Several days after her husband Adam’s avalanche death, Summer Andersen felt compelled to do something to help other families. She created the nonprofit Adam Andersen Avalanche Project and raised money to install avalanche warning signs in Island Park, Idaho, near where her husband died.
John Sowell, Associated Press | PostedOct 14th - 11:50am
Boise State University plans to tear down four midcentury houses between University Drive and Boise Avenue and replace them with grass, raising concerns among neighbors about the university's long-term plans.
A ballot initiative seeking to legalize historical horse racing devices in Idaho that opponents contend are the equivalent of illegal slot machines is drawing the most money leading up to November's general election.