Report: University of Idaho Killed Feral Cats Without City, State Authorization Much-Anticipated Refugee Exhibition Ready for Downtown Boise Installations The Wheels Will Start Turning This Weekend on Massive St. Luke's Redesign Spokane Changes 'Columbus Day' to 'Indigenous People's Day'

Report: University of Idaho Killed Feral Cats Without City, State Authorization

"Over the summer, the seven identified cats were trapped and the veterinarian ruled each to be feral, sickly and unlikely to recover."

The Wheels Will Start Turning This Weekend on Massive St. Luke's Redesign

Beginning, Thursday, Sept. 8, crews will t begin preparing a large, brick medical office building at Jefferson and Avenue B in order to move the structure to Meridian.

Treasure Valley Air Quality Further Compromised by Fires

The poor air quality from the two Treasure Valley fires and the effects of the Pioneer Wildfire, still burning in the Boise National Forest, forced some school districts to cancel some of their outdoor trainings or events Monday evening.

Spokane Changes 'Columbus Day' to 'Indigenous People's Day'

"We have come to understand the myth."

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CityDesk

Slideshow: Check Out Pictures From This Year's Boise Library Comic Con

Check out our slideshow of the Library Comic Con 2016!

Jim Jefferies at the Morrison Center

Friday, Aug. 26
"My whole skill in life is being able to say horrible things and still seem likeable.”

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Rec

UPDATED: Municipal Park Renamed After Boise Olympian Kristin Armstrong

The city encourages attendees to come to the park by bike in honor of Armstrong's latest win. Boise Bicycle Project will provide a bike corral.

Western Idaho Fair

Runs through Sunday, Aug. 28
There are certainly fairs and festivals aplenty in every corner of Idaho, but the Western Idaho Fair is still the Shangri-La for nearly 250,000 attendees each August.

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Lo and Behold: Werner in the World Is Herzog Taking Us Now?

Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World
“Look into the eyes of a chicken, and you’ll see real stupidity."

Strange Attraction

The pitch-perfect nostalgia of Netflix's new series Stranger Things and the dark-hearted allure of BoJack Horseman
To call Stranger Things a success is downplaying its effect, with fans and critics alike gushing over its feast of nostalgic homages coupled with a genuinely gripping story.

The Third Annual Idaho Horror Film Festival Brings New Life to the Undead

Big-name guests and early screenings build anticipation for film fest
IHFF strives to get Idaho filmmakers involved. There's a locals-only category—called Spud and Guts—and Idahoans aren't charged for their submissions.

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Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio Throwdown

We blind tasted three of each with Northwest Pinot Gris the winner.

Mexican-Style Lagers

With apologies to our south-of-the-border friends, American craft breweries—having taken the style to heart—are producing some admirable results.

Bites of Boise

New nosheries, established eateries and food-and-drink fests
All the news that's fit to eat.

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Dr. Adria David and Valerie Uhlorn

Back to school, their own educational roots and the 'boo-hoo, yahoo room'
"We have a separate room, the "boo-hoo, yahoo" room," and about 15 minutes after kindergarten starts, we have to start moving the parents out. So, we say, let's head to "boo-hoo, yahoo" where there's coffee and donuts. At some point, we have to start celebrating."

Lt. Col. David Frakt

In the shadows of Guantanamo
"They invented war crimes and they invented a new category of war criminal."

Mariah Walton

A matter of faith and death
Mariah Walton appeared on the Today Show and Good Morning America to insist Idaho law needs to protect children from parents who use their faith as a shield when accused of neglecting their children’s well-being.

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