More than 650 people packed the Lincoln Auditorium and four overload rooms to hear scientists, economists, theologians and business people talk about climate change and its impacts on Idaho.(Rocky Barker)
Idaho Capitol climate hearing
The hydropower posse promotes the dams' importance
How the dams have changed Lewiston
How to protect your family from potential dangers of lead poisoning
Boiseans can now have their yard waste converted to compost
Fast-moving brush fire chars over 100 acres on Kuna Butte
Watch the release of the world's smallest rabbit in southeast Oregon
'It was scary.' Bruneau residents dodge wildfire
Northwest orcas need Columbia salmon to survive
Saving salmon: Why these remarkable fish matter to the Northwest
Mountain lion spotted in Idaho
York Fire threatens several homes on Kuna Mora Road
Will Hart, who represents 130 Idahoans who get their power from the federal dams in Oregon and Washington, explains how important they are to the municipal utilities and rural co-ops that buy their power from the Bonneville Power Administration.
Dustin Aherin of Lewiston tells how the dams changed the community he grew up in and how the unfulfilled dream of economic bounty from shipping to the Pacific Ocean has hindered the northern Idaho community's development.
Boise residents can now toss their yard waste and organics into green-lidded bins provided by the city. The program keeps added waste from entering the landfill. Republic Services transports the material to a composting facility south of Boise at Twenty Mile South Farm in a partnership with Boise City. The organic material is processed for 55-60 days and should be available this fall to city residents.
Firefighters create a fire line and use an air attack to contain a brush fire southwest of Kuna Thursday, July 13, 2107. The Murphy Lane Fire threatened several homes in the area while BLM crews bulldozed a fire line. Helicopters, small planes and a tanke
BLM researcher Miranda Crowell releases an endangered pygmy rabbit in southeast Oregon in August of 2016. Dozens of the rabbits were relocated in Washington State this July after a wildfire ravaged their breeding ground.
The connection between saving salmon in the Columbia and Snake rivers and preserving killer whales in Washington state and British Columbia is bringing together advocates of both imperiled species, who want to see four Snake River dams in Washington removed.
Firefighters work to control the York Fire in South Boise Thursday, June 29, 2017 north of Kuna Mora Road between Pleasant Valley and Cole Roads. The blaze charred over 50 acres and was threatening several homes in the area. The cause of the fire was stil
The Rodney Dangerfield of western plants is usually scorned — when it’s not simply ignored. But with new attention being focused on the fate of the imperiled greater sage grouse, protecting its sagebrush habitat from fire, erosion and development has taken on a new prominence in the West.
Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue signs a document pledging federal and state cooperation on wildfires with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, left. The two secretaries were in Idaho with Gov. Butch Otter, right, and a group of Hot Shot firefighters behind them Friday, June 2, 2017 at National Interagency Fire Center in Boise.
Boise County Emergency Management Coordinator John Roberts gets an aerial perspective of the damage caused by the 188,000-acre Pioneer Fire last year northeast of Boise. The Idaho Conservation League helped facilitate the flyover with EcoFlight pilot Bruce Gordon May 26, 2017.