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Morgan Boydston


Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Morgan:

Public lands access advocates taking their case to Idaho lawmakers

The Idaho Wildlife Federation is spearheading an effort to amend a current law to allow civil action against anyone who blocks access to public lands. → Read More

Cash vs. insurance: A little-known option could save you money on medical bills

Cash discounts for people who don't have or use insurance could save patients hundreds, but healthcare providers are far from universal on what they allow and how much it can save you. → Read More

As Idaho mountains get pummeled with snow, crews work to keep roads open

While Idaho Transportation Department shut down a long stretch of Highway 55 Monday night due to dangerous conditions for plow trucks, crews are out on other mountain roads around the state, working to keep them open. → Read More

Idaho health departments preparing for possibility of measles outbreak

While there are no known cases in Idaho, health workers are tracking the outbreaks in neighboring states and preparing for the possibility that it could spread. → Read More

The state of football in Idaho: participation rates declining in youth, high school football

Youth and school football organizations credit the drop to parental and player concerns over short and long-term impacts of head injuries, along with kids having more options for sports and activities. → Read More

Medicaid expansion law goes before Idaho Supreme Court

A conservative group is arguing that Proposition 2 - which passed by nearly 125,000 votes - is unconstitutional. → Read More

Idaho Supreme Court will hear lawsuit to overturn voter-passed Medicaid expansion on Tuesday

The Idaho Freedom Foundation filed the suit, saying the measure is unconstitutional. → Read More

Garden City mom hails son a hero after he woke her up before fire destroyed their trailer

"On the back of the fire truck in the middle of the night - it was freezing cold, I was shivering, and he put his arm around me - and he's autistic, he's pretty much nonverbal, he doesn't have conversations - but he looked at me and I was crying, and he's like 'It's okay, we'll be alright, it'll be okay buddy.' And he just kept saying that." → Read More

Boise groups host free dinner, concert for federal workers affected by shutdown

St. Vincent de Paul, Astegos and the Boise Phil held a free dinner and performance Monday night to help lift federal employees' spirits as they struggle without a paycheck. → Read More

TSA agents at Boise Airport adjust to ongoing government shutdown

TSA workers say they are stressed and frustrated as the government shutdown stretches nearly a month-long, and they're required to work without knowing when their next paycheck will come. → Read More

Historic homes moving from St. Luke's property to Warm Springs area

Houses on St. Luke's property where the Boise Medical Center is expanding were preserved and are being moved to a temporary lot off Warm Springs Avenue late Thursday night. → Read More

Government shutdown could impact housing assistance programs

The longest partial government shutdown in our nation's history could affect Boise City/Ada County Housing Authorities' public housing and Housing Choice Voucher programs if it persists. → Read More

Popular Netflix show sparks uptick in thrift store donations, benefitting Idahoans in need

St. Vincent de Paul is seeing a surge of donations into their thrift stores, attributing the bulk of it to a new Netflix series called 'Tidying Up'. This uptick not only helps customers but also people who turn to the organization for help with living expenses. → Read More

Boise mom warns parents after she says light-up sippy cup exploded in her face

Dzevada Becirovic just poured milk into her son's insulated light-up sippy cup last week when she says it exploded in her face, injuring her face, hand and lungs. → Read More

Community holds vigil for victims of Meridian murders

Friends who graduated high school with Heidi say she feared Epps, even after their divorce years ago. → Read More

Victim of murder-suicide cried out for help before death at the hands of ex-husband

7Investigates learned Edward Epps, who police say killed his ex-wife and her husband before turning the gun on himself, was served a protection order the night before the murders. → Read More

BVA to acquire Saltzer Medical Group, promises 'transparency in medicine'

The development group says the move will allow for more health care choices and lower medical prices in the Treasure Valley. → Read More

A new era: Gov. Brad Little gives first State of the State address

Governor Brad Little addressed the Idaho Legislature in first State of the State address, highlighting his main priorities and how they fit in his proposed budget. → Read More

Boise man arrested, linked to cold case murders in Idaho, Washington

An investigation by police in Boise and Bremerton, Washington may lead to long-delayed justice for two women murdered in the early 1990's. → Read More

Meridian man looking for work while furloughed during government shutdown

Chris Kirk, who has worked at the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise for 18 years, is one of thousands of federal employees looking for other ways to earn a paycheck during the shutdown. → Read More