Boise Olympic cyclist Kristin Armstrong rides at Twilight Criterium
Cyclist Kristin Armstrong, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, signed autographs and rode with kids before the Boise Twilight Criterium on July 11, 2015. Armstrong ended a nearly three-year retirement in April 2015 with her sights set on one more Ol
Idaho's three-time Olympic gold medal winner Kristin Armstrong receives a warm welcome from hundreds of fans at the Boise Airport as she returns home from the Olympic Games in Rio Monday Aug. 15, 2016.
Three-time Olympic gold medal cyclist Kristin Armstrong was welcomed home by a crowd of about 100 people at the Boise Airport. She landed at about 1 p.m. Monday and met the supporters who were chanting “Armstrong” and “U.S.A.” Here are the excerp
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Kristin Armstrong of Boise ended a nearly three-year retirement in April 2015 with her sights set on one more Olympic berth. She competed in the Olympic road race Aug. 7 and won her third consecutive gold medal in th
Watch Mikaela Shiffrin's winning final run in the women's slalom during the U.S. Alpine Championships at Sun Valley Resort. Shiffrin's two-run total was almost 7 seconds better than the second-place finisher's.
"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.
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.
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.