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On Oct. 25, a man armed with guns and ammunition wandered through the Boise Towne Square mall for 40 minutes before he was confronted by a mall security guard. That’s when he opened fire, killing two and injuring several others, including a Boise Police officer.

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NAMPA — Treasure Valley residents can vote this Tuesday, Nov. 2, in a wide range of races, though what will appear on their ballots varies greatly this year depending on where they live. We tackled some common election questions so you can prepare yourself to vote on Tuesday.

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BOISE — Idaho has received $200 million in federal emergency rental assistance aid since January to help struggling tenants pay rent and utilities amid the coronavirus pandemic, but in the seven months since, has paid out just under $20 million, or 10% of the total.

BOISE — As students of Idaho’s public universities head back to campus this fall, face coverings will again be required to curb the spread of COVID-19 and its highly contagious delta variant. All four-year research universities will require masks, according to news releases from Boise State …

On Oct. 25, a man armed with guns and ammunition wandered through the Boise Towne Square mall for 40 minutes before he was confronted by a mall security guard. That’s when he opened fire, killing two and injuring several others, including a Boise Police officer.

The 12 months from May 2020 through April 2021 marked the worst year for Americans dying from drug overdoses, as the number of overdose deaths surpassed 100,000 nationwide within that time frame.

The Treasure Valley is honoring those who served in the armed forces with several celebrations.

NAMPA — Treasure Valley residents can vote this Tuesday, Nov. 2, in a wide range of races, though what will appear on their ballots varies greatly this year depending on where they live. We tackled some common election questions so you can prepare yourself to vote on Tuesday.

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The 12 months from May 2020 through April 2021 marked the worst year for Americans dying from drug overdoses, as the number of overdose deaths surpassed 100,000 nationwide within that time frame.

The Treasure Valley is honoring those who served in the armed forces with several celebrations.

NAMPA — Treasure Valley residents can vote this Tuesday, Nov. 2, in a wide range of races, though what will appear on their ballots varies greatly this year depending on where they live. We tackled some common election questions so you can prepare yourself to vote on Tuesday.

The Idaho Humane Society and Kuna Police Department rescued 77 dogs, small animals and exotic animals on Thursday and is looking for other potential animals from the same home.

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The Kuna Library would like to congratulate our Kuna Klues winner for the month of January, Cole Noteboom. Cole correctly guessed the title of the mystery book, “Danny and the Dinosaur,” by Syd Hoff. As the winner, Cole received a copy of the book. Way to go, Cole! Come to the Children’s Roo…

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BOISE — A day after President Joe Biden announced COVID-19 vaccine or testing requirements for employers with more than 100 workers, Idaho business leaders were uncertain how to respond. And many are concerned about how the mandates will be implemented.

PARMA — A line of striped watermelons sat nestled in between rows of melon plants in the early afternoon heat. Already picked, the heavy fruits were ready to be tossed one by one along a line of workers and placed in the bed of a truck destined for the sorting plant. Spotting a teachable mom…

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BOISE — Idaho has received $200 million in federal emergency rental assistance aid since January to help struggling tenants pay rent and utilities amid the coronavirus pandemic, but in the seven months since, has paid out just under $20 million, or 10% of the total.