Tyler Welshimer in front of his Nampa home with “Big Herbie,” his 1998 VW bus. The semi-retired bike mechanic said she’s more concerned about being killed by distracted drivers — he’s seen people typing on their laptops while driving on Interstate 84 — than random attacks by gunmen.
Tyler Welshimer in front of his Nampa home with “Big Herbie,” his 1998 VW bus. The semi-retired bike mechanic said she’s more concerned about being killed by distracted drivers — he’s seen people typing on their laptops while driving on Interstate 84 — than random attacks by gunmen. Provided by Tyler Welshimer
Tyler Welshimer in front of his Nampa home with “Big Herbie,” his 1998 VW bus. The semi-retired bike mechanic said she’s more concerned about being killed by distracted drivers — he’s seen people typing on their laptops while driving on Interstate 84 — than random attacks by gunmen. Provided by Tyler Welshimer

Are Idahoans concerned about mass shootings? Yes and no

December 03, 2015 11:44 PM

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