Federal stream gauge information knocked out in 43 states

Officials say about 10 percent of a national network of 8,300 stream gauges used to measure potential flooding isn't reporting information and workers are giving highest priority to fixing gauges where expected rainfall could cause flooding.

Women's March on Idaho 2019

On Jan. 19, 2019, Idahoans are encouraged to join the Women's March on Idaho, in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington.

Lawyer: Boise mass stabbing suspect needs to be committed

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Attorneys representing the man accused of killing a 3-year-old child and wounding eight others in a mass stabbing at an Idaho apartment complex say he needs to be committed to a state hospital for mental health treatment.

Zags get rematch with much-improved Ohio State

When Ohio State and Gonzaga met in the PK80 Tournament early this season, it was the Buckeye's fifth game under new head coach Chris Holtmann. The Bulldogs walked away with a lopsided scoreboard, but Ohio State says they're a completely different team.

No late game lead, no problem for this year's confident Zags

The identity of this year's Gonzaga team is confidence. Even when University of North Carolina Greensboro had a two point lead with under two minutes to go in round one of the NCAA tournament, there was no doubt in any of the Zags minds who would come out on top.

Zach Norvell Jr. shoots Zags to late victory

It was a tough shooting night for Zach Norvell Jr., until it mattered. Gonzaga got a scare from a hungry No. 13-seeded University of North Carolina Greensboro team Thursday morning, but squeezed out a victory late.

Idaho House leader secretly records meetings

An Idaho House leader set up a security camera in his legislative office to record meetings with fellow lawmakers, lobbyists and constituents.  He says it's in response to the wave of sexual misconduct allegations erupting across the country.