Dr. Peter Rork, president and pilot of the nonprofit Dog Is My CoPilot, has been flying dogs from overcrowded shelters in the South to shelters in northern states, including Idaho, since 2012. He's a former commercial pilot and retired orthopedic surgeon who donates a lot of his time and money to help rescue dogs and other animals.
'I like dogs better than most people I know'
Meridian student proves cyberbullies wrong: She's succeeding
For Idaho couple caught in Medicaid gap, life is about just ‘hanging on’
Paul Ryan protest in downtown Boise
This Boisean is blind, but she saw the solar eclipse anyway
Time lapse shows sun tracking as it is eclipsed at Boise Depot
Traffic jam on Highway 97
In small-town Stanley, visitors and locals totally prepare for total eclipse
This Boisean helped eclipse watchers see our closest star — the sun
This astrophysicist finally got the chance to see an 'indescribable' eclipse of a lifetime in Idaho
Watch the sun go out in Stanley, Idaho -- and come back again
Traffic backs up in Oregon as eclipse viewers head home.
The cyberbullying started with little rumors. By the time she was a freshman, Rylee Driscoll started believing the rumors, feeling helpless and worthless. The way out, she says now, is to believe in yourself.
Joseph Biello's mother wouldn't let him see the eclipse when he was seven years old. But he became an astrophysicist — and has waited all these years to see a total eclipse, which he saw in Stanley, Idaho.
“The Lowe Files” follows Rob Lowe and his two sons, Matthew and John Owen, as they travel through the country to explore infamous unsolved mysteries, a curiosity that Rob has had since his early childhood days and has now been passed down to his boys.
Gov. Butch Otter performs a pinning ceremony marking Idaho Army National Guard Col. Russel D. Johnson's promotion to brigadier general on Aug. 15, 2017. It was one of Otter's first public appearances upon his return from surgeries and an infection that kept him out of the office for five weeks.
Naga Chandrasekaran, vice president of process R&D, and Elizabeth Elroy, senior manager of Boise site facilities, lead a tour of a clean room at Micron Technology Inc.'s new research and development building in Boise.