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  • Todd Clark's characters come to life daily

    A squiggle becomes a full head of white hair. A few curved lines help form a face with some prominent laugh lines and some additional ones turn into an iconic set of glasses, a yellow polka-dot dress and a gray sweater. Yet more lines add depth and character until Lola, the sassy senior citizen who's been making people laugh since the "Lola" comic strip was first syndicated in 1999, emerges from the page.

  • BSU's blue-turf home renamed Albertsons Stadium

    Boise State University has announced a $12.5 million, 15-year deal to change the name of the school's blue-turf football stadium from Bronco Stadium to Albertsons Stadium.

  • Boise State gets OK to help homeless player

    The NCAA says Boise State can immediately assist a homeless football recruit who signed to play with the team in February.


    The Associated Press has withdrawn its story about Boise State University football because the deal was made between ESPN and the Mountain West Conference, not Boise State University, which has previously been reported. Also, the contract is about a year old.

  • Boise State football to get $1.1M from ESPN

    Boise State University has reached a deal with ESPN that will give the school at least $1.1 million and up to $2.6 million more in bonuses for broadcasting most of its football games on the sports network.

  • State Board of Education approves tuition hikes

    The Idaho State Board of Education has approved tuition increases.

  • 2 women sue Boise State over sex assault response

    Two former Boise State University students are suing the school because they say athletic officials ignored their reports of sexual assault and harassment by a star athlete.

  • Boise State lacrosse club coach arrested in park

    The co-head coach of the men's lacrosse club at Boise State University has been dismissed after police say he tried to entice a minor for a sexual encounter.

  • BSU president redoubles anti-guns on campus effort

    The president of Idaho's largest public university is redoubling efforts to convince lawmakers to halt a bill seeking to allow concealed weapons on the state's college campuses.

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