Andrew Weeks is an award-winning journalist who has spent most of his career in the newspaper and magazine arenas. When he's not filing stories, he enjoys the arts and spending time outdoors.
Lane Closures Begin Monday in Twin Falls
A project to rehabilitate a deteriorating sewer line will close some streets to traffic beginning Monday.
Valley House Plans Annual Dinner and Auction
For more than two decades, Valley House has opened its doors to help the area's homeless. And just as it has done for more than two decades, it is planning a fundraising dinner.
Idaho’s Unemployment Rate Dips to 2.9%
The state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in March dipped to 2.9 percent, ending a six-month run of 3 percent.
Tickets Being Sold for Lights & Lasers Show
A three-day laser light show will dazzle residents and visitors of southern Idaho in May.
Twin Falls Turns on Pressurized Irrigation
The city of Twin Falls is turning on its pressurized irrigation system.
Shoshone Falls to Roar into June
Grab your camera, you’ll want to see this: Shoshone Falls is flowing at an impressive rate – more than 15,000 cubic feet per second.
Bird Lovers Flock to Hagerman for Annual Festival
Bird lovers will flock to the Hagerman Valley this weekend for a fowl party of sorts.
Idaho Offers One-day Extension on Filing Taxes
You have an extra day to file your income taxes.
Idaho Power Proposes Residential Rate Decreases
Idaho Power says it has proposed three rate decreases that could save residential customers some money.
City to Discontinue Downtown Parking Passes
The city of Twin Falls says it will discontinue parking passes and add more three-hour parking stalls downtown.
Spring Runoff Damages Martin Canyon Road
The results of a fire that destroyed vegetation last year is still causing havoc in an area outside of Bellevue.
Storm Spotter Class Today in Jerome
Magic Valley residents who enjoy learning about weather patterns and phenomena are invited to a training workshop this evening in Jerome.
BASE Jumpers Plan Canyon Clean Up, Invite Community Members
Local BASE jumpers want to give back to the community – something they’ve been doing for the past four years.
Early Morning Structure Fire Causes Thousands of Dollars Damage
An early morning structure fire caused thousands of dollars damage to a Twin Falls garage on Monday.
Watch Fish and Game Catch, Tag and Release Trout in New Video
If you’ve never seen how the Idaho Department of Fish and Game capture, tag and release rainbow trout, now you can through a new online video the department posted.
Art & Soul Contest Begins
If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, here’s one suggestion: Art & Soul of the Magic Valley.
Public Health Officials: E. coli Infections Linked to Romaine Lettuce from Arizona
Public health officials are saying that an E. coli outbreak that has affected people in 11 states, including Idaho, is linked to chopped romaine lettuce from Yuma, Ariz.
Hidden Art: James Castle Artwork Found in Walls of Historic Boise House
A renovation team found a surprise recently while working on an old house in Boise.
‘Celebrate’ Friday the 13th at the Old Pen
Something to do today: visit the Old Idaho Penitentiary in Boise for a ... well ... an interesting presentation.
Crash Blocks Traffic in Twin Falls County
A two-vehicle crash is blocking traffic near 3300 East and 3900 North, according to county dispatch a little before 12:30 p.m.