Q: I am in the process of building a home and was just served with notice that an electrical company has recorded a lien against my property. I have never heard of this company, and I have made all payments to my general contractor. How can this lien be placed on my property and what do I do…

This year’s Idaho wildfire season has been off to a slow start, although things could heat up as the summer goes on and more of the grass and brush dries out.

POCATELLO — It didn’t immediately dawn on 11-year-old Jacob Seamons that his helper had let go of his bike and he was pedaling unassisted until he made eye contact with his mother and the group’s cheering registered in his mind.

A U.S. Senate panel held a hearing on three water-related bills Thursday, including one that could affect the East Snake Plain Aquifer by making it easier to recharge aquifers using water on federal land.

The Idaho Falls Airport has had a record-setting year so far. It has served more passengers than any other six-month period. Passenger totals increased about 15 percent from the same period in 2018.

Idaho has submitted its waiver request to let some people who would be covered by Medicaid expansion stay on private insurance.

Grand Teton National Park Rangers responded to a fatal head-on collision involving a minivan and an SUV on U.S. Highway 89 on Tuesday about half a mile north of the Jackson Hole Airport Junction. Two people were killed and multiple people were taken to the hospital.

The Teton Regional Land Trust has announced an easement that will protect approximately one-third of a mile of South Fork River frontage lined with cottonwood trees and containing a spring creek that flows down a steep hillside.

The parents of a child who died while in foster care have filed a lawsuit claiming officials with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, a Blackfoot foster family and others failed to adequately care for the 6-year-old girl who had a serious medical condition.