Legislative committee questions Caldwell urban renewal practices (Press-Tribune)

Bujak resigns from Idaho State Bar (Press-Tribune)

Prosecutor: Transportation Group Broke Open Meeting Laws for 25 Years (Times-News)

State Launches New College Admissions Initiative (Times-News)

3 New Wilderness Areas Spark Toll Talk, Mountain Biker Dejection (Times-News)

Twin City Council Gets Look at Wastewater Plant (Times-News)

Jerome Assistant Finance Director Elected 1st VP of State Group (Times-News)

Editorial: Pope arrives with some baggage (State Journal)

Local Catholics look for inspiration, challenge from papal visit (State Journal)

Investigator recommends against prison for Bergdahl (Mountain Express)

Anti-grazing groups upset following release of range management plan (Associated Press)

Myron Gilbert, Paul Fortin pull out of races for Boise mayor, council (Idaho Statesman)

Jewell: Sage grouse won’t get listed (Idaho Statesman)

Open Government Seminars Coming To McCall, Boise And Nampa (Boise State Public Radio)

During Stop In Boise, FAA Director Touts Education, Outreach For Safe Drone Use (Boise State Public Radio)

‘Tell us what we can and cannot do’ (CDA Press)

Gun rally next week in Cd’A (CDA Press)

Caldwell mayor focuses on kids (Idaho Education News)

Bush's foundation plays roll in Idaho's mastery rollout (Idaho Education News)

Otter, Risch, Crapo, Labrador issue statements on sage grouse decision (Idaho Reports)