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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Campaign finance reports show that the most expensive seat on the 2016 ballot was for an open spot on the Idaho Supreme Court. Twin Falls attorney Robyn Brody won the competitive race against Sen. Curt McKenzie after spending nearly $285,000 while campaigning for the seat. McKenzie spent roughly $126,000, but also received more than $80,000 in independent expenditures from outside groups.

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The presidential election, racial tensions and police shootings all made the biggest headlines in Idaho in 2016. Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter and U.S. Rep. Raul Labrador both campaigned for Donald Trump, and by the end of the year rumors were flying that both men were in the running to be in Trump's administration.

POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Eastern Idaho had a white Christmas and then some. Blizzard conditions prompted police to warn motorists stay off the roads and it was so bad that Jefferson County ordered its plows off the roads Christmas afternoon. Winter storm watches regarding a new storm have been declared in Northern Idaho. It could bring 6 to 14 inches of fresh snow.

NAMPA, Idaho (AP) — The city of Nampa has chosen a vendor as it looks to replace the body cameras worn by police. The Idaho Press-Tribune reports that grant money will cover most of the cost. Except administrators, all uniformed Nampa officers wear body cameras. The city's current cameras are 7 years old and wearing out

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