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Caldwell Students Honor Florida School Shooting Victims
Lots of people say they want to do something after a tragedy, and students in Caldwell did more than just talk about it. Students at Syringa Middle School held a moving event (with a twist) to honor all 17 Parkland, Florida shooting victims.
Spring Brings out Boise ‘Rocks’
Now that spring is here and we've got warmer weather, the kindness rock movement is about to get an infusion of energy. The next two weekends will be prime times to paint, hide, and find colorful new rocks, but there are some rules we'll need to keep in mind.
The Worst Thing About Spring is Figuring Out the Sprinkler System
Why do lawn irrigation systems have to be so darned hard to program? If you'd rather have crispy grass than spend an hour of your life trying to make it work right, you are not alone.
New Restaurant is Open Now in Downtown Boise
You may have noticed the construction and renovation progress downtown, and all of that has paid off for a brand new sandwich shop that's really good at pairing sandwiches with specialty lemonades. After the grand opening yesterday, this is day two.
New Boise App Connects Craft Beer Drinkers With Brewers
There's a handy new app created in Boise that will help craft beer drinkers know where to go to try some new brews. At half-price.
Free Pizza for Everyone in the Treasure Valley
After that huge upset where a 16 seed beat a #1 seed in the March Madness Basketball Tournament, Little Caesars is going to make good on its promise to give us all free pizza.
5 St. Patrick’s Day Pickup Lines to Totally Avoid
This will be a fun and festive weekend full of parties, beads, and green beer, and it can only be ruined by one thing. Dumb pickup lines! Prepare yourself for these doozies, and don't use 'em if you want to have any chance of moving into someone else's personal space.
Taco Bell Arena – Nearby Restaurants for March Madness
The concession areas at Taco Bell Arena have lots of loaded nachos and hot dogs to keep you going through all of the NCAA tournament games starting today, and there are several great restaurants nearby. Here's a handy guide.
‘Sweeney Todd’ Comes to Boise State
If you missed it last weekend, there are four performances of Sweeney Todd left at Boise State this Thursday through Sunday. After this, you'll know why he's the "demon barber Fleet Street."
Red Cross Needs Help Installing Smoke Alarms in West Boise
We've heard it too often in cases of a fatal fire. "There was no working smoke detector at the home." So how about we save some lives? The Red Cross is teaming up with firefighters to install smoke detectors in hundreds of Boise homes, and they need volunteers.