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Idaho Secretary of State asks Governor Little to delay May Primary Election


Biden wins Idaho presidential primary


Poll workers see low turnout for Tuesday's presidential primary


Idaho Democrats to use primary instead of caucus


Officials test ballot counting machines ahead of Tuesday's election


VOTER'S GUIDE: March 10 election ballot items


Shoshone School District looks to pass supplemental levy


Filer School District looks to pass supplemental levy in upcoming election


Kimberly School District seeks to pass supplemental levy


School bond, levy elections could end for March and August


Idaho Democrats opting for primary, rather than a caucus


March and August school bond, levy elections could end


UPDATED: Legislation to limit rerunning bond votes heads to Senate


Cassia County School District looks to pass supplemental levy on March 10 election


Lincoln County asks voters to complete survey on old courthouse


$11.5 million fire bond passes in Ketchum


Gooding County sheriff discusses next steps after bond fails


Blaine County sees high voter turnout in Tuesdays election


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Updated: 03/13/2020 - Amid cancellations across the U.S. and increasing concern, President Donald Trump also banned U.S. travel to Europe for 30 days, beginning Friday at midnight.

Posted: 02/19/2020 - Gray DC talked with FAA Deputy Administrator Dan Elwell about what the grants mean for the airports.

Posted: 02/13/2020 - Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli explained how the New York policy could expand to other sanctuary cities.

Updated: 02/10/2020 - The Governors discuss topics like repairing the nation's roads, lowering healthcare costs and battling the opioid epidemic.

Updated: 01/30/2020 - Officials from the White House and Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services said the Healthy Adult Opportunity program will be optional for states across the country.

Posted: 01/24/2020 - Idaho residents wouldn't have to fall back or spring ahead for daylight saving time under proposed legislation.