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.
Idaho Youth Waterfowl Hunt Coming Up
Idaho’s Youth Water Hunt is coming up at the end of September, according to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
Fire Officials Say They’re Not Sure What Caused Fire at Twin Falls Restaurant
Fire officials said a blaze that damaged Guppies Hot Rod and Grille earlier this week started near a washer and dryer in the building, but that they haven’t determined what caused the fire.
2 Vehicle Crash Sends Several People to Hospitals
A two-vehicle crash Thursday night sent several people to hospitals.
DEQ Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Air Quality Permit in Paul
The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality seeks public comment on a proposed air quality permit to construct, or PTC, in Paul.
Fire Restrictions to Be Lifted on Saturday
Fire managers say they plan to lift Stage 1 fire restrictions this weekend.
Crash Blocks Traffic on Shoshone Street South
Traffic was backed up on Shoshone Street South near Maxwell Avenue a little before noon Thursday due to a multi-vehicle crash.
Thousand Springs Festival Celebrates 26 Years
For more than two decades the Thousand Springs Festival has been attracting families across the Magic Valley.
Serve Idaho Seeks Nominations for Idaho’s Next ‘Brightest Stars’
Here’s your chance to nominate an outstanding volunteer.
Magic Valley Upland Game Hunting Outlook
Magic Valley upland game bird hunters may be disappointed in the region’s hunt forecast for this year.
Crews Respond to Semi Rollover Crash Near Mountain Home
Idaho State Police and Elmore County Sheriff deputies were at the scene of a semi rollover crash at around 4 p.m. Tuesday on Interstate 84, about 9 miles west of Mountain Home.
Woman Taken to Hospital, Man Arrested After Hit-and-Run
A 33-year-old woman was taken to the hospital after being hit by a vehicle Tuesday morning while crossing a street near Lincoln Elementary School.
School Bus Involved in Monday Crash
A multi-vehicle crash involving a school bus occurred Monday afternoon, but luckily no one was reported injured, according to a Twin Falls dispatcher.
Have We Forgotten the Meaning of True Patriotism? (COLUMN)
Seventeen years ago today our country, and the world, changed when the World Trade Center towers fell. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives that day – on the planes, in the towers, at the Pentagon.
American Falls Man Named Idaho Teacher of the Year
An American Falls high school teacher has been named 2019 Teacher of the Year. He also is the city’s mayor.
City Council to Discuss Resolution to Reroute Highway 30
The City Council will revisit the topic of rerouting U.S. Highway 30 within the city limits on Monday evening at the Twin Falls City Council meeting.
Public Invited to Comment on Proposed Fishing Rules
The Idaho public has the chance to comment on proposed fishing rules for 2019 and a draft of a statewide Fisheries Management Plan.
Fish and Game Relocates Idaho Grizzly Bear to Texas Sanctuary
A young grizzly bear that was previously enjoying life in Idaho is now spending the remainder of its days at a wildlife sanctuary in the Lone Star State.
Two Nevada Women Arrested in Idaho for Alleged Prostitution
Idaho authorities on Thursday arrested two Nevada women for alleged prostitution, according to the Attorney General’s office.
LDS Church Releases Artist’s Rendering of Pocatello Temple
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Thursday released an artist’s rendering of its next Idaho temple.
Traffic Restrictions Take Effect Monday at Sunrise Blvd.
The installation of a new sewer line at Sunrise Boulevard North will begin Monday that will impact traffic.