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Top Story Podcast 12/29/11:Zip Line and commissions, Cops, women breast feeding in public,…
First hour - Should regulatory commissions lik the Twin Falls P&Z have the right to turn down a permit request even though all legal requirements have been met? Also, Sgt. Dan Thom with the TF County SO. And, should women breast feed in public
Top Story Instapoll 12/29/11: Does it bother you when women nurse their babies in public?
There is a big controversy now from women who claim they are sometimes harassed when nursing their babies in public areas. Read more here. Some think they should do it in private while some claim it's perfectly fine if done discreetly. What do you think...
Brundage To Open, Magic And Soldier Still Waiting
Snow lovers in Idaho, especially in the ski town of McCall, are rejoicing as word of an opening date nears Friday for Brundage Ski Area. Wednesday the community officially kicked off the ski season. Brundage officials reported 2 inches fell Tuesday and in the last 48 hours a total of 7 inches fell …
TFP&Z Approves Zip Line Permit
The Twin Falls Planning and Zoning Commission has approved a special use permit for a controversial “zip Line” proposed for the Snake River Canyon just north of Twin Falls.
Twin Falls Bank Robber Goes To Prison
A Twin Falls man is headed to prison for bank robbery after being sentenced in Twin Falls County’s 5th District Court yesterday. 28 year old Nicholas Sites was sentenced to 18 years in prison with the possibility of being paroled after serving 9 years.
Weather Catches Magic Valley Motorists Off Guard
Freezing rain yesterday morning caught several Magic Valley motorists off guard and caused several accidents. Clear Lakes Grade north of Buhl was closed for a time while police investigated an accident in which a milk truck rolled due to slick roads.
Top Story Podcast 12/28/11:Obama Wants Another $1.2-T, Jack Belk, Mayor Don Hall, New Laws
First hour - President Obama wants another $1.2-Trillion added to the debt limit and Kelly tries to think like a Democrat to justify that and anything else that Obama does. Also, Jack Belk talks about gun safety and hunting opportunities. Second hour - Twin Falls Mayor Don Hall looks back at his t…
Top Story Instapoll 12/28/11:Obama Wants Another $1.2-Trillion
President Obama is going to ask Congress for another $1.2-Trillion dollars to add to the debt ceiling. It's kind of getting to the point that we say, "why not...what's another trillion dollars?" How do you feel about that? Vote Here
Twin Falls Bank Robber Faces Sentencing Today
A man charged with robbing two Twin Falls banks is scheduled to appear in court later today to be sentenced for his crimes. Twenty six year old Nicholas Sites was arrested in April for robbing First Federal Savings Bank and U.S. Bank several weeks apart.
Idaho Presents Case In Legislative Boundary Dispute
(AP) Idaho has delivered arguments to the Idaho Supreme Court on why justices should reject a lawsuit filed by Twin Falls County aiming to have the state's new legislative boundaries thrown out. Twin Falls County argues the county-splitting map approved Oct. 14 disadvantages its voters.
Idaho Court Upholds Conviction Of Shoshone Woman
(AP) An appellate court has upheld the conviction of a southern Idaho woman serving seven years in prison for stealing cattle. The Idaho Court of Appeals issued a ruling Tuesday in the case of Traci Hadden, who says her trial should have been moved from Lincoln County due to the publicity surroundi…
Top Story Instapoll 12/27/11:Do You Favor Lowering State Sales Tax And Eliminating Exempti…
There is a movement in Idaho to lower the state sales tax to five percent from the current six percent and eliminate a lot of the exemptions and exceptions now allowed. Is this something you could support? Vote Here!new
Top Story Podcast 12/27/11:Judge’s Retirement, Steve Millington, Sales Tax Exemptions
First hour - Judge's may have to take a cut in their retirement and Steve Millington with the Twin Falls Republicans. Second hour - There is a movement afloat in Idaho to decrease the state sales tax to 5% and eliminate a bunch of exemptions and exceptions
Shop Shop Shop
Whether you called it Monday Mania or Mega-Monday, the results were the same… after Christmas shoppers filling stores across the state to exchange and return unwanted gifts and look for post-Christmas bargains.
No Excuse To Drink And Drive This Weekend
With lots of partying and celebrating taking place this New Year’s weekend there will be few excuses for drinking and driving. Many of the area bars and restaurants will be pairing up with a local cab companies to provide free rides for those who want to celebrate and then get …
Ski Resorts Still Waiting For Snow
Many of the states ski resorts still aren’t open thanks to a lack of snow. Magic Mountain south of Hansen still hasn’t opened and neither has Soldier Mountain near Fairfield. Brundage Mountain is counting on an incoming snow storm to make their 50th birthd…
Top Story Instapoll 12/26/11:Are You Happy With Your Christmas Presents?
A lot of people will be heading back to the stores this week to exchange presents for something that fits, works or is more tasteful. Will you be one of those or do you like what you got? Vote Here
State Senator McGee Arrest Idaho’s Top News Story
The arrest of state Sen. John McGee on charges of drunken driving and auto theft threw the Caldwell Republican's political fortunes into disarray.
Idaho Natural Gas Rates To Drop
Intermountain Gas Co. has filed a request with state regulators to lower natural gas rates by an average of 4.5 percent for residential customers. The company filed paperwork with the Idaho Public Utilities Commission last week.
Yes Virginia, Today Is A Holiday
Although Christmas was yesterday, today is the official holiday for it since it fell on a Sunday. That means there will be some closures today including the county, state and federal offices and most city offices. There will be no mail delivery today and no banks will be open...