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  1. Chris DeVinoRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2017 | Boise Weekly

    Posters and pop culture memorabilia cover the walls at Boise barber shop Barbiere DeVino in the Belgravia Building . Punk, rap and ska pump through the speakers, and the retro barber chairs are usually full thanks to a steady stream of customers, who emerge from the subterranean shop with sharp 'dos, clean shaves and immaculately edged beards courtesy of stylists who can talk a customer's ear off without nicking it.


  2. Number of Reported Hate Crimes in Idaho Jumps in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2017 | Boise Weekly

    Most of the news is not good inside the 253-page "Crime in Idaho" report, issued July 3 by the Idaho State Police Bureau of Criminal Identification. It reveals a rise in 2016 in crimes against persons, property and society; a rise in violent crimes; and a whopping 27.3 percent increase in hate crimes in Idaho compared to 2015.


  3. Improving RelationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2017 | Boise Weekly

    Bipartisan council supports lifting Cuba trade embargo Rep. Mat Erpelding and Rep. Luke Malek The Trump Administration's plan to roll back policy initiatives between the United States and Cuba is a missed opportunity for the country and a substantive blow to potentially lucrative markets here in Idaho. What you may have missed from the news reporting on this issue is that bipartisan support for improved trade relations with Cuba is alive and well.


  4. Miners Strike Hits Lucky FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Boise Weekly

    The Lucky Friday Mine in northern Idaho has been shut down before. One of the deepest silver mines in the U.S., Lucky Friday was the scene of a number of accidents in 2011 - two of them resulting in death.


  5. Playing Against the House: Idaho Lawmakers Nix Anti-Tribal Gaming BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2017 | Boise Weekly

    Following three days of testimony and debate, the Idaho House State Affairs Committee decided in a razor-thin vote to hold House Bill 127 in committee, in effect killing the measure that many saw as anti-tribal gaming. Native American tribal members, faith leaders and a seemingly endless stream of attorneys stood before the committee Tuesday and Wednesday arguing for and against the measure, which would have upended a voter-approved 2002 initiative permitting tribal casinos.


  6. The Rent Risk: CWI Scrambles to Dig Out of its Widening Hole of LeasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2017 | Boise Weekly

    According to the most recent long-term strategic assessment from the College of Western Idaho, the state's largest community college is on the brink of a funding deficit. By many measures, CWI has been a runaway success since opening in 2009, growing from 1,200 students to more than 24,000 in eight years.


  7. SPLC Report Counts Idaho Anti-Muslim GroupsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2017 | Boise Weekly

    Every year, the Southern Poverty Law Center releases an interactive map of hate groups across the United States. According to SPLC's 2016 report, released Feb. 15, Idaho now has 12 active hate groups, including numerous organizations targeting Muslims and refugees.


  8. Kara McGeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2017 | Boise Weekly

    Twenty years ago, a person might have felt a little skeezy about buying porno flicks or skin mags from an adult shop. Kara McGee can sympathize, but times have changed.


  9. Two Idaho Surgeons Perform Amputation Inside Truck Cab, Saving Driver's LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2017 | Boise Weekly

    Even though Drs. Edward DeTar and Marcus Torgenson said they've performed more than 1,200 previous leg amputations, performing the procedure inside the cab of a semi-truck on Interstate 90 proved to be their greatest challenge to-date.


  10. More Idaho GOP Fireworks: Senate Mulling Challenged Election and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 13, 2017 | Boise Weekly

    Amid the Statehouse controversy in which Rep. Heather Scott had her committee assignments stripped by GOP leadership following remarks that female House members gained leadership if they "spread their legs," legislators are girding themselves for more provocation from yet another northern Idaho Republican, this time from freshman Sen. Dan Foreman . The 63-year-old retired Moscow police officer, who upset veteran legislator Dan Schmidt in November, says he'd like to see women who undergo abortion charged with first-degree murder.


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