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Skeptical investigators tried to get deputy in Yantis shooting to change story

An Idaho Statesman review of records in the fatal shooting of Council rancher Jack Yantis finds that Idaho State Police investigators tried but failed to get Adams County sheriff’s deputy Cody Roland to change a key portion of his account. The records also show that the deputies spent time together right after the shooting when they should have been separated, that on-scene security was flawed, and that an EMT tried to save Yantis but couldn’t.

An inside look at how we cover Boise State football practice

Time is of the essence at Boise State football practice. Fifteen minutes (three sessions) are open to the media. Boise State reporters Michael Katz and Dave Southorn give you a chronological look at how they divided up their time on Wednesday, Sept. 28.

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Garlic stinks - but these planting tips don't

Do you love garlic? If so, consider planting some this fall. University of Idaho Advanced Master Gardener Debbie Courson Smith explains why it's a big no-no (and illegal in Idaho) to plant cloves from the grocery store. She gives tips for planting certified seed garlic. This is the 22nd edition of the Statesman's Dig In garden video series. (Video by Katy Moeller)
kmoeller@idahostatesman.com
Garlic stinks - but these planting tips don't 4:36

Garlic stinks - but these planting tips don't

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Music video: Steady Rush, "Where We Belong"

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An inside look at how we cover Boise State football practice

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Special chair helps Boise puppy with eating woes

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