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.
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The Idaho State Police expects to complete DNA testing of backlogged rape kits from across the state sometime next year, the agency announced Thursday.
NEW PLYMOUTH — An 18-year-old was arrested on accusations he led law enforcement on a pursuit that reached speeds of 100 mph, according to the Payette County Sheriff’s Office.
BOISE — A 71-year-old woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter after she struck and killed a woman on a bicycle last year in Eagle.
CALDWELL — Earlier this week, Caldwell residents received a political mailer attacking City Council Seat 6 runoff candidate Evangeline Beechler for being a Democrat.
REXBURG — Brigham Young University-Idaho officials said Wednesday that the university decided to stop accepting Medicaid to waive a student health plan due to concerns for local health care providers.
BOISE — A woman who accused a former Fruitland High School principal of offering her money for sex and inappropriately touching her is now suing him and the Fruitland School District.
BOISE — A Boise Bench coffee shop was the place to be Wednesday night, as City Council President Lauren McLean talked with voters in an effort to earn their vote in next month’s mayoral runoff.
BOISE — After a five-day trial, a jury on Tuesday convicted a Boise man of seven felonies related to the possession of child pornography and sexual abuse of children.
BOISE — Police arrested a Boise man Wednesday on suspicion of possession of child pornography, and the Idaho Office of the Attorney General is asking for help from anyone who might have information about the case.
BOISE — The Ada County coroner sees Ada County residents at the end of things.
BOISE — Brianna Brown’s case isn’t one private attorneys would generally be attracted to, her lawyer said at her sentencing Wednesday.
While it remains to be seen how negotiations will play out over the next year, Minor League Baseball officials are worried about how losing teams like the Idaho Falls Chukars could affect the future of the sport.
Some Brigham Young University-Idaho students are pushing back against the university’s decision to stop accepting Medicaid as an acceptable health plan to waive the school’s student insurance policy.
BOISE — Mayor Dave Bieter will not be looking to regulate short-term rentals in Boise after all.
NAMPA — When about 70 people met in Nampa Tuesday to learn about a new initiative called 2C Kids Succeed, the word “hope” repeatedly made its way to the forefront of many officials’ comments.
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NAMPA — The concert version of the viral internet sensation Baby Shark is set to perform at Nampa's Ford Idaho Center March 23.
BOISE — Authorities held a Wednesday morning press conference to announce grand jury indictments of 15 alleged members of a Caldwell-based gang.
The Ada County Commission on Tuesday voted unanimously to begin constructing a committee of stakeholders dubbed the Expo Citizens Advisory Council to help them figure out what to do with the 240 acres of Expo Idaho, home of the annual Ada County fair.
MERIDIAN — Plans for a 19-acre, 181-unit townhouse and apartment development on the border between Meridian and Boise have sparked outrage from neighbors and criticism from the Meridian City Council, which voted Nov. 12 to send the developer’s plans back to the city’s planning and zoning com…
NAMPA — More than 80 people turned out for a town hall at Nampa City Hall Tuesday to hear Nampa legislators and House GOP leaders talk taxes, transportation, ballot initiatives, impact fees and more.
BOISE — The Boise City Council is taking a field trip next month.
BOISE — A Boise man pleaded guilty Monday to first-degree murder, admitting he had shot his stepfather roughly eight times in August.
MERIDIAN — Ball Ventures Ahlquist and Saltzer Health hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday at Victory Commons, where one of four new Treasure Valley-based urgent care clinics will open next year.
BOISE — An Eagle teenager charged with raping five teenage girls over the course of about six months pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of battery with the intent to commit a serious felony.
BOISE – Civility has declined at the Idaho Legislature, but not as much as in other states or in Washington, D.C., according to a new study released Tuesday at Boise State University.
NAMPA — The 2020 Census is around the corner and Nampa city officials are beginning local census outreach.
NAMPA — Nampa drivers will likely have to wait until next year to know whether their city council will make using handheld phones while driving in the city illegal.
NAMPA — The College of Western Idaho’s board of trustees is considering three options for the college’s first official mascot — and the school’s unofficial mascot, “Sparkles the Unicorn,” is not one of them.
BOISE — Gov. Brad Little on Tuesday issued an executive order that temporarily legalized interstate transportation of industrial hemp through Idaho, as a stopgap until the Idaho Legislature can address the issue more permanently.
YAKIMA COUNTY, WASHINGTON — A Nampa man was among 16 people arrested on suspicion of sex crimes following a police sting aimed at cracking down on child abuse and pornography.
BOISE— While Boise mayoral candidate Lauren McLean is still declining anymore debate appearances, she, along with Mayor Dave Bieter, have accepted an invitation to a Q&A session at Interfaith Sanctuary.
CALDWELL — A Star Middle School principal facing charges connected with alleged injury to a child was granted a modification to his no-contact order against children Monday.
CALDWELL — A city resident-organized forum for candidates in the Caldwell City Council Seat 6 runoff election was cancelled this week after former state Sen. John McGee did not respond to an invitation to participate.
BOISE — The number of customers in Boise affected by a Tuesday morning power outage has dwindled to 149, according to Idaho Power's outage map.
BOISE — On the same day early voting began for Boise’s mayoral runoff election, incumbent Mayor Dave Bieter avoided political attacks in a town hall with two dozen Boise State University students.
BOISE — Inmates are sleeping on the floors of county jails by the dozens in Boise, Twin Falls and Pocatello, state lawmakers learned Monday, for lack of space in the jails and lack of money to expand them.