The Boise Police Department has identified several suspects in connection with batteries and other misdemeanor crimes committed during a Black Lives Matter/Defund the Police protest in late June, and forwarded those cases to prosecutors, the department announced July 10.
The City of Boise has announced that starting Saturday, July 4, Boiseans must wear face masks in all indoor and outdoor public spaces due to an influx of reported cases of COVID-19.
Boise Police are on the lookout for several suspects after seeing video footage of the Black Lives Matter/Defund the Police rally in front of Boise City Hall on June 30.
I already knew about the counter-protest before I arrived at the Black Lives Matter protest itself. Riding my bike past Cecil D. Andrus Park, however, I was shocked at the number of people waving American and Gadsden flags, waiting for a green light to march down Capitol Boulevard to Boise C…
On Thursday, June 18, Central District Health announced it had been working with bar owners in downtown Boise to keep their businesses open while also stopping the spread of COVID-19 that started popping up in the bars since reopening.
On June 23, a group of approximately 50 people and a handful of members of the Idaho House of Representatives convened at the Idaho State Capitol. They were trying to reach a quorum to call a special legislative session regarding Gov. Brad Little’s emergency orders regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Before the June 20 rally at the Capitol steps could begin, there were a few orders of business: First, everyone should maintain adequate social distance, at least six feet; secondly, face masks would be required. Volunteers handed out bottled water and spare face masks at the periphery. Then…