Supreme Court interviews delayed as Gov. Otter recovers

Boise, ID. — Justice Daniel Eismann announced earlier in the year that he will retire from the Idaho Supreme Court by the end of August. The Idaho Judicial Council has sent four candidates for consideration to ...

Family of girls struck by lightning offers thanks to responders

Salt Lake City, UT. — The family of the three Wyoming girls who were injured by a lightning strike at Lily Lake on August 4th are now offering their thanks to first responders. In a message released on Tuesday by Primary Children's Hospital on the family's ...

Yellowstone expects heavy visitation around solar eclipse date

Yellowstone Nat'l Park –Visitation to Yellowstone National Park in the days before, during, and after the solar eclipse on August 21 is anticipated to be heavier than usual. On August 21, visitors will see the moon pass between the sun and earth, blocking a...

Feds give states more flexibility in new sage grouse plan

Washington, D.C. - On Monday, the US Department of the Interior unveiled a new plan that provides more flexibility to western states in the way they handle mining, logging and other economic development, where ...

Drilling to slow traffic on state highways in eastern Idaho

Rigby, ID. – Work zones will be necessary for routine roadbed sampling of several state highways in eastern Idaho on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. starting Monday (Aug. 7). Beginning in the Idaho Falls area and then moving to other parts of the region,...

Crash west of Dubois sends teen to hospital

Dubois, ID. - On Tuesday at 2:26 am, Idaho State Police investigated an injury crash eastbound on SH22 at mile marker 68, west of Dubois, ID. A juvenile male was driving eastbound in a 1997 Ford F150 when he...