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Boise State Broncos serve Thanksgiving dinner, but can they sing? 2:14

Boise State Broncos serve Thanksgiving dinner, but can they sing?

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport 3:05

Man sneaks onto luggage carousel, runs onto tarmac at Miami International Airport

An 87-yard TD catch, a fumble for TD and other highlights from Air Force game 2:02

An 87-yard TD catch, a fumble for TD and other highlights from Air Force game

Boise State QB Brett Rypien feeling confident following impressive recent showings 4:46

Boise State QB Brett Rypien feeling confident following impressive recent showings

Thanksgiving run/walk raises money for adoption 1:28

Thanksgiving run/walk raises money for adoption

Christmas trees have arrived in Boise - and are expected to go fast 1:13

Christmas trees have arrived in Boise - and are expected to go fast

Tacoma woman chases man out of the house after he escapes police custody 1:43

Tacoma woman chases man out of the house after he escapes police custody

Top plays from the high school football state quarterfinals 3:11

Top plays from the high school football state quarterfinals

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COMMERCIAL: 'Dilly Dilly!'

Boise State WR Sean Modster discusses his touchdown against Air Force, his rising confidence 5:10

Boise State WR Sean Modster discusses his touchdown against Air Force, his rising confidence

  • Boise River flood damage could cost millions along Greenbelt

    As the Boise River flood waters recede, city managers in Eagle, Garden City and Boise are now assessing the damage to greenbelt pathways. Eagle director of parks, pathways and recreation says portions of the greenbelt are still closed because of a real da