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Boise’s New Recycling Program Asks Consumers To Help Solve A Global Problem

When China put a ban on plastics at the beginning of the year, it sent shockwaves through the global recycling market. Cities across Idaho and the country have been struggling to find a new use for their recycled material.

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Boise will again be a part of this year’s X-Games. Tickets for BMX biking and skateboarding qualifying rounds are now on sale.

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It’s been another strong month for Idaho’s job market. The state added more than 1,300 jobs in April.

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A man and woman in Emmett were taken to the hospital yesterday after exposure to an extremely acidic substance. The incident was serious enough to get a response from the Idaho National Guard.

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Idaho Republican leaders on Thursday rallied behind a message of unity just days after many of them faced off in heated and contentious primary contests.

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The Idaho Board of Education is extending the search to find a new president to lead Boise State University.

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Cat lovers can get a caffeine buzz while scoping out potential furry friends in Hailey later this year.

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The Idaho Conservation League joined other environmental groups Wednesday to challenge a relaxation of federal mining pollution rules.

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While many focused on the races for governor and Congress in yesterday’s primary, a big shakeup happened in eastern Idaho.

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Idaho's most consequential primary in years came to a close early Wednesday morning with establishment Republicans and a grassroots Democrat taking their respective top spots.

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Former State Representative Paulette Jordan has won the Democratic primary in Idaho’s gubernatorial race. If Jordan wins in November, she’d become the first woman governor of Idaho and the first Native American governor in the country.

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Idaho Reporters' Roundtable: May 18, 2018

Gemma Gaudette discusses the week's events with a roundtable of Idaho journalists including Kimberlee Kruesi of the Associated Press-Idaho , Bill Manny, community engagement editor with the Idaho Statesman and Betsy Russell of the Idaho Press-Tribune .

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