Boise City Council to Mull Anti-White Supremacy Resolution

Boise City Council to Mull Anti-White Supremacy Resolution

"It’s an ordinance, and the city is committing to doing more training to making sure city employees can identify and confront white supremacy. While symbolic, much of what has been propelling white supremacy has also been symbolic."

On National Park(ing) Day, Boise Shows What City Could Be Like With Fewer Cars

"This has been a kind of guerrilla movement around the country. ... Communities should be built for [people], not for cars."

Grousing Over Groceries

Boise Co-op employees worry about new leadership and policies
"It seems like there isn't accountability anymore. I'd hate to see [the Co-op] go in a direction without people being aware."

University of Idaho Panel Recommends Embattled Professor's Dismissal

9th Circuit Court: Idaho Transgender Inmate Adree Edmo Must Receive Sex Reassignment Surgery

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Adree Enmo, an Idaho transgender inmate, should receive sex reassignment surgery.

At Idaho Black History Museum, BPD Chief Bones Talks 'Police Services'

"What's got Boise from what we saw in the '90s to what awe have today, ... it's a community of identity and purpose," Bones said, adding, "The minute we lose the relationship piece of this, that's the time when we'll start to lose this."

Embattled University of Idaho Professor Denise Bennett to Get Dismissal Hearing Monday

"I wish one administrator had the guts to say, 'We are letting you go because you have a bad attitude.'"

PETA Barbecues a 'Dog' in Downtown Boise Protest

"Most people are revolted by the thought of serving up a dog, but no one has problems with serving up other animals."

UPDATED: Hepatitis A Found in a Worker at a Third Treasure Valley Restaurant

A worker at The Frontier Club in Meridian has contracted the illness.

University of Idaho Names First Female Athletic Director

Terry Lynn Gawlik represents a new chapter in University of Idaho athletics

West Nile-Positive Mosquitoes Detected in Star

"I think it's unusual in the sense that we had West Nile in the surrounding counties for a considerable time before we had a detection in Ada County."

Updated: Salmon Runs in 2019 Expected to Be Lower Than 2017, 2018

The final piece in a series exploring dam removal and salmon conservation on the Lower Snake River

Idaho Problems, Idaho Solutions?

Part 2 in a series exploring the issue of salmon conservation and dam removal on the Lower Snake River

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