March 22, 2019: What to Know

An anti-Brexit petition crashes its website, showers return to the Treasure Valley, Mayor Dave Bieter launches a Boise Kind website, Emilia Clarke shares details of a major medical scare and CVS says it will soon market CBD products.

March 21, 2019: What to Know

New Zealand moves to ban military-grade weapons, a controversial Medicaid bill passes through an Idaho House committee, March Madness tips off, the daytime Emmy nominations are unveiled, and how would you feel about a McDonald's-themed sofa in your living room?

Trust for Public Land Ranks Boise No. 1 for Dog Parks

“Dog parks are one of the fastest growing components of parks,”

March 20, 2019: What to Know

Theresa May asks for another Brexit delay, a "super moon" ushers in Spring, American major leaguers are technically on their home turf in Japan today, McDonald's tries out a vegan menu in Scandinavia and the House of Mouse has officially gobbled up Fox.

A LOT to Lose

"Our local option tax changed the way we are able to deliver services. It made a huge difference in terms of quality of service to our community. It's an important element."
If Idaho resort communities grow too big, local option taxes might be at risk

Chelsea Handler

"I needed to do something authentic, something meaningful. Look, I've made a living by oversharing in my comedy, and I wasn't really planning on writing anything like this unless I had something to say."
On staying 9 years old, loss, recovery and Robert Mueller

Tommy Orange

The author of There There talks about bucking stereotypes and the Gertrude Stein quote that gave his book its name
"I think there are ways to write compelling and interesting stories when it comes to fiction in ways that don't exploit other people's details."

March 19, 2019: What to Know

New Zealand's Prime Minister won't speak the name of a suspected gunman, a Vape-tax proposal surfaces at the Idaho Statehouse, the Lady Broncos lace up for the Big Dance, researchers say they're pretty sure they know who Jack the Ripper was and Sony unveils the poster for Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Two Years After Flood Damage, Restored Plantation Island Bridge Hoisted Into Place

The Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands, founded in 1972, is Idaho's oldest land trust.

March 18, 2019: What to Know

A deadly shooting puts the Netherlands on alert, a home explosion in McCall kills one and injures another, Southwest begins service to Hawaii, Bollywood is remaking Forrest Gump and Trump threatens a federal investigation into SNL.

Slideshow: At Youth Climate Strike in Boise, Students Call for Action

"Sometimes you have to be radical and loud to have your voice heard."

March 15, 2019: What to Know

A mass shooting leaves 49 dead in New Zealand, Boeing 737 Max airliners are still grounded and kids across the globe are walking out of school today as part of an international Youth Climate Strike.

March 14, 2019: What to Know

Boise could commit to transitioning to 100 percent renewable energy by 2040, Beto O'Rourke is running for president, and the families of victims of the massacre at Sandy Hook have found a novel way around legal protections for gun manufacturers.

Meet the High School Students Behind Boise's Youth Climate Strike

The Youth Climate Strike takes place in Boise on the steps of the Idaho Statehouse.

Idaho State Board of Education Announces Finalists in Second Search for New Boise State President

The five candidates—three men and two women—all work at universities outside of the Gem State.

Idaho State Board of Education Announces Finalists In Search for New U of I President

In the coming week, the five finalists will stop by U of I's Moscow campus and its Boise outpost.

March 13, 2019: What to Know

Dozens of parents are charged in the nation's biggest college admission scam, the Boise State women's basketball team is one win away from a conference championship, California puts an end to executions and don't mess with the chickens at France's Gros-Chene farm.

Treefort Co-founder Megan Stoll

"We're trying to reinvest back into our community, be economically sustainable, and give a damn about our planet."
The Treefort co-founder on the past, the present, and why you'll need three pairs of shoes

March 12, 2019: What to Know

Idaho voters go to the polls to decide the fate of a long list of school bonds and levies, the Boise State women's basketball team continues its march toward a championship, an alert goes out for tourists at two popular Spring Break destinations and there's a new list of the happiest and unhappiest cities in America.

March 11, 2019: What to Know

Boeing stocks take a hit, a new formula to fund Idaho schools surfaces at the Statehouse, new travel restrictions will go into place in 2021 for many EU nations, the Powerball jackpot grows and Captain Marvel delivers truth, justice, popcorn and soda.

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