Sky Reserve. The International Dark-Sky Association late Monday designated the 1,400-square-mile reserve.