BOISE — City officials announced Friday that Boise will be awarded a $272 million federal loan to fund sewer and water projects.
A limited-liability company from Utah dropped more than $5.8 million this week to snap up two lakefront lots on Payette Lake that for years have been owned by Idaho’s state endowment.
Rep. Russ Fulcher announced Friday morning that doctors have confirmed he is now cancer-free.
The sun was shining and temperatures approached 50 degrees on Thursday as Bogus Basin General Manager Brad Wilson stood at the base of the ski resort — yet he said he was optimistic about the snow sport season ahead.
A Meridian man who was convicted of wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering when the COVID-19 pandemic first began was sentenced to nearly three and half years in federal prison.
BOISE — The Boise Christmas Show will return this weekend, from Dec. 3-5, for its 50th year.
Students are planning a rally, signing petitions and sharing their stories on social media in the aftermath of anti-feminist comments made by Scott Yenor, a Boise State University political science professor.
VALE, Ore. (AP) — An Australian company has started drilling at a southeast Oregon site that could eventually host a large lithium mine.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The state Supreme Court on Friday said a plan adopted by the Washington Redistricting Commission “substantially complied” with statutory deadlines, and declined to adopt a new redistricting plan for the state.
DENVER (AP) — Denver's winter has started with a whimper, and the parched mountains to the west aren't faring much better.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Far-right activist Ammon Bundy says time he has spent campaigning to become the next governor of Idaho should count toward the community service he was ordered to perform after being convicted of obstructing police during his trespassing arrest at the state Capitol.
SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle, a city known for soggy weather, has seen its wettest fall on record.
Middleton or Bishop Kelly?
There’s a new face in the 5A Southern Idaho Conference boys basketball hierarchy — quite literally.
The College of Idaho men’s basketball put together second half rally Saturday.
Early season struggles continued for the Northwest Nazarene men’s basketball team.
BOISE — This time, the free throw shooting came up clutch for the Boise State men’s basketball team.
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BOISE — Idaho Smart Growth announced the 2021 Grow Smart Awards recipients on Friday, Dec. 3 in a press release. There will be a virtual celebration via Zoom of two Grow Smart Awards plus the annual Charles Hummel Award on Wednesday, Dec. 8 from 5 – 6 p.m.