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Lawsuit Seeks to Halt Central Idaho Hiking-Biking Trail
A planned trail connecting the popular central Idaho tourist destinations of Redfish Lake and Stanley is being challenged in federal court by the owners of Sawtooth Mountain Ranch.
Lead Kills 1st Yellowstone Golden Eagle Fitted with Tracker
The first golden eagle in Yellowstone National Park fitted with a tracking device has died of lead poisoning, likely after consuming bullet fragments while scavenging.
3 Arrested on Suspicion of Cashing Fake Lottery Tickets
Three men have been arrested in north-central Idaho on suspicion of cashing phony lottery tickets.
Bill to allow civil lawsuits for blocking public lands fails
Legislation that would have allowed private citizens to bring civil lawsuits against individuals or entities willfully and knowingly blocking access to public lands failed on Monday.
Idaho High Court Says Defamation Can Be Implied
The Idaho Supreme Court says individuals have the right to sue if they think someone implied — but didn't outright say — something defamatory.
Bill Would Create Idaho Committee to Study Federal Laws
Legislation to create a committee to monitor how federal laws and regulations impact Idaho's sovereignty is headed to the House.
House Approves Idaho Medal of Honor Highway
Legislation to designate a roadway that crosses southern Idaho as the Idaho Medal of Honor Highway has passed the House.
House Rejects Plan to Take Idaho Off Daylight Saving Time
Idahoans will continue springing ahead and falling back.
Electric Vehicle Drivers Could Soon Travel Farther in Idaho
A state official says electric vehicle drivers in Idaho must still stick close to their home cities, but that could change in the next two to three years.
Boise State Eyes 2020 Return for Baseball, Still Needs Home
Boise State University is about a year away from having its first baseball team in years, but the Broncos still don't have a place to play.