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National parks are getting hotter and drier. What’s the outlook for 2100?

Temperatures have increased in the Mojave National Preserve and many other national parks across the west, leading to increased fires that threaten native species, such as Joshua Trees and Saguaro cactus. In this undated photo, fire erupts from buffelgrass, which thrive in the warmer desert environment, adding to risks of fires.
Watch Idaho’s 15 most outstanding plays from Week 5 of the high school football season
Save Idaho Horse Racing pulls ad that featured edited KTVB clip

Sports

Rejoice, Boise State football fans: Broncos’ next home game gets early afternoon kickoff

Entertainment

Two new bars planned in former Angell’s space in Downtown Boise

Opinion

Enjoy access to Idaho hunting and fishing? A looming deadline could see it diminish


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