The Boise River is not to be jumped in today, Donald Trump calls a reporter "sleaze" and Michelle Heart brings the party for National Running Day.

 

TRENDING LOCAL

Payette Brewing is throwing a can release party tonight! They’re introducing a new Blood Orange Rustler IPA. It starts at 7pm with live music, draft specials and a food truck on site.

Today is National Running Day and there’s a big event at the Village at Meridian where volunteers can run on treadmills or ride bikes. For every mile, RC Willey will make a $10 donation to St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital. Michelle Heart will be there live today!

Today is the day the parking meter changes take place downtown. With first Thursday being tomorrow, I just want you prepared.

With temps reaching the triple digits, it will be tempting to just jump into the Boise River – DON’T DO IT! Floating season hasn’t begun because the river flow is too fast and too high. Firefighters say that if they had the authority, they would close the river. Today, it will be 92 degrees

TRENDING ENTERTAINMENT

Police are investigating the parents of the 4-year-old boy who fell into the gorilla enclosure. Investigators are looking into the parents actions leading up to the incident and discuss whether charges should be filed.

The agent for “Hot Felon” (Jeremy Meeks) says that Hot Felon is hoping to have his tattoos removed before starting his modeling career.

Disney has ordered weeks of reshoots for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story to “lighten the mood” of the film. Movie execs screened the movie and they said they felt it was totally off with what a “classic” Star Wars movie should feel like. The movie isn’t testing well.

Kelly Ripa could have a female co-host. It’s not set in stone but producers are entertaining the idea of possibly Wanda Sykes and Sherri Shepherd.

TRENDING NEWS

Donald Trump has lashed out at the media during a press conference where he was addressing criticism over contributions to veterans’ charities. This stemmed from when various outlets tried to urge Trump to disclose the recipients of the alleged millions he raised during a telethon-style fundraiser in January. His response is: "Instead of being like, 'Thank you very much, Mr. Trump,' or 'Trump did a good job,' everyone's saying, 'Who got it? Who got it? Who got it?' And you make me look very bad. I have never received such bad publicity for doing such a good job." Trump went on to say that "the press should be ashamed of themselves," calling one reporter "a sleaze" and sarcastically referring to another male reporter as "a real beauty." He also released a list of 41 groups he said had received $5.6 million. The AP reports that of the 30 groups that responded by Tuesday, about half said they had received checks from Trump last week.