In a Thursday meeting marked by desperate hospital capacity reports, a leading eastern Idaho doctor told regional health officials that the state is "getting very close to initiating" an extreme resource-conservation plan meant to divvy up care to patients based on who is likely to survive.
A new mixed martial arts gym has quietly opened its doors in Idaho Falls. Owner Weston Barnes, 38, spent 11 years as a professional MMA fighter before opening Lionheart Mixed Martial Arts gym in September.
BOISE — Gov. Brad Little said Wednesday that Idaho stands “at a precipice,” with the state’s “phenomenal” economic gains all at risk because of the fast-spreading coronavirus pandemic.
The city of Idaho Falls has released its plan for how it will enforce the state’s limits on public gathering sizes.
BOISE — Former Idaho state Rep. Luke Malek has launched a run for lieutenant governor in 2022, and has announced endorsements from more than two dozen prominent Idahoans, from current legislators to CEOs to mayors.
Open enrollment deadlines are approaching for two state health insurance programs.
The Idaho Falls City Council passed a resolution Tuesday night backing state and local public health district efforts to control the spread of COVID-19 and declaring the city’s intent to enforce the state’s limits on the size of public gatherings.
The CEO of Melaleuca is leading fundraising in Idaho in an effort to keep a Republican majority in the U.S. Senate.
MONTZREAL — The Quebec government is cancelling its plan to allow gatherings over four days of the Christmas holidays.
States drafted plans Thursday for who will go to the front of the line when the first doses of COVID-19 vaccine become available later this month, as U.S. deaths from the outbreak eclipsed 3,100 in a single day, obliterating the record set last spring.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The killing of a young Black man last month by a white man who complained that he was playing loud music has roiled Ashland, Oregon, forcing the liberal college town that is famous for its Shakespeare festival to take a hard look at race relations.
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine to the right people could change the course of the pandemic in the United States. But who are the right people?
U.S. stock indexes closed mostly higher Thursday after a late stumble pulled the S&P 500 just short of its third straight all-time high.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. chief warned Thursday that the social and economic impact of COVID-19 “is enormous and growing” and said it’s foolish to believe a vaccine can undo damage from the global pandemic that will last for years or even decades.