Local officials are raising concerns about new voter registration software being implemented across Idaho.
A local senator says he has two very important meetings with the governor this week in Boise.
Republican Senate President Brent Hill says he won't seek re-election.
In January, Bannock County Sheriff Lorin Nielsen announced that he will not run for re-election. On Thursday, he announced that he will be retiring earlier than expected.
One local businessman is hoping to close some loopholes in Idaho law.
After nearly 20 years serving in state government, Idaho District 29 Representative Elaine Smith announced her retirement today.
The two newest Pocatello City Council members reveal the city's new plan to improve city-resident relations.
It’s week three going into the Idaho legislation session.
Some Bannock County polling locations have changed.
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