Chad Christensen, a Republican, made light of the incident in the state House, after saying on social media that he had "got in trouble."
The child sustained a gunshot wound on Tuesday at a property in Castleford, a city in Twin Falls County, Idaho.
Less than fifteen minutes into the meeting, Boise Police requested that it be adjourned after hundreds of protesters gathered outside of Central District Health building.
Wildlife officials are warning people in mountain lion country to stay "vigilant" and keep a close eye on their pets.
The man was ordered by a court to pay $1,200 after pleading guilty to multiple charges—including foot travel in a thermal area and violating closures and use limits.
Idaho's Lt Gov. Janice McGeachin was filmed in her truck, holding a gun and bible as part of a video to protest COVID restrictions despite a rapid rise of cases in the state.
Spiking virus cases and an influx of COVID-19 patients requiring hospital care prompted Idaho Governor Brad Little to reimplement restrictions on public gatherings, restaurants and other venues this week.
Weekly new cases in the U.S. have been rising since late September, according to data from the World Health Organization.
Several states in the Midwest of the country, including North and South Dakota, have reported the highest number of infections per capita in the last week.
"When I was standing there...I honestly could imagine, accurately I believe, what a Jewish person felt in the '30s in Germany," Bundy said of being asked to wear a mask.
Idaho is being sued for continuing to enforce a "crimes against nature" law that was used to criminalize consensual gay sex.
The Moscow, Idaho, Police Department's public activity log confirms the three arrests and two additional citations issued for health violations during the religious event.
High winds and "critically dry" fuels allowed the fire to spread rapidly and officials told residents to leave their homes on Friday morning.
The church, which has nearly 1,200 members, reopened in May for in-person services but has allowed and even encouraged its congregation members to gather without masks.
The dozens of snakes discovered included exotic species from southeast Asia, Africa and Central and South America.
The late Holly Blair shared her plans for the afterlife—which includes flying across the moon on her broomstick on Halloween.
The militia leader was protesting a COVID-19 related civil liabilities bill that would allow groups to be sued if they disregard government health mandates.
The state lawmakers said they support a bill giving school districts power in deciding whether schools can remain open during public health crises.
A new report by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Association showed a 40 percent increase in COVID-19 cases diagnosed among U.S. children during the last two weeks of July.
Mississippi saw the largest jump in the country over the last 14 days.
Families were invited to a party aimed at raising money for the school district's nonprofit arm.
Georgia, Iowa, Utah and Louisiana each reported around a 42 to 61 percent increase in new cases on Friday.
Alaska, Idaho, Iowa, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota and Tennessee have yet to issue face mask orders.
Raquel Pearson's 8-month-old son Lucas requires special thickeners to be able to eat and the family, from Nampa, Idaho rely on online deliveries to get the essential supplies.
"I let my frustrations get the better of me," Sara Brady, 40, said.
An Idaho mother of six faces a possible $1,000 fine and six months in jail for allegedly violating the governor's stay-at-home-order.
"They are already calling him Little Hitler—Gov. Little Hitler," Republican Idaho state Representative Heather Scott said, referring to Governor Brad Little.
According to University of Utah Seismograph Stations the two largest aftershocks reached 4.6 on the moment magnitude scale, occurring at at 8:02 am and 1:12 pm on Wednesday, March 18.
"The policy was unconstitutional two years ago, and it is still unconstitutional today," Lambda Legal attorney Kara Ingelhart told Newsweek.
Bailey Nielsen, 11, appeared before lawmakers in Boise, Idaho alongside her grandfather, Charles Nielsen, as they debated whether to allow visitors to the state to carry concealed handguns.