Idaho

Idaho

State of the United States of America

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Heather Murphy
January 3, 2020
www.nytimes.com
The case of Joseph Henry Loveless, who sawed his way out of jail in 1916, is among the oldest solved using genetic genealogy.
Nick Allen
January 1, 2020
The Telegraph
A headless torso found in a remote cave in Idaho has been identified as belonging to a Wild West outlaw who died a century ago.
Katie Warren
December 11, 2019
Business Insider
I spent four days in Boise, Idaho, and found a thriving downtown scene and easy access to nature -- but also some growing pains.
Mack DeGeurin
November 25, 2019
Business Insider
Univeristy officials said the decison was made to keep local medical costs down but officials from a nearby hospital refuted that claim.
Edward White
November 19, 2019
Financial Times
By KEITH RIDLER, Associated Press
November 7, 2019
Houston Chronicle
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Idaho granted a conditional waiver Thursday to the U.S. Department of Energy that could allow research quantities of spent nuclear fuel into the state after years of blocking such shipments. The agreement announced by Gov. Brad Little and Attorney General Lawrence Wasden, both Republicans, means the Idaho National Laboratory could receive about 100 pounds (45 kilograms) of spent fuel for experiments as part of a U.S. strategy to expand nuclear power and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The waiver requires the Energy Department to first prove it can process 900,000 gallons (3.5 million liters) of high-level radioactive liquid waste that sits above a giant Idaho aquifer that supplies water to farms and cities. The Energy Department has spent some $600 million trying to do that, so far having failed but reporting good progress earlier this year at its Integrated Waste Treatment Unit. The deal announced Thursday makes it easier for the Energy Department to bring spent fuel for research into the state but benefits Idaho by requiring earlier removal of other nuclear waste at the 890-square-mile (2,305-square-kilometer) site west of the city of Idaho Falls that includes the Idaho National Laboratory. Specifically, the 2019 Supplemental Agreement grants a conditional waiver to the historic 1995 Settlement Agreement reached by former Democratic Gov. Cecil Andrus and Republican Gov. Phil Batt. They engaged in a series of federal court battles with the Energy Department resulting in the 1995 Settlement Agreement during Batt's term that is generally seen as preventing Idaho from becoming a high-level nuclear waste dump. The Energy Department benefits in the most recent deal because instead of having to process all the radioactive liquid waste before it can...
Sahar Esfandiari
October 23, 2019
Business Insider
Mason's arrest is in connection with the death of Daniel Mason Woolley, who was fatally shot in September 1980 outside a bar in Clayton, Idaho.
Matthew Brown
September 23, 2019
CTVNews
U.S. government scientists found high levels of pollution that can be toxic to fish, aquatic insects and the birds that feed on them in a river that flows into Montana and Idaho from a coal mining region of Canada, officials said Monday.
The Associated Press
September 16, 2019
ABC News
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By MATTHEW BROWN
September 12, 2019
AP NEWS
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) -- Montana's greater sage grouse population has fallen more than 40% over the past three years, mirroring recent declines across the U.S. West for the wide-ranging bird species...
Will Dunham
August 29, 2019
U.S.
Artifacts including stone tools and animal bone fragments found in Idaho dating back about 16,600 years represent what may be the oldest evidence of humans in the Americas and offer insight into the routes people took as they spread into the New World.
By MALCOLM RITTER
August 29, 2019
AP NEWS
NEW YORK (AP) -- Scientists say they've found artifacts in Idaho that indicate people were living there around 16,000 years ago, providing new evidence that the first Americans entered their new...
August 21, 2019
AP NEWS
BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- A conservation group and hunting technology group say 110 square miles (285 square kilometers) of state-owned land in Idaho isn't accessible because there's no public...
August 21, 2019
AP NEWS
NAMPA, Idaho (AP) -- Officials say schools in the Nampa School District in southwestern Idaho have shut down their internet following a malware attack.
June 28, 2019
WebWire
The Anheuser-Busch Foundation today announced it is giving $100,000 to two university programs to support barley growers' sustainability efforts and to further the universities' research on water conservation. Montana State University and the University of Idaho will each receive $50,000 gifts to support ongoing research and promotion of Low Elevation Spray Application (LESA) pivots in the barley rotation. This technology, which moves sprinkler irrigation closer to the ground, can save gro...
First Book
May 15, 2019
www.prnewswire.com:443
WASHINGTON, May 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- First Book, the nonprofit social enterprise focused on equal access to quality education, has awarded more than...
By GILLIAN FLACCUS
March 28, 2019
AP NEWS
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Federal legalization of hemp arrived in the U.S. late last year and expanded an industry already booming because of the skyrocketing popularity of CBDs, a compound in hemp...
By GILLIAN FLACCUS
January 7, 2019
AP NEWS
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Environmental groups in Oregon announced Monday they have withdrawn from talks on how to manage the state's rebounding wolf population because of what they called a "broken" process, and concerns that state wildlife officials want to make it easier to kill wolves that eat livestock without trying other alternatives. The announcement came after months of negotiations to update rules on how and when wolves can be killed as their numbers increase and they spread farther west and south after re-entering northeastern Oregon from Idaho more than a decade ago.
Associated Press
December 28, 2018
Boston Herald
BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- Many CenturyLink customers across the U.S. were without internet Thursday amid a lengthy outage that even affected some Verizon customers.
Associated Press
December 29, 2018
Boston Herald
BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- U.S. officials and at least one state said Friday that they have started investigations into a nationwide CenturyLink internet outage that has disrupted 911 service.
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