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Democratic Governor Candidates Begin Collecting Endorsements
A string of high-profile endorsements inside Idaho's Democratic gubernatorial race has highlighted the growing differences between the top two candidates vying to become the state's Democratic nominee.
Deal Reached to Fix Unintended Tax Break for Certain Farmers
Congressional committees and farm groups have crafted language to fix a provision in the federal tax overhaul that gave an unintended tax advantage to farmers who sell their crops to cooperatives instead of other buyers.
10 Wolves Killed in Northern Idaho to Boost Elk Numbers
Federal officials have killed 10 wolves in northern Idaho at the request of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game to boost elk numbers.
Idaho Governor Signs Roadkill Bill Into Law
Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has signed into law a roadkill bill that would allow motorists or passers-by to humanely dispatch a badly injured animal unintentionally hit by a vehicle.
Judge: Yellowstone Grizzly Lawsuits to Proceed as Hunt Looms
A federal judge says lawsuits from environmentalists and American Indians who want to restore protections for Yellowstone-area grizzly bears can move forward
New Idaho Child Tax Credit Bill Headed to Senate
Idaho's House has passed a proposal that would increase an Idaho child tax credit to provide more tax relief to families.
Ford Recalls Almost 1.4M Cars; Steering Wheel Can Come Loose
Ford is recalling nearly 1.4 million midsize cars in North America because the steering wheel can detach from the steering column and drivers could lose control
First Grizzly Bears Emerge from Hibernation in Yellowstone
Grizzly bears have started to emerge from hibernation in Yellowstone National Park.
U.S. May Want to Keep Idaho Nuclear Waste Plant Running Longer
U.S. officials are considering extending the use of an eastern Idaho nuclear waste treatment facility beyond its scheduled closure this year.
Bill Protecting Breastfeeding Moms Headed to Governor’s Desk
A proposal to provide legal protections for breastfeeding mothers is on its way to the governor's desk for his signature
Pet Friendly License Plate Proposal Stalls in Idaho House
Idaho lawmakers are showing little love for their furriest constituents in the final days of the legislative session. A proposal that would have created a "pet friendly" specialty license plate died on the House floor Monday after a series of narrow votes.
Cassia County to Dissolve Administration Department
An Idaho county has voted to dissolve its administration department.