Audrey Dutton, Idaho Capital Sun
Judge says school, child care, extracurricular programs must give Idaho AG their documents
The ruling is a first after 2020 law that gives Idaho AG more authority over charities.
New law makes it a crime in Idaho to provide gender-affirming care to transgender youth
Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed the bill into law April 4 after receiving thousands of messages in support.
Boise junior high social worker’s ‘inappropriate’ conduct with student was kept secret. How?
Social worker may have abused a student, principal is charged with not reporting it, and Boise school district hasn’t told parents.
Child care providers, educators sue Idaho AG over his investigative demand
The businesses say Idaho Attorney General Raúl Labrador’s request for information is too cumbersome.
More than 200,000 student debtors in Idaho to benefit from loan forgiveness, White House says
Federal loan data suggest one in three Idahoans could have federal student debt wiped out.
Idaho state GOP sues county GOP, claiming its ‘illegal conduct’ will harm Republicans
“Either the Republican Party is the party of law and order or we’re not,” state party chairman says.
‘Normal teenage moodiness’ or suicide warning sign? Idaho parents share son’s story
Chris and Roberta Garvin noticed changes in Nick, but he kept his pain hidden.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little will end public health emergency on April 15
INSIDE: The governor’s statement in full, plus the impact of this decision.
Idaho hospitals are in crisis, again. This time, it’s more complicated
The health care rationing protocol is meant to help health care providers make decisions on how to use scarce resources.
Idaho kids are getting COVID. Adults can protect them, state officials say
Dr. Kathryn Turner, deputy state epidemiologist, said Tuesday that per-capita case rates have increased significantly in children.