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Little Questioned About Idaho Medicaid Expansion At Town Hall

Governor-elect Brad Little says setting a timeline to implement Idaho’s Medicaid expansion will be among his top priorities as he prepares for Inauguration Day.

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Boise Stabbing Trial Delayed Until 2020

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Idaho Outfitters Worried About Steelhead Season Closing Early

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Idaho’s job market is riding a 14-month hot streak as the state’s unemployment rate remains below 3 percent.

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Thanksgiving is nearly here, and that means ski season is coming up. The Treasure Valley hasn’t seen much in the way of precipitation this fall, but the chilly nights are making for ideal snow making conditions.

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Treefort Music Fest is coming back for its eighth year. The multi-genre festival has announced its first round of musicians, which signals an increase in ticket prices.


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Hate crimes across the country were up 17 percent last year, according to the latest data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation out this week.

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A lawsuit filed in May by yogurt-maker Chobani against Twin Falls claims the assessed value of its massive production facility is too high. Now, a proposed settlement could see the Twin Falls School District paying the dairy titan.

Malheur Enterprise

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.

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College of Western Idaho

The College of Western Idaho board of trustees voted unanimously Monday to request a recount of last week's election results for a proposed levy that would have been used to build a health sciences building on campus.


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Salt Lake City and Denver are the last two American cities vying for the 2030 Winter Olympic Games.


Idaho is helping battle the wildfires wreaking havoc in California. Resources from the Gem State are on the front lines.

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People living in Idaho with cases in immigration court often don’t have a lawyer. The law says they must be notified of organizations that provide free legal services, but until last month the closest place to get representation was in Montana.


You Know The Place

This week on the podcast,
LD & Joel finally get out of town to explore Kirkham Hot Springs.

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Idaho Reporters' Roundtable: Friday, November 16, 2018

Host Gemma Gaudette leads a round table discussion of the week's headlines with the region's top journalists. This week Idaho Matters speaks with Idaho Public Television 's Bill Manny, Scott McIntosh from the Idaho Press and BoiseDev 's Don Day.

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