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Wet Nose Wednesday: Jaeger

Wet Nose Wednesday: Jaeger

Here’s Jaeger!  He’s our Wet Nose Wednesday Pet of the Week with the Idaho Humane Society. Find out more about Jaeger and how to adopt him here:  Meet Jaeger!

Boise State Basketball will get one more home game

Boise State Basketball will get one more home game

  The Mountain West announced today rescheduling updates for the remainder of 2020-21 men’s basketball season. That means Boise State will also get one more home game, with Fresno State now heading to Boise to play the Broncos on Tuesday – March 2nd. Other Mountain West teams will also have an opportunity to make up…

Kristopher Blume confirmed as new Meridian Fire Chief

Kristopher Blume confirmed as new Meridian Fire Chief

  Meridian City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to confirm Kristopher Blume as Meridian’s Fire Chief. Chief Blume is now the 9th Chief to serve the City of Meridian Fire Department. Blume will take the helm in his new role serving his first full day as Chief today — Wednesday, February 24. Originally from Idaho,…

Garden City man accused of killing 2-year-old boy

Garden City man accused of killing 2-year-old boy

  A Garden City man is accused of killing a 2-year-old boy in his care. Aaron Williams was ordered held in the Ada County Jail without bond. Police say Williams was arrested after the toddler was brought to a local clinic Monday afternoon, unconscious and not breathing. He was taken to St. Luke’s in Boise,…

3.5 quake shakes Stanley area

3.5 quake shakes Stanley area

  The rattles continue in central Idaho. While earthquakes are not unusual, when we feel a big quake, we certainly pay attention. The USGS on Monday reported a 3.5 magnitude earthquake near Stanley just after about 3 p.m. The precise location of the quake occurred 7.8 miles east of town. The area has become a…

Oregon group continues to push to move borders and join Idaho

Oregon group continues to push to move borders and join Idaho

  Idaho is a very RED STATE, while Oregon on the other hand is very BLUE. Some rural Oregonians who are tired of living in a blue state want to change the map in order to join Idaho. They say they want to maintain their rural values and join a Republican majority state. Last year,…

Work begins on intersection of State Highway 44 and Eagle Road

Work begins on intersection of State Highway 44 and Eagle Road

  Work began Monday night on an $8.9 million renovation to the intersection of State Highway 44 and Eagle Road. The Idaho Transportation Department is trying to increase the natural flow of the intersection to improve mobility and safety. CBS 2 News reports, thousands of cars travel through the intersection daily, which connects Highway 55…

Boise State plans to host in-person commencement ceremonies

Boise State plans to host in-person commencement ceremonies

  Boise State plans to host in-person commencement ceremonies this spring. BSU announced it will have three in-person events on May 7 and May 8 at Albertsons Stadium for current grads and those impacted by 2020 canceled ceremonies. The ceremonies will be held with several COVID-19 precautions, including social distancing and face covering requirements. The…

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