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By The Associated Press | Posted - Sep. 19, 2014 at 7:00 a.m.



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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Wildlife officials are cheering the return of hundreds of sockeye salmon to central Idaho's Redfish Lake. Jeff Heindel of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game says more wild sockeye salmon are making it back and a new hatchery facility will more than double production over the next several years.

LOGAN, Utah (AP) — Authorities say an Idaho man who hadn't returned home from a picture-taking excursion in Utah was found dead in a river. Cache County deputies say they found the body of 62-year-old Malad resident Burt Singleton floating in the waters of the Logan River yesterday. Investigators have ruled out foul play.

MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — A northern Idaho man convicted of killing his estranged wife and covering up her death faces up to life in prison when he is sentenced. The Lewiston Tribune reports a jury deliberated a day and a half before determining Charles Capone of Moscow killed 40-year-old Rachael Anderson from Clarkston, Washington, in April 2010. The body of the mother of four hasn't been found.

ALBANY, Ga. (AP) — Jurors are scheduled to continue working today toward a verdict in the trial of a Georgia peanut plant owner charged in a salmonella outbreak that sickened hundreds five years ago. One person from Idaho died in the outbreak. A federal judge in Georgia allowed jurors to go home yesterday evening after they met for about eight hours.

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