U of I demands $2,400 to review — and perhaps release — Phoenix public records

The bill centers on Idaho Education News’ request for records mentioning “Project Neptune,” a code name for the University of Phoenix. And it comes as Boise State University’s approach to public records is also under fresh scrutiny.

Idaho’s merit semifinalists announced

The nationwide pool of semifinalists represents less than one percent of all U.S. high school seniors. INSIDE: Find out who made it from Idaho.

NIC trustees quickly — and unanimously — make leadership change

Mike Waggoner will chair the often-divided board of trustees, replacing Greg McKenzie.

Giving back: Vandal student-athletes are big brothers in Moscow

University of Idaho men’s basketball coach Alex Pribble created a mentoring program for his players.

Moving forward: West Bonner board welcomes new trustees

“It’s time to come together,” said interim superintendent Joe Kren.

North Idaho technical school inspires entrepreneurial careers

Kootenai Bridge and Venture Academy seniors are skipping college, avoiding student loans, and using their high school training to become business owners after graduation.  

West Bonner’s new leadership team faces a myriad of issues

Delays with the district’s forensic audit could force the state to withhold this month’s support payment estimated to be $1.5 million.

Troy’s accountability and collaboration produce consistent academic success

Ranked among Idaho’s best, the tiny district near Moscow embraces the community’s high expectations.

FBI returns to murder scene for site work

Investigators will be at the house on King Road today and Wednesday, as they work to create visual and audio exhibits and a physical model of the murder scene