A rural Utah county commissioner told a U.S. House committee on Thursday that the Bureau of Land Management is acting like the Gestapo because the agency refused to renew a law enforcement contract with the county sheriff and are doing their own law enforcement on public land instead.
Police in New Mexico say that three teens admitted killing two homeless men sleeping in an Albuquerque vacant lot, disfiguring their victims to the point where police have not been able to positively identify them.
A new study shows that national parks and monuments boosted the economies of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho by a combined $1.15 billion last year. But if you think a river of tourism dollars alone would be enough to protect them from mining and timber exploitation, you might be wrong.
A popular contest at a festival in southeast Idaho had to be cancelled in a really big hurry last weekend after a pilot dropped some 3,000 ping-pong balls worth assorted prizes on Interstate 15 instead of the waiting crowd.
An Idaho Christmas tree company is facing a jolly old federal lawsuit alleging that they lured five men from Mexico to the United States with the promise of good, high-paying jobs only to force them into a brutal Dickensian nightmare in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California.