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Former Kuna man who killed girl: 'Nothing I can do can fix this'
A man accused of raping and killing an 11-year-old Ogden girl in 1983 pleaded guilty Thursday to charges of rape and manslaughter.
Meridian Boys and Girls Club in need of more space
Idaho Gives is a statewide, 24-hour day of giving that takes place online, and celebrates what we can all do when we work together.
Volunteers needed for April 19 Snake River cleanup
An annual trash cleanup along one of the more popular stretches of the Snake River is planned for Saturday, April 19, beginning at 9 a.m. Additional volunteers are needed to help with this effort, sponsored by Idaho Fish & Game and Canyon County Parks, Waterways & Recreation.
Police: Girls admit causing $15,000 in damage to Kuna home
BOISE Police in Kuna say three young girls have confessed to causing nearly $15,000 in vandalism to a home under construction.
Kuna man pleads guilty to child porn charge
BOISE A 48-year-old Kuna man has pleaded guilty to a child porn charge that stems from an undercover investigation and online chats.
Kuna school trustee target of recall petition
Kuna parents are standing behind an effort to recall a school board trustee who voted no to another supplemental levy election.
Khan Academy takes an uncommon approach to the Common Core at CUE 2014
March 22, 2014 Palm Springs, CA - Khan Academy announced today at the 2014 Annual CUE Conference its new math resources to support teachers and students through the rollout of the Common Core.
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Trio of tragedies brings inspiration for new fundraising group
After the death of his son in a December school bus crash , Rob Cook is launching a fundraising campaign to help other Kuna families.
Parents weigh in on what to do in Kuna school district
More than 100 people came to Kuna High School Wednesday night to share their opinions on what's next for the Kuna School District after a failed levy this month.
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EmLogis to Offer Live Webinar on Understanding and Reducing...
EmLogis, a leading provider of automated employee scheduling software for corrections and public safety facilities, today announced that they will host a live webinar featuring guest speaker Sheriff Gary Raney, ADA County Idaho, on the topic of understanding and reducing complacency in jails.
BUGS: It's Not Easy Growing Green
Erin Guerricabeitia, executive director of Boise Urban Garden School: "Are you ready for this? Our plan is to have the park open on July 1." Erin Guerricabeitia, executive director of Boise Urban Garden School: "Are you ready for this? Our plan is to have the park open on July 1." More often than not, the words "We need to talk" precede ... (more)