Local officials held a full-scale emergency exercise at the Boise Airport Wednesday as required by federal regulations.
A local dog named Tucker has a very special talent for tracking, and scientists say he's helping save animals -- including whales -- all over the world.
It's something right out of a medieval storybook. A castle has been listed for sale just outside of Sedro-Woolley, and it's modern living behind the stone walls.
The Kootenai County Sheriff's Office tells the Coeur d'Alene Press that the owner of the vehicles confronted two young men last week engaged in smashing windows.
The Post Register reports that Ashley Wornek, 23, of Salmon, pleaded guilty last week in 7th District Court to five counts of felony possession of a controlled substance.
The Spokesman-Review reports that Idaho spent about $6,800 per student for the 2010-2011 school year. Only Utah spent less, at roughly $6,200 per student.
It's hard to believe that someone would use a tragedy to rip you off, but every time a major disaster happens there are crooks out there just looking to take advantage of you.
Mark Aamodt told the Lewiston Tribune Monday the cause of the fire is undetermined - though there is no reason to consider the blaze suspicious.
Idaho ready to send resources under nationwide emergency management agreement
School levies will dominate Election Day in southwest Idaho.
Hungry gophers burrow under lawns, gardens, in search of roots
Lawyers for Fazliddin Kurbanov on Tuesday waived a hearing where a U.S. District Court judge was to have considered whether he should stay in Ada County jail in Boise until his July 2 trial.
Boise Police says a dog owner had contacted officers after her dog had gotten loose in a parking lot and was contacted by a woman who said she had found the dog, but couldn't keep it at her home.
Actor George Kennedy continues his exclusive interview with KBOI 2News anchor Rick Douglas about his career in movies, especially the making of 1963's "Charade."
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission voted in favor of delisting during its meeting last week, saying the state is in a better position to manage the species.
Police are looking for a person of interest after someone found a hidden camera in a public bathroom at a Sherwood Starbucks earlier this month.
This morning (Tuesday), his attorney asked for more time before entering a plea. The next hearing is set for June 11 at 9 a.m.
A tornado survivor was giving an interview with a local TV station talking about her lost dog, when the pup surfaced - just a few feet away.