Idaho Reports returns to Storyfort

EVENT CANCELED The Idaho Reports team has made the difficult decision to cancel our Sept. 24 Storyfort event. While our panel was scheduled at an outdoor venue, and Treefort organizers are requiring either proof of vaccination or a recent negative test to attend, we are concerned about sending the wrong message if we were toContinue reading “Idaho Reports returns to Storyfort”

Idaho Reports to air live show Thursday on crisis standards of care

By Ruth Brown, Idaho Reports  Idaho Reports will air a live special Thursday featuring medical experts from around the state to discuss the recent coronavirus surge and hospital capacity at 8 p.m., Sept. 9. The special, called “The Consequences of Crisis Care,” comes after two public health districts in Idaho reached crisis standards of careContinue reading “Idaho Reports to air live show Thursday on crisis standards of care”

Where to find Idaho Reports content over the summer

By Melissa Davlin, Idaho Reports The Idaho Reports’ broadcast schedule is temporarily on hiatus, but the IR team is still working hard over the summer to report on how decisions made in Boise affect you, no matter where in Idaho you live.  Starting June 16, Idaho Reports will release new podcast episodes every Wednesday afternoon,Continue reading “Where to find Idaho Reports content over the summer”

Justice Bevan selected as new Idaho Supreme Court chief justice

By Melissa Davlin, Idaho Reports Starting January 1, the Idaho Supreme Court will have a new chief justice. Justice G. Richard Bevan has been elected as the new chief justice by his colleagues. Current Chief Justice Roger Burdick will continue to serve as an associate justice after his term ends on Dec. 31. Chief justicesContinue reading “Justice Bevan selected as new Idaho Supreme Court chief justice”

The Idaho Reports blog has a new home

Welcome to the new Idaho Reports blog. Here, you’ll find more frequent updates and links to web extras. We switched platforms to give us a little more flexibility with our reporting, and we’re excited for the possibilities. If you’re looking for old posts from 2013-early 2020, visit our archived site. And remember to update yourContinue reading “The Idaho Reports blog has a new home”