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Boise Police say they're investigating how a woman died, after officers pulled her body from the Boise River Saturday morning.
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For those who are heading up to the Boise National Forest or the Payette National Forest , there are things to remember regarding the conditions.
The Broadway Avenue Bridge in Boise is the most structurally deficient bridge in the Treasure Valley.
Family and friends are paying final respects to a Massachusetts soldier with ties to Idaho who was killed in Afghanistan.
Responding to a call of a driver passed out behind the wheel of a car, Boise Police arrested a man who appeared to be "very intoxicated" near the 3900 block of West Pershing Drive May 23.
A man who was working for a subcontractor at a Simplot fertilizer plant near Pocatello has died at a Utah hospital after being exposed to ammonia last weekend.
Felton Campbell and Mike Huard are both over 60, but they're still going strong.
Police in Boise say a woman who was struck by a pickup truck in a mall parking lot last week was likely targeted because she had stopped the driver from sexually assaulting another woman.
Boise Fire investigators say it was likely a cigarette that was discarded in a flower pot that sparked a house fire in Boise this afternoon.
We know, Boise. You already had your khakis pressed and your argyle socks and penny-loafers laid out for the Barry Manilow concert at Taco Bell Arena Saturday, June 8. We feel you.
Responding to a burglary alarm near the 2000 block of N. 34th Street early the morning of May 23, around midnight, Boise Police found two suspects inside a fenced area of a business and attempted to make contact before the pair fled on foot.
A mountain lion pounced on and attacked two dogs in a Southeast Boise backyard in the early morning of May 22, killing one and wounding the other, according to a report from KTVB Channel 7 . Loralee Bafford let her two pups, Buddy and Holly, into her backyard around 5:30 a.m. May 22.
Punk rock was born out of a dissatisfaction with the lavish excesses of rock's gilded age, making it more of a tradition than a distinctive set of musical sensibilities.
When a group of artists gets together to present their perspectives on a city, the expectation is there would be as many distinct visions of that environment as there are artists.
Saturday, May 25, noon-4 p.m. Hayes Auditorium, Boise Public Library, 715 S. Capitol Blvd., Boise, 208-384-4076; Sunday, May 26, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Discovery Center of Idaho, 131 Myrtle St., Boise, 208-343-9895. FREE-$8. boisemakerfaire.com . Cobbling together build-it-yourself furniture with flimsy, pre-packaged tools leaves a lot to be desired.