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Elmore County Sheriff Updates Woman’s Death Investigation to Homicide
Law enforcement officials investigating the death of a woman found in her vehicle Saturday morning in Elmore County are now calling it a homicide.
T.F. Police Say No Criminal Evidence Found in Reports of Alleged Child Enticement
Police say they have not found any evidence of criminal activity related to recent reports of alleged child enticement in Twin Falls, but they caution parents and students to be vigilant and continue to report suspicious activity.
Big Trees the Focus of Next Wildflower Walk
Whoever said that wildflower walks were only for viewing wildflowers?
Police Warn of Phone Scam
If you receive a phone call from someone claiming to be a deputy with the Jerome County Sheriff’s Office – or any other law officer – saying you’ll be arrested if you don’t submit prepaid credit cards, know this: it’s a scam.
Developer Submits Permit for Burger King, O’Reilly Set to Open New Store
Several businesses will open over the next several months in Twin Falls, including a number of commercial offices, a new O’Reilly Auto Store and, possibly, a Burger King, among others.
Dual Credit Classes Give Students a Head Start on College
If you’re an eager student – or have one at home – who is interested in getting a head start on college, you might be interested in the following:
Leftover Controlled Hunt Tags Available Friday
If you’re a hunter and want a controlled hunt tag, you’re in luck.
Powerball Lottery – Better Luck Next Time Idaho
Sorry, Idaho. The winning Powerball jackpot lottery ticket went to a Massachusetts woman.
School Safety Tips for Parents and Students
School is back in session, students are back to class – but there are a few things the Idaho Transportation Department wants to remind parents so that their kids remain safe.
Fraud Prevention Conference Planned for Early September
A fraud prevention conference is scheduled for early September at the Fine Arts building on the College of Southern Idaho campus.
U-pick Garden Going Strong, More Produce Ripening Soon
The U-pick garden, located on CSI’s Breckenridge Endowment Farm on North College Road, has been a popular spot this season, and more produce will be ripening soon.
Today’s Powerball Jackpot Remains Second Largest
Today’s Powerball jackpot is the second largest in both the U.S. and Powerball history.
SIEDO Hires New Marketing Specialist
The Southern Idaho Economic Development Organization has named a new marketing specialist.
Idaho’s Unemployment Rate Declines to 3 Percent
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – Good news for Idaho labor market.
CSI Geologist Signs Copies of His New Book Today
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – Shawn Willsey, a geology professor at the College of Southern Idaho and recently turned author, will sign copies of his first book, “Geology Underfoot in Southern Idaho,” from 4 to 7 p.m. today at the Twin Falls Visitor Center.
Q&A with ITD About Travel for Solar Eclipse
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – Idaho roads were not designed for the kind of heavy traffic that is expected over the next several days – but that is exactly what they’ll experience leading up to and after Monday’s solar eclipse.
Here’s What the Solar Eclipse Will Look Like in Your Neck of the Woods
If you’re not able to visit the solar eclipse’s path of totality on Monday, don’t fret too much. If you live in south-central Idaho, chances are you’ll be able to catch a pretty glimpse of the solar event.
No Tolerance for Drunk Driving, Say Highway Safety Officials
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – Two busy travel weekends are coming up – this weekend before the solar eclipse and Labor Day weekend – both which increase the risks on roads and highways.
Faulkner Planetarium Expands Schedule of Solar Eclipse Film
If you’re planning to view the solar eclipse, you might want to plan a visit to the Faulkner Planetarium before the big event.
Public Open House Planned for South Jerome Interchange
JEROME, Idaho — Mark your calendars for next Wednesday, Aug. 23, when you’ll have the chance to review and provide comment on the selected design concept for the reconstruction of the Interstate 84 South Jerome Interchange.