Otter issued his statement Thursday after news circulated that Idaho was among states that will use federal computers to enroll exchange participants, to help determine their eligibility for Medicaid or federal subsidies.
It was a cry for help one woman couldn't quite pinpoint and a rescue call firefighters hadn't seen before.
The fire started April 30 and burned throughout the night. One building collapsed and spread to a second building. About 50 people were displaced by the blaze.
One of Oregon’s most famous local families is getting death threats.
The Lewiston Tribune reports that 27-year-old Tyler D. Mink of Lewiston made the plea Wednesday in 2nd District Court. A trial has been set to begin Sept. 16.
Defense attorney Ryan Henson and deputy prosecuting attorney Ted Fleming told 3rd District Judge Molly J. Huskey they didn't know Salas' location.
Pot-infused bacon? There's a shop for that.
Whenever drivers are pulled over by police for doing something wrong, like speeding. It's up to the officer on whether or not you will get a ticket. There are a few tips that could make the difference in getting a warning instead of a ticket.
Police say the man pulled his pickup truck behind the first victim's car, then pushed himself inside the car when she opened the door and began to sexually assault her.
Officials say when firefighters got to the scene, flames were shooting out of the house. Heavy damage was reported in the kitchen, living room, front area and under the attic.
The Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River collapsed Thursday evening, injuring a unknown number of people.
But there's a new proposal that could change all of that and cost you a lot more. As it stands, you have to pay parking meters from 8 a.m. Until 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Ada County Sheriff's office says it has arrested Gilberto Garza Jr., and Jessica Engelhardt on grand theft.
On Aug. 9, 2011, ISU told the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services of a breach of its unsecured electronic protected health information.
Brundage Mountain officials said the ski resort picked up four inches of snow, which isn't terribly unusual for May. Courtesy Brundage Mountain.