Snake River Stampede

Snake River Stampede

Celebrating its 102nd birthday, the Stampede is billed as the "wildest, fastest show on Earth."
Continues through Saturday, July 22 at the Ford Idaho Center
July 20, 2017: What to Know

July 20, 2017: What to Know

The latest on John McCain, O.J. Simpson, Facebook and Christopher Nolan's distaste for Netflix.
F-35s in Boise? 'We Don't Know What We Don't Know'

F-35s in Boise? 'We Don't Know What We Don't Know'

The city of Boise and a grassroots neighborhood group are in a dogfight over proposed mission
"A lot of the fears that are being stirred up out there seem to be based on incomplete or inaccurate information."
Midsummer Nightmares

Midsummer Nightmares

Idaho Horror Film Festival has a few summer thrills up its short sleeves
A Nightmare on Elm Street pajama party and a Jaws pool float

The Early Bird Gets the (Cheap) Beer

Bittercreek offers sour brew lovers a discounted start on Funk Fest 2017

July 20, 2017: What to Know

The latest on John McCain, O.J. Simpson, Facebook and Christopher Nolan's distaste for Netflix.

Idaho Restaurants Win Worldwide Wine Spectator Awards

Wine Spectator, a world authority on wine, recognized eateries from Boise and beyond for possessing some of the world’s best wine collections: Bella Aquila, Candle in the Woods, Capitol Cellars, Chandlers Steakhouse, The Narrows, Fork Restaurant, Il Naso and Mai Thai Restaurant and Bar—

F-35s in Boise? 'We Don't Know What We Don't Know'

The city of Boise and a grassroots neighborhood group are in a dogfight over proposed mission

Idaho to One-And-Done Landlords During Eclipse: Don't Forget To Collect Taxes

"We really want to make sure people know what's required."

The House of Maud

Maudie is the story of one tiny artist with a heart as big as Canada

Isabella Boylston

American Ballet Theatre principal will bring world premiere back home to Sun Valley

Snake River Stampede

Celebrating its 102nd birthday, the Stampede is billed as the "wildest, fastest show on Earth."

Gem State Gaming Convention

Special guests include sculptor/illustrator Brittany Lindstrom, video game designer Eric Wile and Tucker Smedes, founder of the company CardLords.

Idaho Humane Society's 27th Annual Lawn Party

To ensure the party remains exclusive, the address will go out to ticket purchasers only.

New Belgium's Fat Tire Tour de Fat: Battle of the Bands

Boise's favorite excuse to drink a lot and ride a bike slowly, is heading back to town this August and is in search of the perfect musical act.

Alive After Five: Magic Giant

The group's newest album, In the Wind, was recorded inside a giant Redwood tree.

James McMurtry, Tuesday July 25 at Neurolux

The Boise stop is part of his "Up the East Slope, Down the Left Coast Tour."

Midsummer Nightmares

Idaho Horror Film Festival has a few summer thrills up its short sleeves

Vudu's 'Disc to Digital' Mobile App Feature

Movie buffs still have sprawling collections of discs that they're loath to give up

Idaho Power Registered All-Time Peak Record July 7

Idaho Power representatives say a new record high likely would have been set on July 6, but the company dispatched its largest demand-response program: Irrigation Peak Rewards.

Video: Watch Highlights of the 2017 Twilight Criterium

Los Angeles-based Justin Williams and San Diego-based Jennifer Valente won the men's and women's professional races, respectively.

July 18, 2017: What to Know

Pulling the plug on Trumpcare, bad news for artificial sweeteners, a big win for the U.S. women's water polo team and Vanity Fair says some British tabloids have sunk to a new low.

Boise Police Looking For Cyclist Re: Alleged Road Rage Incident

Anyone with information is being asked to call Crime Stoppers at 343-COPS or they can leave a tip using the "P3 Tips" app on a mobile device.

July 17, 2017: What to Know

A new low for Donald Trump, Idaho ends the FY 2017 in the black, the governor continues to recover from back surgery, mourning the loss of two Hollywood icons and Roger Federer takes game, set, match and championship.

Lost Mothers

An estimated 700 to 900 women in the U.S. died from pregnancy-related causes in 2016. We have identified 120 of them so far

Report: 'Extreme' Use of Painkillers and Doctor Shopping Plague Medicare

Some Medicare beneficiaries are being prescribed opioids by 10 or more doctors, or are filling prescriptions for more than 1,000 pills a month. Hundreds of doctors appear to be prescribing indiscriminately.

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