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From historic Boise and Caldwell runoff elections to the surprise retirement of Idaho Rep. Mat Erpelding (D-Boise), the Reporter Roundtable brings you the biggest headlines of the week. We're joined by reporters Melissa Davlin with Idaho Public Television, Scott McIntosh of the Idaho Statesman and Margaret Carmel with the Idaho Press.

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After a week of national news consuming headlines, let the Idaho Matters Friday Reporter Roundtable get you caught up on important stories out of Idaho from this week. Check in with Idaho Public Television's Melissa Davlin and Bill Manny, along with Mike Sharp from KIVI 6 On Your Side. 

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Controversy in Caldwell, the Boise mayoral runoff, and more. The expert panel of Scott McIntosh with the Idaho Statesman, Margaret Carmel from the Idaho Press and Seth Ogilvie of IPTV give you the must know info for this week's news on the Reporter Roundtable from Idaho Matters.

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State budget cuts, sea changes in local politics after this week's elections, and a revision to the "historic" nature of Boise's mayoral race. The Reporter Roundtable digs into the impact of these results with an expert panel of Kevin Richert from Idaho EdNews, Betsy Russell from Idaho Press and James Dawson from Boise State Public Radio.

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The gloves are off in the race to become Boise's next mayor. Our panel of reporters dig into the latest on the upcoming November 5 election, as well as a cellphone ban that's gone into effect in Meridian. Plus, could proposed Medicaid waivers affect family planning services in Idaho? Catch up on all the news you might have missed this week with the Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable. 

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Senator Jim Risch (R-Idaho) refuses to answer questions about President Donald Trump, a legislator pushes to defund Boise State University, and a new Boise City Council debate. The Reporter Roundtable recaps these headlines and more on Idaho Matters.

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On the Reporter Roundtable, Scott McIntosh of the Idaho Statesman, Rebecca Boone with the Associated Press, Heath Druzin of Boise State Public Radio and Guns & America talk about vaccination controversies, presidential candidate’s gun policies, and more. Be sure to listen in as Melissa Davlin hosts this week’s edition of the Reporter Roundtable.

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On this week's Reporter Roundtable, we discuss the controversy surrounding President Trump's call to Ukraine's leader and the response from Idaho's congressional delegation, Micron's intellectual property suits and the opioid crisis in Idaho. Journalists Melissa Davlin of Idaho Public Television, Mike Sharp of KIVI and Madelyn Beck of the Mountain West News Bureau keep the conversation flowing.

President Trump's education department stops in Idaho, Boise delivers its state of the city address, and all day kindergarten. Our panel of Kevin Richert of Idaho Ed News, Nicole Foy of the Idaho Statesman, and Scott McIntosh of the Idaho Statesman bring you these stories and more on this week's Reporter Roundtable.

Brent Coles makes headlines in the mayoral race, vaping leading to a pneumonia-like illness, Greyhound Bus leaves downtown Boise...these stories and more on the Reporter Roundtable today on Idaho Matters.

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  Ammon Bundy buys a gun, there's a new — but familiar — name in the Boise Mayoral race, a new voter ballot initiative kicks off, plus delicious fruits from Canyon County...those are just some of the topics on the reporter roundtable today on Idaho Matters.

 

 

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  • Coding camps for girls.

Join us for your weekly dose of all-things-Idaho news! From mayors to Medicaid Expansion, the roundtable will cover it all. Guests are Don Day with BoiseDev.comKevin Richert with Idaho Ed News and James Dawson with Boise State Public Radio.

  • Our Reporter Roundtable gathers together.
  • Can libraries fix news deserts?
  • Prescribed fires: Good or Bad?

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Our regular Friday segment goes deep on the predatory landlords in Boise, school security in the West Ada District, state budget issues and public discussions and rulemaking on gender markers on birth certificates, immunizations and more. 

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  • New music festival in Hailey to wrap up summer. 

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It’s time for our Reporter Roundtable, where we get you up to date on all the news that made headlines around our region. Joining us this week are Betsy Russell with the Idaho Press, Don Day with Boisedev.com and Nicole Foy of the Idaho Statesman.

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It’s time for our Reporter Roundtable, where we get you up to date on all the news that made headlines around our region. Joining us this week are Kevin Richert of Idaho Ed News, Mike Sharp of KIVI Six On Your Side Television and Seth Ogilvie of Idaho Public Televison.

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  • Wildfires and snowmelt in the West.
  • World War II planes come to Nampa.

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A controversial statement from an Idaho Republican leader, an Eastern Idaho wildfire that threatened a nuclear facility and a new buffered bike lane in Boise that’s confusing some drivers. All that, plus reporter banter and commentary, on this week's edition of the Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable. 

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It’s time for our Reporter Roundtable, where we get you up to date on all the news that made headlines around our region. Joining Gemma Gaudette this week are Betsy Russell with the Idaho Press, Mike Sharp from KIVI Six On Your Side Television and George Prentice with Boise State Public Radio.

  • Our Reporter Roundtable rounds up the news of the week.
  • National Ice Cream Day helps Idaho Foodbank.

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Friday means it's time for the Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable where we get you up to date on all the news that made headlines around our region this week.

  • Our Friday Reporter Roundtable.
  • We take a walk for pancreatic cancer.
  • Deadly house fires and the need for smoke detectors.

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It’s Friday and time for our Reporter Roundtable, where we get you up to date on all the news that made headlines around our region. Joining Idaho Matters this week are Don Day from BoiseDevBetsy Russell with the Idaho Press and Mike Sharp from KIVI Six On Your Side Television.

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