After the shooting in Parkland, Florida, where 17 high school students were killed, gun owners at Independence Indoor Shooting Range in Meridian talk about gun rights, social responsibility and the 2nd Amendment.
Raymond Simmons is a veteran who said he has been homeless for the past six years. A plan to build housing for homeless veterans is in the works by the city of Boise, the Veterans Administration and other agencies.
Killer Whey is a Boise-based company making ice cream with 44 grams of protein. They currently have 3 flavors: mint-chocolate chip, chocolate and vanilla. Killer Whey plans to release 3 more health-conscious flavors later this year.
Treasure Valley students are tired of feeling scared at school — and they're taking action. Students are planning an Idaho march at the Capitol on March 24, corresponding with the national March for Our Lives.
On Wednesday, February 21, Black Sage, a drone-tech company based in Boise, will stage a mock drone attack on the Capitol. They will be demonstrating new technological advancements that allow them to ground enemy drones and protect important infrastructures.
Costco originally hoped to open a store at Chinden Boulevard and Ten Mile Road before the end of this year, but it now looks like late 2019 is the earliest it could be ready. Meridian’s Planning and Zoning Commission has scheduled a public hearing on it Thursday, March 1.
Team Tators is one of five Treasure Valley robotics teams that competes in FIRST Robotics, an international high school robotics competition. Last year, the Tators came in third in world championships and this year, they're working hard with a goal: To win it all.
Teachers and staff at Saint Mary's Catholic School were touched by a show of support from parents on Valentine's Day. The community is coming together amid turmoil over the arrest of the Rev. W. Thomas Faucher.
Brad Breakell, owner of PizzalChik restaurant in Boise, has once again stirred up controversy over a Facebook video advertising one of his specialty menus. Breakell denies the character, Billy Burrito, is racist.
Update: On Feb. 9, Gene Fadness said the church does have options regarding the lease that he was previously unaware of. The church, he said, will attempt to serve Rev. W. Thomas Faucher an eviction notice. Faucher, facing child porn and drug charges, lives in a home owned by Saint Mary's Church. This video interview was conducted before the church concluded it could evict Faucher.
Astronauts Joe Acaba, Mark Vande Hei and Scott Tingle, in orbit aboard the International Space Station, answer questions from students at Timberline High during a 20-minute call coordinated by Boise State and NASA's Year of Education on Station program.