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National Weather Service meteorologist Dave Groenert said higher elevations can lead to colder temperatures than what travelers will be leaving behind in the Treasure Valley.
Grove Street has changed through the years. The Cyrus Jacobs/Uberuaga House is a time capsule that details many of them.
A tribute honoring the late screen giant - born May 26, 1907 - at his birthplace in Winterset, Iowa, got some extra star power. Boise resident Maureen O'Hara, who made five films with Wayne, made her first trip to his boyhood home.
Here's your Memorial Day outlook for camping in national forests.
Observances will be held in Boise, Meridian, Caldwell and Nampa, among other cities.
Two are in Meridian - one near Mountain View High School and the other close to the corner of Ten Mile and McMillan roads, according to a customer survey for the Treasure Valley Family YMCA.
A list of the distinctive - some would say quirky - oversized objects that make up the Boise skyline includes the washer woman and giant diamond ring on Vista Avenue; the prancing white horse at Main and 6th; and the Spanish red bolero that for decades has floated over the Cabana Inn - boasting the presence of RCA color TVs.
A record number of Idaho students received appointments to West Point this year. Two Eagle High appointees - Colt Sterk and Cyrus Cappo - dreamed of attending the military academy since they were kids.
Some of the best paddlers in the world will race through the toughest rapid on one of the Wests most challenging rivers.
Lilly Knudsen was one of more than 20 people honored Thursday at a ceremony put on by the Ada County Paramedics to recognize dispatchers, first-responders and citizen bystanders who went the extra mile.
More than 164,000 Idahoans will hit the road during the extended weekend, according to AAA's forecast.
Drivers should take an alternate route or plan more time for the commute.
Here's a chance to put your mouth where your money is.
Antlers are fascinating. Elk, deer and moose have them, and their antlers are shed in the spring, and then they start growing back almost immediately until they become that regal headgear prized by hunters.
Squaw Butte Back Country Horsemen (SBBCH) will be hosting their Sixth Annual Most Awesome Yard Sale Ever, Saturday, May 25, in the Key Bank parking lot on Washington Avenue in Emmett.
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Word on the Street: Puyallup City Council approves appointments to new citizens task force on homelessness
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