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An office building is under construction on the key corner of Boise's newest urban renewal district.
Two Boise brothers got a classic rude awakening Thursday afternoon when a massive tree, hollowed by rot, fell onto their second-floor apartment on North Liberty Street.
The first Idaho Gives event in 2013 raised more than half a million dollars for Idaho nonprofits. The 2014 fundraiser will take place May 1 - but now is the time for Idaho nonprofits to get their names on the donation lists.
In a joint budget committee meeting, Sen. Dan Schmidt, D-Moscow, proposed eliminating all funding for the Commission for Pardons and Parole, which approves such things for Idaho inmates, giving them the opportunity to return to society as responsible citizens.
F. Edward Osborne, a longtime Boise resident, served in the Idaho House and Senate after retiring from Ore-Ida Foods.
Police who responded to a burglary alarm at the Taco Time in the 2600 block of Blaine Street in Caldwell early Thursday found a man inside who was on a rampage of destruction. The alarm went off shortly at about 1:39 a.m.
House Speaker Scott Bedke says he'll probably assign a bill limiting a governor's power to fill vacancies in the Legislature, but House Bill 585 likely won't get a hearing.
It’s official. Boise State University students own the new Guinness World Record for the “longest distance traveled on a slip and slide in one hour.”
Idaho House Speaker Scott Bedke is holding two bills prompted by a long, bitter water fight between the city of Caldwell and the Pioneer Irrigation District.
Idaho spent $6,821 per student in 2011, the latest year for which state comparisons are available. The U.S. average is $10,658.