BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Governor Brad Little on Friday ripped state lawmakers for jeopardizing efforts to fight the coronavirus and called on residents to contact their senators and representatives.
BOISE — After an ardent hourlong debate, the Idaho House voted 51-18 Thursday in favor of amending Idaho’s Constitution to allow the Legislature to call itself into special session whenever 60% of the members of each house want, with no input from the governor.
Idaho Falls author Sylvia Medina was flying back to the U.S. after a business trip to Africa when she watched the documentary “Blood Lions.” It deeply affected her.
BOISE — Idaho has lost 30% of its jobs in the arts since the novel coronavirus pandemic began, the director of the Idaho Commission on the Arts told state lawmakers Thursday.
BOISE — The Boise State men’s basketball team has won 13 games in a row, is 13-1 on the season and ranked No. 14 in the NET heading into Friday’s matchup with Fresno State.
BOISE — Almost a year after Gov. Brad Little “shocked” lawmakers by vetoing the Idaho Wrongful Conviction Act, a Senate Committee has voted in favor of introducing a new version of that bill. Bill sponsor, Sen. Doug Ricks, R-Rexburg, said he worked with the governor’s office to create a vers…
With demand outpacing supply, Idaho health officials are bulking up vaccine administration efforts in hopes of quickly getting COVID-19 shots into people’s arms.
POCATELLO — Leaders with Bannock County and the Idaho High School Rodeo Association are ironing out details of a contract to host the state’s prestigious rodeo finals locally for up to three more years.
BOISE — Last month, stickers stamped with swastikas and the words “WE ARE EVERYWHERE” were planted on what’s believed to be the only Anne Frank memorial in the country, located in downtown Boise. The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, which manages the memorial, is working to take the white s…
BOISE — Any “psychoactive drug” that was illegal in Idaho in 2020 could never be legalized, under a constitutional amendment proposed Monday by Sen. C. Scott Grow, R-Eagle.
Idaho Falls native Nathan “Doggface” Apodaca will join President-elect Joe Biden’s virtual “Parade Across America” on Wednesday, his agent confirmed to the Post Register.