Actor Matt Damon and "Jason Bourne" producer Frank Marshall walk the red carpet as shouting fans ask for selfies Wednesday July 20, 2016 at The Village in Meridian. The duo brought the fifith film in the black-ops thriller series to Meridian for an advance screening and to help raise money for the Treasure Valley YMCA's new South Meridian Family YMCA.
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Members of the Idaho Second Ammendment Alliance protest a visit by actor Matt Damon for the advanced screening of his latest film "Jason Bourne" Wednesday July 20, 2016. The group waved pro 2nd ammendment signs for passersby honking their car horns at the corner of Eagle Road and Fairview Avenue, near The Village theaters where Damon was making a red carpet appearance. Damon recently expressed support for tough gun-control laws enacted in Australia. The local gun-rights group was protesting Damon's sold-out screening for promoting a film that uses the same guns he wants the government to control.
Put your phone in a plastic baggie. National tour Uprising: The Paint Fight will return March 4 to the Revolution Center in Garden City. After the venue is draped in plastic, a DJ will crank tunes while paint guns are handed out to fans. Then the multi-color madness begins. Paint cannons will blast streams from upstairs. Black lights will make everyone glow with neon paint. It's a big, huge production and a big, huge mess. It drew about 2,000 people last time it visited, according to RevCenter owner Creston Thornton. "It's a crazy party!" he adds. Tickets are $15 at Ticketfly.
Sage is a St. Luke's Health System staff member who gets called in when a patient is upset, confused or angry. "It's amazing to watch what (it does to) some of the folks that are in crisis, just the arrival of that friendly four-legged creature," the health system's security director said. Sage recently helped to calm an elderly patient at St. Luke's Meridian Medical Center who had been upset and wanted to leave the hospital. Sage was accompanied by Security Operations Supervisor Josh Schwenken.
Robert Geddes, director of the Idaho Department of Administration, offers a look into the camps Idaho bought from HP Inc. in Boise. The state will begin moving state agencies into the buildings this year.
Alberto Contreras Jr. talks about the opening of Panaderia Coalcoman, a bakery specializing in pan dulce. Contreras also talks about their family-run butcher shop, grocery and restaurant on Fairview Avenue.
Jackie and Jason Bargabos operate Aloha Auto, a repair shop on State Street near the intersection with 36th Street. The high volume intersection is being reconstructed by ACHD to create a roundabout traffic system that Jackie says will put traffic just five feet from her office window.
An off-shore storm in the Pacific caused flooding and damage to coastal towns across Washington and Oregon on Thursday, January 18. Video by Laurie Collin Deranleau shows waves hitting the shore in Westport where waves reached about 30 feet high. The US Coast Guard Station At Quilayute River also took video of showing the ocean swell near the mouth of the river in the village of La Push, Washington. A large amount of ocean foam can be seen washed up on the shore.