Evacuation

Gas Line Break Forces Evacuation in Jerome
UPDATE, 4:10 p.m.: The evacuation order has been lifted, according to a dispatcher with the Southern Idaho Regional Communications Center. Jerome residents in the affected area are now able to return to their homes.
Rain Dampens Cave Canyon Fire
(KLIX)- Rain on Friday has helped reduce the progress of the Cave Canyon Fire. Fire officials say evacuation orders are still in effect for Rock Creek Canyon and Dry Creek Road. The rain gave much needed relief for fire fighters. So far the Cave Canyon fire has burned roughly 80,000 acres...
Cave Canyon Fire Information
(KLIX)- Mandatory evacuation orders has been called for people living near the Cave Canyon Fire. Rock Creek Canyon as well as anyone living south of Foot Hills Road is being told to leave their homes near the fire. For those evacuated and needing a place to stay the Red Cross is giving out hotel vou…
UPDATE – Mandatory Evacuations for Rock Creek
(KLIX)-Mandatory evacuations have now been ordered in areas around the Cave Canyon Fire early Friday morning. The Twin Falls and Cassia County Sheriffs offices have notified people living in the Rock Creek area and anyone south of Foot Hills Road...
UPDATE – Mandatory Evacuations for Rock Creek
(KLIX)-Mandatory evacuations have now been ordered in areas around the Cave Canyon Fire early Friday morning. The Twin Falls and Cassia County Sheriffs offices have notified people living in the Rock Creek area and anyone south of Foot Hills Road...
Incident Team Takes over Fire on Forest Land
(KLIX)- Fire crews have their hands full fighting several fires across Southern Idaho. The
Great Basin Incident Management Team One took over the Minidoka Complex fires.
Crews are battling three fires on the Minidoka Ranger District of the Sawtooth
National Forest...
Capital Building Threat Turned out to be Aspirin
The Idaho capital building was evacuated for about three hours yesterday. Authorities say a suspicious white powdery substance found in a letter mailed to the Idaho Attorney General's Office was nothing more than aspirin. The envelope was opened by a state employee and inside there was a w…