The eastbound Interstate 84 on-ramp at the Gowen Road Interchange will be closed around-the-clock for a month starting at 5 a.m. Monday and continuing through late August..
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After Eagle Island State Park closed its popular swimming area for 11 days following a norovirus outbreak, swimmers will be welcomed back on Saturday.
The third reading of a proposed smoking ban ordinance in Garden City was on the agenda for Monday's City Council meeting, but Mayor John Evans had the item pulled.
A private Boise law school wants the state Supreme Court to let its third-year law student take the State Bar exam while the school awaits news of accreditation.
A man found dead next to a totaled car off Bogus Basin Road Thursday has been identified as Caldwell resident Eian Wintz, 26, Boise County Coroner Pam Garlock said Friday.
A major drug ring that distributed 5,000 oxycodone pills a month to drug users in the Treasure Valley retrieved the drugs from stuffed animals and candles sent by their California supplier, an indictment obtained Friday alleges.
One of the fires sparked by a lightning storm earlier this week grew rapidly in size Wednesday and has become the focus of fire officials.
Leslie Friedley, 40, of Meridian was rear-ended while her 2005 Toyota Corolla was stopped in the far left eastbound lane due to heavy traffic. Belinda Jacobsen, 51, of Eagle crashed into the back of the Corolla with a 1989 Ford pickup.
Four district board members present at an emergency meeting Tuesday night agreed that they need to take action to prevent any future exposure of the hot springs water to the public. A dog died Sunday after jumping in the ditch.
The car was spotted about 300 feet down the embankment at milepost 11 at 4 p.m. Thursday, and search and rescue workers didn't finish retrieving the body until about 9:30 p.m.
Long-distance drivers probably love Idaho's new speed limit. But others are bracing for the worst - more crashes that are more severe. And some don't think the new limit will make much of a difference.