Will Murkle, John Julian and their three children are all safe tonight after being missing for 24 hours.
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Zions Bank and the Gardner Co. had the grand opening to their new building on 8th and Main Saturday night.
The Idaho Steelheads doubled up Bakersfield 6-3 Saturday night at CenturyLink Arena.
Refugees from Somalia, Kenya, Nepal and other countries are able to harvest their own crops and sell them for a profit at local farmers markets.
In an effort to increase attendance rates in online courses, teacher Tyson Chaplin agreed to strap on some skis and test out the ski jump at Bogus Basin.
A man wanted for his alleged involvement in the assaults of a female and a police officer in Bozeman, Montana may be traveling through Idaho.
On Your Side takes you on an exclusive tour to the top of Boise's newest building - now the tallest building in the state - from the developer of 8th and Main.
If the movies are any indication, nothing says I love you like a home-made meal. In Idaho, we have a unique opportunity to create a full meal using foods grown in our state.
The sport's only female racer to compete with the men will be ripping up the dirt this weekend.
Police are involved in a standoff with a man who is refusing to leave a home near Cole and Amity.
Hikers, runners and mountain bikers are urged to use caution in an area of the Boise Foothills where two dogs were attacked by a mountain lion Monday afternoon.
Seahawks and Broncos players face the world-wide press at Media Day at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ on Tuesday morning.
Police in a North Carolina town are searching for a shooter who sprayed a church playground with gunfire, striking four youths playing basketball and critically wounding a 12-year-old boy.
A new report shows Oregon with the third-highest percentage of job growth in the nation.
Alerts went out over social media early Tuesday morning as the Boise Police Department worked to find a missing teen named John.
ISP is investigating a crash that occurred this morning just west of the Orchard exit on I-84 in Boise.
Following the announcement that he would not run for re-election, leaders in various areas spoke about his impact as Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Sen. Curt McKenzie (R-Nampa) says the people of Idaho should have a right to carry a gun on public college campuses like Boise State as long as they're 21 years or older and have gone through enhanced permit training, or if they're a retired police officer.
A historic Boise home slated for demolition to make way for a new state parking lot has been saved.
UPDATE: Bomb technicians have taken the grenade to the desert to dispose of the object safely.
Idaho students who are interested in a career in digital gaming and computer programming have the opportunity to participate in the Idaho Teen GameLab (ITGL).
Republicans promoting Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter's proposed $2 million fund to kill wolves say they hope the cash helps reduce Idaho's population of the canine predators by more than 500 animals, to just 150 wolves in 15 packs.
A Baker City man who accidentally shot himself in the upper leg has been arrested.
With the Super Bowl approaching, fans are talking trash, buying snacks, and, more than ever, placing bets.
A Florida measure that would allow the use of medical marijuana has cleared its final hurdle and will be on the November ballot.
Pawn shops in the north-central Idaho town of Lewiston are switching to an electronic system that allows employees to quickly check police databases for stolen goods.
A man has been arrested after leading Ada County Sheriff’s deputies on a short vehicle pursuit on Sunday, January 26th.
Idaho could soon join a handful of states that allow students, teachers and others to bring guns to class.
Police are searching an Italian mountain area beloved by Pope John Paul II for a stolen relic bearing his blood.
Police say a 16-year-old boy was critically injured after setting himself on fire in an apparent suicide attempt at a suburban Denver high school.