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ACLU, Idaho State Police Reach Settlement in Suit Over Law Linking Liquor Licenses, Obscenity

"I think in addition to the Idaho Legislature, I imagine other states may take notice."

Tasting America’s Native Spirit

Three sips and a surprise for Bourbon Month

Idaho Supreme Court Upholds Damages Against Osteopath, Saint Al's in Missed Diagnosis of Child

The high court said that Dr. Scott Shappard, Genesis Medical Center and St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center's appeal was "frivolous" and thus awarded attorney fees and costs to the Hoffers.

Dietrich School Investigation Confirms Sexual Assault on Mentally Disabled Student Was 'Likely'

The family of the alleged victim has brought a civil lawsuit seeking $10 million in damages against the school district, the district superintendent, five school board members, the principal of Dietrich High School and four football coaches.

Construction of Idaho Airstrip for Bruce Willis Halted By Zoning Violation

The Camas County Planning and Zoning Commission is expected to take up the issue and a possible rewrite of the zoning ordinance at a public hearing slated for Tuesday, Oct. 4 at the county offices in Fairfield.

Sandpoint Will Light Up Solar Roads This Friday

“We’ve got a little over 28,000 square miles of paved surfaces in the lower 48 states. If we covered all those surfaces we’d produce three times more energy than we use.”

What It Was Like to Produce the Clinton/Trump Debate in Espanol

“The idea of being seated in the same room is so that we do not step over each other’s voices. But if the candidates do step over each other then we do in our interpretation."

How Millenials Watched - And Responded To - The First Debate

"I feel like the younger people are actually trying to listen to [the candidates] to see where they stand, not just where our parents stand.”

Trump Says US Jobs Get 'Stolen' From China, But Here Are the Countries 'Stealing' Chinese Jobs

China’s manufacturing sector is currently staggering. Even Beijing’s heavily censored, state-run press is reporting grim scenes from Chinese manufacturing hubs.

Bieter at FY 2017 Strategic Planning: New Library is 'Project Whose Time Has Come'

"I don't think it will come as a shock to anyone that, at the top of my list, is the main library, front and center. It's a project whose time has come."

Teenager Held in Connection With Bomb Threat at Lewiston Junior High

A spokeswoman for the Lewiston Police Department told the Tribune that the suspect could be hit with a felony charge of providing false information about an explosive device in a public space.

CORRECTED: Bureau of Land Management Announces Increase in Oil, Gas Drilling Fees on Public, Indian Lands

Applicants must pay the nonrefundable fee regardless of whether the APD is approved.

L.A. Band Midnight Divide Adds Idaho to First Tour

Neo-'90s cinematic rock too intriguing to ignore.

Boise Police Get Rent-Free Downtown Substation at New City Center Plaza

VRT is saying the opening of Main Street Station, which will include changes to area bus services, is now scheduled for Monday, Oct. 24. The public will get its first glimpse of the new facility at an open house, scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 13.

UPDATE: Lawmen, Deceased Identified in Officer-Involved Shooting Outside Garden City Police HQ

The Idaho State Police is the lead agency in the investigation.

Debate 101: Boise State, College of Idaho Will Host Debate Watch/Analysis Sessions

"If you get out of your own personal echo chamber and sit around with some folks who have a different political view than yours, [you'll] see how they respond to different moments in the debate,"

UPDATE: Boise Man Charged With Six Felonies in Hit-and-Run, High-Speed Chase

The suspect was stopped in a dead end street in the Owyhee County community of Homedale but he attempted to take off on foot. Eventually, police caught the suspect, took him to an area hospital and then to the Ada County lockup.

In Wake of Cat-Gassing, Task Force is Examining University of Idaho's 'Vermin Control Issues'

The task force's findings and any possible policy recommendations are expected to be delivered to U of I President Chuck Staben by Saturday, Oct. 1.

Proposal Could Put Guns in Some Idaho County Public Schools

"I have sincere and serious doubts that the teachers favor this. I think that their acceptance or permission is critical."

Former Eastern Idaho Soccer Coach Admits to Sexual Abuse of Minor

Alisha Yeates, 28, has pleaded guilty to one count of sexual abuse of a child under 16 and her sentencing date is set for Tuesday, Oct. 11.

Idaho Picks Up Pace in Divestiture of Personal, Commercial Properties

The Land Board voted unanimously to move forward with auctions of nine state-owned commercial properties, including five in Boise. The auctions are set for Thursday, Dec. 1.

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