All in the name of numbers, Idaho Department of Fish and Game is going major paparazzi on the state's wolves to fine-tune its population estimates.
For the second year in a row, a group of about 70 elk have wandered into the Sugar City area and temporarily stacked up against U.S. Highway 20 north of Rexburg.
BOISE — State schools Superintendent Sherri Ybarra told state lawmakers on Thursday that Idaho’s schools are on a “positive, upward trajectory” as she pitched her plan to increase state funding for schools next year by 5.3% to $1.99 billion.
POCATELLO — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Army Corps of Engineers and Congressman Mike Simpson announced a long-anticipated change to environmental regulations Thursday at Holt Arena amid a backdrop of tractors and combines for an agricultural equipment trade show.
The Transportation Security Administration discovered a handgun in a woman's carry-on bag at Idaho Falls Regional Airport on Thursday evening.
A recent study of oxygen levels below the frozen Henry’s Lake offers good news to anglers and fisheries biologists.
BOISE — Three years into an ambitious 10-year plan to reduce Idaho’s physician shortage by increasing residencies for newly trained doctors in the state, Idaho’s risen from 49th in the nation for primary care doctors per capita to 45th.
BOISE — Police chiefs from across the state of Idaho joined with insurance interests, motorcycle groups, Sen. Chuck Winder and more on Thursday to back a proposed new statewide hands-free law for drivers.