Boise North End residents Angeline and Michael Blain will stick with Bernie Sanders as their presidential candidate even though Hillary Clinton has amassed enough delegates to earn the Democrat nomination.
Boise Sanders supporters hold firm
Nate Shelman usually roasts his listeners. Now, watch them roast him.
Former Idaho Chief Justice and Vietnam veteran Jim Jones advocates for refugees
The future of Idaho’s salmon remains as uncertain today as in the 1990s
Sikhs in Boise and U.S. say: "We are Americans."
Interior Secretary Jewell recounts events that kept her up at night
Why the Idaho Statesman endorses political candidates
Leon Panetta on public service
Boise State's Dickinson talks about bouncing back after loss, former teammate Trae Young
Idaho House members applaud Hailey man involved in Bundy standoff
A Boise man's online DNA test leads to discovering a sister he didn't know existed
Retired Idaho Supreme Court Chief Justice Jim Jones has dedicated his retirement to helping refugees in Idaho with legal advice and by recruiting volunteer lawyers. He served as an artillery officer during the Vietnam War and lived among refugees who had fled violence in their own country.
Though Mehar and Paramvir Singh of Boise are U.S citizens, their ethnicity and outward expressions of their faith often result in more intense scrutiny from people who don't understand their Sikh religion and who wrongly profile them as would-be terrorists.
United States Interior Secretary Sally Jewell speaks with the Idaho Statesman Editorial Board on a visit to Idaho Jan. 3, 2017 in the waning days of her administration overseeing federal lands. She responds to the question of what events kept her up at night.
The Idaho Statesman’s seven-member Editorial Board writes editorial opinions and endorses candidates for public office. The board’s opinions, which are made after much research and discussion, are distinct from our news operation and part of our newspaper’s long-standing commitment to community engagement. Idaho Statesman President and Publisher Debra Leithauser explains the process and the reasoning behind endorsements.
Ken Swanson, the longtime and now retired curator of the Idaho Military Museum, recently took a DNA test for ancestry.com and had a surprising match: A sister he never knew he had. His new-found sister, who is 80 years old living in Pennsylvania and winters in Florida, has searched for her birth parents since the late 1980s.
Rep. Dorothy Moon, R-Stanley, introduced Eric Parker of Hailey during the Idaho House session on Jan. 16, 2018. Parker had recently pleaded guilty to obstruction of a court order stemming from his actions during the 2014 standoff with the BLM at Cliven Bundy's ranch near Bunkerville, Nev. Many lawmakers on the floor that day had earlier been part of a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions that raised concerns about the man’s prosecution.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 8.2 struck off Alaska’s Kodiak Island early Tuesday, initially prompting a tsunami warning. The warning has since been cancelled, but an advisory remains for part of the state.
Courtney Gessford, 28, of Sacramento, Calif. lived out a dream when she was "showered" with puppies from the Front Street Animal Shelter. Gessford, who has been battling cancer for three years, said she felt like she was “in a dream.” Her family thought this would be a great way to lift her spirits.