NAMPA — Local health care officials shared concern over rising COVID-19 cases across the Treasure Valley as Idaho hit a record number of new cases Tuesday.
BOISE — Cases are on the rise in the Treasure Valley, some businesses are shutting their doors, tests are hard to come by for many and it takes sometimes close to a week for test results to come back.
NAMPA — Nampa city officials don’t plan to increase property tax rates for the fiscal year 2021 budget, although the overall proposed budget is still nearly $10 million higher than the previous year’s budget.
BOISE — State officials reported four COVID-19-related deaths on Wednesday, the second highest single-day number since five were reported on April 21.
BOISE — More than 30,000 Idaho businesses and organizations have received a Paycheck Protection Program loan, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.
BOISE — The message was simple and to the point: ‘Unfinished business.’
CALDWELL — Police are searching for a Caldwell teen who was last seen July 1 and reported missing soon after.
MERIDIAN — United Heritage Insurance announced last week it has named Todd Gill as its new president, following the retirement of current president and CEO Dennis Johnson.
BOISE — Icon Credit Union and Spokane Valley, Washington-based Horizon Credit Union will merge, the companies announced Monday, after Icon members voted in favor of the deal.
The Caldwell Night Rodeo has been canceled this year because of concerns around COVID-19.
BOISE — Central District Health’s Board of Health on Tuesday voted 7-1 to reinstate the Stage 3 order for Ada County, which mandates the closure of bars and nightclubs and limits gatherings to 50.
Originally published Tuesday at KTVB.com.CANYON COUNTY — Officials at Southwest District Health do not anticipate moving backwards to the higher restrictions of Stage 3, despite a growing number of coronavirus cases in the district.
BOISE — Idaho's COVID-19 cases continue to rise at a startling pace.
A Meridian woman was killed in a crash on State Highway 55 Sunday, according to Idaho State Police.
BOISE — A 76-year-old man faces five felony charges after police and prosecutors say he pointed a BB gun at a group of people Monday night.
The Idaho State Board of Education will hold a virtual meeting at 8:30 a.m. Thursday to consider a school reopening plan developed by the K-12 Emergency Council’s Public School Reopening Committee.
BOISE — In Northwest Boise, 22 nearly identical town homes sit empty.
BOISE — Boise police are still searching for a man who has been missing for several days.
BOISE — Former Mayor Dave Bieter’s longtime right-hand man and Boise Mayor Lauren McLean’s Chief Operating Officer is leaving Boise.
BOISE — In Gov. Brad Little's weekly AARP conference call, he said the lack of information about the novel coronavirus was "frustrating," but he said more details are coming Thursday about the state's plan for schools and sports this fall.
BOISE — The Hyde Park Street Fair will not be held this year, for the first time in 40 years.
BOISE — Inclusive Idaho, a new group formed in the wake of George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis, is hosting a virtual discussion with Boise leadership on Friday night.
PAYETTE — An inmate at the Payette County Jail tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, becoming the jail's first confirmed case, according to officials.
BOISE — The latest 2020 census response rates released show that 11 Idaho counties have surpassed their 2010 census response rate.
CALDWELL — Even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, business owners are still looking to downtown Caldwell to locate their new stores.
BOISE — Bob Goar died at 89 years old in March 2019 about a week after Christopher Lammey struck him with a car in a crosswalk, but those close to Goar would say, in some ways, he died of a broken heart.
BOISE — Boise Mayor Lauren McLean’s order requiring face masks be worn in public places added to growing political discontent with her administration from Treasure Valley conservatives over the holiday weekend.
The state is trying to stop a $170 million K-12 funding initiative in its tracks, attorneys for Reclaim Idaho argued Sunday.
The Idaho Attorney General’s office is urging a federal judge to deny a request to clarify how the state will implement a new law limiting changes to people’s birth certificates.
This story originally appeared on KTVB.com.BOISE COUNTY, Idaho — A Boise County commissioner was acquitted of two misdemeanor second-degree stalking charges last month.
Some Boise State University employees can return to campus starting Monday, as the university begins to relax a coronavirus-driven shutdown.
BOISE — The U.S. Census Bureau next week will begin in-person followup to homes in the Boise area that have not yet responded to the 2020 census.
BOISE — Summer is hard, especially now.
The Fourth of July this year came amid social unrest in Idaho and across the country, prompted by a novel virus, government-mandated social distancing and protests against racial injustice in law enforcement.
NAMPA — An Ada County delegate who brought several resolutions to last month’s Republican state convention supporting major changes to law enforcement says he hoped they could at least start a conversation.
BOISE — With Ada County moved back to Stage 3 of economic reopening after the coronavirus shutdown, but the rest of the state in Stage 4, there’s been some confusion as to which rules are in effect where.
BOISE — The Ada County treasurer and coroner are responsible for death and taxes in Ada County, but also work together when people who pass away have no one to look after what they’ve left behind.