Governor Otter is taking harsh criticism for not telling lawmakers for months that payments for broadband in high-schools had stopped. The Governor's office responded with why it waited to fix the problem that cost taxpayers millions.
These results focus on the ballot issues for Tuesday's election.
The state says expenses came to $53,775, ticket sales came in around $28,000. The state would have to sell 2,152 tickets to break even. But this year's crowd was estimated at around 1,500.
Pundits say the Democrats' best chance for winning statewide office in Idaho is in the race for superintendent of public instruction.
It's a proposed constitutional amendment to add an extra layer of protection to legislative oversight.
You only need to be at least 21, a US citizen and a resident of the specific county for a year.
In a non-binding vote, they'll be asked in they favor limited gaming in their comunities.
But it's no secret Democrats have not done well in Idaho since Cecil Andrus left office. The conventional wisdom is this election is Butch Otter's to lose.
They also say it's a coincidence that their beer supports equality during the recent same-sex marriage court rulings. "Crooked Fence will always stand for equality and we're always against anyone trying to take away freedoms or rights of individuals," Knopp said.
If you haven't mailed in your mail-in absentee ballot yet, you can drop by Ada County election headquarters on Benjamin Street in Boise and drop them in the absentee ballot box. BUt it has top be in by 8 pm Tuesday.
While millions of dollars of taxpayer money was spent, it could have been a lot worse. The U.S. Department of Energy put the brakes on the project after it determined the project would not happen as planned.
The On Your Side Investigators uncovered new emails sent to and from the woman who was in charge of building the Cover Oregon website. They suggest everyone from state leaders to project managers to the software vendor powering the project was oblivious to the scope of the website’s failure on the day it was supposed to launch.
KUNA, Idaho (KBOI) - There's less than a month for Kuna to decide on their school levy. Kuna residents will vote on a supplemental levy that is supposed to last for three years that will cost residents 3.1 million dollars.
Andy Grover wants outgoing Superintendent Tom Luna's job
14 Idaho south-central cities square off against the state