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More than 2400 students graduate from Boise State

More than 2400 students graduate from Boise State

Boise State University held its 110th commencement ceremony at Albertsons Stadium on Saturday. Over 20,000 people attended the ceremony that honored undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students. Around 2,400 students graduated Saturday, marking the largest graduating class in Boise State history. Other milestones this spring include Boise State’s 90th anniversary, the 50th anniversary of the first…MORE

Today is deadline to request an absentee ballot for the 2022 Primary Election

Today is deadline to request an absentee ballot for the 2022 Primary Election

The deadline to request an absentee ballot for the 2022 Primary Election in Idaho is today, Friday, May 6th. Idaho voters can request the ballot online until 5 p.m. today. Completed ballots can be turned in to Ada County Elections by mail, in-person or at an Ada County Elections ballot drop box by 8 p.m.…MORE

Public records lawsuit stalled by session now continues against Idaho Rep. Giddings

Public records lawsuit stalled by session now continues against Idaho Rep. Giddings

After a nearly three-month delay because of the legislative session, a public records lawsuit against Rep. Priscilla Giddings will continue this month in court. Giddings is the subject of a civil complaint filed by Erika Birch, a Boise attorney who represented the legislative intern who accused former Rep. Aaron von Ehlinger of rape in March…MORE

Complaint filed over Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s limited office hours

Complaint filed over Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s limited office hours

A complaint was filed with three different state agencies Wednesday afternoon asking for an investigation into whether Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s limited office hours violate state law. The Idaho Capital Sun reports, the written complaint was filed via email with the Idaho Attorney General’s Office, the Idaho Secretary of State’s Office and Gov. Brad Little’s…MORE

Protesters gather at Statehouse and Boise City Hall

Protesters gather at Statehouse and Boise City Hall

A group of people gathered at the Idaho Statehouse on Tuesday in support of a woman’s right to choose. Protests continued Tuesday evening at Boise City Hall, as well. This comes after Politico published a draft opinion that suggests the supreme court will overturn Roe vs. Wade. The final opinion isn’t expected to be published…MORE

Previously non accessible area of Boise Foothills to feature new 5.7 mile trail

Previously non accessible area of Boise Foothills to feature new 5.7 mile trail

A new 5.7-mile trail will be constructed in the Hawkins Range Reserve — a previously inaccessible area in the Boise Foothills off Bogus Basin Road. The City of Boise and Ridge to Rivers says the Hawkins Loop Trail will be managed as a one-way directional trail for runners, hikers, equestrians and mountain bikers. The property…MORE

State asks Idaho Supreme Court to rescind order delaying abortion law’s implementation

State asks Idaho Supreme Court to rescind order delaying abortion law’s implementation

The Idaho Office of Attorney General filed a series of briefs last week asking the Idaho Supreme Court to vacate its order delaying implementation of the state’s newest abortion law. The attorney general’s office also asked the court to strike portions of statements from Planned Parenthood representatives. The Idaho Capitol Sun reports, if the court…MORE

Boil water order lifted in Blackfoot

Boil water order lifted in Blackfoot

The boil order in Blackfoot has been lifted after all tests came back negative Thursday afternoon. City officials say that if residents have any concerns about their water to run a faucet for 10 to15 minutes to purge the water in the house lines. EastIdahoNews.com reports the boil order was issued last Friday after a…MORE

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

On Saturday, Blue Cross of Idaho and the Meridian Anti-Drug Coalition will partner for the fifth time to collect potentially dangerous and unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs. National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Blue Cross of Idaho in Meridian. Treasure Valley residents may drop off prescription…MORE

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Reba McEntire Is Back On Television

Reba McEntire Is Back On Television

Her character’s name is Sunny and is described as a: “successful backcountry outfitter with a secret history of missing customers” by Country Now.

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