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April 18, 2019: What to Know

The U.S. Justice Department releases a redacted edition of Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, Lime may put a device on its e-scooters that can tell if user…
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April 17, 2019: What to Know

Denver shuts down its schools as a manhunt for a would-be shooter intensifies, Boiseans weigh in on more public transportation options, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle don't want a paparazzi frenzy wh…
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Heaven Help Us: In Search of Our Common History of Faith Traditions

"Our unique customs and traditions and differences are beautiful. But we do have to remember that they come out of a shared humanity." Deprivation Subjugation Xenophobia …
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April 16, 2019: What to Know

Three suspects are charged for Sunday's Boise Bench shooting, Notre Dame's walls remain standing after the fire, Aretha Franklin earns a Pulitzer special citation, Cable ONE changes its name and 20-y…
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What to Know: April 15, 2019

It's Tax Day, Boise Police are investigating a fatal shooting on the Boise Bench, the film world mourns the passing of Bibi Andersson, the World Health Organization has a new study on why women outli…
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Can Pets Like Ginger Count on You?

Pets are family, too. Ginger is Stephanie's loyal, trusted and loving companion. Stephanie has been coping with multiple sclerosis for more than ten years - a disease that increasingly strips away h…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News: To Fight for Those Who Cannot Fight for Themselves

With this blog NFESH introduces the first of a new series of guest bloggers. In the past few posts, our guests’ columns have focused on the work that their organizations perform in the areas of aging…
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The Missing Millions: Some States Are Still Waiting for the Gambling Windfall

The Montana House overwhelmingly approved legislation that would legalize sports betting and place the state lottery in charge of issuing sports betting licenses. 1. Some…
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April 12, 2019: What to Know

Uber says it lost nearly $2 billion last year, the Idaho Legislature gavels out its 2019 session, road crews work to save the Race to Robie Creek, Disney unveils details for its Disney+ streaming ser…
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Idaho Board of Education Announces New University of Idaho President

C. Scott Green will replace Chuck Staben, whose contract ends on Saturday, June 15. His annual salary will be $420,000. The Idaho State Board of Education announced the …
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April 11, 2019: What to Know

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is arrested by London police, Dee Sarton retires, the man at the center of the great quiz show scandal has died, some theater owners will screen the new Avengers movi…
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April 10, 2019: What to Know

Governor Brad Little signs two controversial bills into law, New York City mandates measles vaccinations in Brooklyn, WalletHub names Idaho the most gun industry-dependent state and a new digital dec…
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#SafeOutside: The Rise of a #MeToo Movement Outdoors

Women tell their stories of harassment and discomfort on the trail I was in my car with my dog in Utah, trying to fall asleep despite my fear. Ten days into a solo rock c…
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Andrew Cosentino

The Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center President on the hospital's mission and when he was the one taking doctor's orders Several weeks after Andrew Cosentino became…
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April 9, 2019: What to Know

Parents begin to plead guilty in the nation's biggest college admissions scandal, new bills that would tighten restrictions on citizen initiatives have appeared at the Idaho Statehouse, yet another D…
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