This is going to be a super bad year for ticks, thanks to unusually wet weather we've had in Idaho this spring. It's especially important to take precautions against tick bites, because of the possibility of being infected with Lyme Disease and a growing infestation of the Powassan Virus.
Are you prepared for flooding...there is a better chance for us being affected by the Boise river overflowing this year than in past years. The Bureau of Reclamation releases even more water today and the Boise River will rise to 1850cfs above flood stage....Here's what you need to do to be pre…
Heavy rain and snow melt has led to the Boise River hitting it's second highest level ever! At least since the building of the Lucky Peak Dam. Ada county and Eagle have already declared disaster areas around the river due to flooding.
The Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are again increasing flows from Lucky Peak Dam because of above-normal winter precipitation and warm weather…this time the increase flows will take us to official flood stage for the Boise River