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Vehicle Plunges into River South of Banks
Emergency crews are at the scene of a crash that has left one vehicle in a river about two miles south of Banks.
Council to Revisit City’s Recycling Program
Changes might be in store with regard to the city’s recycling program, but before any changes take place the City Council said it’d like to receive input from residents.
Juvenile Turns Himself in for Incident Involving Firearm
A second juvenile involved in an alleged aggravated assault recently in Twin Falls has turned himself over to police.
Bumblebee Project Creates Buzz in Ketchum
Idaho is a state that is home to a variety of species of bumblebee – but many of them face an uncertain future.
Remember This Commercial from 1984?
Do you remember this? Twin Falls was among the cities in which Apple Computer debuted its commercial about its new Macintosh computer in 1984.
Last Day to Apply for Spring Controlled Turkey Hunt is Thursday
If you’re interested in participating in the spring controlled turkey hunt, you’re running out of time to apply.
Filer H.S. Briefly Put on Soft Lockdown After Snapchat Video
Filer High School was put on a soft lockdown for about 45 minutes on Friday afternoon after a Snapchat video showed a person known to students driving with a gun.
Jerome Police Say Report of Threats Made to Student Was False
A report to police earlier this week about an alleged threat to a student at Jerome High School has been deemed false, and police are now handing the case over to the county prosecutor’s office for possible legal action.
Juvenile Arrested for Allegedly Brandishing a Weapon at Student
A juvenile was arrested in Twin Falls on Thursday for conspiracy to commit aggravated assault after allegedly brandishing a weapon at another student.
Avalanche Dangers Continue in Some Backcountry Locations
There is still avalanche dangers in some backcountry locations in several Idaho mountains, according to the Sawtooth Avalanche Center.
Bomb Threat Prompts Law Officers to Conduct Early Morning Search at Declo High School
Law enforcement officers searched Declo High School early Thursday morning after a bomb threat was posted on a social media account.
Idaho Among States to Reach Settlement with Airbag Maker Over Safety Issues
Idaho was one of 44 states that reached an agreement with an automobile airbag maker over allegations of safety issues.
St. Luke’s Celebrates Completion of New Medical Plaza
St. Luke’s Magic Valley celebrated the completion of its new medical plaza with a ribbon cutting and open house on Wednesday.
You Might Be Eligible for Property Tax Relief
Idaho's Tax Reduction program reduces property taxes on an eligible homeowner’s primary Idaho residence and up to 1 acre of land by as much as $1,320.
Threat Prompts More Police Presence at Mini-Cassia Schools
Law enforcement agencies increased their presence at schools in Cassia and Minidoka counties Wednesday after a threat was posted recently on social media.
Idaho Man Sentenced for Insurance Fraud
A 33-year-old Idaho man was sentenced on Friday for one count of insurance fraud.
Public Meeting Planned for Thursday
As Twin Falls continues to grow, there’s the possibility it’ll need to form a metropolitan planning organization. You’re invited to a part of that development.
Fish and Game Starts New License System March 1
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game will launch a new license system on March 1.
Winter Weather Advisory in Effect Until Early Tuesday
A winter weather advisory is in effect in south-central Idaho and parts of eastern Idaho from 6 p.m. today until 5 a.m. Tuesday morning, according to the Pocatello office of the National Weather Service.
Flu Update: Virus Claims 66 in Idaho, 9 Deaths Reported in Magic Valley
Nine people in the Magic Valley have died this season due to the flu, according to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.