Once Upon a Wall: Boise Children's Book Author Pens a Blue Book in a Red State

Once Upon a Wall: Boise Children's Book Author Pens a Blue Book in a Red State

Catalina and the King's Wall features very contemporary themes
"So, the idea to write a book literally just popped into my head as I was standing there," she said. "But I had no idea what I was getting into at the time."

Listen to Children Who’ve Just Been Separated From Their Parents at the Border

ProPublica has obtained audio from inside a U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility, in which children can be heard wailing as an agent jokes, “We have an orchestra here.”

Police Blotter: Weapons Arrest at Boise Airport, Drug Possession Arrest at Two-Vehicle Crash

One faces a felony count of violating the Idaho Statute for Aircraft Hijacking, another is charged with DUI and possession of a controlled substance and stolen property.

Snail Mail Will Play The Funky Taco on Friday, June 22

"What I really would love to be known for is my songwriting.”

June 18, 2018: What to Know

Growing outrage over the Trump administration's policy for separating families at the U.S. border, Idaho State Police continue to investigate a fatal I-84 crash, Warner Brothers cracks down on rogue Harry Potter festivals, and Incredibles 2 flexes its superpowers at the box office.

X Games Qualifier Will Return to Boise in 2019

“The event and team at Boise Parks and Recreation provides an incredible fan experience, and we look forward to building on that... in 2019."

Another Dangerous Weekend on Gem State Roadways During Idaho's 'Deadliest Days'

Police agencies across the region remind the public that the span of time between Memorial Day and Labor Day are known as the "100 deadliest days of driving."

Oregon Court System Shields Evaluation of Alleged Killer

Last year, Oregon officials tried unsuccessfully to keep secret records on a man found “guilty except for insanity” in a 1996 kidnapping. Now, the state court system is refusing to release a key record in his new murder case even though it's not “legally confidential.”

Slideshow: Boise Pridefest 2018 Flew the Flags, Drew the Crowds

"Celebrate the people and what people are about. Politics will always be there."

Slideshow: Boise X Games 2018 Kick(flip) Off at Rhodes Skate Park

Brandon Loupos, a Men's BMX Park competitor: "I never thought I would come to Idaho to ride bikes. I think it's important to showcase how cool our sport is—not just on TV."

A Sport Is Born: Professional Quidditch Arrives in Boise

Boise Grays player Matt McCracken: “It's different than people think. It's a contact sport, not just a nerdy sport.”

Idaho Power, Intermountain Gas, Suez Water Idaho Customers Seeing Drop in Monthly Utility Bills

Typical residential customers of Idaho Power could see a drop of nearly $7 per monthly bill, while Suez Water Idaho bills will drop by about 5.6 percent.

June 15, 2018: What to Know

A new trade tiff with China could have a big impact on Idaho, Boise firefighters battle a Foothills fire, we can expect another El Nino next winter and the boys of summer return for another season.

Alive After Five, June 13: BW Polls Attendees on Pridefest, X Games and (Gulp) Eating Bugs

At this week's Alive After Five, BW asked attendees about their weekend plans and how adventurous their palates were.

June 14, 2018: What to Know

The nation's largest child care facility acts more like a detention center, Boise State renews a big endorsement deal with Nike, the World Cup gets underway, and get set for the World Barista Championship.

Out of Eighth Street, Into the Fryer: Donut Daze Opens in Downtown Boise

Donut Daze, which is open late, is putting its focus on the fried: fried chicken, jo-jo potatoes and, of course, donuts.

Go Big, Go Proud: Our Guide to Boise Pridefest

Just in time for the Pridefest parade and rally at the Capitol, we have something special: a complete list of events and sponsors, and an event map.

June 13, 2018: What to Know

Trump declares that North Korea is no longer a threat, Alec Baldwin insists that he could win a presidential race, the Boise Fire Department lifts its "dangerous river" condition and here's a first look at the new live-action Dumbo.

Pride and Politics

Celebration and education come well before politics at Pridefest

Once Upon a Wall: Boise Children's Book Author Pens a Blue Book in a Red State

Catalina and the King's Wall features very contemporary themes

The Blues Can't Stop Him Now: The Everlasting Power of Buddy Guy

On Thursday, June 21, Guy will step onto the stage of The Morrison Center to give Boise a wailing dose of the Chicago blues.

Death, Donuts and Ice-Skating: Spiritual Warfare Shakes Loose with ad hoc

Project creator Joel Marquard said, "It might be that I just get bored and am always looking for weird or interesting music to listen to."

Angela Hemingway

The Idaho STEM Action Center Director talks grants, reaching kids and the importance of role models.

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