Idaho Gov. Brad Little’s position on restricting the citizen initiative process hasn’t changed since he vetoed two legislative proposals earlier this year, writes Lewiston Tribune reporter Bill Spence. Little, who was in Lewiston for several meetings Monday, said he’s willing to consider upd…

BOISE — A federal appeals says Idaho must provide gender confirmation surgery to a transgender inmate who has been living as a woman for years but who has continuously been housed in a men’s prison.

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While attending an informational meeting about neighborhood watch groups, Kuna legislator, Sen. Lori Den Hartog, R-Meridian, made a promise to local law enforcement.

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About 90 percent of Kuna adult residents commute out of the city to work, said Robin Collins, economic development coordinator.

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — U.S. Rep. Raul Labrador on Tuesday joined the growing list of candidates running for Idaho governor in 2018, entering the fray just days after a comment on health care access drew criticism.

KUNA – The Kuna City Council did not authorize the city clerk to use a GoFundMe campaign to raise $60,000 in donations for the city's Downtown Revitalization Project, but will consider to authorize the project in a future meeting.

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The Kuna Library would like to congratulate our Kuna Klues winner for the month of January, Cole Noteboom. Cole correctly guessed the title of the mystery book, “Danny and the Dinosaur,” by Syd Hoff. As the winner, Cole received a copy of the book. Way to go, Cole! Come to the Children’s Roo…

KUNA — Irrigation water will begin to flow in Kuna canals and laterals in early April. The city of Kuna said residents will have their irrigation lines turned on by April 20.

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KUNA — A hotel in Kuna? Mayor Joe Stear and the Kuna Economic Development Committee think there might be a future for one.

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KUNA — A proposed $40 million bond and a proposed $5 million levy from the Kuna school district passed, with higher numbers than expected, on election night.

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KUNA — After five years of serving as Kuna Police chief, and almost 20 years of working in the Ada County Sheriff’s Department, Justin Dusseau is ready to tackle new challenges.

KUNA — The Kuna City Council approved a proposed subdivision that would bring over 400 new homes to Columbia Road between Ten Mile Road and Linder Road.

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BOISE — Angela Hemingway, director of the Idaho STEM Action Center, was once asked to sign a $100,000 liability waiver with the Centers for Disease Control when one of her students wanted to experiment with the tobacco mosaic virus.