A former assistant manager of the Twin Falls Wal-Mart has been arrested in Florida after stealing more then 100,000 dollars from the store. Officials say 29-year-old Patrick Dee Howard allegedly stole the money from the store safe. The missing money was reported to the police on Sunday. Police say H
Idaho Governor butch Otter is cautioning state agencies their budget plans for the next fiscal year could be trimmed after state tax revenues came in about $5.4 million below projections during the month of November. In a letter Wednesday, Otter told members of his cabinet that with the new number
Governor Butch Otter and members of his administration will be in Sun Valley December 21st. The capital for the day event will coincide with Sun Valley ski resorts 75th anniversary. The Governor, his cabinet along and
A U.S. Army soldier from Idaho Falls has died from injuries sustained in an explosion in Afghanistan. Lisa Pardonnet tells Idaho’s news channel 7 that her nephew, 28-year-old Army Corporal Ryan Sharp, died at a hospital in Germany.
The Gooding county Sheriff’s office continues its search for a man that apparently has been kidnapped after an early morning home invasion. According to Gooding County Sheriff Shaun Gough, 33-year-old Ramon Enrique was taken from his home by four masked suspects at about 4 a.m. Enrique is about 5'7" tal
Representatives with the Idaho Department of Labor and College of Southern Idaho plan to visit the headquarters of New York-based Agro Farma to learn what kind of skills workers will need at a Chobani yogurt plant this week. The Times-News reports that the visits will take place Tuesday and Wednesday. Community college officials say the school can contribute to t
Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill of Rexburg, will be acting governor from Wednesday to Saturday this week while the Governor and Lt. Governor are out of state, both for very different reasons. Idaho Governor Butch Otter and the first lady will be attending the N
According to the campaign for Tobacco Free Kids. Idaho currently spends $880,000 a year on tobacco prevention and cessation programs, which is 5 percent of the $16.9 million recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control
Idaho will end the fiscal year with $77 million in the bank, if current projections hold. (These comparatively bright prospects -- after three years of revenue shortfalls -- were delivered Thursday at a taxpayer lobbying group's c
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