Mia Maldonado, Idaho Capital Sun

Journalists launch nonprofit to promote government transparency

The organization aims to provide funding for trainings, workshops and court fees for Idaho journalists challenging a public agency’s lack of transparency. 

U.S. Court of Appeals temporarily blocks enforcement of student bathroom ban

After judge denied a request for a preliminary injunction, plaintiffs filed an appeal.

Court temporarily blocks enforcement of Idaho transgender bathroom law

In Roe v. Critchfield, plaintiffs allege state’s school bathroom law discriminates against transgender students.

Two of Idaho’s Shoshone-Bannock Tribe members inducted into National Native American Hall of Fame

The hall of fame has developed a biography-based curriculum for grades 8-12.

‘A family-oriented dinosaur’: Idaho governor signs new prehistoric emblem into law

During a visit to the school, Horman said fourth grade students had prepared a presentation explaining the traits of the dinosaur.

Acknowledging Boise’s past: Student research helped create law to allow removal of race covenants

College of Idaho’s Redline Project leads to new law allowing homeowners to void illegal, racist restrictions in property deeds