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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Idaho State Police
The Idaho State Police (ISP) is the statewide law enforcement agency for the state of Idaho. It was created on May 18, 1919 as the Bureau of Constabulary, under the new Department of Law Enforcement, to detect and investigate crime, "order abatement of public nuisances and to enforce such orders by appropriate court action, to suppress riots, prevent wrongs to children and dumb animals that are inhibited by law." The state constabulary was also charged with the organization of various state, county and municipal peace officers. - Source: Wikipedia
Idaho State Police says a 31-year-old man and two juveniles were taken to a hospital after their car drove into Arrowrock Reservoir.
A 24-year-old man shot twice in the torso during an exchange of gunfire with a law enforcement officer in southwestern Idaho has died.
An Idaho State Police trooper has been suspended without pay as authorities investigate accusations he engaged in criminal activity in two northern Idaho counties in 2013.
A 55-year-old Juliaetta man died over the weekend after being struck by a pickup truck while crossing the street.
The state of Idaho says its sovereign immunity from lawsuits should protect the Idaho State Police from being sued in a license-plate profiling case.
Heroin use is increasing across America but doesn't appear to be widespread in Idaho, accounting for only about 1 percent of all drug arrests in the state.
A man was killed in a single-vehicle crash Monday in Shoshone.
Idaho's top Democratic lawmakers have asked the FBI to investigate private prison company Corrections Corporation of America for possible criminal wrongdoing at the state's largest prison.
Idaho's settlement with private prison company Corrections Corporation of America releases the company from all civil liability connected to the understaffing at the prison south of Boise, as well as any liability stemming from staffing issues not yet discovered.
A 24-year-old North Dakota man was arrested after an Idaho State Police officer found 56 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle as he traveled through southeastern Idaho.
Gay rights activists were arrested Thursday and jailed after refusing to voluntarily lift an hours-long Senate blockade aimed at pressuring lawmakers into backing anti-discrimination protections.
A drug dog pilot program started two years by Idaho State Police has been so successful that three new dogs will join the force in March.
Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has ordered the state police to conduct a criminal investigation of understaffing and falsified documents at a private prison operated by Corrections Corporation of America (CCA).
The Idaho attorney general's office is calling for a criminal investigation into Correction Corporation of America's understaffing of the Idaho Correctional Center after learning that a police investigation announced last year was never done.
State officials appear to remember different versions of events regarding whether or not the Idaho State Police had launched a criminal investigation into understaffing and falsified reports at a prison operated by Corrections Corporation of America. Here's some of what they've said over the past 12 months: