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Ryan Thorne

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Ryan Thorne was born and raised in the beautiful city of Twin Falls, Idaho. He now lives in Boise where he enjoys being a student at Boise State University. As the Investigative News editor, Thorne is always hot on the trail of the next big story. In his free time, he can be found playing the guitar, reading, or exploring scenic outdoor Idaho. Follow him on Twitter @ryanthorne86 or friend him on Facebook.

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Students paying for a degree at Boise State are now subject to new financial aid limits imposed by Congress on federally subsidized loans, effective...

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As Boise State gears up to face civil action from two former female athletes over alleged sexual harassment and assault incidents, officials at the...

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Imagine a scenario where your car breaks down and you don’t have the money to fix it. You live out in the suburbs and...

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Two former Boise State students have accused university athletic officials of ignoring sexual assault and harassment incidents involving a student athlete. According to the two...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MULzaGwYsho Brian Ohlen  spends his days getting his hands dirty as a coordinator at the Cycle Learning Center. Most weekdays, Ohlen can be found changing...

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Sophomore mechanical engineering major Jillian Helms enjoys riding her bike to and from campus. “I bike around all the time,” Helms said. But when it comes...

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Operating systems (OS) can slow down over time, causing computer users to shake their heads in frustration as it takes what seems like ages...

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Boise State junior Andrew Perez was struck while riding his bike through the crosswalk between the Student Union and Liberal Arts building at approximately...

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Construction has begun on what will eventually become Boise State’s first NCAA sand volleyball court. The courts are replacing what was a vacant lot across...

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For years, Boise State groundskeeping officials like Bill Metcalf, landscape manager for facilities operation and maintenance, have been forced to deal with the large...