The New York Daily News says a Harlem doctor who treated Ebola patients in West Africa before returning to New York earlier this month has tested positive for the disease. This is the first ebola diagnosis in the city.
33 year old Dr. Craig Spencer was taken to Bellevue Hospital in a pro
For any fan of Glenn Campbell or people who have family members suffering from Alzheimers…you will want to see his last video and song, “Never Gonna Miss You.”
The Country Music Hall of Fame member, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2011 was put in a facility last summer after his condition did not allow him to stay at home
A second Dallas Texas health care worker who provided care for Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan has contracted the virus, according to preliminary test results released early Wednesday. The worker reported a fever Tuesday an
Early voting starts Tuesday in Ada County; Canyon County early voting is already under way.
Three federal offices, all statewide offices and legislative seats, and several county offices are at stake, along with a statewide constitutional amendment, a $17 million Boise fire bond and several smaller levies and bonds in Canyon County
HAUSER, Idaho (AP) – A bus carrying paintball players struck and killed a Washington state man inside a zombie attraction at a corn maze in northern Idaho, authorities said Saturday.
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BSU coach Bryan Harsin says senior wide receiver Matt Miller is scheduled to undergo ankle surgery Monday morning which is expected to end his college career.
Miller has a ligament injury in his left leg that has hampered him for much of the season
According to the Idaho Statesman, The Boise School District's Franklin and Cole elementary school properties have been bought by Maverik Inc., the convenience store and gas station chain, for $3.8 million.
The San Antonio Express-News, is reporting that army spokesman Wayne Hall is saying the report on Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's disappearance and his actions beforehand is done and "is being reviewed by commanders"
Officials with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare say in a statement that the first two flu deaths for this season have been recorded. State epidemiologist Leslie Tengelsen says a woman in southwest Idaho and another in northern Idaho recently died from influenza-related illnesses
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