Idaho State News

State Launches “Choose Idaho”

September 9, 2014 // 0 Comments

(STATEWIDE) – The state has launched a new campaign to help businesses retain and recruit skilled workers. The initiative is called Choose Idaho. The Idaho Department of [...]

Idaho 23rd in Obesity

September 9, 2014 // 0 Comments

(STATEWIDE) – Nearly 30 percent of Idaho adults are obese, according to a new report. The annual State of Obesity report ranks Idaho 23rd in the U.S. with an obesity rate [...]

Police: Watch for Kids

September 8, 2014 // 0 Comments

From the Idaho State Police: IDAHO FALLS - Idaho children are back in school and Idaho State Police along with local law enforcement agencies want to warn motorists of the [...]

Ag-Gag Lawsuit Moves Forward

September 5, 2014 // 0 Comments

(BOISE) – The lawsuit against the state’s new so called ag-gag law is moving forward. The state had asked a federal judge to dismiss the lawsuit but on Thursday the judge [...]

Plagiarism in Superintendent Race

September 5, 2014 // 0 Comments

(BOISE) – Another turn in the race for superintendent of public instruction. Democratic candidate Janna Jones says she was contacted by someone in the media pointing out [...]

Group: Say No to Monument

September 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

(BOISE) – The conservation group, the Sawtooth Society, says it opposes a national monument in central Idaho because it won’t offer enough protections.  More than [...]

Luna Calls for $1.4 Billion For Schools

September 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

(BOISE) – Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna is calling for a 6.9 percent increase in state funding next year. Luna says the budget focuses on improving [...]

Family Gives Thanks To Search Party Members

September 2, 2014 // 0 Comments

(STATEWIDE) – The family of a college student who went missing in Idaho is thanking all those who took part in the week-long search. The body of Lucius Robbi was found near [...]

Levy Failing Leads To Online PE

September 2, 2014 // 0 Comments

(LAPWAI) – Students at northern Idaho’s Lapwai High School will have to take PE classes online after a school levy failed. Superintendent David Aiken tells the Lewiston [...]
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