Thunderbirds and Snowbirds fly together over Boise
The U.S Air Force Thunderbirds and the Royal Canadian Snowbirds presented a special flyover at Gowen Field on Thursday afternoon. If you missed them today, you’ll see them this weekend flying for the Gowen Thunder Air Show.
Thunderbirds and Snowbirds fly together over Boise
Jamie Harrell's good deed left him legally blind but that didn't keep him from his love for photography
Her dad went to Korea when she was 2. She's 69 and he is still missing.
Lt. Dana Borgquist explains how an Idaho man's car ended up in the Ada County Courthouse fountain
What happens when you walk through the door of Boise's new crisis center?
Why is Boise's new crisis center so important?
Boise Public Library: the 'conscience of the city'
Passionate testimony against CVS pharmacy at Boise P&Z meeting
Fireworks, Santa, winter lights — all part of Meridian's parade
So long, farewell, after a while crocodile: Beloved library storyteller retires
3, 2, 1 — Idaho's Capitol Christmas tree is lit
Boise group fights a plan to demolish Arcade Building for a new CVS drug store
Boise lights its Christmas tree with hundreds of revellers watching at the Boise Centre
Nearly a year ago, Jamie Harrell stopped to help a motorist on New Year's Eve. Both were hit by another car on the highway. The man he stopped to help was killed at the scene. Harrell has since endured multiple surgeries and rehab, but his injuries left him legally blind. Despite that hurdle, Harrell is pursuing the things he loves to do—like photography.
Jorja Reyburn, 69, has been doing research for years, trying to find her father, a Korean War veteran missing in action. Reyburn didn't have a chance to know her father, James Elliot, but she started to learn more about him through her research.
Lt. Dana Borgquist with the Ada County Sheriff's Office responded to a crash on Sunday morning in which Jonathan Locksmith reportedly drove his vehicle intentionally into the fountain outside the Ada County Courthouse. Borgquist said Locksmith told police he was upset with the court system and wanted to return to jail.
It used to be that jail or the emergency room were the only options for someone in crisis — thinking of suicide, on drugs, whose mental health is flaring up. Police Chief Bill Bones and Gov. Butch Otter were among those who spoke about the importance of the new Pathways Community Crisis Center of Southwest Idaho.
Take a tour through Pathways Community Crisis Center of Southwest Idaho, Idaho's fourth crisis center. It's open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and will help keep people in crisis out of jail and the emergency room. See what it's like inside.
In his 2017 State of the City address, Boise Mayor David Bieter described the public library as a city's "conscience." It's time, he said, to rebuild Boise's main branch. The project, he said, may cost between $60 and $70 million and rely on a variety of funding sources, including a large share from the community.
More than 50 people signed up to testify as Boise Planning and Zoning considers a conditional use permit for CVS pharmacy. Although the issue was whether CVS could have a drive-up window, many citizens testified about the broader issues of vision, community and sustainability.
Meridian ushered in the holiday season with in their fifth annual Winter Lights Parade. More than 50 floats featured bands, brightly decorated floats and, of course, candy. Buddy the Elf and Jovie escorted the parade finale: Santa himself, who helped flip the switch to light Meridian's Christmas Tree at Generation Plaza — accompanied by fireworks and sing-a-long carols.
Azam Houle has raised a couple generations of children on stories, songs, rhymes and rhythms at storytime at the Boise Public Library. It's time for the next chapter in her life — she's retiring. Attend part of her very last storytime right here.
The organization "Save Boise Neighborhoods" protests plans to demolish Boise's Arcade Building on State Street to make way for a new CVS Pharmacy. The building houses people in 23 apartments who pay low, affordable rent—many of whom are on month-to-month leases.
Hundreds of people crowded Jefferson Street, blocked off for the occasion, to enthusiastically count down from 10 to light the 2017 Idaho Capitol Christmas tree. This year's tree is a 55-foot, 25-year-old blue spruce, donated by Janet Haroian. First lady Lori Otter and Gov. Butch Otter hosted the celebration, which included cookies, hot chocolate and hot cider, along with music by the Andrus Ambassador Honor Choir from Meridian’s Cecil D. Andrus Elementary School.
Hundreds of Christmas revellers gather with candles glowing for the Downtown Boise Tree Lighting celebration at the Boise Centre Friday, Nov. 24, 2017. Red Light Challenge sang "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" and other holiday favorites during the event.
Leanne Lundquist, a foster parent who has always believed in the idea of giving, couldn't afford to get her leaking roof fixed because she needed to pay for a tumor surgery. Eric Libby, a local roofer, decided to fix her roof for free, which would have cost upwards of $10,000.
The Boise State football team helped serve at the Great Thanksgiving Banquet at the Cathedral of the Rockies Wednesday. Defensive tackle Curtis Weaver took center stage to sing a version of Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer that you will likely not see on "The Voice."
The Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees is an annual tradition during Thanksgiving week, Nov. 21-26. See the 83 trees on display at Boise Centre. This year's Festival will benefit the Cardiac Rehabilitation Center.