Slideshow: Flying M's 2019 Valentine for AIDS Auction Raised a Record-Breaking Amount

Slideshow: Flying M's 2019 Valentine for AIDS Auction Raised a Record-Breaking Amount

This years' Valentine for AIDS silent art auction made more than $30,600.

February 19, 2019: What to Know

Sixteen states sue the Trump administration over its emergency declaration, Bernie Sanders announces another presidential run, an early-morning fire forces a Boise family out into the cold, Karl Lagerfeld has died and Queen is invited to perform at this Sunday's Oscar ceremony.

At President's Day Rally, Boiseans Turn Out to Protest Trump Emergency Declaration, Border Wall

"There's a lot more we could be doing with our country, with our tax dollars. A lot of roads need attention, bridges. We could use a lot more workers."

Slideshow: Flying M's 2019 Valentine for AIDS Auction Raised a Record-Breaking Amount

This years' Valentine for AIDS silent art auction made more than $30,600.

Update: Beer and Wine in Historic Idaho Theaters? A New Bill Could Make That Happen

Under the bill, The Egyptian Theatre would be eligible to serve beer and wine without the same design rules as newer theaters.

February 18, 2019: What to Know

A demonstration at the Idaho Statehouse today will protest President Trump's emergency declaration, the union representing flight attendants is calling for a probe into a controversial video, an NBA All -Star Game kept scorekeepers busy, and don't even think about this year's Oscars coming in under the 3-hour mark.

Former Trump Officials Are Supposed to Avoid Lobbying. Except 33 Haven’t.

While campaigning for office, Trump rallied supporters with calls to “drain the swamp” of lobbyists and their ilk.

Non-Dairy 'Cheese' Was the Star of Lemon Tree's Vegan Valentine's Dinner

From a meat- and dairy-eater's perspective, the meal wasn't a perfect mirror to what it would have been if any ingredient had been welcome. But it did have its brilliant moments, and The Kula Connection's "cheese" was one of them.

Because Treefort: 2019 Festival Announces Official Schedule and More Bands

The 2019 festival has released its schedule and added a handful of bands to its already jam-packed lineup.

February 15, 2019: What to Know

The debate intensifies over Trump's national emergency declaration, Democrats set the rules for their first presidential debates of 2019, there's a mystery surrounding "The Woman in White" and Idaho's Aaron Paul is set to return to his Emmy-winning Breaking Bad role.

Boise Farmers Market to Move to New Location in April

"We are on our way to achieving our dream of a year-around indoor-outdoor farmers market," wrote BFM Board President Mike Sommer in an email blast. "This move is the first step."

Canyon County Highway District Commissioner McEvoy Pleads Guilty to Probation Violation Over Illegal Dump

The director of Canyon County Development Services said McEvoy had been playing a shell game, moving nuisance waste from one inspection zone on his property to others.

Author Tara Westover Opens Up About Her Education at Egyptian Theatre

Speaking at The Egyptian Theatre on Feb. 13, however, she outlined her topic—"What is an education?"—in terms of the examined life.

February 14, 2019: What to Know

Amazon nixes plans to build a headquarters in New York, Idaho's "go-on rate" remains steady despite a multimillion-dollar, state-wide effort to improve it, a new report from the Department of Education criticizes the handling of federal student loans, and allegations surface against musician Ryan Adams.

Conservation Groups Sue Over Unfinalized Protections for Mountain Caribou, Now Extinct in the Lower 48

"The Endangered Species Act gives them a year from these proposals to put a final rule in place, and they were moving along pretty well until 2016 came and then they just kind of stopped."

Dutch Bros to Spread the Love On Valentine's Day with Boise Rescue Mission Fundraiser

All of the Dutch Bros Coffee locations in Boise, Nampa and Caldwell will participate in "Dutch Luv Day."

February 13, 2019: What to Know

The T-mobile/Sprint merger hits a congressional snag, teachers are still on strike in Denver, Texans have a perhaps problematic taste for expensive cars and a new "smart mug" lets users control the temperature of their drinks.

Up In The Air: Inversion Season Is Ending in Boise, But Air Quality Still Matters

"That pollution just continues to increase and increase and increase, and it mixes at ground level, so there's no real relief."

McCall 9-Year-Old Climbs Out From 'Lonely Hole' of Rare Immune System Disorder

"If I can help one other kid get treatment early, then it's worth it."

Will Fly For Food (or Wine)

"We'll see a bit of culture, how the locals live, shop, eat—everything always has some sort of food attached to it."

Michelle Andersen

"I like to approach anything by asking, 'What's possible?' I don't like to start with reasons why we can't do something."

Knock Down, Drag Out

The political and the risque duke it out at the third-annual Boise's Next Drag Superstar

Idaho Experience: A Year at the Top

The already-popular series launches a new season Thursday, Feb. 14

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