Water flowing through the Lucky Peak dam auxiliary tunnels is creating amazing sights and sounds. The amount of water flowing through Lucky Peak Dam is controlled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Bureau of Reclamation and the Boise River Watermaster. According to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation the outflow at Lucky Peak as of Wednesday was at 9491 cubic feet per second and Lucky Peak Dam is 58% full.
Lucky Peak auxiliary tunnels put on a show
Boiseans are ready to make a statement at this year's Women's March
Defense Secretary James Mattis visits Mountain Home Air Force Base
Bob Dole receives Congressional Gold Medal
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New Plymouth students walk out of class after they say principal was forced to resign
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Car flies into second floor of building in dramatic dashcam footage
After 112 days without power, Puerto Rico school's lights return to cheers
Their home was destroyed in the Montecito mud slides but their cat made it out alive
New drone footage shows the widening crack threatening a Washington hillside
Secretary Zinke talks about the future for the US Department of Interior
Dozens of students from New Plymouth High School staged a walkout Wednesday morning after getting news via word-of-mouth that the school's principal had resigned the day before. The students claim he was "forced" to resign and say a formal announcement should have been made to students.
Brave tourists took a plunge into a river in the world’s coldest village, Oymyakon, while on a January tour of the glacial region in eastern Russia. The uploader said temperatures fluctuated between minus 44 and minus 50 degrees Celsius during their trip.
In August 2015, CDC and SAMSHA asked the public to create unique photos/images with 6 words on how to prevent suicide. The responses to the "1 Photo, 6 Words #VetoViolence: Suicide Prevention" request were overwhelming.
Students and teachers at a San Juan, Puerto Rico, school that had gone without electricity for 112 days since Hurricane Maria struck the island was able to share a special moment on January 11 when the lights finally came back on. Academia Bautista de Puerto Nuevo posted video to its Facebook page of students and teachers running around with joy when the electricity started to work again. The video showed a glimpse into classrooms where young students could be seen jumping up and down as they celebrated.
A California couple thanked the Santa Barbara County Animal Services for reuniting them with their cat on January 15, almost a week after mudslides destroyed their home in Montecito. Santa Barbara County Animal Services said the cat, Koshka, was rescued from the family home on January 15, after their teams had checked the house daily since January 9. “Today, our Officer Pennon and his partner Lauren from the ASPCA were able to get close enough to the property and felt it was safe to access a window,” Santa Barbara County Animal Services wrote on Facebook, “They found Koshka with mud caked fur, and she was thankful to see her rescuers.”
Dramatic video shows a Dekalb County (GA) Fire Rescue Department captain catching a child dropped from a ladder during an apartment fire near Atlanta. Two different firefighters caught children dropped to them during the fire.
President Donald Trump defended himself against accusations that he is racist, this time after recent disparaging comments about Haiti and African nations. "No, No. I'm not a racist," Trump said Sunday at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Fla.