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On May 19, 2019, at 5:35 P.M., Idaho State Police investigated a single-vehicle fatality crash on Interstate 15 at mile marker 25, north of Malad.

Representatives of local governments and others affected by the closure of the Targhee Regional Public Transportation Authority will meet Tuesday to discuss the future of public transportation in the region.

Idaho officials could hear in the next few weeks whether a voter-approved plan to expand Medicaid eligibility has been accepted by the federal government.

A man has been arrested for the 1996 murder of Angie Dodge, a 23-year-old cold case. The case appears to have been finally solved using DNA matching.

If you think archaeology is about retrieving golden trophies from snake-filled caves, Suzann Henrikson, Ph.D., of Idaho National Laboratory’s Cultural Resources Management Office would like you to know it’s much more interesting than that.

BOISE — They faced off in the race for governor in 2010 as the nominees of opposing parties, but C.L. “Butch” Otter and Keith Allred are joining together this week to promote a new effort to get citizens across the country to come together on a non-partisan basis and push national leaders fo…

The victim from a recent shooting incident, Michael A. Ephram of Idaho Falls, age 23, died on Saturday from the injuries sustained in the shooting incident.

On May 13, JM Concrete will begin working on the W. Broadway Sidewalk Improvement Project from Memorial Drive to N. Yellowstone Avenue. The anticipated project duration is 45 days. The project includes the replacement of curb, gutter and sidewalks.

SALMON — If there are concerts here by accomplished musicians, if there are Shakespearean plays by talented actors and if there are public art projects that involve area youth, you can be fairly certain the entity behind the endeavors is the Salmon Arts Council.