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Courtesy ABC News - A manhunt is underway for a notorious bank robber known as the “AK-47 Bandit,” suspected in a slew of brazen heists across the northwest and now in Nebraska. At a press conference...
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Portions of an oil pipeline in northern Idaho are being rerouted to eliminate sections that travel under the Coeur d'Alene River. The Coeur d'Alene Press reports that workers are scheduled to start...
2014/09/02 16:28
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Imagine not being able to communicate with your family, not being able to kiss your children good night or spend birthdays, Thanksgiving or Christmas with them. One man from Idaho is living this...
2014/09/02 15:58
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Pacific Ethanol Inc. said Tuesday it’s purchased another 5 percent interest in its production plants, raising the stake to 96 percent. The Sacramento-based ethanol producer spent $6 million in the...
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BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) -- One person was treated for injuries after a fire in a Boise home. Boise Fire officials say the man was cooking soup when he fell asleep and the fire broke out in the...
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Filer, Idaho – (KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV) People come to the fair for the fun and games but you'll also find folks in the merchant buildings. For five years now Joe Gilbert has been setting up shop in one...
2014/09/02 15:32
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Idaho lawmakers are taking their debate over whether Idaho should manage its federal lands on the road. Beginning with a Thursday, Sept. 11, session in Kamiah, the Idaho Legislature's Federal Lands...
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Though no plans have yet been announced for Idaho, thousands of fast food workers across the nation are planning a protest this Thursday in their effort to push for a higher hourly wage. Workers at...
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Witnesses said a BYU-Idaho student was wearing a life jacket when he went kayaking with three friends Aug. 30, but he drowned shortly after his kayak was swept into a tree along the edge of the South...
2014/09/02 14:53
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FORT HALL, Idaho (AP) - Eastern Idaho authorities have released the name of a man stabbed to death in Fort Hall. Fort Hall police say they found Running Horse unconscious a short time later near an...
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Trena Irving topped the women’s expert field in the 2014 Tour Of Juneau cycling race on Aug. 22-24 with a time of three hours 50 minutes and 16 seconds and Casey Colton went 3:15:14 to edge John...
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Later this month the Chinese government will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the founding of its worldwide network of Chinese-language training schools. Big deal, you might think, but not everyone...
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On August 27, 1909, William Howard Taft was president, "Shine on Harvest Moon" was playing on everyone's radio, and Irma Lucille Franklin was born in the small farming town of Cisne in southern...
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Once again, the mountain states led the nation in year-over-year small-business job growth, as they have for the last five months, according to a comparison of seven U.S. multistate regions by the...
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The recent dramatic rise in heroin overdose deaths has reached near epidemic levels in Maryland ("Overdose deaths are preventable," Aug. 29). The commentary by Deanna Wilson, Stephanie Sparrow and...
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SANDPOINT, Idaho (AP) - Authorities say the investigation into a deadly officer-involved shooting outside a Sandpoint hospital is nearing completion. Bonner County sheriff's Detective Gary Johnston...
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Legislators introduced bills in 2013 and 2014 to repeal the standards. The repeal movement drew support from tea party groups, but Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh, a Republican, blocked the bills...
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The Florida Gators were fired up and more than ready to kick off their college football season last Saturday, but unfortunately due to lingering rain and dangerous lightning the season opener was...
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College football, NFL, U.S. Open tennis and a no-hitter in baseball; that and more today in our Tuesday Sports Update… ** The first week of the college football season officially ends Monday night...
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Fourteen years ago, Jack Gagnon moved from Waterbury to the tiny village of Lakeville, Maine (population 105), near the Canadian border. He went to enjoy the peace and quiet and the trout fishing. But...
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