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Lewiston water and reservoir rupture update

Lewiston water and reservoir rupture update

The City of Lewiston Public Works Department has been working around the clock to restore regular service to water customers still under the boil water order. Today the City of Lewiston Public Works Department drained the affected reservoir and switch that portion of the water system to a different water source. “Now that the necessary…MORE

Man killed after stepping into eastbound lanes I-184

Man killed after stepping into eastbound lanes I-184

Idaho State Police is investigating a crash that happened at approximately 6:18 p.m. on Wednesday. Police say a 20-year-old man from Boise stepped into traffic in the eastbound lanes of I184 near milepost 2, in Boise. A 41-year-old woman from Nampa hit the man. He died from his injuries at the scene of the crash.MORE

Broncos Control Second Half to Down Fresno State

Broncos Control Second Half to Down Fresno State

Boise State outscores the Bulldogs 40-28 in second half BroncoSports.com BOISE, Idaho – Boise State’s defense led the way as the Bronco men’s basketball team locked down a 63-53 victory over Fresno State, Tuesday night at ExtraMile Arena. After trailing 25-23 entering the second half the Broncos (16-5, 6-2 MW) opened the period with six-straight points…MORE

Bill introduced would ask voters if they want to amend initiative section in constitution

Bill introduced would ask voters if they want to amend initiative section in constitution

CBS 2 News A draft bill that would amend the initiative section of Idaho’s constitution has been moved to print in Senate State Affairs Wednesday morning. Sen. Doug Okuniewicz’s (R-Hayden) draft legislation is similar to a law passed in 2021 — SB 1110 — but overturned by the Idaho Supreme Court. For an initiative to go before voters, under…MORE

Attorney General Labrador files immigration lawsuit against Biden Administration

Attorney General Labrador files immigration lawsuit against Biden Administration

On Wednesday, Attorney General Raúl Labrador announced the filing of a new lawsuit against the Biden administration. According to the release, earlier this month, the Biden Administration unveiled the expansion of a plan to parole illegal immigrants into the United States. Under the Biden Administration’s plan, every year 360,000 illegal immigrants from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua…MORE

Ammon Bundy pleas out in St. Luke’s trial

Ammon Bundy pleas out in St. Luke’s trial

 Ammon Bundy took a plea deal in court on Monday, January 23rd. Bundy accepted a plea deal for 1st Offense Trespass in the St. Luke’s case. Ammon Bundy led a crowd of protestors outside of St. Luke’s to protest the “medical kidnapping of a child.” The original story can be read here. The plea agreement sentences…MORE

Idaho National Laboratory to hold public meeting in Boise on future of nuclear energy

Idaho National Laboratory to hold public meeting in Boise on future of nuclear energy

The Idaho National Laboratory will hold a public meeting for Treasure Valley residents to learn more about the future of nuclear energy, according to a press release. The meeting and panel discussion will be held at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Boise State University Alumni and Friends Center, 1173 University Drive in Boise. Building on…MORE

Broncos set to host Bulldogs tonight

Broncos set to host Bulldogs tonight

Boise State begins a two-game homestand this week with a game against Fresno State on Tuesday, Jan. 24, at ExtraMile Arena. Tipoff is at 7 p.m. MT with broadcast coverage provided by FS1 and Newstalk 670am KBOI. SERIES HISTORY: The Broncos won both meetings against Fresno State last season, holding the Bulldogs to under 70 points…MORE

Weiser to host Idaho Gov. Brad Little’s next ‘Capital for a Day’ event

Weiser to host Idaho Gov. Brad Little’s next ‘Capital for a Day’ event

BY: CHRISTINA LORDS – JANUARY 23, 2023 4:02 AM Idaho Capital Sun Idaho Gov. Brad Little’s next “Capital for a Day” event will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 27 at Weiser’s Vendome Event Center, 309 State St. Residents are encouraged to attend and bring questions or concerns about state government. State officials joining Little include:…MORE

Idaho Public Policy Survey shows concern about State, economy

Idaho Public Policy Survey shows concern about State, economy

The Eighth Annual Idaho Public Policy Survey was released by the researchers at Boise State University’s Idaho Policy Institute. The survey shows that Idahoans are growing more pessimistic about the direction the state and local economy are heading. The survey was conducted November 10-17 2022 and covered a variety of topics including the economy, state…MORE

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670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

Biden’s vaccine mandate is not the solution By Governor Brad Little Americans are deeply divided on COVID-19 and the response to it. Public health has turned political, there’s no doubt about it. But the situation playing out in hospitals across the country isn’t up for debate. There are more patients in need of critical care…

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little Idaho to help secure U.S.-Mexico border because Biden won’t July 7, 2021 Last week I announced my plan to send Idaho State Police (ISP) troopers to Arizona to help secure the United States-Mexico border and curb the flow of illegal drugs into Idaho due to failed Biden-Harris immigration…

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Speaker of the House Scott Bedke

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Speaker of the House Scott Bedke

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Speaker of the House Scott Bedke   Happy Birthday, Idaho – Let’s Celebrate and Maintain the Idaho Way BY: Speaker of the House Scott Bedke, Oakley There is no better place to live, work, and raise a family than Idaho. As a proud Idaho native who believes, promotes and lives our…