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Idaho gets federal aid to fight substance abuse

The federal government is chipping in another $1.5 million annually over the next five years to help Idaho's efforts to fight substance abuse. Full story

Researchers uncover little-known internment camp

Deep in the mountains of northern Idaho, miles from the nearest town, lays evidence of a little-known portion of a shameful chapter of American history. Full story

EPA reverses course, nixes Idaho pollution rule

Idaho water quality regulators must go back to the drawing board after the federal government this week rejected a 2-year-old rule that allowed some new pollution to be discharged into the state's prized waterways without review. Full story

Idaho insurance exchange plans closed meeting

The board overseeing Idaho's health insurance exchange plans a 3-hour, 40-minute meeting behind a downtown Boise law office's closed doors where citizens will be barred Thursday — nearly twice as long as a public meeting scheduled later that day. Full story

HBT: Wanna buy Bill Buckner’s ranch?

The latest ballplayer real estate listing. This one in Idaho. It’s Bill Buckner‘s ranch. $1.7 million for the four-acre property with a five-bedroom house covering over 6,600 square feet. The listing over at Realtor.com suggests says that Buckner retired to Idaho after his long playing career. I’ve Full story

Idaho tax revenue up for third straight year

Idaho tax revenue exceeded forecasts for a third year as the state's economy slowly recovered enough to add millions to rainy day accounts, though they're still less than half record levels of more than $400 million before the recession began five years ago. Full story

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Idaho town, farmers aim to bust dam to help fish

Idaho gas prices among nation's most expensive

Idaho recovers nearly $420K in drug settlement

11 schools win $3M from Idaho for tech projects

Idaho hometown of captive U.S. soldier rallies in his support

Authorities charge Idaho man with providing support to Uzbek militants

Idaho drops surgery requirement to change sex on driver's license

Idaho blaze kills family of four and teenage houseguest

Idaho restricts drone use by police agencies amid privacy concerns

Idaho student planned assault on classmates named on hit list: police

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  Spotlight on Sun Valley Honchos

Some of the best-known names in media, tech and venture capital are gathering in Idaho for one of the biggest conferences of the year, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  Media Moguls Wheel and Deal in Sun Valley

The annual Allen & Company media and technology conference is underway in Idaho where high profile business and political leaders will meet to talk deals. Top on the list? Who will acquire Hulu, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  What DC can learn from top 50 US innovators

The National Journal’s Executive Editor Adam Kushner explains what lawmakers in Washington, D.C. can pick up from technology implementation by the country’s top innovators. The panel also debates Steven Spielberg’s recent comments predicting the collapse of the film industry.

  Birthday BASE jumper celebrates turning 102

A 102-year-old woman celebrates her birthday by making a tandem BASE jump off Idaho's Perrine Bridge. TODAY.com's Dara Brown has the story.

  Man pleads not guilty to slapping toddler on plane

An Idaho man has pleaded not guilty to slapping a crying toddler while on a flight to Atlanta last month. His attorney said he admitted to making a racial slur, but did not slap the 19-month-old boy. The man was on a flight to see his dying son.

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Nathaniel Hawkins, of Benewah, Idaho, a member of the 9th battalion of the Light Foot Militia, sits near a water cooler during the Light Foot Militia annual gathering near Priest River, Idaho
Nathaniel Hawkins, of Benewah, Idaho, a member of the 9th battalion of the Light Foot Militia, sits near a water cooler during the Light Foot Militia annual gathering near Priest River, Idaho

Nathaniel Hawkins, of Benewah, Idaho, a member of the 9th battalion of the Light Foot Militia, sits near a water cooler during the Light Foot Militia annual gathering on Bureau of Land Management land near Priest River, Idaho June 21, 2013. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnigh

McHenry tends to Hawkins with Tim Carson during a exercise at the Light Foot Militia annual gathering near Priest River, Idaho
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Jacque McHenry tends to Winter Hawkins, both from Benewah County, Idaho, with Tim Carson of Spokane, during a exercise at the Light Foot Militia annual gathering on Bureau of Land Management land near Priest River, Idaho June 23, 2013. Picture taken June 23, 2013. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Leslie Stankiewicz, leader of the Light Foot Militia Auxiliary is seen during the Light Foot Militia annual gathering near Priest, River, Idaho
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Leslie Stankiewicz, leader of the Light Foot Militia Auxiliary and wife of Commander Jeff Stankiewicz is seen during the Light Foot Militia annual gathering on Bureau of Land Management land near Priest, River, Idaho on June 23, 2013. Picture taken June 23, 2013. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight