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Idaho Teacher Accused of Feeding Puppy to Turtle is Charged
An Idaho teacher accused of feeding a sick puppy to a snapping turtle in front of several students has been charged with misdemeanor animal cruelty.
Police Believe Body Found in River is Missing Idaho Woman
Authorities have recovered the body they believe to be that of a missing Idaho woman.
Man Found Dead in SW Idaho Due to Apparent Electrocution
Authorities in southwestern Idaho say a 44-year-old man working on irrigation equipment died after apparently coming in contact with exposed electric wires
Boise Teen Arrested After High-Speed Chase in Eastern Oregon
Oregon State Police say troopers arrested a machete-wielding teenager after a car chase in which speeds hit triple digits before a fiery crash
Idaho’s Legislative Leaders Push for Special Session
Legislative leaders say Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter might call a special legislative session to address a years-long water battle that has been building in southwestern Idaho.
Idaho Woman, Shot During Domestic Violence, Dies of Injuries
Idaho authorities say a woman who was shot during a domestic violence situation near Caldwell on Monday has died.
Idaho Sheriff Ends Search for 4 Missing Since River Crash
Idaho law enforcement officials have called off the search for four hunters missing since their vehicle crashed into the fast-moving Selway River more than a week ago.
Talks to Revise the Columbia River Treaty to Begin Today
Talks are scheduled to begin Tuesday in Washington, D.C., to modernize the document that coordinates flood control and hydropower generation in the U.S. and Canada along the Columbia River
Coroner Identifies Nampa Man Killed in Industrial Accident
The Ada County Coroner's office has identified the Nampa man who died in an industrial accident in Boise, Idaho
Montana Plan Aims to Protect Largest Grizzly Population in Lower 48
U.S. wildlife officials have released a recovery plan for an estimated 1,000 grizzly bears in Montana
Medicaid Expansion Measure Hits Signature Threshold in Idaho
County officials say a Medicaid expansion proposal has passed the signature threshold needed to get on the November ballot.
Officials: Efforts Failing to Save U.S. West Sagebrush Land
Public lands managers are losing a battle against a devastating combination of invasive plant species and wildfires in the vast sagebrush habitats in the U.S. West that support cattle ranching and recreation and are home to an imperiled bird, officials said.