I never think of Idaho as a dangerous place, but as more and more crime pops up in the news it got me thinking about where the shady spots are and according to this report the most dangerous place to live is a city right here in the Treasure Valley.
It's been two years since my husband of 15 years packed up his stuff and left this house and a year and a half since I got the papers in the mail saying all those hopes and dreams were over and I officially became a single person. Here are 8 things you probably shouldn't say if you encounter someone who is newly divorced.
We all know the days of going to the mall have changed quite a bit with the convenient trend of online shopping. Amazon changed the retail world as we knew it, but it seems like one by one the brick and mortar stores are filing for bankruptcy and disappearing.
Yesterday we were talking about a man from "Utah" who is suing Gwyneth Paltrow for $3.1 million dollars after a skiing accident at Deer Valley Resort, turns out he is really from Idaho and the story just gets more and more interesting.
A school shooting is something we hope and pray never happens here. We've seen it happen all too often in cities across the U.S. and like to think that we are safe living in the Treasure Valley, but this made me realize it can happen anywhere, anytime.
You've seen it in the movies or if you read the classic book Sybil, but one woman right here in Boise struggles with what is now called dissociative identity disorder and she's taking it to television.
It's an issue most of us don't really think about. What do you do when someone who is transgender is arrested and placed behind bars? Should they be placed with the gender they were born as or with the gender they identify with?