On Wednesday, the Malheur Enterprise broke the story that 35 percent of people deemed to be criminally insane in Oregon and then let out of supervised care were charged with new crimes within three years of their release.
Dealing with cow waste has been a challenge for dairy farmers in Idaho since the Gem State became America's third-largest dairy producer in 1980. Researchers at Idaho National Laboratory are studying the economic benefits of turning cow flops into fuel and yes, there is gold in them thar hills of manure. Idaho Matters speaks with an INL researcher about their pungent findings.
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