BOISE — Idaho was one of the top performers for individual response rates during the 2010 census count, and Gov. Brad Little is hoping for the same accomplishment during next year's census, according to Little's office.
CALDWELL — The Star Middle School principal facing injury to a child charges asked a judge on Monday to modify a no-contact order so he may return to work.
The Boise Police Department has released a list and a map of the road closures it will have in place during the Road to X Games Boise Qualifier.
CALDWELL — One person was injured when equipment fell on the worker at a work site Monday, according to the Canyon County Sheriff's Office.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The Latest on a walkout by state senators in Oregon to protest climate change legislation (all times local):
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Federal officials have released a draft environmental analysis for a proposal intended to stop rangeland wildfires in a huge swath of the West that hosts cattle ranching and recreation and is home to imperiled sage grouse.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Republican senators in Oregon who walked out to thwart landmark climate legislation didn't show up to work for a fifth day Monday, with the GOP lawmakers insisting they will stay away and Democrats saying the minority party was stirring up "dangerous sentiments."
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A new report from the International Rescue Commission finds that the number of refugees resettled in Idaho has declined by half since 2016.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana Rail Link has been awarded a $3.5 million federal grant to design a safety system for a railway between southern Montana and northern Idaho.
Lexy Halladay’s favorite thing to play on the violin is the “Pirates of the Caribbean” theme song.
The Idaho Steelheads have their first piece for the 2019-20 season.
Idaho Steelheads goaltender Tomas Sholl is getting his shot at the next level.
Ryan Lundgren is returning to the college sidelines.
The Idaho Press is counting down the 20 most important players for the Boise State football team in 2019. We’ve reached No. 1, Curtis Weaver:
Idaho received 49 public comments on Gov. Brad Little’s proposal to allow 139 full chapters … Read more