Police violence is flooding our screens. What’s the impact?
New York Times’s Aisha Harris discusses how representations of police brutality in media changed. She says shows like “Insecure” and “Queen Sugar” sensitively deal with this issue by focusing on interactions’ emotional toll, not the violence itself.
Paul Glassman of Lakewood rewrote his matrimonial vows the day of his wedding with the line, “Almonds don’t lactate” and the result has made him a viral sensation - with the help of “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert.
Student survivors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School deliver an emotional performance of "Seasons of Love" from the musical "Rent" at the Tony Awards. Drama teacher Melody Herzfeld was honored for her heroic actions during the shooting.
Boise State forward Raimee Sherle set a single-season Boise State record with 18 goals in 2017. She started off the 2018 season where she left off, scoring the Broncos' game-winner in a 2-1 win against Idaho on Sunday at the Boas Soccer Complex.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan has received national attention for potentially becoming Idaho's first female governor and Native American governor shattering the stereotypical image of Idahoan politicians.
Vance Creek Bridge, the second tallest arched railroad bridge in the U.S., has become a magnet for young people to illegally climb it and shoot selfies for social media. The bridge, located in the Olympic Mountains, is dangerous, says its owner.
Crews for Western States Movers of Nampa move the Fred Reiger House from 214 E. Jefferson St. to a lot at Avenue B and East Bannock Street, on Friday, August 17, 2018, as part of an expansion of St. Luke's Boise Medical Center.
"The colors represent the Idaho skies, the mountains, the rivers — those nice blues and greens," said artist Jason Keeble of Boise's newest public art piece that fills the entire intersection at 8th and Fulton Streets with a pattern of rectangles.