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Thanks to dad and deputy, this Idaho baby was born safely -- on the side of a highway

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Thanks to dad and deputy, this Idaho baby was born safely -- on the side of a highway


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Local health care experts: The government isn't going to solve health care, but local hospitals can

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Local health care experts: The government isn't going to solve health care, but local hospitals can


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‘Nameless’ brewery is slated to open in December

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‘Nameless’ brewery is slated to open in December


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Idaho Power wants a new transmission line. Blaine County says nope

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Idaho Power wants a new transmission line. Blaine County says nope


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Burley woman struggles to reclaim life after being hit by car on stormy night

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Burley woman struggles to reclaim life after being hit by car on stormy night


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Mexicans dig through collapsed buildings as quake kills 225

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Mexicans dig through collapsed buildings as quake kills 225


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Former Boise State pass rusher had one sack last season. Now, he leads the NFL

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Former Boise State pass rusher had one sack last season. Now, he leads the NFL


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  • Senate committee to consider bills to protect special counsel Mueller next week
    Senate committee to consider bills to protect special counsel Mueller next week

    , idahostatesman.com

    Two bills that could curb the power of President Donald Trump’s administration to fire special counsel Robert Mueller are set for a hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday. Trump said in August that he would not fire Mueller after several reports indicated he was at least considering getting rid of the special counsel. Mueller, the former FBI director, is investigating Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election, whether there was collusion between Russia and the Trump administration and whether Trump or anyone in his administration obstructed justice
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Politics & Government

  • Idaho lawmaker’s move north leads to questions of when she was eligible for office
    Idaho lawmaker’s move north leads to questions of when she was eligible for office

    , idahostatesman.com

    A controversial north-central Idaho legislator, who’s made her mark as an extreme stickler for the rules, may not have been qualified to run for the office because she still was claiming a homeowner’s exemption in Southern Idaho. Rep. Priscilla Giddings, R-White Bird, had a homeowner’s exemption on a house she owns in Garden City from 2010 to 2016, according to Ada County records
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Business

  • Group bands together to save the Roosevelt Market building
    Group bands together to save the Roosevelt Market building

    , idahostatesman.com

    Neighbors in Boise’s East End have rallied in support of the Roosevelt Market — a beloved community institution — and have formed a nonprofit group to purchase the building and preserve the business run by Susan Wilder and Nicki Monroe. The structure at 311 N. Elm St. is listed at $399,800 through its owner Kealy Baughman’s Trail 27 realty. Baughman and her husband, Mike, bought the building in 2013 “so that someone didn’t buy it and tear it down or change it from a market into something else …,” she said in an earlier story
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Family & Parenting

  • Thanks to dad and deputy, this Idaho baby was born safely -- on the side of a highway
    Thanks to dad and deputy, this Idaho baby was born safely -- on the side of a highway

    , idahostatesman.com

    Dax Campbell and Shyenne Huston are home, holding their new baby girl, Catalina. The first-time parents are taking their responsibilities seriously. Like most moms and dads, they are hoping the time they get with their little one passes slowly. But slowly is not how Catalina came into the world. “She told me she could feel the baby’s head,” Campbell said. “That’s when I said, ‘No you can’t
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Society & Culture

  • Burley woman struggles to reclaim life after being hit by car on stormy night
    Burley woman struggles to reclaim life after being hit by car on stormy night

    , magicvalley.com

    BURLEY — Nearly a year after a Burley woman was critically injured when she was hit by a car as she walked in a rain storm, she continues to fight to regain her mobility and rebuild her life. “The doctor tried to fix the nerves, but he said he doesn’t know if I’ll ever walk again and that it would be a miracle if I do,” Altera Starr Moore said as she sipped a drink while lying in her hospital bed at Parke View Rehabilitation and Care Center on Monday
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Entertainment & Arts

  • Thousand Springs Festival brings art and music to Ritter Island
    Thousand Springs Festival brings art and music to Ritter Island

    , magicvalley.com

    HAGERMAN — If you love art and being outdoors, Thousand Springs Festival of the Arts offers a taste of both. The yearly festival returns Saturday and Sunday at Ritter Island, a unit of Thousand Springs State Park near Hagerman. “It’s just a really fun community event,” said Melissa Crane, marketing director for the Magic Valley Arts Council. “It’s rather large, but it feels very intimate
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Education

  • 9 of 10 CSI students say their college experience is 'good' or 'excellent'
    9 of 10 CSI students say their college experience is 'good' or 'excellent'

    , magicvalley.com

    TWIN FALLS — Nine in 10 College of Southern Idaho students surveyed in the spring said their entire college experience has been “good’ or “excellent.” CSI’s board of trustees heard a report Monday about results from the Community College Survey of Student Engagement. It’s given at community colleges nationwide to gauge how plugged in students feel on campus and whether they feel supported as they pursue their education
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Law & Crime

  • Man facing felony charges for partially blinding brother with rock
    Man facing felony charges for partially blinding brother with rock

    , eastidahonews.com

    We Matched POCATELLO – A Bannock County man is facing felony charges after a witness said he threw a rock that struck his brother in the face and partially blinded him. Jason Douglas Hough, 27, is charged with felony aggravated battery, for alleged use of a deadly weapon — a rock — to cause permanent disability. Police reports show, officers responded to Portneuf Medical Center in the early morning hours of Sept
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