With Little Debate, House Passes Teacher Pay Plan (Times-News)

Groups seek national park status for Craters (Idaho Mountain Express)

Mayor in legal dispute with former fiancé (Idaho Mountain Express)

PCN-affected spud growers plead their case to Idaho lawmakers (Capital Press)

Idaho grain, cattle producers agree on ‘open range’ plan (Capital Press)

This land is your land ... (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Infrastructure funding possible without raising taxes (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho's flurry of concealed weapons bills reflects national gun trend (Idaho Statesman)

Les Bois Park tells employees it will shut if racing ban passes (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho's Les Bois Park Will Close If State Bans Instant Racing (Boise State Public Radio)

As Parents, Idaho Lawmakers Have Seen Need For Anti-Bullying Bill (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Mom Wants Lawmakers To Pass One Of Two Hemp Oil Bills (Boise State Public Radio)

Two Idaho Republicans Pitch Preschool Pilot Program Dubbed 'Kindergarten Preparedness' (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho House Panel OKs Business Equipment Tax Cut Expansion (Boise State Public Radio)

Legislators hopeful to end session (CDA Press)

Idaho House backs 5-year plan to raise teacher pay (Spokesman-Review)

State amphibian bill clears Idaho House (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho lawmakers kill knife-rights bill by one vote (Spokesman-Review)

Education groups oppose highway funding plan (Idaho Education News)

Report: State has 'sunk' $61 million into Schoolnet (Idaho Education News)