Economic forecasters are predicting that the state's legal recreational marijuana market is expected to bring in about $636 million to state coffers through the middle of 2019.
Some 1,400 fish have returned so far from a population that in the 1990s bumped along with one and sometimes no fish returning, ultimately becoming the focus of an intense state and federal effort to prevent the unique population from extinction.
Fire crews from around the Treasure Valley respond to a two alarm fire in downtown Caldwell.
Cache County deputies say they found the body of 62-year-old Malad resident Burt Singleton floating in the waters of the Logan River on Thursday.
A well known triathlete is still in critical condition after being struck on her bike while training on Pleasant Valley Road in Boise. Due to her injuries she won't be able to compete in the Iron Man Race in Kona Hawaii.
The base expects 80,000 people to show up over the weekend to watch the Thunderbirds fly their jets at the Gunfighter Skies Air Show.
Early Wednesday morning the Bureau of Land Management says smoke moved into the Treasure Valley area from fires in northern California
Boise State University is making changes to how fans enter the game this Saturday.
U.S. Congressman Raul Labrador's bill would stop local law enforcement from receiving military surplus equipment, such as armored vehicles.
You won't find cell phones and iPads in the backpacks of students at the Seattle Waldorf High School. Instead these kids are encouraged to use their imagination, artistic ability and intellect to navigate the world of high school.
The state Bureau of Labor and Industries says more than 140,000 Oregon workers will get a pay raise when the minimum wage goes up the first of the year.
Charles Capone, 53, showed little reaction Wednesday when a 2nd District Court jury found him guilty of first-degree murder.
Twin Falls County Coroner Dennis Chambers tells The Times-News in a story on Thursday that a description of the body will be put in a national unidentified victim database.
Troopers say Zarogoza was driving east on Orchard Avenue in a 2000 Honda Civic, and failed to yield at a stop sign.
Two students said they are frustrated with The College of Western Idaho over tuition mishaps they claim are their fault. Now they could be sent to collections over the matter.
Local businesses have donated $60,000 and the city has pitched in $5,000 to fund a study they say could help Caldwell become a more desirable place to live and work.
The Eagle Fire Department says it may lose revenue because those annexed homeowners were in its fire district. But now they will be paying Boise even though Eagle fire trucks are closer.
The Ada County Sheriff's Office says an 18-year-old was driving a Ford Bronco on Columbia Road early Sunday morning when a 16-year-old front passenger lit the driver's armpit hair on fire with a lighter. The vehicle ended up rolling -- tossing two teen girls from the vehicle.
The 273-156 vote crossed party lines to an unusual degree in a Congress marked by near ceaseless partisanship.
Nampa Police says officers are looking for 27-year-old Juan Esteban Gonzalez, who's described as an endangered missing person.
The city council in the resolution passed Monday said guard dogs, strobe lights and electric fencing are preferable to aerial gunning, hunting and trapping.
A driver has been taken to the hospital with head injuries after police say she drove off the road, over-corrected and slammed into a tree on Lonestar Road in Nampa.
Police say the cyclist was heading down Locust Grove in the bike lane heading north. The driver of a white truck was pulling out on Wilson Lane and did not see the cyclist when the collision occurred.