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‘Lean factual meat’: Federal judge throws out lawsuit saying Idaho violated 2022 encampment protesters’ rights

A federal judge resoundingly smacked down a legal challenge from a group of protesters who set up camp on a piece of state property...

Boise begins to move some residents out to Capitol Blvd. affordable housing complex ahead of redevelopment

The City of Boise has started taking volunteers for tenants who would like to move out of a large affordable housing complex on Capitol...

Rental assistance outside of Ada County to end unless Idaho Legislature approves additional funding

Rental assistance will still be available in Ada County through June, but renters in need could be out of luck in Idahos 43 other...

Hotel rooms housing homeless community to stay open with Ada Co. funding

Interfaith Sanctuary will get to continue housing extra guests in downtown hotel rooms through April, nearly avoiding a December 15 deadline for funds running...

City of Boise stops purchase of more day shelter space after state opts to cut grant funding

The City of Boise’s hopes for more day shelter space near Cooper Court won’t be coming true in time for Christmas.  After months of talks...

City Council Member Sanchez proposes capping rental late fees in Boise

City Council Member Lisa Sanchez is hoping to bring another ordinance protecting renters to the City of Trees.  On Tuesday, Boise City Council heard the...

‘Very frustrating’: Nampa’s only family shelter could close come February

The Nampa Community Homeless Shelter is in danger of closing within the next few months.  Canyon County’s only family homeless shelter could shut down come...

More than 40 units of affordable housing planned near Settlers Park in Meridian

An affordable housing apartment community is planned near Settlers Park in Meridian.  The Wood Rose Apartments would sit at 1160 W Ustick Road. The project...

Boise City Council votes to approve industrial park next to Blue Valley mobile home park after hours of testimony

Years after a lengthy battle against a trucking terminal on the property nearby, Blue Valley Mobile Home Park will now have a sprawling campus...

‘We don’t have enough housing’: University of Washington real estate professor talks causes of homelessness, housing supply

Behind every person living in the United States without a home there’s a unique story, but what if there’s a single, deeper reason behind...

‘We’re still going to build’: Boise-area developers talk 2023 economic outlook, affordable housing

Katie Vila still remembers her heart racing when someone commented on her company’s proposed development project during a Boise City Council meeting in 2018. Vila...

Deep Dive: Boise emergency shelters struggling to care for growing elderly homeless population

Patrick Ball is a frequent flyer at Interfaith Sanctuary.  He’s been flitting in and out of the downtown Boise emergency shelter for months in his...

City of McCall creating Housing Authority to address community needs

The McCall City Council will vote on a resolution Thursday evening that would establish a Housing Authority.  Currently, the city has a Housing Advisory Committee...

Displaced Meridian tiny home resident argues she should be able to stay in her home during court case

As the Treasure Valley's housing crisis continues, Ada County’s Fourth District Court could weigh in on how tiny homes on wheels can be regulated...

Boise counts bike parking space in apartments towards 60-bike parking requirement at downtown building

The City of Boise recently dismissed a code compliance case against a downtown apartment building for not building enough bicycle parking space for residents...