Man arrested for child enticement involving drugs and alcohol
Steven V. Carlson was taken into custody at his home on Hartman Street and Fairview Avenue after a female juvenile reported to police that Carlson had offered her drugs and alcohol if she would visit him within his home.
KBCI CBS 2
City could start cracking down on aggressive panhandlers
The Boise City Council will look at new ordinances that would prevent people from panhandling in certain areas, and prevent aggressive panhandlers around the city.
Mon May 20, 2013
Police Blotter: DUI, Injury to a Child and Tossing a Rock Through a Bar Window
Acting on a citizen's report of a suspicious vehicle parked near Pierce Park and Autumn Wood Street early this morning, Boise Police discovered a suspect in the back seat of the car.
Sat May 18, 2013
Boise to consider ordinances to curb panhandling
The Boise City Council is considering three ordinances to curb unsafe panhandling, harassing, lying on sidewalks, or other issues affecting public spaces.
Tue May 14, 2013
Downtown Boise 'Wayfinding' Plan In the Works
Plans to install a so-called "wayfinding" system, a concept touted by City of Boise planners for helping to orient visitors on downtown streets, moved forward at a recent board meeting of the Capital City Development Corporation, Boise's urban renewal agency.
Mon May 13, 2013
Public Invited To City Council Chambers Dedication Tuesday
"The project is a small step toward completing a much larger project of renovating the City Hall to keep up with current seismic and fire codes.
Sun May 12, 2013
New EMS Joint Powers Agreement Put Before Local Agencies
The new EMS system would be headed by a joint powers board, consisting of elected officials from each member agency, which would adopt medical protocols and be responsible for budget approval This coming Tuesday, May 14, the Boise City Council will be briefed by Boise Fire Chief Dennis Doan on a new, regional
Sun May 05, 2013
Boise Airport Spending More on 'Strategic Planning' In Effort To Attract More Flights
This coming Tuesday, May 7, the Boise City Council will be briefed on commercial air service by Boise Airport Director Rebecca Hupp.
Thu May 02, 2013
Wed May 01, 2013
U.S. News ranks Firth High 4th in Idaho
U.S. News & World Report reviewed 21,035 U.S. public high schools; 46 Idaho schools made the rankings.
Citizen Mark: The Best-Known Man You Never Knew
The call to 911 from a downtown Boise merchant stated that a man--Seeley--was causing a disturbance in a woman's clothing store, and owners wanted him out.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Boise Council Asked To Fund New Circulator Study, Neighborhood Grants, Foothills Purchase
When the Boise City Council meets this coming Tuesday, April 30, it'll be asked to consider a series of changes to the current fiscal year 2013 city budget, including $437,500 to fund an analysis of a possible downtown Boise circulator system.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Hindus laud Boise for Top Yoga City title
Hindus have congratulated Boise, Idaho's capital and most populous city, for showing up in Forbes magazine list: 'The Top 10 Cities For Yoga In The U.S.' Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada, congratulating Boise for this recognition, said that being on this list took Boise to another "higher level", which already had showed up on ... (more)
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Idaho official nominated for police complaint office
Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn has nominated a longtime Boise, Idaho, official as the next civilian director of the office that investigates complaints of misconduct by Seattle police.
S-R: Coeur d'Alene May Be Next to 'Add the Words'
The Spokane Spokesman Review reports that an ordinance is being crafted by Coeur d'Alene officials that would outlaw discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Milk allergens found in Boise canal near dairy facility
BOISE After weeks of investigating and a lot of questions, people who live along a canal that runs through Boise's North End finally have some answers.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Honoring Jesus Urquides
The intersection of Main and Second streets in downtown Boise is lined with trees and stately, two-story homes.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
KBCI CBS 2
Should there be more security cameras in Boise?
Security cameras played a vital role in identifying the Boston bombing suspects, so should cities like Boise have more installed to deter crime? Many residents said they would like to see more cameras around big cities, but also said there is a point where it can be too much.