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.
Rainbow Trout Stocked at Filer Ponds
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game releases 345 catchable rainbow trout at the Filer Ponds.
Suspended Middleton Teachers Invited Back to Class
Teachers at a Middleton elementary school who were put on administrative leave for wearing controversial Halloween have been invited back to class.
Fish and Game Director to Retire
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is seeking a new director after current director Virgil Moore announced his retirement on Tuesday.
Winter Rates in Effect at Idaho Power Campgrounds
Winter rates at Idaho Power Co. campgrounds, such as at CJ Strike Reservoir, are now in effect. That means lower rates.
Midterm Elections: The Day After
County officials were experiencing “election hangover” on Wednesday. A busy turnout at the polls kept them up until late Tuesday night.
Busy at the Polls
According to one local election official, the current heated political climate is a big motivator in bringing people out to the polls.
One Injured in Two-vehicle Crash Near Pocatello
Idaho State Police responded to a two-vehicle injury crash on Interstate 15 near Pocatello on Tuesday morning.
Fish and Game Reminds Hunters to File Hunting Reports
If you’re a hunter, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game wants to remind you to file a hunting report.
Gooding Man Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison on Child Pornography Charges
A 36-year-old Gooding man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison on child pornography charges.
First Responders, Medical Professionals Gather for Crisis Intervention Training
Law enforcement and medical professionals are coming together this week for crisis intervention training.
More Than 153,000 Idahoans Cast Ballots in Early Voting
Election Day is Tuesday, but already more than 153,000 people in Idaho have cast their ballots in absentee and early voting.
Fish and Game Issues Salvage Order at Blackfoot Pond
If you like catching fish and don’t mind driving a ways for it, you might want to visit the pond at Jensen Grove Park in Blackfoot.
Twin Falls Mosque Vandalized, Advocacy Group Seeks Hate Crime Investigation
The country’s largest Muslim rights and civil advocacy group is asking state and federal authorities to investigate the vandalism of a Twin Falls mosque as a hate crime.
Middleton School Teachers in Hot Seat for Halloween Costumes
A number of teachers in the Middleton School District are in the hot seat after wearing offensive costumes at school on Halloween.
Use Caution, New Configuration at I-84 Interchange
There’s a new configuration at the interchange heading to Salt Lake City, according to the Idaho Transportation Department.
Costumes Galore at Annual Trick Or Treat Event (PHOTOS)
Were you among the more than 3,100 people, most dressed in costume, who came out for some Halloween fun Wednesday afternoon at the annual "Trick or Treat on Bish's Street"?
Trick or Treat Fun at Annual Halloween Event
Ghosts and goblins, a piece of toast and hobnoblins … they all came out – both the young and young at heart – for some candy and, of course, to show off their cool costumes at Trick or Treat on Bish's Street.
Halloween Tales: Ghosts of the Orpheum, Hauntings in Radio
This is the second of two articles about alleged paranormal experiences from people in your very own Magic Valley. Happy Halloween!
Kimberly Middle Students Back in Class After Tuesday Scare
Class is back in session today at Kimberly Middle School after a threatening message was found at the school on Tuesday, causing police to evacuate the building for a period of time.
New Traffic Signal Pattern to Be Implemented at Jerome Intersection
Expect a new traffic signal pattern starting next week on a Jerome roadway.