Sun rays and water sprays mixed with live music waves as Boise kicked off the 31st anniversary of Alive After Five. The popular event has returned to a newly improved plaza after a year of construction.
Michael Deeds’ recent column, “12 uncool things about Boise” got a lot of people talking in online comments and on social media. It flew over the heads of some stony-faced Idahoans. Others enjoyed the sarcasm. Michael shares some of the best of th
During the Idaho Public Television debate between Republican governor hopefuls Tommy Ahlquist, Brad Little and Raul Labrador, the candidates offered their thoughts on President Trump. Labrador criticized Ahlquist for voting against Trump.
The Gene Harris Bandshell in Julia Davis Park caught fire on Monday, April 23, shortly after 8 p.m. Three Boise Fire Department engines tried to save one of Boise’s civic treasures, using hoses to get under the Spanish-style ceramic tiles.
Lee Rice was driving westbound Interstate 84 on December 26, 2011 when a trooper pulled him over for not using his turn signal for five seconds. When Rice refused to show his driver's license and get out of the car, the trooper called in a Code 3.
Scentsy, Inc. was named as one of the best places to work in the direct selling industry. This is the first time Scentsy has been named to the Best Places to Work list, compiled by the Direct Selling News, in the 14 years they've been in business.
Employee Marcus Richardson talks about kratom at the Sugar on Magnolia store in Bellingham in 2016. The Drug Enforcement Administration is banning kratom for two years. People say they take it as a natural painkiller.