Developer Mike Mussell is working alongside city leaders to make renovations to a half-block in downtown Nampa that would bring new stores, a wedding event space and a restaurant with the owners of Brick29.
Subdivisions and businesses could soon be coming to the Treasure Valley, including a 409-home subdivision and two firearms businesses in Nampa, five subdivisions in Eagle, and changes at two schools in Boise.
Boise Fire tweeted that the fire started around 11:25 p.m. Monday in north Adams Street. Firefighters attempted to provide the six cats with rescue breathing, but all of them died. The 2 people inside survived.
The Idaho Freedom Foundation said Boise is using urban renewal districts to bypass the Idaho Constitution, which requires that cities must pass a referendum with two thirds of voter support to take on debt.
Shopko will close its Nampa store as the discount department-store chain files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The retailer previously said that its Boise stores on Fairview Avenue and Broadway will close, too.
A Caldwell woman faces up to 10 years in prison for failing to report her husband’s sexual abuse of children because it was contrary to her religious beliefs. Sarah Kester, 50, was charged with felony injury to child.
These business and residential buildings, subdivisions and new businesses could soon be coming to the Treasure Valley. They include an eight-story residential building and separate condos in Downtown Boise.
Crows (we're talking thousands) have migrated to Nampa in an as yet not-understood migratory pattern. They're a federally protected species, so the city of Nampa is experimenting with gentler ways to persuade the crows to go elsewhere.
Up to 10,000 crows make Nampa their winter roosting spot. Now patrols of city officials, police, volunteers and students are using lasers, drones and other nonlethal techniques to scare the birds away.