More Than 100 Federal Agencies Fail to Report Hate Crimes to FBI National Database

The gaps in data damage efforts to understand the nature and scope of violence driven by racial and religious hatred.

June 23, 2017: What to Know

The fate of the Yellowstone grizzly, a bad week of motorcyclists, photos of a Boise bandit and the FCC wants to slap a suspected robocaller with a record-setting fine.

Planned Parenthood, Idaho Dems Aghast at Senate GOP AHCA

"The cruelty of this bill is shocking."

June 22, 2017: What to Know

Our first look at the Senate GOP plan to upend Obamacare, a fatal motorcycle crash on State Street, E. coli forces the closures of popular Boise swimming areas and Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers ask, "Really?!"

New York Times Reports on Deposition of Bruce Jessen, Former Idahoan and Co-Architect of CIA Torture Program

The depositions of Jessen and Mitchell contradict accounts by others of the doctors' enthusiastic participation in designing the CIA program, as well as the doctors' own correspondence.

June 21, 2017: What to Know

A significant loss for Dems in Georgia, Bowe Bergdahl returns to court, Amazon's newest venture and introducing the Lucky Charms milkshake.

Boise 'Made Better' By Its Newest Citizens

'It's the oxygen that breathes life into our community."
In spite of President Trump's efforts and mixed messages from the Idaho Statehouse, the City of Boise continues to embrace its refugee population.

St. Luke's Begins Massive Expansion

The sequoia removal is a prelude to a far larger aspect of the master plan

The Hidden Cost of AHCA to Rural Idahoans

AHCA contains another potential landmine that could have an even greater effect on Idahoans

Anne Leibow

Building a unique downtown business, using the proper smoke on the BBQ and accessing the Wi-Fi to achieve the perfect grill
"We promised ourselves from that moment we would spend the rest of our lives giving back to the community."

UPDATE: Boise 4th of July Fireworks Show Moved to Expo Idaho

“We appreciate Ada County and Garden City working with the city to ensure this year’s event quickly found a new home."

Solarizing the Treasure Valley, One Roof At a Time

“Why would [people] not opt for clean energy that also offers an economic boost? Converting to solar is the intelligent thing to do."

How Two Common Medications Became One $455 Million Specialty Pill

After I was prescribed a brand-name drug I didn’t need and given a coupon to cover the out-of-pocket costs, I discovered another reason Americans pay too much for health care.

June 21, 2017: What to Know

A grim discovery in Caldwell, a big election in Georgia, the Boise Hawks launch their home season at Memorial Stadium and Boise prepares for a very long, hot day.

In Flint Water Crisis, Could Involuntary Manslaughter Charges Actually Lead to Prison Time?

Prosecutors will try to prove five Michigan officials were responsible for a Legionnaires’ death because they knew about the problem, but failed to warn the public.

June 19, 2017: What to Know

A possible terror attack outside a London mosque, unemployment and labor participation continue to decline in Idaho, and Game of Thrones in your daily headline roundup.

Slideshow: Sixteen People Become U.S. Citizens During Boise Refugee Day Celebration

Check out our slideshow of the Saturday naturalization ceremony.

Trump White House Quietly Rolls Back Civil Rights Efforts Across Federal Government

Previously unannounced directives will limit the Department of Justice’s use of a storied civil rights enforcement tool, and loosen the Department of Education’s requirements on investigations.

Boise Police Investigating Possible Hate Crime

The victim said he was driving through the area when three men flagged him down.

June 16, 2017: What to Know

Trump's reversal on "dreamers," Amazon is buying Whole Foods and the Hawks are rained out.

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