POCATELLO — Ron Cantrell’s summer home is a red and white pup tent he bought for $5 from a Florida thrift store.

BOZEMAN, Mont. — After enlisting in the Army in 1941, Army Pvt. William A. Boegli, who grew up in Gallatin County, participated in the 1944 invasion of Angaur Island and was killed while leading a group of litter bearers to evacuate wounded soldiers.

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock this morning announced his long-anticipated candidacy for president, joining a crowded field of 22 Democrats vying to unseat Donald Trump.

SALEM, Ore. — A week after public health officials declared a measles outbreak in the Pacific Northwest over, the Oregon House approved tightening the state's vaccine laws and limiting a parent's ability to-opt out of school vaccine requirements.

BOISE — With hundreds of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers gathered in downtown Boise for the group’s eighth annual North American Rendezvous — its second in Boise — Gov. Brad Little on Thursday declared May 2, 2019, to be “Public Lands Day” in Idaho.

BOISE — Judges have a lot of discretion when it comes to handing out sentences to criminal defendants, but some experts say a recent Idaho case where a woman was ordered to wear a charm bracelet is particularly unusual.

Business owners and workers near the intersection of East Lincoln Road and Hitt Road, where a Costco will open next year, say the area already has a traffic problem.

LAKEWOOD, Colo — Four people died after a semi-truck hauling lumber plowed into vehicles on a crowded section of Interstate 70 near Denver, causing a fire so intense that it melted the roadway and metal off of cars, authorities said Friday.

BOISE — The Idaho State Board of Education has named Marlene Tromp as the seventh president of Boise State University. She is the first female president in the university’s history.

POCATELLO — A Union Pacific train struck a tractor-trailer hauling fertilizer from the J.R. Simplot Don Plant Wednesday morning, blocking the entrance to the plant while workers cleaned up the mess.

OLYMPIA, Wash. — One of the most controversial bills of the 2019 legislative session, an end to the personal exemption parents could use to keep their public school children from receiving the measles vaccine, received final approval Tuesday.

VICTOR — Abbi Sarthou has lived in the mountains her entire life, but last week was the first time she’s seen a mountain lion somewhat up close and most definitely in her backyard.

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 the remains of an animal killed by a hunter, officials said Monday.

MOSCOW — A University of Idaho alumnus was welcomed home Thursday as the Idaho State Board of Education unanimously appointed Scott Green as the 19th president of the Gem State’s land grant university.

MOSCOW — The University of Idaho is proud to welcome C. Scott Green as the 19th president of the university. The Vandal alumnus and international business leader will take office Monday, July 1, 2019. His appointment comes after a unanimous vote of the Idaho State Board of Education today.

The decades-old Violence Against Women Act, established to protect women from domestic violence and sexual assault, passed a House vote last week — but some lawmakers are up in arms over its proposed gun restrictions.

LEWISTON — The solid-steel memorial weighs 1,000 pounds, a load that could well represent the overwhelming pressure U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class David Harp may have felt when he decided to take his own life four years ago.

MOSCOW — The laid back crowd at Saturday’s Hemp Fest celebration didn’t let a change in venue or recent headlines about hemp politics put a damper on the mellow vibe.