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One Killed in Weekend Crash Involving an Idaho Sheriff
One person was killed in a weekend crash involving an eastern Idaho county sheriff. Idaho State Police issued a release saying at around 5:30 a.m. Saturday, Malana Moemberg, age 21, of Fort Hall, was driving a van on State Highway 33 when she crossed the center line near the Sage Junction and hit a …
Wanted: Steve Braun
This week, Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office is looking for Steve Eugene Braun, wanted for failure to appear in court on the original charges of possession of a controlled substance as well as driving without privileges. If you have any information on Mr. Braun call crime stoppers at 208-343-C…
Filer Teenage Twins and Mother Honored for Saving Man’s Life
Filer twin sisters and their mother were honored this week for helping a man in distress in late November. Twins, 16-year-old Megan and Madison Pedrow, and mother Vera Pedrow where headed to Buhl to do some errands when something caught the attention of one of the twins.
Idaho Allows Online Voter Registration
People can now register to vote online in Idaho. The Idaho Secretary of State Lawrence Denny announced people can go to the state's new website to register to vote without needing to go to local election offices.
Funds Set Up for Family of Child Killed in RV Fire
Funds have been set up for the family whose young girl died in an RV fire on Monday. According to the Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office, 2-year-old Cassandra Luckey died after a fire engulfed an RV south of Twin Falls
Wanted: Diana Cotta
Twin Falls County Sheriff's Department is seeking Diana Cotta on the charges of violating a court compliance on charges of possession of a controlled substance and destroying/altering evidence. If you have any information about Cotta to share with the sheriff, call Crime Stoppers at 208-343-COP…
Non-native Shrimp Found In Idaho Waters
Idaho game officials say a small shrimp species was discovered in the Boise River recently, adding to the list of strange species found in the state