BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho now has more than 40,500 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus, and some health experts are warning that the state is entering its third wave of new infections.
LEWISTON — The Nez Perce Tribe is moving forward with plans to cultivate industrial hemp under the 2018 Farm Bill.
BOISE — Gov. Brad Little on Tuesday heard from Idahoans who are unhappy with his response to the pandemic.
SHELLEY — At a recent drive-thru flu shot clinic, Jane Strong pulled in as she was heading to buy groceries.
The experiences Isaiah Krohn faced during the first 10 years of his life could have easily sent him in a completely different direction from where he is today.
IDAHO FALLS — Idaho Fish and Game officers recently removed eight exotic reptiles, including a 7-foot alligator, from a home in Bonneville County.
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Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Paulette Jordan’s first television ad of the election will be on the air soon.
The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the shooting death of a person near the intersection of 1st Street and Ammon Road.
Not all students in Idaho will be able to attend in-person college fairs this fall, so the state government has set up an online alternative.
BOISE — Idaho’s statewide positive COVID-19 test rate has risen slightly, remaining under 10% for the fifth straight week.