On Veterans Day, four Idaho women veterans credit their time in the military for instilling a sense of commitment to something greater than themselves. It's something that has permeated their lives, which continue to be in service to others.
Treasure Valley Institute for Children's Arts, better known as TRICA, is hopefully nearing the end of a decade-long fundraiser to renovate a 1907 church building in Boise's North End into a top-flight children's art school. Director Jon Swarthout, the guiding force behind the project, hopes the school may be open by the end of 2018.
Meridian police are looking for a white car believed to be involved in a hit-and-run that injured a 15-year-old near Mountain View High on Nov. 6. About 41 seconds into the video, the suspect's white car enters the crosswalk, swerves and continues south.
Eugene Fidell, Bowe Bergdahl's civilian attorney, speaks to reporters Nov. 3, 2017, after Bergdahl's sentencing by a military judge. Bergdahl, of Hailey, will receive a dishonorable discharge, was reduced in rank and must forfeit some pay, but will not have to serve prison time.
Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is a Mexican holiday for people to remember the dead. Boiseans enjoyed dance performances, had free face paintings, and shared stories at JUMP on Thursday evening.
In this clip from his State of the City address, Mayor Dave Bieter urges Boiseans to "aim high in thought and action" with a bias toward action: "Let's do (projects) unless we can't." He's referring to proposals to expand Gowen Field, build a new sports complex and main library, and help each other.
On April 24, 2017, Idaho State Police Trooper Steven Farley responded to a crash on I-84 near Nampa. Farley recognized that the diabetic driver had low blood sugar and grabbed a can of soda from his patrol car, which helped the driver to regain consciousness. Farley will receive the Idaho State Police Life Saving Award on Thursday, Nov. 2.
Harrison Boulevard was blocked off this Halloween for the hordes of costumed kids (and parents!) that flock to the North End street. If you didn't see the extravagant decorations and adorable outfits, you can still see them here.