FIRTH — When Becky Hone interviewed to be the school counselor at Firth High School last year, she was told that mental health was a top priority for the district.
The former general manger of Falls Printing has been arrested after he reportedly stole and misused the company’s resources for a combined value of $400,000.
BOISE — Idaho would raise its grocery tax credit to $135 for every Idahoan, of every age, every year, under legislation that cleared the House Revenue & Taxation Committee Monday with just two “no” votes.
The city of Idaho Falls is holding a public meeting on Wednesday to hear feedback on possible locations for a new water tower, meant to replace the iconic red-and-white tower south of Broadway Street.
Editor's note: This timeline will be updated regularly as the case continues.
When Jeremy Galbreaith first applied for a job as a police officer in 1998, he was one of 200 candidates applying for three openings.
BOISE — A bill to strike a currently unconstitutional section of Idaho code allowing police to make warrantless arrests for certain misdemeanors is headed to the full House.
Another West Yellowstone man has been arrested in connection to the torturing of a 12-year-old boy who was found dead earlier this month at his home near West Yellowstone.
Across Idaho, high school students and teachers are learning to fight cyberthreats.
As area girls basketball teams make their arrangements for the state tournament this week, boys district tournaments get underway with coveted state berths on the line.
POCATELLO — Aberdeen’s Larissa Carrillo desired something new. Grace’s Emma Ball wanted to be more than a statkeeper for the wrestling team.
At Fruitland, the Teton High School girls basketball team reached the 3A state tournament for the fourth time in five seasons with a 50-29 win over Bonners Ferry in Saturday’s District 1/District 5-6 state play-in game.
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Coaches and umpires meetings set