84-year-old Lew Hollander does a pretty good job at staying active.
Trace Dandrea keeps training thanks to a cause close to his heart.
Wheelchair tennis serving up in the Treasure Valley.
Capital, Fruitland, Mountain View all win state championships.
Softball finals still yet to be determined, two local school meet in 5A baseball championship.
Treasure Valley teams perform well on first day.
Greyson Kilgore broke a NNU record that stood for more than 25 years.
Richard Childress Racing drivers and their affiliates swept the first three rows on the starting grid for Sunday's race, with the pole going to Brian Scott, who will lead the field to the green flag in just his fifth career Sprint Cup Series start.
Markus Geiger repeats as race champion.
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Capital wins 5A title over Borah while Homedale loses the 3A championship to Buhl.
Day Two of the Idaho High School Boys' State Basketball Tournament
16 local teams started the day with dreams of a state title, but only six remain.
Centennial, Kuna and Fruitland take team titles.
The Harlem Globetrotters invade CenturyLink Arena. Check out the highlights and video right here.