Huskies' Chris Petersen Not Looking Forward To Boise ReturnPetersen's return to Boise is one of the biggest stories of the first week of the college football season
Bail Set At $2 Million For Suspect In Idaho Triple KillingBail is set at $2 million for a 22-year-old southwest Idaho man prosecutors say is involved in the killings of a former Arizona power company executive, his wife and their adult son in the foothills outside Boise.
Idaho Officers Working Nonstop On 'Heinous' Triple HomicideIdaho authorities say they're working around the clock to find those responsible for a "heinous" triple murder at a rural home in the Boise foothills. One man has been arrested on theft counts.
Idaho Halloween Display Includes Decapitated Obama HeadRichard Piersol of Nampa, Idaho jokes that it is amusing to see the President's head on a stick.
Banned Novel Can Return To District Classrooms Trustees voted unanimously on Tuesday to add "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian" by Sherman Alexie to a supplemental reading list that teachers can use
Boise State University Faces Possible Lawsuit After Gun Rights Event A private legal organization says they are willing to pursue all options with Boise State University after raising concerns how school officials handled a Second Amendment rights event earlier this year
Boise State University Facing First Amendment Lawsuit An anti-abortion organization says Boise State University is violating free speech laws by limiting students' protest to just a handful of areas on campus
Sheriff: Contact Us About Your Lost Meth A southwestern Idaho sheriff is making an extra effort to find the owner of a lost item
Woman Wins Lottery For The Second Time In 3 Years A Boise woman has won a substantial prize in the Idaho lottery for the second time in three years
Boise Man Pleads Guilty In Hit-And-Run CaseA 32-year-old Boise motorist who struck a bicyclist has pleaded guilty to felony leaving the scene of an accident resulting in injury or death.
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Over NSA Cell Phone Data A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit an Idaho woman filed against President Barack Obama and other federal officials over the National Security Agency's collection of cellphone information
Scooter Driven In Building Sickens Workers, Sends Nine To HospitalsAuthorities say at least 17 people became ill and nine have been taken to area hospitals after a person drove a gas-powered scooter inside a downtown office building in Boise.

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