Idaho lawmakers will consider legislation that would put into state law an Idaho Supreme Court decision on who owns in-stream stock watering rights on federal land.
Returning the Eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer aquifer to a sustainable level is a monumental task
Unprecedented flooding in Southern Idaho raises concerns over regulatory compliance. State veterinar
Idaho crop experts caution waterlogged grain could be at a heightened risk of diseases, including py
The pesticide seeped into the soil after state and federal agencies used it to eradicate a potato pest called pale cyst nematode.
A bill introduced in the Idaho Legislature would require farmers and others who currently use dyed fuel to pay the taxes on diesel fuel up front and apply for a refund.
Idaho Power Co. has suspended its cloud seeding, already having an ample mountain snowpack.
The lawsuit claims the federal agency is basing wolf control actions on an outdated environmental assessment from 2011.
Initial results of the “smart bee storage” facility show winter death loss at 6 to 7 percent.
University of Idaho has hired a new director and a promoted a worker to be a full-time greenhouse manager for its nuclear seed potato program, and intends to invest in new infrastructure.
Ken Nelson and Clinton Wissel have been inducted into the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Hall of Fame.
Idaho and Oregon state officials are scrambling to find ways to handle the estimated 200 million pounds of ruined onions that have to be disposed of by April 15.
The Idaho and Oregon governors pledged to do everything they can to assist with recovery efforts.
Widespread flooding is damaging crops and fields and stressing livestock.