State High School scores and highlights from day two of the tournament ...
All the final scores, and a handful of highlights from the Idaho high school state tournament quarterfinals ...
A Treasure Valley teenager will represent team USA at the Freestyle Kayaking World Championships this September in North Carolina.
The live horse racing season at Ada County's Les Bois Park begins May 1, 2013 as owners continue their quest to make the track the "center of racing in the northwest."
Three-time Thorne Cup winning coach John Olver is leaving the Idaho Junior Steelheads hockey club to become the General Manager of the ECHL's Bakersfield Condors.
The College of Southern Idaho Golden Eagles add four women's basketball recruits to their 2013-14 class, and they're all from the treasure valley.
The Idaho Junior Steelheads of Head Coach John Olver and Assistant Coach Kyle Grabowski won the first-ever United Hockey Union National Championship early Tuesday afternoon, by beating their WSHL-rival Bay Area Seals 5-1 at the Las Vegas Ice Center.
The Davis Cup gives the Treasure Valley a look at some of the best tennis players in the world, two of them just happen to be twin brothers and doubles partners on Team USA.
Filip Kasaly scored twice, and Blake Mendenhall stopped 27 shots as the Idaho Jr. Steelheads won the WSHL's Thorne Cup for the third consecutive year 4-2 over the Bay Area Seals.
The Idaho Junior Steelheads skating for a third-straight Thorne Cup. Impressive enough, but even more so when you consider the team's only been around for four seasons.
Your bracket is busted, La Salle and Florida Gulf Coast had that effect on most of us. I'm going to offer you a second chance, a clean slate, a brand new bracket ... in college hockey.
Meridian native Alexi Micinski captured her first career ski title on Saturday in Spain, winning the ski slopestyle world cup on borrowed skis.
Skyview high school graduate Kyle Dranginis is a redshirt freshman guard at Gonzaga University. Also known as the number one team in the country, and a top seed in the NCAA tournament.
Borah high school's Isaiah Wright is the Idaho boys' basketball Gatorade player of the year.
Boise-based Exergy Development Group has announced it is scrapping the 2013 Exergy Tour, a five-stage women's bike race hosted in Boise for the first time last year.