Cities react to Idaho's urban renewal law changes (Press-Tribune)

Early primary voting starts Monday (Press-Tribune)

Amid reports of racism and stabbing, Pocatello tells Muslims they're welcome here (State Journal)

Watchdog Group Gives Idaho 'F' Again on Spending Transparency (Times-News)

Obama Spokesman Slams Risch on Supreme Court Comments (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Doze through this primary and you'll regret it (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho's Risch could become big ally of small businesses (Lewiston Tribune)

NW senators weigh in on the politics of justice (Lewiston Tribune)

Puerto Rico debt crisis prompts feds to act (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho drafts water sustainability plan (Capital Press)

Do we have an accurate picture of the Medicaid gap population? (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Tax day means higher taxes for Idaho’s working poor (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: Too bad it’s too late to recall the West Ada School District recall (Idaho Statesman)

Columbia and Snake sockeye decimated by 2015’s warm rivers (Idaho Statesman)

Gateway West power line runs through the lives of Westerners (Idaho Statesman)

Adams County sheriff candidate decided to run before Idaho rancher shooting (Idaho Statesman)

In need of brain surgery, Idaho woman can’t get insurance or Medicaid (Idaho Statesman)

How A TED Talk And A Public Radio Host Shamed Pocatello Into Changing Its City Flag (Boise State Public Radio)

Yates bashes state leaders in secretly filmed video (Post Register)

First candidate forum for Supreme Court race takes place Tuesday (Spokesman-Review)

Natural resources expert seeks court seat (CDA Press)

Littlejohn, Redman take part in debate (CDA Press)

The latest, grim college completion numbers (Idaho Education News)

Rexburg lawmaker removes Ed News' photo from campaign video (Idaho Education News)