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Work to Resume on Portion of Highway 24 Near Rupert
Expect to see more orange starting Monday along a portion of Idaho Highway 24 north of Rupert.
Idaho Hunters Can Apply for Grizzly Bear Hunt Beginning Friday
Starting Friday, Idaho hunters will be able to apply for a grizzly bear hunt.
DACA Rally Planned Today in Twin Falls
A rally is planned this evening at the Twin Falls County Courthouse for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program – or more commonly known as DACA.
Residents in 3 Magic Valley Counties Can Estimate Their Property Taxes Online
Not sure what your property taxes are this year? The Idaho State Tax Commission has something that can help – if, that is, you live in Cassia, Gooding or Minidoka counties.
Firefighters Train at Controlled Burn in Twin Falls
If you saw smoke in the city this afternoon, it likely was from a controlled burn.
Campgrounds at Hells Canyon Filling Fast for Holiday Weekend, Idaho Power Says
It’s a little ways away, but people like to visit. If you’re one of them, you better hurry – reservations for campgrounds at Hells Canyon are filling up fast for the Fourth of July weekend.
Health Officials: Child Recovering from Plague in Elmore County
Public health officials say a confirmed case of plague has been reported in a southwestern Idaho community. It is the first confirmed human case pf plague identified in Idaho since 1992.
Lane Closure Planned for Pheasant Road West
A portion of Pheasant Road West is slated for a temporary closure in mid-June while crews work to install utilities and widen the road.
Crews Fight Brush Fires South of Twin Falls
Crews are at the scene of several brush fires south of Twin Falls in Twin Falls County.
Magic, Wood River Valley Water Supply Operators Gather for Workshops
Public works professionals in several communities in the Magic and Wood River valleys recently gathered to share ideas and their achievements about energy savings.
Twin Falls Residents Invited to Upcoming Open House
Twin Falls residents are invited to attend an upcoming meeting about the feasibility of building a Community Recreation Center.
Twin Falls Police Seek 2 People of Interest in Counterfeit Case
Police are looking for two persons of interest who used counterfeit money at a local pharmacy on Sunday evening.
Fish and Game Removes Moose from Downtown Burley
If you saw a moose wandering around in Burley recently, you’re not the only one.
Ada County Man Arrested for Internet Crimes
An Ada County man has been arrested for allegedly downloading child pornography over a peer-to-peer network, according to the office of Attorney General Lawrence Wasden.
Deadline Looms for Twin Falls Citizen Survey
Those who’ve been chosen to participate in the biennial citizen survey from the city of Twin Falls have only a few more weeks to get their submissions turned in to the city.
Highway Projects Slated for Summer in the Magic Valley
A number of Idaho road projects are slated throughout the summer, including several in the Magic Valley.
Idaho Milk Products to Expand Jerome Business
Idaho Milk Products said on Friday that it will invest $26 million to grow its specialized milk protein concentrate and dairy ingredients business in Jerome.
AAA Offers Driving Tips to Cut Down on Gasoline Fill-ups
While it might be a while before prices at the pump go back down, there are several thing drivers can do so they don’t have to fill up so frequently.
Idaho Man Arrested After Assaulting Woman with Knife
A Weiser man is in custody after he assaulted a woman with a knife in broad daylight on Wednesday afternoon, police say.
Idaho Gets Chance at $90M Grant for I-84 Improvements
Idaho may get $90 million in federal grant money to improve a portion of Interstate 84.