Idaho

Lori Vallow Daybell conspired with her new husband, Chad Daybell, to hide or destroy the bodies on his rural Idaho property, prosecutors say.
Chad Daybell, whose stepchildren haven’t been seen since September, is being held without bond following the discovery at his Idaho home.
The Native American former state legislator is making a historic run against Republican Sen. Jim Risch.
The militiaman’s comments, one civil rights activist said, "crossed a moral line."
It’s the militia leader’s latest escalation in his attempt to use the COVID-19 pandemic to spread his extremist, anti-government views.
The law "subjects all female athletes to the possibility of invasive genital and genetic screenings," an American Civil Liberties Union attorney said.
Lori Vallow and her husband Chad Daybell are being investigated for conspiracy, attempted murder and murder, according to Idaho prosecutors.
The legislation approved by Gov. Brad Little ban trans people from correcting their birth certificates and stops trans girls from competing in gender-aligned sports teams.
The state legislature has yet to pass any measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but it has found time to pass two unprecedented anti-trans bills.
The ban, if signed by Gov. Brad Little, will subject athletes to invasive tests, LGBTQ advocates say.