Watching the early matches in the 2018 FIFA World Cup makes you realize that running around for ninety minutes straight sure will keep a body looking fit and trim. Man, those guys are in shape! Bulging calf muscles aside, we've got three reasons why this tournament will make us all bigger soc…
I never thought I'd be great buds with a retired man who rides through the neighborhood every day on a golf cart, but Chuck is awesome! And he's proof that getting to know our neighbors is a really good thing.
My dad is a US Navy veteran, and he loves to fly the flag outside his house several days each year. The most important day to him might be on Flag Day, June 14th. Most of us have no idea why today is so significant. Do you?
The first sounds that babies make are usually with p and d, and that's why names like Papa and Dada attach themselves to fathers from the very beginning. What do you call your dad? Idahoans are falling right into line with the rest of the country for the most part, but we are making one huge …
Treasure Valley kids who get busted for not having a permit may not have to shut down that lemonade stand after all. There's a national team that's ready to jump in and clear up issues with lemonade stand permits and fees, and it may spare kids a lot of tears and shattered dreams this sum…
If it's a Meal Ready to Eat (MRE) for the troops, it can't spoil, and it has to have a shelf life of two or three years. The average slice of pizza has trouble living up to those standards, but finally, the Army has found a way to make it happen.
The rest of the US might have a thing against flip flops at the office, but those seem to be part of standard operating procedure for some of us girls in Idaho, especially if they're blingy. We love 'em, but apparently, we shouldn't so much.
The rainbow banners are up, and that means Boise Pridefest is not far away. The rally at the Idaho State Capitol will happen June 16th, but there are plenty of other events that anyone can be part of between now and then.
It's really amazing how quickly crews in Nampa were able to fix a stretch of road in the area of Idaho Center Boulevard and I-84 after a sinkhole shut down the road on Friday. And they do know what caused the sinkhole.
If you're not taking a vacation this summer you're not alone. Almost half of the Treasure Valley will skip the trip in favor of staying at home for the next three months and there are three big reasons why.
If you're tossing around a few possible dates for your wedding and you are dying to know which one is historically the most likely to have the perfect weather forecast, you gotta check this out. You could even cheat and use this tool to plan your next backyard barbecue.
It's a 90-minute "mass class," and it's going to kick off Idaho Yoga Week this Sunday. Grab your mat and set it up on the Idaho State Capital grass and join hundreds of others in what could be Boise's biggest yoga class ever.
Road trips and barbecues are great, but Memorial Day weekend is about much more than that. The Idaho State Cemetery will give us the chance on Monday to get close to some decorated veterans, while we remember those that we've lost.
Sending the kids to camps, amusement parks, and arcades during the summer can get expensive, so we're going to help you find some free fun that will save you some money and keep them from getting bored too.
First up, a chance for parents and kids to build a car together!
More than two hundred thousand Idahoans are going to be traveling for the Memorial Day weekend, and it may feel like every one of them is in front of you on I-84. There will be enough road stress, so do yourself a favor and avoid the hassle of getting fined on top of it.