For Idahoans, keeping up with the case of Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell has often felt they are like watching a bizarre television drama play out. Now, in a nod to the idea that truth is stranger than fiction, a made-for-TV movie inspired by the tragic story will hit the small screen this summer.
The Idaho Falls Zoo began its 2021 season Saturday, with a few major renovations in the works and a return to mostly normal operations.
BOISE — The Idaho House voted unanimously Wednesday to repeal a portion of state law that grants exceptions to the criminal definition of rape when someone is married to the alleged perpetrator.
BOISE — Anti-government activist Ammon Bundy was arrested twice in two hours Thursday on suspicion of trespassing at the Idaho Statehouse. Police said he returned to the Capitol building shortly after bailing out of jail on the first arrest.
BOISE — Idaho Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin is working on putting together a task force to examine indoctrination in Idaho education and to protect our young people from the scourge of critical race theory, socialism, communism, and Marxism.
BOISE — The Senate voted 30-5 in favor of the industrial hemp legalization bill. HB 126 has already passed the House. It will now go to the governor’s office.
BOISE — The Senate Education Committee voted 5-4 in favor of holding Rep. Barbara Ehardt’s sex education bill in committee. HB 249 will not advance. The bill would have required students to obtain parental approval before receiving lessons on “human sexuality.” Lessons would be opt-in rather…
BOISE — Idaho Gov. Brad Little issued an executive order Wednesday banning state government from requiring or issuing COVID-19 “vaccine passports.”
An Idaho House committee on Tuesday introduced legislation that would more than double what it costs to register electric vehicles, the AP reports. The House Ways and Means Committee voted 4-3 along party lines with no Democratic support to clear the way for a potential public hearing for the bill...
BOISE — Last week, President Joe Biden signed into law the PPP Extension Act of 2021, legislation that extended by two months the deadline to apply for low-interest Paycheck Protection Program loans, meant to help small businesses weather the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Concerning coronavirus variants are likely spreading across Idaho, according to the state's top testing official, Dr. Christopher Ball.