At least 4 people are confirmed dead after a car crash on Interstate 84 involving two semi trucks. The crash, which shut down I-84, sparked huge flames. Mountain Home Air Force Base confirmed at least 3 airmen were involved.
U.S. Sen. Jim Risch, Idaho Republican, is among numerous American politicians pursued by Paul Manafort's Ukrainian lobbying effort now investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller. Campaign donations prompted an FEC complaint.
Caldwell, Idaho murders: Search for former Utah man Gerald "Mike" Bullinger continues a year after he disappeared, leaving the bodies of 3 women in a shed. People who knew him say he was violent, manipulative, cheated on wives.
Amity Elementary students and staff left a permanent mark on the inside of the 1978 building to say goodbye before it's demolished. Considered revolutionary for its time, the school has an earthen roof.
Chow public market is slated to open June 21 at 7609 W. Overland Road in the Boise Spectrum. Restaurants include Aladdin's Egyptian Cuisine, Good Burger and Bluwave Tacos, along with tenants selling coffee, cheeses, gelato and more.
Developers Rafanelli & Nahas plan a 10-story office building across the street from the Boise Plaza, which the company also owns. A ground-floor food hall would open onto a pocket park planned by the city of Boise.
Donut Daze, a new restaurant serving fried chicken, doughnuts and waffles, will open June 13 at 160 N. Eighth St. in Downtown Boise. The restaurant plans to stay open late, appealing to weekend Idaho bar crowds seeking sweets.
The Road to X Games, Boise Pridefest and the Harley-Davidson race will cause road closures and packed parking lots this weekend. The City of Boise has tips on how to avoid traffic jams and where to grab a shuttle.
Boise's growth has raised concerns about congestion and soaring home prices. So the city scheduled two public workshops on growth. They filled quickly. Now it has expanded those and added a third. But officials still have a waiting list.
Long-billed curlew bird numbers in conservation areas near Boise in Treasure Valley are declining due to poaching says Boise State University scientists. Public outreach and working with BLM and Fish and Wildlife are the key to conservation.