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Starting teacher pay raised to $40,000 in Idaho

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Starting teacher pay will increase to $40,000 annually in a move Idaho lawmakers hope will attract and keep more teachers in the state. Gov. Brad Little on Wednesday signed into law the legislation that received overwhelming support in the House and Senate. The new law boosts starting teacher pay to $38,500 […]
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Idaho man charged after collision kills pregnant woman

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho man is facing four felony charges after investigators say he drove drunk, fell asleep at the wheel and was in a collision that a killed pregnant woman. The Times-News reports 21-year-old Daniel Cruz Ortiz of Wendell is charged with two counts of vehicular manslaughter, felony drunken driving and […]
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Senate committee OKs hearing for Medicaid expansion bill

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Legislation involving Medicaid expansion in Idaho will get a public hearing in a Senate committee. The Senate State Affairs Committee on Wednesday approved the hearing for the bill put forward by Republican Sen. Fred Martin. The first section of the bill directs the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare to look […]
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Tougher ballot initiative requirement bill may be changed

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A bill that would dramatically toughen the requirements to get an initiative or referendum on the Idaho ballot is headed to the state Senate for possible changes. The Senate State Affairs committee on Tuesday voted to send the bill from Eagle Republican Sen. C. Scott Grow to the full Senate for […]
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A FLORIDA LEARNER'S PERMIT IS ON THE WAY

13-year-old driver clocked at 100 mph in police chase in northern Idaho (Thanks to Craig Roberts)
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Brett Neilon, Justin Dedich vying for USC’s starting center spot

LOS ANGELES — Brett Neilon saw his first chance to start for USC early last season. Neilon replaced Toa Lobendahn when the senior center was sidelined with a pectoral injury in the season-opening win over UNLV. He faced few issues in his debut. When Neilon returned to the sideline to make way for Lobendahn’s return, he watched a series of issues arise. The performance from the offensive line was up and down, at times struggling to protect quarterback JT Daniels or provide much aid for the runnin...
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Updates to Idaho mining law heads to governor

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Legislation rewriting portions of Idaho’s mining law is headed to Gov. Brad Little. The Senate on Tuesday voted 29-3 to approve the legislation backed by the Idaho Mining Association that updates the state’s nearly 50-year-old mining law. Backers say the update is needed to protect the viability of Idaho mining from […]
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House panel OKs memorial involving Sawtooth Valley water

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A House panel has approved a joint memorial intervening in a fight over water in the Salmon River in central Idaho involving irrigators and federally protected salmon, steelhead and bull trout. The House Resources and Conservation Committee voted 13-4 Tuesday to send to the House the memorial requesting Congress, President Donald […]
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Bill to license Idaho naturopathic doctors heads to governor

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Legislation creating a licensing path in Idaho for naturopathic medical doctors is heading to the governor. The Senate voted 32-2 Tuesday to approve the bill that will allow the state to issue licenses to those who have graduated from an accredited naturopathic medical school and have passed exams. Backers say the […]
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Teen arrested after leading deputies on high-speed chase

ATHOL, Idaho (AP) — Authorities in northern Idaho arrested a 13-year-old suspected of leading deputies on a high-speed chase at more than 100 mph (160 kph). Kootenai County deputies arrested the teen Monday near Athol. Deputies say the driver, who had a 15-year-old passenger along, sped the SUV through a stop sign on state Highway […]
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Dune 1984 vs Dune 2020: Who’s Playing Who in the Remake!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Filming begins on Legendary Pictures’ star-studded Dune adaptation Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures have announced the start of filming for director Denis Villenueve’s upcoming Dune reboot. Now that the re-do is actually happening after years in development hell, ComingSoon.net has compiled a gallery to show you who is playing who in the film alongside their counterpart from David Lynch’s original 1984 epic, as well as those roles that have yet to be cast. Chec...
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Bill to legalize hemp passes Idaho House

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A bill that would legalize hemp by aligning Idaho state law with the federal Farm Bill has passed the House. The Post Register reports the bill passed overwhelmingly on Monday, with only seven lawmakers voting in opposition. Republican Rep. Caroline Nilsson Troy of Genesee is one of the co-sponsors of the […]
Tags: News, Idaho, Bill, Northwest, Boise, Idaho House, Idaho AP, House The Post Register, Republican Rep Caroline Nilsson Troy of Genesee


