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Three special sales taxes on the ballot in Crouch

A ballot measure in the small town northeast of Boise, Idaho, proposes local sales taxes on short-term rentals, meals and alcoholic drinks. The vote is Nov. 2, 2021. → Read More

Voter guide: Local elections on November 2

See what's on the ballot around Southwest and Central Idaho. This year in Boise, whether you vote in a city council race will depend on where you live. → Read More

Gov. Little's interpretation of 'absence from the state' is 'reasonable,' AG's office finds

Recent controversy over orders issued by Lt. Gov. McGeachin as acting governor, then canceled by Little, raises questions about the Idaho Constitution's intent. → Read More

Big City Coffee files $10 million suit against Boise State University

The Boise-based business claims BSU administrators forced it off campus because of the owner's outspoken support for law enforcement. → Read More

What's NIFC? Boise-based center has a national role

President Joe Biden is spending Monday in the West, and one of the stops will be the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho. → Read More

Explaining crisis standards of care: the 'last resort' for Idaho's healthcare infrastructure

Idaho state officials have described crisis standards as the "last resort" should the COVID-19 pandemic or another emergency push hospitals beyond capacity. → Read More

'Sneaky little variant' pushing Idaho COVID-19 trends in the wrong direction, IDHW director says

Idaho governor, health officials remain concerned about rising hospitalizations. They also addressed some skepticism about the vaccine during a call-in town hall. → Read More

Innovation, resilience and service are key themes in Boise State president's address

"We are so happy to be together again," said Dr. Marlene Tromp during her State of the University Address. → Read More

Murgoitio site is out of annexation plan, but Boise not addressing possible park, either

Tuesday, Mayor Lauren McLean apologized for the process leading up to a recent Planning & Zoning meeting. → Read More

Election on calendar for August 31 in Idaho, but votes not taking place in most counties

One polling place will be open for district patrons, who live in parts of Canyon and Owyhee counties in southwestern Idaho. → Read More

Three-time Olympic gold medalist Kristin Armstrong shares Target sports bra superstition

The Boise-based cyclist said she had two clothing-related superstitions during her Olympic career. → Read More

Olympic cycling: 3-time gold medalist Kristin Armstrong congratulates new time trials champ

Passing the baton: Armstrong gave a social media shout-out to Annemiek van Vleuten after her winning ride in Tokyo. → Read More

How to watch: Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony, live streams

For the first time, NBC will have a full day of coverage on the opening Friday of the games. See the Olympics opening ceremony schedule in Mountain Time here. → Read More

Drought worsens around Idaho

The entire state is experiencing at least "moderate" drought. → Read More

Stage 1 fire restrictions going into effect in Southwest Idaho: Here's what you need to know

Stage 1 fire restrictions go into effect for public land in Southwest Idaho Friday, July 16. More severe restrictions are on for some other parts of the state. → Read More

Meridian man pleads guilty to felony in Capitol riot case

As part of the plea deal, Josiah Colt admitted he obstructed the electoral vote certification on January 6 and agreed to cooperate with government agents. → Read More

Sparklight 'investigating reports' of service outages in Treasure Valley, other areas

The cable and internet service provider also said its phone lines and customer internet portal were down Tuesday. → Read More

One-third of Idaho is in severe drought: What it means and why that matters

Low water in many parts of the state has a number of impacts, including farm production, wildfire danger, and possibly your power bill. → Read More

Get hooked on one of Idaho's most popular activities at the Take Me Fishing trailer

Loaner gear, bait and instruction are all free of charge through the Take Me Fishing trailer, which will be at Kleiner Park in Meridian on Saturday, June 5. → Read More

Voter guide: Local elections around Idaho on May 18

Among the issues: A school board member faces a recall vote in Nampa, and school bonds are on the ballot in the Emmett and Jerome school districts. → Read More