September 25, 2017: What to Know

September 25, 2017: What to Know

NFL players' protest grows in the wake of Trump remarks, a new travel ban, a missing wheelchair, higher wages at Target and will fans pay $6 a month to watch the new Star Trek?
Cheryl Shurtleff Remembered at Boise Art Museum

Cheryl Shurtleff Remembered at Boise Art Museum

A retrospective of the late local artist's work opens later this month
Watch the Sparkage Fly

Watch the Sparkage Fly

Local developer creates affordable app to help small businesses incentivize and retain customers
ACHD Signs Up for CodeRED App to Deliver Ada County Emergency Alerts

ACHD Signs Up for CodeRED App to Deliver Ada County Emergency Alerts

The Ada County Highway District is asking people to download CodeRED so users can receive emergency alerts. ACHD will pay the makers of the app $42,000 per year to use the service.

September 25, 2017: What to Know

NFL players' protest grows in the wake of Trump remarks, a new travel ban, a missing wheelchair, higher wages at Target and will fans pay $6 a month to watch the new Star Trek?

Major Grant to Idaho Voices for Children Addresses Gap in Behavioral Healthcare Access

"While our state has made some progress, our system is not meeting the needs of thousands of Idahoans who struggle with mental illness and substance use disorders."

What We Do and Don't Know About Facebook's New Political Ad Transparency Initiative

The short answer: It leaves the company some wiggle room.

ACHD Signs Up for CodeRED App to Deliver Ada County Emergency Alerts

The Ada County Highway District is asking people to download CodeRED so users can receive emergency alerts. ACHD will pay the makers of the app $42,000 per year to use the service.

September 22, 2017: What to Know

More ugly tweets on a day of peace, Facebook's "Frankenstein moment," nasty charges against a former top official in the Idaho Controller's office, more snow atop Bogus and the richest woman in the world has died.

Leaders Break Ground on Housing-First Development for Chronically Homeless in Boise

"This is the hardest thing cities work on," said Boise Mayor Dave Bieter. "None of us can take this issue on alone."

September 21, 2017: What to Know

A race against time in Mexico City, Boise remembers Officer Mark Stall, a dangerous day at Yankee Stadium and Lara Croft and Sarah Conner return.

Failing Charter Schools Have a Reincarnation Plan

Converting into private schools — and using voucher programs to thrive on the public dime.

Watch the Sparkage Fly

Local developer creates affordable app to help small businesses incentivize and retain customers

Phil McGrane, Ada County Elections and Bender

When might there be online voting in Idaho?

Boise Film Festival

Thursday, Sept. 21 through Sunday, Sept. 24

Cheryl Shurtleff Remembered at Boise Art Museum

A retrospective of the late local artist's work opens later this month

The Unexpected: Premium TIFF Premieres Entice and Surprise

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri wins top audience prize

Karen Havey Writes Series Score, Releases New EP

Animal Warmth will be showcased at Boise Film Festival

Hasan Elahi

On digital privacy, hiding in plain sight and smartphones as master spies

Boise Skateboarding Competition Goes Big to Raise Awareness for Addiction

September is National Recovery Month and the perfect time to launch a new kind of recovery-centric event

Jinkx Monsoon Sings Everything!

Friday, Sept. 22 at The Egyptian

Meg Bryant is "Somebody"

Friday, Sept. 22 and Saturday, Sept. 23 at BCT

Aaron Lewis

Saturday, Sept. 23 at The Knitting Factory

Josh Ritter

Sunday, Sept. 24 at The Record Exchange

Bogus, Brundage, Tamarack Get First Tastes of Snow

Snow fell at Bogus Basin, Brundage and Tamarack. It's a sample of depths of powder to come.

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