Last week, a top Idaho hospital official declared COVID-19 was here to stay.
The Washington medical licensing commission has found cause to open an investigation into the conduct of Dr. Ryan Cole, according to a document obtained by the Idaho Capital Sun.
Idaho has likely hit its COVID-19 case peak, a top health official announced Tuesday.
BOISE — Idaho is likely to lose tens of millions in federal emergency rental assistance because it has spent so little of the money it’s received from the federal government for that so far – just $14.3 million of the nearly $175.7 million allocated to the state this year.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — More than 1,800 Washington state workers have been fired, resigned or retired due to the state's COVID-19 vaccination mandate, according to data released Tuesday.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho's COVID-19 case numbers are so high that the state is still worse off than when it first entered crisis standards of care, but public health officials said Tuesday that some hope is on the horizon.
MOOSE, Wyo. (AP) — Rangers in northwestern Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park have resumed using body-worn video cameras after a three-year hiatus.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho officials on Tuesday rejected a plan to raise grazing fees on state-managed land, costing K-12 public schools more than $530,000 annually.
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — The Washington state attorney general on Tuesday filed two misdemeanor criminal charges against a county sheriff stemming from his confrontation with a Black newspaper carrier in January.
The Treasure Valley features several key high school football games with postseason implications.
Quintez Evans has a lunch pail mentality.
Brooke Garman had 24 kills to go with 17 digs as the Vallivue volleyball team opened the 4A District III tournament with a 18-25, 25-19, 25-23, 25-15 win against Emmett on Monday.
BOISE – Senior wide receiver CT Thomas is no longer a member of the Boise State football team, multiple sources told the Idaho Press on Tuesday.
When JFAC met Tuesday to review supplemental appropriations, it seemed likely that there wou… Read more
Idaho officials on Tuesday rejected a plan to raise grazing fees on state-managed land, costing K-12 public schools more than $530,000 annually, the AP reports. The Idaho Land Board voted 2-2 to defeat the proposal, with Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra voting against the plan... Read more
State officials on Tuesday took an initial step to pay $152,000 in legal fees to the winning side after Idaho lost a court challenge to a new law making it harder for voters to get initiatives on the ballot, the AP reports. The Idaho Board of Examiners voted to send the bill to the Constitutional Defense Council for a final OK... Read more
(AP) — A majority of Americans are excited about health and wellness innovations, according to the Future of Wellness Special Report released Monday by Healthline Media, the No. 1 digital health and wellness property. The report includes new survey results showing Americans’ excitement about…