Idaho Power’s new high voltage transmission line cleared by Oregon Supreme Court
The decision grants Idaho Power permission to move forward with a 290-mile, 500-kilovolt transmission line known as ‘B2H’ between Boardman, Oregon and Idaho Power’s Hemingway substation in Owyhee County.
Greater Idaho legislation moves forward in Boise as lawmakers OK talks to annex Oregon counties
Idaho lawmakers in the state House approved a measure, though several Republicans voted against it, to authorize talks to annex some Oregon counties that have expressed an interest in switching states.
Idaho House passes ban on gender-affirming medical care
A bill criminalizing gender-affirming healthcare for minors has overwhelmingly passed the Idaho House, despite warnings from opponents who say it would likely increase suicide rates among transgender teens.
This tiny parasite is causing big problems for bighorns
A new study has identified the tiny parasite that’s causing stillbirths of bighorn lambs in the Northwest.
Earliest stone point artifacts found in Idaho, tribes say deep knowledge could help Americans’ survival
Researchers with Oregon State University in coordination with the Nez Perce tribe have found stone artifacts that date back about 3,000 years earlier than other finds in the Americas. Fourteen projectile points found along Idaho’s Salmon River - some just fragments - are delicately flaked, razor sharp and made of various stones.
Investigators reveal new information tying Idaho murders to Bryan Kohberger
Bryan Kohlberger, a 28-year-old criminology PhD student at nearby Washington State University, has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder and one count of burglary.
Idaho governor bans Tik Tok on state-issued devices and networks
Idaho Governor Brad Little issued an executive order Wednesday banning TikTok, a short-form video hosting service, from state-issued devices and networks.
Greater Idaho ballot measures pass in two more Oregon counties
Leaders say they now have enough support to lobby state legislatures directly to change state lines.
Greater Idaho organizers face a new foe: Growing apathy
Two more counties will vote on pro-Greater Idaho ballot measures as the movement looks to keep supporters engaged
Weekday Wrap: A tale of two Pendleton motels; homeless services in Gresham and a university’s organic apple orchard in Idaho
A Gresham man could serve 20 years in prison for wire fraud after creating a fake business and applying for PPP loans. Portland-area pets may be out of luck in emergency situations due to a critical shortage of certified veterinary technicians. A mother and her two kids are making Worry Monsters and sending them to students in Uvalde.