House Bill 546, the business tax reimbursement bill, advanced to the Senate after a lively discussion in the Senate Local Government and Taxation Committee.
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Credit Suisse, the major creditor of the incomplete Tamarack Resort, seized control of most of the resort at a series of sheriff's auctions on Monday.
Officials for the state exchange expect a last-minute rush of people buying plans. The deadline to sign up in time to avoid a tax penalty is March 31.
Darrell Cox and his wife Sharolyn started a dollar-store chain named Honk's in 1989. Twenty-five years and a bankruptcy later, the company is hanging on with three local stores.
WASHINGTON Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would be eliminated and private interests would be on the hook for the first 10 percent of mortgage losses under a bill that leaders of the Senate Banking Committee plan to introduce within days.
Saturday, March 15 is the deadline for disposing of cull onions in Ada, Canyon, Gem, Payette, Owyhee and Washington counties, the Idaho State Department of Agriculture says.
MWI Veterinary Supply Inc. in Boise has named Mark Durcan, CEO of Micron Technology Inc., to its board of directors.
Along with several other states, my home state of Minnesota has returned to a budget surplus after some sharp deficit years. Whether that is because of luck or good policy is a matter of divided opinion. But there reportedly is about $1.3 billion on the table.
Malaysia defended its handling of the hunt for the missing Boeing 777 on Wednesday but acknowledged it is still unsure which direction the plane was headed when it disappeared, highlighting the massive task facing an international search now in its fifth day.
The wife of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky says she "definitely" believes her husband is innocent despite being convicted of sexually abusing 10 boys and that the victims' financial gain was at play.