Trooper warns speeders of danger on Simco Road after two recent fatal crashes
Trooper Daniel Brennan with the Idaho State Police explains how motorists driving too fast on long stretches Simco Road, east of Boise, might be unable to negotiate curves engineered for lower speeds. Two recent accidents on the remote road connec
Hope McCain, mother to a daughter with dairy, egg and peanut allergies, is putting on a teal pumpkin painting party to create awareness and educate local residents about how to include children with food allergies during Halloween festivities.
On Monday, October 8, Mayor Bieter read a proclamation in front of City Hall that acknowledges the celebration of Indigenous Peoples' Day every 2nd Monday in October. Boise is the first city in Idaho to recognize Indigenous Peoples' Day.
It’s no secret that Idaho’s prisons and jails are overcrowded. The Idaho Department of Correction has 7,840 total beds at its facilities statewide — but it has about 8,600 inmates. Here are the latest statistics on inmates in Idaho's prison system.
To demonstrate hydroplane conditions and how to recover, CHP Officer Dan Wright takes The Sacramento Bee for a spin on the academy's hazardous-conditions track in West Sacramento. Cut the risk of hydroplaning by reducing speeds.
The Idaho State Museum will open to the public in Julia Davis Park in Downtown Boise on Friday, October 12. The museum features 46 different interactive experiences to allow visitors to learn about Idaho and the state's history.
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