Parents want answers; school leaders want funding
The Idaho State Historical Society and the Rotary Club of Boise East teamed up in October to raise $5,000 on Kickstarter so they could knock down Table Rock's cement bench that's covered in graffiti and replace it with several new benches that are harder to vandalize.
Even with snowy conditions some parents are complaining that bus delays are too long. Although the West Ada School District has to follow rules making it harder to fix the issue.
See the new building codes aimed at keeping development in check.
The Truth Squad checked in with Valley Ride and found that many times its buses aren't arriving on-time at several stops.
ACHD fixing the pipe to prevent street damage and ensure public safety
Aging irrigation pipes are beginning to leak, we find out who needs to pay up
An irrigation ditch piped and buried in this area 40 years ago, probably by the developer, is now leaking. There are cracks in the sidewalk and driveway and each are sunken in.
After a call from one Eagle woman and KBOI, the Idaho secretary of state's office and Ada County found hundreds of people lost their voter registration when they shouldn't have.
The Idaho Attorney General orders the organizer and promoter of "Ribfest" and a failed wedding show to stop conducting business in the state.
Gwen Hubbard said she's been "out of water three or four times and out of electricity a few times" since the digging began about a month ago.
Members are angry after Body Renew Fitness centers around the Treasure Valley suddenly closed their doors Wednesday. Not everyone will get a refund.
Like the one last year, the new bond proposal would provide the money to fix up several Boise fire stations, which were built decades ago. Many of them are not even up to code.
Neighbors worry their neighborhood could go up in flames because of unkempt weeds.
We investigate the effects of wearable cameras on complaints and use of force calls
Rock mine files for additional 18 month temporary use permit while neighbors complain of health concerns
Good fences make good neighbors; Bad fences make for a court battle
One word in the bill spells trouble for some lawmakers
After a crash with an uninsured driver one Boise man is finding how low the fines are in Idaho for driving without protections. Why it could cost other drivers big money.
Including OT is a game changer
Business owners on both sides of the border like the idea, but sound an alarm
A Boise man's social security number is exposed after H&R Block makes a mailing mistake. The company says he's not the only one affected.
Judge Roger Cockerille read from the complaint at Teresa Belau's arraignment Monday. It alleges she "did wrongfully take a financial transaction card from the owner, the United States Postal Service." That refers to a single gift card taken from the mail in late July.
The Truth Squad investigates what, if anything is being done to protect the children from faith healing
A BSU student who is in a wheelchair would like to see changes to how the school deals with disabled students. This comes after she was left in an evacuation are during a fire drill.
Follow the money trail in this special Truth Squad Investigation: Common Core or Coercion
The Truth Squad digs into the frequent flyer miles policy
Who’s making out better... you or your city employees? KBOI 2News investigates