There's spooky stuff going on at the Old Idaho Penitentiary on the nights before Halloween, including tours of the only haunted cell house in Boise, the Zombie "Thriller" Dance, and ghosts of inmates of the past.
Idaho Old Penitentiary Frightened Felons
Keep an eye out for this giant peacock in Boise this week
Hit-and-run in Boise causes estimated tens of thousands of dollars in damage
Boise is getting a bike skills park. See what can you do on a pump track
Boise State football opens spring practice 2018
Highlights of Boise State's Mountain West tourney game vs. Utah State
Boise State coach Gordy Presnell's postgame speech to his championship team
Watch highlights of Boise State's tourney win vs. Air Force
Burley's cheerleaders use odd props during Friday's halftime performance vs. Century
Boise State women's basketball team welcomes Mountain West trophy
Boise State grad competes on Jeopardy!
Longtime Boise smokehouse demolished due to State Street construction
Boise State women hit four shots, including half-courter, in synchronized display
Colossal Collective is a group of creative individuals that volunteer their time to build large-scale puppets with donations and grant money for music festivals in the Pacific Northwest. The group has built puppets like Jungo, the giant gorilla that made an appearance at Treefort 2017, to bring "child-like wonder" to festival attendees. This year at the Treefort Music Festival, Colossal Collective will debut Penelopeacock, a colossal peacock puppet featuring LED lights and an animated personality.
Construction workers tore into the former Smoky Davis building on Monday morning, demolishing the longtime smoked-meat restaurant that was forced to close due to the ongoing construction at the intersection of State Street and Veterans Memorial Parkway. Vanishing Boise, a group dedicated to preserving local landmarks, streamed the demolition live on Facebook.
Boise State A'Shanti Coleman (layup), Braydey Hodgins (free throw), Riley Lupfer (3-pointer) and Shay Shaw (half court) tried to hit their four shots in rapid succession. They did it. (Video courtesy of Riley Lupfer/Boise State)
Astronauts Joe Acaba, Mark Vande Hei and Scott Tingle, in orbit aboard the International Space Station, answer questions from students at Timberline High during a 20-minute call coordinated by Boise State and NASA's Year of Education on Station program.