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Katy Moeller

Tacoma News Tribune

Boise, ID, United States

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Past articles by Katy:

Caldwell mayor will be on ‘FOX & Friends’ to talk about PETA, Chicken Dinner Road

Animal rights group PETA stirred up controversy in Idaho last week when it asked Caldwell Mayor Garret Nancolas to change the name of Chicken Dinner Road. He will talk about it on Fox & Friends on Tuesday. → Read More

Woman, 2 children die in Boise’s deadliest house fire in years

A woman and two children died in a house fire in Boise early Monday morning, Boise Fire officials say. Investigators have determined the fire was caused by a heating element in an electric wax burner. → Read More

Caldwell mayor’s response to PETA request for road name change: ‘No way, no chance’

PETA, an animal rights group, has asked for Caldwell Mayor Garret Nancolas to change name of Chicken Dinner Road. Nancolas rejected the idea in a social media post, and so have many other local residents. → Read More

What the cluck? PETA finds name of rural road in Idaho distasteful, asks for change

PETA, an animal rights group, has asked for Caldwell Mayor Garret Nancolas to change name of Chicken Dinner Road. The way the meat industry treats chickens is inhumane, PETA Vice President Tracy Reiman said. → Read More

Nampa man dies after crashing into back of semi-truck trailer

A 22-year-old Nampa man was killed in a crash with a semi-truck Monday afternoon. → Read More

After party, Boise State fired 20 members of housing staff, student newspaper reports

The Arbiter, the student newspaper at Boise State University, reported Tuesday that at least 20 members of the housing staff were fired following a party in late June. → Read More

Boise firefighters dispatched to Table Rock for grass fire

A vegetation fire was reported at Table Rock Monday afternoon. → Read More

‘We know it’s a pain.’ Boise is choked by road restrictions and closures. Here’s why.

Construction on a main arterial in Downtown Boise, along with closures due to other projects and special events, is slowing travel through the heart of the city. → Read More

Campaign aims to get medical marijuana initiative on Idaho ballot

Initiative campaign to put legalization of medical marijuana to Idaho voters started Tuesday with press conference at Capitol. → Read More

Semitrailer driver cited after running over bicyclist in Boise

A bicyclist was struck by a truck in south Boise on Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Boy rushed to hospital after report of possible drowning in Meridian

A young boy was hospitalized after a report of a possible drowning. → Read More

Worker hospitalized after heavy equipment accident in Caldwell

One person in Caldwell was transported to a local hospital after being injured in a heavy equipment accident. → Read More

Boise Lego animator makes videos for Golden State Warriors during NBA Finals

Boisean Jared Jacobs, who works full time making mini-movies with Legos, has immortalized many amazing sports moments. An NBA video he made this year captured the attention of the Golden State Warriors. → Read More

After less than 2 weeks, CBD kiosk exits Boise mall. Here’s why.

The owners of Golden Nugget CBD have decided to shut down their kiosk at the Boise Towne Square mall — less than two weeks after opening. It wasn’t due to low sales. The company also will have a Meridian store. → Read More

Albertsons, Oregon pot shop among those who donated $7,500 for Boise Pride lights

A state official said lighting of Idaho Capitol by private groups will not be permitted. Boise Pride Festival has raised $7,500, including donations from Albertsons and Hotbox Farms, to light it up from afar. → Read More

Boise Bench shooting in April left one dead, 2 injured. One survivor now in jail.

Sonny Lee Heidenreich, 19, was one of three people shot on the Boise Bench on April 14. Natalie Martinez, 21, and her sister, Briana, 19, were also shot. Briana died. Heidenreich faces drug charges. → Read More

Idaho Capitol lighting was banned. Boise Pride Festival will do it anyway — from afar

Undeterred by a new policy prohibiting the lighting of Idaho’s Capitol, Boise Pride Festival is moving ahead with plan to light the building — but from a distance. → Read More

Working full time while living in a homeless shelter: 3 Boiseans share what it’s like

The stigma that comes with being homeless makes it extra tough for those seeking jobs, and shelter life comes with blessings and burdens. Three Boiseans talk about working their way back to independence. → Read More

CBD business opens at Boise Towne Square mall, Meridian shop planned

Now you can buy CBD at the Boise Towne Square mall. The owners of an Oregon marijuana dispensary and CBD shop are selling products in a cart. → Read More

At least 20 Idahoans land in ER after toxic exposure. Officials aren’t sure what caused it.

More than 20 farmworkers were sickened Sunday by direct or indirect exposure to a toxin at a farm near Parma. Idaho Department of Agriculture is investigating the cause. → Read More