BOISE — A group of roughly 50 people marched near the statehouse Saturday in support of President Donald Trump's campaign for reelection.

BOISE — On May 19, June Pack awoke early, as she always does on Election Day, in preparation to open the polls at the precinct she manages. Then she remembered the May primary was being conducted with all-absentee voting, the first time in her 55 years as a poll worker such an election took place.

{img src=”” /}Originally posted on on September 25, 2020

CALDWELL — For the third week, Canyon County will remain in the orange alert level per Southwest District Health’s assessment tool as daily cases continue to decline.

The number of spouses, dead bodies and jurisdictions involved in the cases of Chad Daybell and Lori Vallow have made for no small amount of confusion for anyone looking to understand the case.

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{img src=”” /}Originally posted on on September 24, 2020The Nampa School District expected to have pretty flat enrollment this year…

MERIDIAN — Like many other business owners in the Treasure Valley, J.P. Green decided he needed to make changes to reopen his business this spring, after he was legally able to do so, following historic closures meant to slow the spread of the new coronavirus.

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BOISE — A federal grand jury earlier this month indicted a Meridian man on 11 counts of wire fraud, one count of mail fraud, and one count of money laundering after prosecutors say he devised a scheme to defraud his employer out of money due to COVID-19 testing.

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BOISE — Boise police officers are looking for a man they believe threatened to burn a woman last week because she identifies as being LGBTQ.

BOISE — A Pulitzer-prize winning historian from Sugar City, Idaho, joined City Club of Boise Wednesday to look back on Idaho’s path toward women’s suffrage, a milestone that’s in the spotlight this year as the nation celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment’s ratification.

BOISE — Idaho elections officials are aiming for 1 million registered voters in the state this year, many of whom are expected to vote by mail as the pandemic makes normal voting more complicated.