Eagle historical home built during Great Depression might be demolished
Eighty-year-old Shari Sharp, daughter of Orville Jackson, is selling her home built in 1931. However, she’s concerned that the house will be demolished by developers, as it’s located on the busy Eagle Road.
The head of the Utah Transit Authority shared lessons the Salt Lake Valley learned in building a robust transit system. So what does the Treasure Valley need to build a transit system of the same stamina?
Nampa Mayor Debbie Kling reflects on her first 100 days in office. She wants to encourage infill for more Downtown living, develop an industrial area, and champion Nampa's North End-like neighborhoods.
Boise’s Maddie Zahm auditioned for “American Idol." It’s been her dream since she was a kid having “American Idol” birthday parties. But even more than that, the audition was a milestone in believing in herself.
Fidel Nshombo returned to Democratic Republic of Congo for the first time in 20 years. He took with him good wishes as well as donations from his Boise friends. After his visit, Nshombo is determined to find ways to help the Bukavu community.
Mike Mussel is restoring the old Nampa library. As a tribute to other historic Nampa buildings, he’s planning three displays about the Masonic lodge, the train depot and the Dewey Palace. Check out the artifacts that people have already sent him f
Developer Mike Mussell has already saved a couple of historic Nampa buildings from being torn down, and he's working on the old Nampa library now. Take a tour and see his vision for the new chapter of this building's life.
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.
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 importa
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,