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Police: Wallet Thief Tracked and Arrested at Boise Airport
A 27-year-old man police say snatched another man's wallet from an X-ray bin while going through a security screening line at the Boise Airport has been arrested.
Families of 3 Killed Idaho Airmen File Wrongful Death Claims
The families of three Idaho airmen who died in a fiery crash on Interstate 84 have filed tort claims against the Idaho Transportation Department.
Woman Whose Daughter Died in Mass Stabbing Files Lawsuit
A woman whose 3-year-old daughter was killed in a mass stabbing in Boise has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the apartment complex owners and managers, the man charged in the killing and the tenant the lawsuit says let him stay at her apartment.
Deal Reached on Use of 1st Small US Nuke Reactors in Idaho
Specifically, the agreement has the Energy Department using one of the reactors for research and development, and another for power needed by the Idaho National Laboratory.
Idaho Catholic Priest Sentenced to 25 Years for Child Porn
A Roman Catholic priest in Boise who possessed more than 2,500 images of what investigators called the most disturbing child pornography they had ever seen has been sentenced to 25 years in prison without parole.
2 Black Idaho State Football Players Sue Idaho, Utah Police
Two black Idaho State University football players are suing law enforcement in Idaho and Utah, saying they were illegally detained and arrested, and victims of excessive force based on their race.
Idaho, US Sign Logging and Forest Restoration Agreement
State and federal officials signed an agreement Tuesday they said will help protect Idaho's national forest lands, which they said are at risk of insect infestations and destructive wildfires.
Immigration Arrests Up in Salt Lake City US Agency’s Zone
Numbers released last week by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement show increasing arrests and deportations by the agency's Salt Lake City field office, which covers Idaho.
3-year-old Girl Killed After Being Hit by Truck in Boise
Authorities say a 3-year-old girl has died after she was hit by a pickup truck in Boise.
S. Idaho Man Who Raped Boy Gets 20 Years in Prison
A 52-year-old south-central Idaho man who raped a 15-year-old boy he met on Craigslist has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Woman Sentenced for Texting Nude Photos to Student
The woman pleaded guilty to disseminating harmful material to a minor and was sentenced Wednesday.
Congress Approves $400 Billion for Farmers, Forests, Poor
After months of debate and negotiation, Congress voted final approval Wednesday to a massive farm bill that will provide more than $400 billion for agriculture subsidies, conservation programs and food aid.