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The Canyon County Fair Board announced Wednesday it still plans to move its fairgrounds, with a year-round agricultural exhibition center, to the 80 rural acres off U.S. 20-26 the county purchased in 2009.
A body identified as missing Caldwell resident Ricky Flores was found Wednesday in the Snake River about 13 miles downstream of the Hells Canyon Dam boat launch, Oregon’s Wallowa County Sheriff’s Office reports.
Gary Miller, a 16-year veteran of the Boise Police Department, resigned April 3, about three weeks after he was arrested on two misdemeanor battery charges and immediately suspended from his job, a police spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday.
The Idaho State Board of Education approved a 5.5 percent tuition increase for full-time Boise State students next year, down from 6.1 percent the school requested.
Two of the four Republican candidates for state superintendent of public instruction did not vote in the Republican primary two years ago.
Greg Chaney, a candidate for retiring Rep. Darrell Bolz’s seat, told the Canyon County Central Committee at its monthly meeting Tuesday night that he would not withdraw, despite a backlash over the fact that he didn’t fully disclose past legal problems.
Sen. Russ Fulcher is offering lukewarm support for a divisive tea party tenet - repeal of the 17th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
The 5-year-old boy was trying to cross Fairview Avenue at North McKinney Lane on a bike when a construction truck hit him.
Here's the latest twist in the Laguna Pointe public path saga.
Victor Luetta Guzman admitted to selling methamphetamine to an undercover police officer on eight separate occasions, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Boise said in a release Wednesday.