Whether driving for Uber and Lyft, or pet sitting or modeling or transcribing, people spanning generations are turning to side gigs so that they can pay their bills, set their own hours and be their own boss.
In October 2017, Boise State student Ben Taylor accused football player Jace Richter of an unprovoked attack in campus dorms that left him with serious injuries. Police did not file charges in the case, so Taylor sued. Richter filed a courtersuit, alleging he was attacked and defamed.
Idaho Fish and Game Commissioner Blake Fischer emailed graphic photos of animals he killed during an Africa hunting trip to friends and colleagues. The photos have led some to push for his resignation.
A man describes how former Idaho Stampede owner Bill Ilett slapped John Brunelle, head of Boise’s urban renewal agency, ‘upside the head’ at a City Council meeting. The men disagree over a proposed stadium.
The sale of Southern Idaho’s oldest golf course, the Plantation Country Club, has members and neighbors worried that a California developer will build homes and allow commercial development along State Street.
Members of the Boise Central Foothills Neighborhood Association are unhappy with Boise developer Colin Connell’s plans to build a 29-lot subdivision on a piece of land traversed by trails in the Hillside to Hollow area.
The State Board of Education would change the way Idaho’s colleges and universities are funded - based on the number of graduates they produce, as opposed to the number and type of credit hours students take.
Ada County Highway District candidates Dave Case, Kent Goldthorpe and Paul Woods talk traffic jams, natural disasters and how self-driving cars and e-scooters may change transportation in the Boise Valley.
Roy Drennon lost control of his Porsche outside a car show last September in Boise. He injured 11 people. He’s been found guilty of reckless driving, a misdemeanor, and could face up to six months in jail.