Supporters say Senate Bill 1384 would create a first line of defense to make schools safer.
The latest numbers for coronavirus in Idaho and across the country and what we know about each of the Idaho cases.
Four Boise State University international students are in self-isolation for 14 days after clearing a health screening for coronavirus COVID-19 upon their arrival to Seattle on Monday.
Former Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter and former U.S. Rep. Walt Minnick will present "Civil Talk in Uncivil Times" on March 9 at the Turf Club.
418 people died by suicide in 2018, a rate of 23.8 for every 100,000 people.
Idahoans would be encouraged to remember victims of communism each year on Nov. 7 on resolution headed to the Senate floor.
Retired outfitter Jerry Myers invited farmers who depend on the Snake River to get their wheat to market to come to his home in Salmon to see how the loss of steelhead blocked by the river’s dams is hurting his community.
During a cold holiday season 100 years ago, dozens of Mexican families living in the shadow of a sugar beet factory were in trouble.
The Idaho Public Utilities Commission has approved a massive solar-panel farm at Rogerson to help Idaho Power shift away from coal-fired power plants.
Idaho's largest teachers union named an educator from the Boise School District as its new president, the union said.