'Caught in the middle' of the trespass law

Travis Hyer grew up on a hunting reserve, running hounds against waterfowl and tracking game through the backcountry
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'Crazy cat lady' curbing Boise's feral feline population

Millie Reddig will tell you she's not your average crazy cat lady
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10 Idaho residents indicted in counterfeit phone case

Ten Idaho residents have been indicted on wire fraud, counterfeiting and money laundering charges in connection with an allegedly massive scheme to peddle counterfeit iphones and other tech gear
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2 drivers cited for going too slow in Idaho under new law

Idaho police are slowly starting to enforce a new law that targets slow drivers using the passing lanes of highways
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2 drivers cited for going too slow under Idaho's new law

Idaho police are starting to enforce a new law that targets slow drivers using the passing lanes of highways
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2018 projected to be among Utah's worst wildfire years

This year is projected to be among Utah's worst in terms of land burned
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3 wolves killed in central Idaho after sheep attacks

Federal officials say they killed three wolves in central Idaho after attacks on livestock, an action blasted by an environmental group
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3 wolves killed in central Idaho following sheep attacks

Federal officials say they killed three wolves in central Idaho after attacks on livestock, an action blasted by an environmental group
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71-year-old hiker recovering after being struck by boulders

A 71-year-old Boise man is recovering after two boulders fell on him while he was hiking in the Sawtooth Mountains in central Idaho
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Ada County treasurer charged with misuse of public funds

Attorney General Lawrence Wasden has charged a former state treasurer Republican candidate with seven felony counts of misuse of public money by a public officer
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After tablet hack - or glitch? - many rooting for inmates

Officials say it was an "intentional exploitation," while some inmates' families described it more as a "glitch"
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Aging lookout towers still key during fire season in US West

Mountaintop fire lookouts started appearing a century ago and have managed to remain a crucial component in the fight against wildfires
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Andrus daughter: Idaho should resist nuke waste shipments

The daughter of former Democratic Gov. Cecil Andrus, who had a long history of legal battles with the Energy Department, says Idaho should not become the nation's dumping ground for radioactive waste
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Another whistleblower claims abuse at Idaho disabled home

A former employee of an Idaho state-run home for people with significant mental health and developmental disorders has filed a whistleblower claim, saying she was pulled from her job after reporting that residents were abused and neglected
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AP Playoff Predictions: Tide, Tigers, Huskies and Wolverines

AP Playoff Predictions: Tide, Tigers, Huskies and Wolverines
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Appeals court ruling halts giant forest project in Idaho

A giant forest project in west-central Idaho is on hold following a ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
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Authorities probe how 'suicidal' employee could steal plane

Officials say a "suicidal" airline mechanic stole an empty Horizon Air plane and took off from Sea-Tac International Airport in Washington state on Friday night before crashing into a small island
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Authorities: Middleton teen drowned in Boise River

Authorities have recovered the body of a 16-year-old boy who appears to have drowned in the Boise River
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Bat signal: Fireflies' glow alerts bats they taste awful

Like a blinking bad Yelp review, fireflies seem to use their lights to tell bats they taste bad
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Bat signal: Fireflies' glow tells bats they taste awful

Like a blinking bad Yelp review, fireflies seem to use their lights to tell bats they taste bad
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Boise concert venue damaged by fire and water

Fire ripped through an entertainment venue in Boise, leaving about 60 percent of the building damaged by flames and water
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Boise files appeal in homeless camping ban case

City officials in Boise, Idaho have asked a federal appeals court to reconsider its ruling overturning a city ordinance that makes it largely illegal for homeless people to sleep on the streets
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Boise man drowns in Payette River

Authorities say a 34-year-old man died in the Payette River
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Boise man facing charges after girl rescued from hot vehicle

Authorities in southwestern Idaho say a 34-year-old Boise man is facing a felony charge after leaving a 3-year-old girl in a locked vehicle on a hot day
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Boise passes stationless bike regulations

Boise City Council unanimously passed limits on stationless bike and electric scooter shares
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Boise ski area gets approval for snow-making system