Aaron Paul, Chelsea Handler and Meg Ryan Topline Sun Valley Film Fest

Aaron Paul is an Idaho boy at heart. The three-time Emmy winning star of “Breaking Bad” and producer and actor on Nickelodeon’s bawdy, subversive animated series “Bojack Horseman” currently makes his home in Los Angeles, but Paul was born in Emmett, a sleepy city about 30 miles outside of Boise, and escapes to the spud […]
Tags: Breaking Bad, Los Angeles, Idaho, Festivals, Aaron Paul, Nickelodeon, PAUL, Boise, Meg Ryan, Emmett, Sun Valley Film Festival, Aaron Paul Chelsea Handler, Meg Ryan Topline Sun Valley Film Fest


Keeping A Small Festival Running With A Big Community Buy-In

A music festival in Idaho may not have the corporate marketing that SXSW had, but what they do have is high community spirits.
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Filming Begins on Legendary Pictures’ Star-Studded Dune Adaptation

Filming begins on Legendary Pictures’ star-studded Dune adaptation Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures have announced that filming has officially begun for director Denis Villenueve’s upcoming Dune reboot. The film is scheduled to shoot in three different locations which are Budapest, Hungary and Jordan. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; go...
Tags: Movies, Star, Idaho, Jordan, David Lynch, Eric Roth, Anderson, Dune, Legendary Pictures, Duncan, Lynch, Budapest Hungary, Paul Atreides, Warner Bros Pictures, Herbert, Javier Bardem


Where I've lived most folks have very few firearms

Growing up on a rural island in Washington, My dad owned a .22 hornet/12 gauge barrel change-over, both single shot that I used for fun and shooting at fast flying salt water mallards. He also had a .222 with a sawed off barrel which he used to be probably the best poacher in the county. We ate lots of deer meat. He had an old Model '94 and when he got old he bought a .22 2-shot derringer. And I had a single shot .22 for supplying rabbit meat. Most people around us didn't own but maybe one ...
Tags: California, Washington, Marine, Idaho, Alaska, Weapon, Seattle, Firearms General Discussion, Thompson, U S, Mel Tappan, JBS, Field and Stream


1 dead, 1 injured after explosion at Idaho house

MCCALL, Idaho (AP) — Authorities say an explosion destroyed a house in central Idaho, leaving a man dead and a teenage girl injured. The McCall Fire Department says the Sunday afternoon blast at the home near the McCall golf course created a large crater and debris field. Firefighters entered the burning rubble after hearing the […]
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More than $1.4 billion in tax refunds awaiting claims by taxpayers who didn't file in 2016

Photo by GotCredit via Flickr CC Most of the focus on tax refunds this year has been on how many people are unpleasantly surprised by how small they are. In many (probably most) cases, the relatively small refunds are because people didn't adjust their payroll withholding last year to account for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) changes to income tax rates and earnings brackets. Now we have another refund situation that also can be blamed on filers, or actually on nonfilers. Yes, I'm talk...
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Group lobbies to make it harder to run citizen initiatives

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The face of a failed voter initiative to reinstate historic horse racing in Idaho is now lobbying in favor of a bill that would make it harder for citizens to propose laws and put them on the ballot. John Sheldon, the former president of Treasure Valley Racing, which operated Les Bois […]
Tags: News, Idaho, Northwest, Boise, Idaho AP, John Sheldon, Treasure Valley Racing, Les Bois


Post Falls teen aiming to beat her own cookie sales record

POST FALLS, Idaho (AP) — Mikayla Butler is so good at selling Girl Scout Cookies, even the sweet-smelling candles in her house remind visitors that it’s time to put in their orders. The Post Falls High School junior and Troop 3008 Girl Scout reigned as the record-breaking, top Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern […]
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Kuna pair charged with injury to a child in starvation case

NAMPA, Idaho (AP) — A southwestern Idaho couple has been indicted on felony charges after a grand jury says they starved a young child, possibly causing her to go into cardiac arrest. The Idaho Press reports that 42-year-old Gwendalyn Buthman and 54-year-old Byron Buthman of Kuna were booked into the Ada County Jail on Thursday […]
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Police chase out of Idaho ends with fatal shooting in Oregon

