Slideshow: Boise's Natatorium Pool Will Again Host 'See Spot Splash' on Monday

Slideshow: Boise's Natatorium Pool Will Again Host 'See Spot Splash' on Monday

So that every pooch gets some pool time, there will be separate one-hour sessions, beginning at 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. The maximum capacity is 60 dogs per hour.

Another Fatality in Idaho's 'Deadliest Days'

Idaho State Police said the driver and a passenger were wearing seatbelts; but a third passenger was not wearing a seatbelt and was thrown from the vehicle. The third passenger died at the scene

August 17, 2018: What to Know

A Red Flag Warning for much of southern Idaho, a gleeful announcement at NYU Medical School, the Western Idaho Fair opens and the reviews are mixed for the musical version of Pretty Woman.

Slideshow: Maureen O'Hara's Treasured Items Are For Sale at Boise's Ricochet Home Consignment This Weekend

Among the items for sale will be vintage decor, dishes, dolls, perfumes and an assortment of vintage clothing, purses, hats and shoes. O'Hara's grandson will attend Friday night's celebration of what would have been his grandmother's 98th birthday on Friday evening.

August 16, 2018: What to Know

The Queen of Soul dies at her Detroit home, President Trump revokes the security clearance of a former CIA director, an historic home will roll away from St. Luke's tonight, the Idaho State Board of Ed will take up pregame alcohol sales at Boise State again and YouTube pulls an ad for a new film.

Army Partners With Boise-Based US Ecology on Vet Jobs Program

The deal allows Army enlistees to get job training and qualify for positions at US Ecology after being discharged, or following their military training.

Meridian Citizens Will Soon Be Able to Register for a Plastics Recycling Program... At Least, 1,500 Households Will

Interested Meridian households will be able to register online begin Monday, Aug. 27, at noon, to participate in the program at no additional cost.

August 15, 2018: What to Know

A major sexual abuse scandal rocks the Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania, an Eagle man is jailed after driving the body of a deceased woman to a local fire station, Tesla's board of directors has a problem with its CEO and the hosts of the upcoming Emmy Awards say award shows really aren't that big of a deal.

Plea Hearing for Boise Stabbing Suspect Delayed Again

Ada County Prosecutor Jan Bennetts has yet to indicate whether her office will seek the death penalty on the murder charge.

Idaho Activists Cheer Court Ruling Blocking Forced Oil and Gas Leases Against Homeowners' Wishes

"Every Idaho landowner should be worried that an outside oil company can come here, drill your land, take your oil or gas while exposing your family and greatest lifetime investment to tremendous risk and pay you a pittance for doing so."

Boise Officials Announce Second Round of Community Conversations on Growth

Mayor Dave Bieter said the initial conversations revealed "a deep love for out city's quality of living," but added that attendees also expressed concerns about housing affordability, transportation, cultural and environmental preservation, and governance.

August 14, 2018: What to Know

A tragic bridge collapse in Genoa, a terrorist attack in London, a Treasure Valley cyclist is killed, Aretha Franklin is gravely ill and hundreds of stolen Netflix, HBO and Hulu passwords are being sold on the "dark web." On the bright side, Disney has released a first glimpse of its live-action Mulan.

August 13, 2018: What to Know

A national coalition of newspapers will push back against Trump's attacks on the media, two Idaho little league teams are heading to national championship tournaments, two 11-year-olds hack into a replica of the Florida election system and a rooftop bathtub cinema will be appear in Tokyo next weekend.

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