University Of Utah Student Dead Following Fatal Campus Shooting

Updated at 12:02 p.m. MT A University of Utah student athlete who was shot and killed on Monday night had a brief but tumultuous relationship with her suspected shooter, her family said, as police began to piece together the violent episode that put the university’s campus on lockdown overnight.

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At an event in Twin Falls Monday, Chobani and Clif Bar announced they support Proposition 2. The effort to expand Medicaid to thousands of people who currently make too much to qualify for subsidized health care has garnered support from the right and the left.


At the signing of the U.S. Gun Control Act on Oct. 22, 1968, President Lyndon B. Johnson hailed the bill as the first step in disarming “the criminal, and the careless, and the insane.”

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Ten Idahoans are a long way from home as they assist Hurricane Michael relief efforts in the Florida panhandle.

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The Idaho Democratic Party says you can still vote, even if you’ve had trouble picking up a driver’s license at the DMV.

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Gem State farmers set new records with the average wheat yield per acre. According to the Capital Press, part of that success was due to Mother Nature: Farmers got moisture and hot temperatures at the right amount and the right time.


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The way Idaho provides some of its funding to colleges and universities could be changing.

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Ada County voters can hit the polls this weekend. With enthusiasm high for the upcoming election, the county is opening several polling places extra days for early voting.

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An online startup out of Idaho has launched a new service pitched as Airbnb for hunters, anglers and other outdoor enthusiasts.

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We’ve been bringing you statewide election coverage, from the Gubernatorial race to Superintendent of Public Instruction to Lieutenant Governor. Now we want to take a look at the Idaho Legislature and how races there are shaping up.

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The candidates vying to be Idaho’s next lieutenant governor met for a televised debate Wednesday night. The race for the office is a historic one – in a first, both people running for the seat are women.


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On The Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters

Scooter share companies looking for a niche in the Treasure Valley. Private citizens take recycling into their own hands. Boom Tic Boom brings cinematic jazz to Surel's Place. Boise Contemporary Theater previews upcoming season.

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