ONTARIO, Ore. (AP) — Authorities say a stolen-car chase that began in Idaho ended in Ontario, Oregon, with the suspect dead of a gunshot wound. Malheur County District Attorney David Goldthorpe said in a news release that the man, identified as 25-year-old Ontario resident Victor J. Morales Zavala, continued driving during the Thursday afternoon chase […]
Tags: News, Oregon, Idaho, Northwest, Ontario, Malheur County, Ontario Oregon, ONTARIO Ore AP, David Goldthorpe, Victor J Morales Zavala


Friday Opinion: The bills I wish we were working on this session

Bicycle riders should be included in Oregon’s “Move Over Law.” (Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) There are plenty of important bills down in Salem this session, but as you might have noticed in the list of bills we’re tracking — and despite a supermajority for Democrats — bicycling doesn’t seem like much a priority. (Not that bicycling is a partisan issue, but in general Democrats tend to be more receptive to it than Republicans.) When arguably the biggest bike bill in the mix is one that mer...
Tags: Politics, Washington, Oregon, Legislation, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Idaho, Portland, Salem, Editorial, ODOT, Jonathan Maus, Safety Corridor, BP Headlines, 2019 Legislative Session


1950s fire lookout tower in rural Idaho is converted into a dreamy Airbnb rental

We’ve already featured tiny house entrepreneur Kristie Wolfe‘s incredible projects, such as the Hobbit Hole in Washington and a Hawaiian treehouse, but the innovative builder has outdone herself with her latest project. Sitting high up in the tree canopy overlooking 13 acres of forested landscape in rural Idaho, Wolfe has converted a 1950s fire lookout tower into an incredibly unique Airbnb rental. Located in Fernwood, Idaho, the tower, built on a soaring 40-foot frame, was originally used as ...
Tags: Design, Washington, Hotels, Architecture, Gallery, Idaho, Airbnb, Hobbit Hole, Cabin, Wolfe, Cabin Designs, Washington Hobbit Hole, Unique Airbnb Stays, Kristie Wolfe, Crystal Peak Lookout, Airbnb North Idaho


Senators Introduce 2019 Hearing Protection Act

Measure would allow sportsmen to have better access to hearing protection equipment for recreational gun use. Hearing Protection Act Washington, D.C. –  -(AmmoLand.com)- Idaho Senator Mike Crapo along with 12 Senate colleagues, including Idaho Senator Jim Risch, today introduced the Hearing Protection Act (HPA) in the Senate. The HPA, S. 817, would reclassify suppressors to regulate them like a regular firearm. Co-sponsors include Senators John Cornyn (TX), Bill Cassidy (LA), John Boozman (A...
Tags: Guns, Washington, Senate, Idaho, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Senate Judiciary Committee, National Shooting Sports Foundation, Fischer, National Rifle Association, Cassidy, Inhofe, Thom Tillis, NFA, NICS, John Wick


Some Lawmakers Think It's Time To Rein In Ballot Initiatives

Lawmakers across the country have been trying to make it harder for voters to get initiatives onto the ballot. In Idaho, voters say their voice is being silenced.
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Idaho Voters Speak Up As Lawmakers Work To Make Ballot Initiative Process Harder

Lawmakers in Idaho and other states across the country are trying to make it more difficult for voters to get issues they care about onto the ballot. Voters say they feel silenced.(Image credit: James Dawson/Boise State Public Radio)
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House votes to lower age to carry concealed guns in cities

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The House has voted along party lines to lower the legal age to 18 to carry a concealed handgun without a permit in Idaho cities. In 2016, Idaho passed a constitutional carry bill that allows someone 18 or older to, without a permit, conceal-carry firearms anywhere in the state. That came […]
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Samuel Goldwyn Acquires Aaron Paul Thriller The Parts You Lose

Samuel Goldwyn acquires Aaron Paul thriller The Parts You Lose Following its debut at the Sun Valley Film Festival in Idaho, the upcoming thriller The Parts You Lose starring Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul and Birds of Prey‘s Mary Elizabeth Winstead has been acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films from production company The H Collective. . PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlon...
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Brian Helgeland to Direct Button Man Adaptation for Netflix

Brian Helgeland to direct Button Man adaptation for Netflix Variety is reporting that Brian Helgeland (42, L.A. Confidential) will direct the Button Man adaptation for Netflix, based on the graphic novel by John Wagner and Arthur Ranson. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.siz...
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