Staff Sergeant criticizes militia in Nevada for its handling of the rancher controversy
Giant bunny up for adoption in Portland
Day 2 of Sakura-Con, the annual anime convention held at the Convention Center in downtown Seattle, continued to impress yesterday with thousands of dedicated fans and intricate costumes.
American Falls middle school principal Randy Jensen isn't turning away the checks that come to him. But he tells the Spokesman-Review his purpose is to help schools even if he doesn't win the race.
Numbers from the Natural Resources Conservation Service show March precipitation was 163 percent of normal in the Boise basin.
The crash happened shortly before 10:00 a.m. in Nampa, blocking traffic on Karcher Road near the intersection of Latah Drive.
Investigators say there were multiple conversations over months
Thousands laced up their walking shoes at Julia Davis Park to step toward a cure for MS.
The Bonner County Daily Bee reports (http://bit.ly/1nhtQ02 ) Terry Clark of Coeur d'Alene was taken into custody Wednesday at a residence near Priest Lake just south of Coolin.
Federal, state and tribal officials presented the hatchery with the U.S. Department of Interior's Environmental Achievement Award on Friday.
The new Minidoka dam spillway replaces a 100-year-old spillway made of wood.
The Idaho State Journal reports the worker received second-degree burns late Thursday at the Hess Pumice plant and was flown to a Salt Lake City hospital.
The Idaho Mountain Express reports that the $1 million project to restore Kilpatrick Pond to more natural conditions is done except for replanting that's set for the next two growing seasons.
Family and friends of Charlie Linville are relieved after receiving word early Friday that he wasn't near the avalanche site on Mt. Everest.
If Gardner Company moves forward with plans to build its City Center Plaza, three pieces of art in the Grove Plaza will be removed to make way for construction crews and equipment.