U.S. reviewing 700 bombing videos from Mosul to determine its role in civilian deaths

The U.S. military is reviewing more than 700 videos of bombs it dropped on the Iraqi city of Mosul, following reports that hundreds of civilians had been killed by U.S.-led airstrikes against the Islamic State in the campaign to retake the city. Local reports said that as many as 200 civilians, including women and children, had been killed at the same site as a March 17 airstrike while hiding in buildings from the increasingly bloody street-to-street battle in residential areas.

Eight-lot commercial project planned in Boise’s West Valley neighborhood.

Idaho Central Credit Union has proposed building a 6,400-square-foot branch at 11211 W. Fairview Ave., Jim Chambers said. It’s unclear how much total square footage the eight buildings would occupy if built. City planner Andrea Tuning said the maximum built space allowable is 30 percent of the total property size, or about 110,000 square feet.

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Boise police officer Kevin Holtry talks about being shot: "It's done, it's all over, it's behind me."

Boise Police Cpl. Kevin Holtry talks about the day he was shot multiple times by fugitive Marco Romero in November 2016, and his goals of recovery and return to the force.
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Boise police officer Kevin Holtry talks about being shot: 4:44

Boise police officer Kevin Holtry talks about being shot: "It's done, it's all over, it's behind me."

Idaho Fish and Game traps, moves mountain lion kittens 1:45

Idaho Fish and Game traps, moves mountain lion kittens

Eagle hatchery tries to protect its endangered sockeye from flooding 1:56

Eagle hatchery tries to protect its endangered sockeye from flooding

Don Massey, owner of Advanced Marble, talks about former employee Marco Romero 1:06

Don Massey, owner of Advanced Marble, talks about former employee Marco Romero

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