Federal officials have given a Boise ski area permission to build a snow-making system
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Boise-based hospital system names new CEO

Saint Alphonsus Health System says a former executive who left Boise-based hospital system nearly two months ago will be its new CEO
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BSU approved to use eminent domain for stadium plans

Boise State University has received approval to use eminent domain to acquire property where school officials want to build a baseball stadium
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BSU sinkhole causes flooding, closes streets

Boise State University officials say a water main break flooded several streets and caused a sinkhole on the campus
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Budget office warns Idahoans may face bigger tax bills

The Idaho governor's top budget office says Idahoans may have to come up with more money to pay their 2018 taxes next year due to major changes tied to the new tax law
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Businessmen imprisoned 4 years after fraud convictions

Four men convicted in 2014 of fraud stemming from the collapse of an Idaho property management company have been sent to prison
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Bye bye bugs? Scientists fear non-pest insects are declining

Scientists are noticing fewer and fewer moths, ladybugs, fireflies and butterflies, but they can't quite quantify what's happening to flying insect because they never measured how many bugs there used to be
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BYU-Idaho student, Meridian man drown in separate accidents

Two separate drownings claimed the lives of a BYU-Idaho student and a Meridian man in Idaho over the weekend
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Central Idaho man charged with starting large wildfire

A central Idaho man authorities say started a wildfire by shooting exploding targets is facing charges and could ultimately have to pay the cost of fighting the fire that grew to 85 square miles (220 square kilometers) on Friday
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Central Idaho wildfire enters Sawtooth National Forest

More firefighters are being called in to fight a fast-growing central Idaho wildfire that has been classified as one of the top priorities in the region
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Charitable trust seeks to sell kidnap survivor's house

The father of a girl who was the only survivor of one of the region's most horrific crimes is facing eviction proceedings from the home built for his daughter by a charitable trust
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City sewer fee case goes to Idaho's highest court

Cities across Idaho are closely watching a case where a lawsuit is seeking refunds of millions of dollars in sewer connection fees paid to the city of Hayden by everyone who built a new home there
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Company drops appeal in case over fatal 2016 trench collapse

A construction company has dropped its appeal of a report finding negligence in a fatal trench collapse in Boise that killed two workers
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Coroner identifies 2 killed in Idaho murder-suicide

Authorities have identified two people killed in a suspected murder-suicide near Boise
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Correction: Election-Idaho story

Correction: Election-Idaho story
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Correction: Idaho-Public Land story

Correction: Idaho-Public Land story
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Court: Cities can prosecute people for sleeping on streets

A federal appellate court says cities can't prosecute people for sleeping on the streets if they have nowhere else to go
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Court: Cities can't prosecute people for sleeping on streets

A federal appellate court says cities can't prosecute people for sleeping on the streets if they have nowhere else to go
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Court: Criminalizing homeless for sleeping outdoors is cruel

A federal appellate court says cities can't prosecute people for sleeping on the streets if they have nowhere else to go
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Dad ordered out of kidnap survivor's N. Idaho house

A man living in a Coeur d'Alene home built for his daughter after she survived one of the region's most horrific crimes has been ordered to move out
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Drought conditions begin to creep into Idaho

Idaho is seeing more hot, dry weather and with it some parts of the state are experiencing drought
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Evacuations ordered at Idaho wildfire

Residents along a stretch of a heavily traveled north-south highway in Idaho have been told to evacuate due to a wildfire
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Evacuations ordered at west-central Idaho wildfire

Residents along a 4-mile (6.5-kilometer) stretch of a heavily traveled north-south highway in west-central Idaho have been told to evacuate due to a wildfire
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Exorcist blesses house formerly occupied by troubled priest

The former house of a retired Boise priest who was accused of sharing child pornography online and of drug possession has been cleaned out and blessed by an exorcist
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Family finds way forward after QB Tyler Hilinski's suicide

The family of former Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski is planning to attend the Cougars' home opener on Sept. 8 against San Jose State
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