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Idaho at 1:30 p.m.
MISSOULA, Mont. — Wildlife advocates pressed a Montana judge Thursday to restore federal protections for a group of about 700 grizzly bears and block hunting that’s set to begin this weekend, but the judge said he would not make an immediate ruling. By Matt Volz. SENT: 814 words.
IDAHO HOMELESS STUDENTS
NAMPA — A new report says the number of Idaho public school students experiencing homelessness has grown by 64 percent over seven years. SENT: 130 words. Will be updated.
BC-FBC--T25-BOISE STATE-TROY PREVIEW CAPSULE
No. 22 Boise State (11-3 last year) at Troy (11-2), Saturday 6 p.m. ET (ESPNEWS)
Line: Boise State by 10.
Series record: Boise State 1-0.
WHAT’S AT STAKE?
Both want to prove they’re among the top Group of Five teams. For Troy, that would mean upsetting a team that has made 16 straight bowl appearances. SENT: 299 words.
UPSIDE-DOWN HUNTER RESCUED: Oregon hunter rescued after hanging upside-down for 2 days
IDAHO TRAFFIC FATALITIES: Crashes in Idaho have killed 93 people since Memorial Day