AP-ID--Idaho News Coverage,ADVISORY, ID
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Idaho at 1:45 p.m.
SUPREME COURT-SALMON CULVERTS
SEATTLE — Washington state must continue restoring salmon habitat by removing barriers that block fish migration after the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left in place a lower court order. The justices divided 4-4 in the long-running dispute that pits the state against Northwest Indian tribes and the federal government. The tie serves to affirm a lower court ruling in favor of the tribes. By Phuong Le. SENT: 770 words. WITH AP Photos.
IDAHO FALLS — Idaho’s tax revenues keep growing, driven in part by a strong economy. The Post Register reports the state collected about $3.4 billion in tax revenue by the end of May. That’s nearly $1 billion more than the state collected during the same period in 2014, and about $300 million more than that time last year. SENT: 300 words.
FISTFIGHT-FATAL: Police: Boise man died after fistfight
BODY FOUND-RIVER: Body pulled from northern Idaho river
UI BIOFUELS: University of Idaho gets biofuel research grant