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A (New) Rant From (Another) Local Grocery Cashier
Let's remember to be extra nice to our frontline workers. They're putting themselves in harms way every single day to make sure we have essentials!
You Drinking More? Alcohol Sales Are WAY Up
Bars may be closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but Americans are still buying a whole lot of alcohol. A lot more than before.
A PSA From A Local Grocery Cashier
This comes from a local grocery store cashier, who's having a hard time with customers being rude, and putting her at additional risk when going in for non-essential items.
A Message From a Boise Airport Shuttle Driver
Agree with this shuttle driver? Have you seen people doing non-essential traveling, either on social media or in person?
Restaurants Offering Free Meals and Deals During Pandemic
restaurants around the Treasure Valley are helping out first responders and parents who may have a hard time feeding their kids when they normally would be in school.
Amazon To Hire 100K Employees
in a time where people's jobs are uncertain, a company thriving and hiring will be a huge blessing to many.
Gun Sales Surge- Are YOU Stocking Up?
It's not just toilet paper, paper towels and hand sanitizer that are getting hoarded and selling out in stores during this ongoing coronavirus outbreak--it's guns, too.
Alaska Airlines Announces New PNW Destination From Boise
The new flights are announced as BOI had its busiest travel year ever, seeing 4.1 million passengers in 2019.
Average U.S. Households Have 11 Connected Devices
Thinking about my own personal home, I've got my phone, my smart TV, a tablet, two lap tops, an Alexa and a Google Home. I think that's it off the top, so that's seven connected devices for one person. And I'm not alone.
3,000 Sexual Assaults in Uber Safety Report
Ride-share passengers are easy targets as they have no control where they're being driven and sometimes vulnerable if they're taking an Uber or Lyft because they're intoxicated.