Mountain Home Police say they have a suspect in custody in connection with the stabbing of five people at a local bar early Sunday morning. Police say 26, Juan S. Tabares, who resides at the Mountain Home Air Force Base, is charged with five counts of aggravated battery, one
Currently Idaho is one of four states that doesn’t run the program that regulates water polluters under the Clean Water Act. All point sources of pollution, from city sewer systems to industries, dairies and storm water systems must get a National Pollutant D
The state Department of Labor wants to fine employers who don't comply with a law requiring them to report new hires within 20 days. Most employers don't comply with the state law passed in 1997, making it harder for officials to track things like overpaid unemp
The Hailey Police department is confirming that 55-year-old Jon Anderson and his ex-wife, Linda Vaughn, were found dead this morning in their Bellevue home.
A caretaker found the bodies. Police say at this point they are treating the case as a murder-suicide. The incident remains under investigation by the Bellevue Marshals Office and the Hailey Police Department.
Idaho's endowment trust could soon be forced to sell a self-storage business in Boise that's ignited criticism that the state inappropriately meddled in the private sector. Rep. John Vander Woude of Meridian introduced a bill Tuesday to require the Land Board to sell or lease all improvements on endowme
Two Peruvian nationals involved in a marriage fraud scheme in Idaho have entered guilty pleas. The U.S. attorney's office says 30-year-old Jenny Sedano-Vilcapoma of Ketchum pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit marriage fraud
Mountain Home Police are looking for a man who they say stabbed five people at a bar early Sunday morning. The stabbing took place at At about 1:45 Sunday morning, at a bar called Charlie's Place. Rae Ann Stoecker owns a store across the street fr
An NTSB report on the plane crash that killed Micron CEO Steve Appleton is due out sometime this week. The 52 year old was killed after his experimental plane crashed at 8:56 a.m. in between two runways at the boise airport. He was the only
Micron CEO Steve Appleton has been killed in a plane crash at the Boise Airport. His experimental fixed wing single engine Lancair crashed around 9 a.m. in between two runways at the airport. KTVB-TV in Boise reports a chilling recording from air traffic controllers paints the picture of panic shortly after take-off.
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