Early Voting Underway at Locations Around Boise and Garden City

Get a head start on voting at any of these locations.

Climate Change of Clothes

ShareTagg makes closet-cleaning an environmental and entrepreneurial act

Updated: Safi Has Been Found Safe

Safi, who was reported missing on Oct. 18, was found safe that same day.

Boise Police Officer Arrested on Felony Rape Charges

The suspect, an officer with the Boise Police Department, was behind bars on Wednesday.

A Go Around the 9th Circuit

U of I Law grad Danielle Hunsaker could end up on the 9th Circuit Appellate Court

The Not-So-Quiet American

Michael McFaul talks the arc of U.S.-Russia relations

Engineering a Better Department at Boise State: 'Maid' Author Stephanie Land Speech Dovetails Diversity and Inclusion Efforts

Boise State University will bring in author Stephanie Land will discuss motherhood and poverty in front of the engineering school.

BSU Hosts Diversity & Inclusion Conference Amid Political Turmoil

“The fact of the matter is, we all have a part in that conversation of what is the 'Idaho way.'"

Wheels of Time

Meridian branch of international non-profit gets seniors moving

City of Boise Gifted Large Foothills Parcel for Wildlife Preservation

The Boise City Council will vote on approving the donation at its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 8.

New Boise High Logo Goes Live

The change comes on the heels of the school board’s decision to officially transition away from Boise High’s original mascot, the Boise Braves, which was offensive to Native Americans. In August, the school’s mascot was changed to “Boise Brave.”

Former UI Communications Professor Arrested in Lewiston on Drug, Burglary Charges

The former University of Idaho communications professor was arrested without a warrant on Sept. 20 on felony charges of burglary and possession of a controlled substance, and a misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Idaho Conservation League in Atlanta Gold Lawsuit

The judge ordered the company to pay roughly $500,000 as restitution for the violations on top of the $2 million the company was charged in 2012, also stemming from Clean Water Act violations.

A Fox in the Henhouse

An anti-Semite seeks a seat on the Garden City City Council

UPDATED: Boise City Council Approves 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."

Hundreds Storm Idaho Statehouse in Downtown Boise to Call for Action on Climate Change

“The activists back then, and us right now, we’re carrying them with us."

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."

No Planet B

Boise youth activists join global movement calling for action on climate change

Boise Police Chief Bill Bones Announces Retirement

Former Boise Police Chief Mike Masterson will serve as interim chief until a permanent replacement is found, according to the City of Boise.

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."

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