Editorial: If two federal probes won't do it, will three? (Lewiston Tribune)

Ag Research gets $200,000 surprise (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho lawmakers boost budget for agricultural research service (Lewiston Tribune)

Report states need to protect rivers (Mountain Express)

Erpelding, others could make the minimum wage irrelevant (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Wood offers false pose on more government regulations (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Hoffman proposes federal spending accountability legislation (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

State redistricting under scrutiny in Supreme Court; Idaho wouldn't be affected (Idaho Statesman)

Clock-change bill hits a snag, dies (Idaho Statesman)

State starts sending broadband money to schools (Idaho Statesman)

Boise's proposed Uber law set for March 31 public hearing (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Senate Passes Bill To Move Presidential Primary From May To March (Boise State Public Radio)

Will Idaho Seek $30 Million Back From Broadband Contractors? (Boise State Public Radio)

3 Idaho Lawmakers Protest Senate Hindu Prayer (Boise State Public Radio)

Editorial: Beware the rhetoric on teacher pay (CDA Press)

North Idaho school districts say collapse of network contract is actually benefit (Spokesman-Review)

More protesters arrested at Idaho Capitol (Spokesman-Review)

Seven Idaho senators stay away during Hindu prayer (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho daylight saving time bill withdrawn (Spokesman-Review)

Broadband: Will state seek money back from contractors? (Idaho Education News)