You know our military veterans have some interesting stories to tell and those hidden gems won't come to light unless we ask. I fired five quick questions at my dad about his service and was surprised by what I found out.
The graves of Treasure Valley veterans will be decorated with wreaths again this December, and now is the time to do the planning to make sure no graves get skipped. Boise alone has 4800 graves to honor.
If you're active duty military or a veteran, you can score some extra discounts this 4th of July at some great spots around the Treasure Valley.
Don't miss these chances to save some money for your family and get some freebies too.
I absolutely love this! There are so many heartbreaking stories out there lately, let's talk about a heartwarming story instead!
Close to 500 Boise High School students walked across the stage last night to accept their diploma. For one courageous graduate, it’s a walk he’s been waiting his whole life to take...
Maybe you've seen a few green lights around the Treasure Valley this week.
At work, on the front porch, and on college campuses, people are replacing white lights with green bulbs to show support for veterans. And it's easy to become part of the movement.
Idaho veteran Herbert Morrison served in the United States military during World War II, proudly fighting in the South Pacific.
This week he is traveling with 25 other World War II veterans to Washington, D.C. as part of a special trip...
Boise Mayor Dave Bieter presented the Key to the City to Boise resident USMC Retired SSGT Charlie Linville, who became the first combat amputee to climb Mount Everest earlier this year. The Key to the City is the highest honor the city can bestow on a resident...