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Past articles by Dean:

Boy's accidental gunshot ends up in neighbor's bedroom

One Nampa family hopes the accidental shooting will shed some light on locking up your guns. → Read More

Idaho honors officers lost in the line of duty

Idaho law enforcement remembers those Idaho officers killed in the line of duty. → Read More

Downtown alley to undergo transformation, become community oasis

The Union Block Alley will undergo a complete transformation over the course of the next year. → Read More

'We'll be OK': Idaho Boy Scout leader talks plans after LDS Church cuts ties

Officials say with the church's departure, recruiting new kids will be pivotal. → Read More

Boise Airport looks to expand, relocate cell phone waiting area

The Boise Airport is looking to expand the cell phone waiting area to help meet the growing demand. → Read More

Hunger study shows more falling into food gap

The number of those Idahoans who can't access food stamp benefits because they make too much money to qualify is on the rise, putting more people into this food gap. → Read More

'It's worth it:' ICAC unit acts as shield against online predators

Rob Fowler likes to tell parents that in the hands of their children, technology is like a loaded gun: "You just wouldn't give them one and tell them to figure it out." → Read More

As weather warms, construction season roars to life

ACHD spokesman Craig Quintana said residents should plan ahead and find alternate routes to spare themselves the headache of sitting in traffic. → Read More

Boise woman recounts Yellowstone bison attack

Boise woman recounts encounter with bison in Yellowstone National Park. → Read More

New Plymouth superintendent resigns

New Plymouth Superintendent Kevin Barker has resigned from his position. → Read More

Ontario to cut some emergency services

Ontario will cut a police officer, firefighter, and two code enforcement officers. → Read More

CBD oil product moves toward FDA approval

An FDA advisory panel voted unanimously in favor of the experimental medication Epidiolex. → Read More

Settlement reached in sliding homes lawsuit

Richard Stacey, who's representing four of the homeowners, says they settled individually with the 25 different defendants, including the city of Boise. → Read More

Boise looks to become most livable city in the country

Boise released its bi-annual report highlighting and outlining the progress in ways the city is striving to become the most livable city in the country. → Read More

Save Idaho Horse Racing claims tribe is bribing signature gatherers

Todd Dvorak, who's representing Save Idaho Horse Racing, told KTVB that campaign staff have filed anywhere from six to 10 police reports against those with the North Idaho Voter Project. → Read More

Meridian's population surpasses 100,000

Meridian's population was less than 10,000 people in 1990. → Read More

EMTs undergo intense school shooting drill

North Jr. High students helped St. Luke's Regional Education Team conduct a school shooting drill -- training for something they hope will never happen. → Read More

BLM using cattle to decrease wildfire risk

The BLM is experimenting with cattle grazing to provide fire fuel breaks. → Read More

Measures taken to prevent E. coli outbreak at Boise ponds

The Boise Parks and Recreation Department has instituted several measures to help prevent E. coli from entering ponds. → Read More

How do political campaigns obtain your info?

In Idaho, the state's voter registration system is public, which means names, addresses, phone numbers, and political affiliation can be obtained by anyone for political use. → Read More