Matthew Brown, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 20th - 7:14pm
Montana officials singled out a mining company president as an industry "bad actor" on Tuesday, and said the company could have to reimburse taxpayers more than $35 million for past pollution cleanups if it wants to pursue two new mines in the state.
Melissa Gray and Marlena Baldacci, CNN | Posted
Mar 20th - 6:41pm
An Idaho man says his new 8-week-old puppy appears happy and healthy despite being flown across the country to the wrong airport — landing in Las Vegas and Salt Lake City before finally arriving in his arms Sunday.
Connor Richards, KSL.com | Posted
Mar 19th - 9:05pm
A junior high school teacher in Preston, Idaho, made nationwide controversy after he allegedly fed a terminally ill puppy to a snapping turtle in front of students. Many are wondering why the Idaho Department of Agriculture euthanized the turtle.
Logan Ramsey, Idaho State Journal | Posted
Mar 19th - 10:00am
Although people from across the U.S. and beyond are calling for science teacher Robert Crosland to lose his job for allegedly dropping a sick puppy into a classroom aquarium containing a hungry snapping turtle, the vast majority of those who live in his community appear to be supporting him.
B Keith Ridler, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 20th - 11:14am
Idaho officials have approved extending the contract of a financial adviser guiding the state through the process of reinvesting millions of dollars from the sale of commercial and residential real estate.