Idaho State Police investigated a multiple-vehicle crash on westbound Interstate 84 Thursday afternoon.
BOISE — Mayor Dave Bieter and City Council President Lauren McLean gathered at an emergency shelter Thursday evening for a wide-ranging Q&A on homeless encampments, public transportation, affordable housing and all things affecting Boiseans experiencing homelessness.
Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on November 20, 2019
A former leader of the militia group called 3% of Idaho has pleaded guilty to grand theft after he cheated 19 clients from his former property management company out of about $100,000, prosecutors said. Brandon Curtiss, 45, pleaded guilty Nov. 13 to a felony count of grand theft, the Idaho Statesman reported... Read more
The apple tree stands alone near the top of a steep hill, wind whipping through its branches as a perfect sunset paints its leaves a vibrant gold, writes AP reporter Gillian Flaccus. The tree's been there for more than a century, and there is no hint that the tree or its apples are anything out of the ordinary. But this scraggly specimen produces the Arkansas Beauty, a so-called heritage fruit long believed to be extinct... Read more
NAMPA — Canyon County deputies arrested Murray Casey Carter, 39, of Nampa, who was wanted on multiple felony domestic violence warrants, Thursday morning following a standoff that lasted for several hours.
HOUSTON (AP) — Determined to bounce back from an embarrassing loss, the Houston Texans used big performances from Deshaun Watson and DeAndre Hopkins and solid defense to beat the Indianapolis Colts and move into first place in the AFC South.
BANGKOK (AP) — She made him wait for her while she chatted with Thailand’s king and queen. She chided him for only visiting Bangkok and not the “real Thailand.” And she got a chuckle out of “Jorge” when she took her time translating his off-the-cuff Spanish for local priests and nuns to understand.
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