Clark Corbin, Idaho Capital Sun

The dean of the Idaho press corps signs off 

Longtime Idaho political journalist Betsy Russell to retire Jan. 1.

Arkoosh, Labrador clash in statewide Idaho attorney general’s debate

Partisan politics, abortion rights and policies dominate hourlong Idaho Public Television debate.

Legislature’s JFAC hits the road for fall budget meetings

Three days of training and meetings Monday in Twin Falls.

Reclaim Idaho organizers pull Quality Education Act from November ballot

Sponsors of the education funding initiative removed it because of a law legislators passed during the recent special session.

Record state budget surplus fuels talk of special session of the Idaho Legislature

Gov. Brad Little has not ruled out calling a special session.

Idaho poised for another record state budget surplus

While the state is sitting on an unprecedented pile of cash, not every state office ended the year on such a positive note.

State of Idaho looking to sell exclusive resort island at public auction 

Idaho endowment lands are held in a trust to produce maximum long-term benefits to a series of beneficiaries, the largest of which is public schools.

Little awards Idaho Governor’s Cup Scholarships to 40 Idaho students 

Find out who won the renewable $3,000-a-year scholarships.

Boise students speak out after wolf pups named for their school are killed

Wolves from the Timberline pack, named after Timberline High, lived in the nearby Boise National Forest.

As the state certifies primary election results, outcomes remain the same

Now that election results are officially certified, candidates have 20 days to formally request a recount with the Idaho Attorney General’s Office.