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Trail day set for Meridian woman who violated closed playground rules

Trail day set for Meridian woman who violated closed playground rules

  A Meridian woman arrested in April for attending a planned protest at a playground closed because of the coronavirus’ spread now has a two-day trial scheduled for mid-February. Sara Brady, faces one count of misdemeanor trespassing. The charge stems from an April 21 incident, caught on video and released on social media, in which…MORE

Idaho’s Capitol Christmas Tree Now on Display

Idaho’s Capitol Christmas Tree Now on Display

  Idaho’s Capitol Christmas tree was cut Monday morning and placed at the Statehouse. This year’s tree was donated by Doug Cobb. The tree was on Hazel Street in Boise’s North End, before being donated. Governor Little says we will forego a formal Capitol Christmas Tree lighting ceremony, but is inviting everyone to spend time…MORE

Boise State vs SJSU set for 2 p.m. on Saturday in Boise

Boise State vs SJSU set for 2 p.m. on Saturday in Boise

  Kick time for the Boise State football team’s final regular-season home game against San Jose State has been set for 2 p.m., and the game will be broadcast nationally on Fox. Fox utilized its option for a six-day window to establish both network and kick time. The game between the Broncos (4-1, 4-0 MW)…MORE

Caldwell Police and  Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children task force conduct sting

Caldwell Police and Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children task force conduct sting

  Over the course of two days, the Caldwell Police Department participated in a joint operation with the Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children task force and the Department of Homeland Security to conduct a sting in the Treasure Valley. The two day investigation resulted in the arrests of 5 different men for various crimes, including…MORE

819 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID 19 reported on Sunday

819 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID 19 reported on Sunday

  According to the state’s latest figures, there were 819 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID 19 reported on Sunday. An additional 2 Idahoans have lost their lives due to the virus. To date, Idaho has reported 849 deaths. However, it is estimated over 38,000 people have recovered from the virus. According to Saint…MORE

Local School District Leaders Call For Help Getting COVID Cases Under Control

Local School District Leaders Call For Help Getting COVID Cases Under Control

  Leaders for the Treasure Valley’s largest school districts are urging the public to help get escalating COVID-19 case counts under control, warning the current path puts in-person classes at risk. It is signed by superintendents of schools in the 5A and 4A Southern Idaho Conferences, as well as the directors of the Central and…MORE

NCAA Moving Basketball Tournament Out of Boise for 2021

NCAA Moving Basketball Tournament Out of Boise for 2021

  Boise State has released a statement Monday after the NCAA announced it was moving the 2021 tournament to a single location. BSU was scheduled to host the first and second rounds of the tournament. Bob Carney, BSU interim director of athletics said, they are disappointed, but understand the decision to move the NCAA Tournament…MORE

Washington Gov. criticizes Idaho’s COVID-19 response

Washington Gov. criticizes Idaho’s COVID-19 response

  Washington Governor Jay Inslee criticized Idaho Leaders on how they are handling the COVID-19 pandemic. These comments came from a press briefing that Governor Inslee held to talk about Washington’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “I have urged the Idaho leaders to show some leadership. One of the reasons we have such jammed up…MORE

Gov. Little calls on National Guard to help in pandemic response as Idaho rolls back to modified Stage 2

Gov. Little calls on National Guard to help in pandemic response as Idaho rolls back to modified Stage 2

  Governor Brad Little signed an executive order today mobilizing the Idaho National Guard to help the pandemic response in new ways, and he signed a new statewide public health order rolling Idaho back into a modified Stage 2 of the Idaho Rebounds plan. Healthcare leaders say they are weeks away from having to ration care because too many healthcare workers…MORE

Home prices in Ada County continue to rise

Home prices in Ada County continue to rise

  Monthly demand for homes in Boise continues to outpace the supply and send home prices way up. The latest report from Boise Regional Realtors shows October was no exception. The median sales price last month for homes sold in Ada County was $406,684, up 14.7 percent year-over-year, but down slightly from September. This was…MORE

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Worthington BLOG:  From Patriot to Punchline

Worthington BLOG: From Patriot to Punchline

From Patriot to Punchline By Rick Worthington 9/3/20 Have you ever tried to do something good, but went about doing it the wrong way? I think, that is what we saw from Ammon Bundy during the Special Session in Idaho. I fear those actions have tainted the man’s reputation as a freedom fighter to what…

Worthington BLOG: Racism is more common than you think

Worthington BLOG: Racism is more common than you think

  Racism is more common than you think 6/4/20   By: Rick Worthington I guess this is as good a time as any to admit, the #BLM rallies in Idaho and the rioting in other areas has me thinking more about racism than I have in years. Let us speak honestly. Racism exists, and it is…

Worthington BLOG: Don’t Judge Me For Opening My Business Early

Worthington BLOG: Don’t Judge Me For Opening My Business Early

Worthington BLOG: Don’t Judge Me For Opening My Business Early 5/13/20 By Rick Worthington I’m not one to rebel or clash against the government. I believe in the rule of law, and abide by the law as best I can…for the most part. Yes, I’ve had a speeding ticket in my lifetime. I mean, I’ve…

Worthington BLOG: Coronavirus Quarantine Week 4

Worthington BLOG: Coronavirus Quarantine Week 4

  Worthington BLOG: Coronavirus Quarantine Week 4 By Rick Worthington 4/8/20 The Worthington family continues to practice social distancing, as we have for a month now! I think at this point, we are all going a little crazy, and I don’t just mean my family. I miss people I don’t normally miss! Anybody else? As…

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