May 21, 2019: What to Know

May 21, 2019: What to Know

President Trump orders Don McGahn to defy a Congressional subpoena, Idaho voters head to the polls, the first named tropical storm of the Atlantic hurricane season gathers force, Game of Thrones fans begin to exit HBO and Sesame Street introduces Karli, a young Muppet in foster care.

Lauren McLean Files to Run for Boise Mayor

On May 20, Boise City Council President Lauren McLean filed paperwork to run for mayor.

May 20, 2019: What to Know

Morehouse College seniors receive a stunning graduation present, the FAA investigates an Owyhee County plane crash, Eurovision picks a new winner, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? gets canceled and Pringles will pay someone $10,000 if they can guess the mystery flavor of its new potato chip.

May 17, 2019: What to Know

The SAT will add a so-called "diversity" score, tickets to see Garth Brooks in Boise go on sale today, Theresa May says she'll soon step down as Britain's PM, a new study warns about eye damage from LED lighting and get set for this weekend's game-changing finale of Game of Thrones.

May 16, 2019: What to Know

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is running for President in 2020, today marks the end of an era for the Marian Pritchett School in Boise, the FCC makes a bold move to battle robocalls and a stainless steel rabbit sculpture breaks an art auction record.

May 15, 2019: What to Know

San Francisco pushes back against facial recognition technology, the Boise River will drop a bit further today, Hollywood mourns the passing of Tim Conway, the curtain goes up on the Cannes Film Festival and Disney takes full control of Hulu.

Renaming Parks is Hard Work

Boise City Council has voted to rename Quarry View Park and Castle Rock Reserve in honor of the First Peoples of the Boise Valley.

May 14, 2019: What to Know

U.S. farmers are growing impatient with the trade war, another Democrat has joined the field of 2020 presidential hopefuls, tickets for the Boise X Games qualifier go on sale today, Feliicity Huffman pleads guilty, there will be no funeral for Doris Day and Haagen-Dazs is scooping free ice cream.

Boise Now Offering Reserved Parking Spaces at Airport

“We have heard from many frequent travelers in our community that they would be willing to pay a little more to ensure a close-in parking space."

May 13, 2019: What to Know

Trump's chief economic adviser admits both sides suffer in a U.S./China trade war, vandals hit Kathryn Albertson Park, Washington State will have a first-of-its-kind healthcare plan, film legend Doris Day has died and the TV networks will entice advertisers and viewers this week when they unveil their fall lineups.

May 10, 2019: What to Know

President Trump ramps up the trade war with China, it's a big weekend for Idaho college graduates-to-be, Uber begins its initial public offering and we get our first glimpse of Renee Zellweger as Judy Garland.

Health and Welfare Confirms Thousands of Idahoans Personal Data Accessed Without Authorization

"The Department of Health and Welfare and OS Inc. take this incident and the security of personal information very seriously."

May 9, 2019: What to Know

Pope Francis issues a groundbreaking decree, the house in the middle of Jefferson Street will stay there for another week, Denver voters approve a "magic mushroom" initiative, Mexico warns the U.S. about skyrocketing tomato prices and little Archie meets his great-grandmother.

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    President Trump orders Don McGahn to defy a Congressional subpoena, Idaho voters head to the polls, the first named tropical storm of the Atlantic hurricane season gathers force, Game of Thrones fans begin to exit HBO and Sesame Street introduces Karli, a young Muppet in foster care.
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