The Idaho gubernatorial candidate slammed Donald Trump for stereotyping all immigrants as "criminals."
"We cannot vaccinate enough of the public to fully eradicate the disease," Dr. Steven Nemerson said.
Hunters can be paid between $500 and $2,500 per wolf depending on location in the state. The state has budgeted $200,000 for the program.
The politician was accused of rape by a 19-year-old intern in March who said that he sexually assaulted her in his apartment after they had dinner.
The Daybells had a scoring system, assigning every person a "light" or "dark" rating to designate whether that individual had made a contract with God or Satan.
The conspiracy theorist did not provide any further details about who, where or how the centuries old person voted.
"The only way that this state is going to rid itself of these far-right radicals is to get more people into that Republican primary," said Bob Kustra, a former president of Boise State University.
"This allegation was patently without merit from the first look," Idaho's Chief Deputy Secretary of State Chad Houck said.
"I am in Texas performing my duties as the duly elected Governor of Idaho, and I have not authorized the Lt. Governor to act on my behalf," Brad Little said.
Republican Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney investigated and refuted the MyPillow CEO's claim that votes were stolen from Trump.
Idaho health care workers say they're tired of being demonized by conspiracy theorists who think that COVID-19 is a hoax and the vaccine is an experimental form of government control.
Hospital officials in Montana are calling their current surge of the Delta variant the worst they've seen during the entire pandemic.
"The situation is dire – we don't have enough resources to adequately treat the patients in our hospitals," Director Dave Jeppesen said.
Vallow and her husband, Chad Daybell, are accused of killing Vallow's teenage daughter, young son and Daybell's first wife.
On Wednesday, the parents at Peace Valley Charter School in Boise, Idaho were notified that students would no longer be required masks, even though the Delta variant is spreading rapidly across the state.
"We remain dangerously close to crisis standards of care," said Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Director Dave Jeppesen.
Under the "crisis standards of care" designation, hospitals are permitted to dole out resources, like ICU beds, to patients with the highest chance of survival.
Reports were made in 2019 about the children's safety, but they were not investigated because there was no showing of abuse or neglect, DCS siad.
It remains unclear why the bodies were left to begin decomposing or why fetuses were being stored at the location in Pocatello.
"I don't think anybody will ever be ready to...make the kinds of decisions that we're concerned we're going to have to be making," Dr. Bill Dittrich said.
"We're excited, and we really do think that the heartbeat bill strategy is working," said Blaine Conzatti, president of the Idaho Family Policy Center.
"Just as the wolf went from predator to prey, so shall you," said an anonymous letter sent to at least two Idaho state lawmakers after they voted for the state's wolf law.
"We are dangerously close to activating statewide crisis standards of care," Governor Brad Little said Tuesday.
The lawsuit claims that the injuries sustained by the child include a traumatic brain injury, concussion, and right knee injury.
"Witnesses reported a male suspect physically assaulted a female, forced her into a vehicle, then fled the scene," said the Ogden (Utah) Police Department in a statement.
A man is working toward breaking world records to inspire people to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
On Wednesday, former Idaho Republican Party Chairman Jonathan David Parker was returned to jail by a probation officer on an agent's warrant.
Court filings from state prosecutors allege that the cruelty and motivation of the killings make Daybell a danger to society.