Raoul Johnson is all over Bishop Kelly's athletic program as an All-Idaho defensive lineman, a starter on the Knights' basketball team and the district's reigning long jump champ. But he's also an aspiring rapper who has released his first music video and performed at Treefort in March.
Brundage Mountain on Saturday held its 10th annual pond skimming competition, where competitors try to make their way down a snowy hill and across an icy body of water. This year's tournament saw competitors on snowboards, ski bikes and even a makeshift three-person ski.
Brake failure caused a truck to crash into a Nampa convenience store about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. According to Nampa police, this is the third time in 45 days that a vehicle has driven into a building in Nampa. No one was hurt Tuesday, but the driver was cited for careless driving.
Extensive erosion from the Boise River at flood stage has forced officials to remove the south bridge leading to Plantation Island along the Boise Greenbelt in Garden City. On Monday, April 3, 2017 Inland Crane Co. was hired to hoist the bridge off the river.
Idaho Humane Society spokeswoman Allison Maier introduces Oliver, a rabbit who needs a home. You can visit Oliver and the rest of the shelter animals at 4775 Dorman St. from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on any day of the week.
After the shooting, a couple of Advanced Marble employees talked about some odd behavior. “I think toward the end, he thought a couple of his immediate supervisors were working for the FBI, trying to frame him,” Massey said. “He went a little off the wall on us.” Massey said he heard Romero wrote a letter of apology to his co-workers from jail. Some were too afraid to come to work when he was on the lam, Massey said.
Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch testified at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday that he'd have no trouble exercising judicial independence. "I make a decision based on the facts of the law," stated Gorsuch.