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Boise-to-Los Angeles flight makes emergency landing in Reno

A Delta flight travelling from Boise to Los Angeles made an emergency landing in Reno. KRNV-TV reported that Reno Tahoe International Airport spokeswoman Trish Tucker confirms the plane was diverted Sept. 11 during the early morning hours. A spokesperson for ...

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Survey: Corporations are souring on Delaware legal climate

Delaware appears to be losing its favored legal climate status among corporate attorneys and executives. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform said that after ranking first in all 10 previous surveys, Delaware’s overall legal climate ranked 11th ...

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Idaho revenues exceed forecasts in August

Idaho officials say the state’s tax revenues for August came in 1.6 percent higher, or $4.1 million more, than originally projected. The Idaho Division of Financial Management reporter Sept. 8 that the state’s August revenues also came in 5.2 percent ...

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A word with Pete Gombert of Goodwell

Pete Gombert is the founder of Goodwell, a nonprofit organization that certifies organizations such as companies or local governments using eleven metrics related to the treatment of employees. Gombert is an entrepreneur who created Balihoo, a Boise software company that ...

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Utah won’t appeal undercover farm filming decision

Utah won’t appeal a decision striking down a law banning secret filming at farm and livestock facilities. The Utah Attorney General’s Office said in court documents that the state isn’t planning to challenge the ruling that found the law violated ...

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Meetings set on Idaho plan to regulate water pollution

Federal authorities are holding five public meetings around Idaho the week of Sept. 11 that are part of Idaho’s plan to take over regulating pollution discharge into the state’s lakes and rivers. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is accepting comments ...

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Late-season wildfires cause cancellations, delays

Heavy winter snow and a very wet spring in the Western U.S. generated predictions the 2017 wildfire season would be tame. But it’s shaping up to be one of the worst in U.S. history in land burned. Across the region, ...

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Billions of dead trees force US fire crews to shift tactics

Vast stands of dead timber in the Western U.S. have forced firefighters to shift tactics, trying to stay out of the shadow of lifeless, unstable trees that could come crashing down with deadly force. About 6.3 billion dead trees are ...

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Endurance pays off for Idaho River Sports (access required)

Store owners Jo Cassin and Stan Kolby couldn’t have dreamed up a prettier scene for Idaho River Sports than the first weekend in June. The 55-acre Esther Simplot Park, with 23 acres of ponds, was full of families splashing, paddle ...

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