Remember, Idaho Has a Hotline for Coronavirus Questions
Monday through Friday. From 8 A.M. until 6 P.M.
Open Letter: To Magic Valley Doctors On National Doctor Day
Happy National Doctor Day! We are so incredibly grateful for everything you do not only during this time, but year round when there isn't a pandemic going on.
Idaho Secretary of State Asks to Delay May Primary
The Idaho Secretary of State has called for the May primary to be pushed back at least a month amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak to give voters enough time to vote by absentee ballot.
Not Everyone is Taking Travel Restrictions Seriously
I didn’t see any BASE jumpers.
Trump Extends Social Distancing Guidelines to April 30th
President Donald Trump announced on Sunday that he would be extending the existing social distancing guidelines through April 30th, according to CNN.
Cassia Schools Employee Isolated After Exposure to COVID19
The Cassia County School District has ordered the lock down of the two schools in Malta until they can be properly sanitized after an employee came into contact with COVID-19.
Hailey Adopts Stricter Measures to Prevent COVID-19 Spread
The city of Haley is set to enforce more stringent measures than that of the state to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the hardest hit area of Idaho.
New COVID19 Case in Twin Falls County, BSU Creates Tracker Map
Southern Idaho health officials have confirmed a second case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Twin Falls County
QUIZ: What Social Distancing Personality Do You Have?
There are so many different types of personalities out there and many of them are having a hard time with this social distancing thing. Just out of curiosity we want to know which one Twin Falls has most of in the area.
Twin Falls Deputies Will NOT Ask For A Letter To Travel/Work
Some people have been told they need documentation or a letter just to travel outside their homes to go to work or grocery shopping. Twin Falls Sheriff's Office responded saying that is not true.
More Than 13k Unemployment Claims Filed in Idaho in a Week.
There have been 13,341 new claims for unemployment benefits in just one week as Idahoans are being laid off because of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Record 3.2 Million Last Week File For Unemployment In The U.S.
A record-breaking number of people in the United States have recently filed for unemployment benefits as the economy continues to suffer and businesses continue to close or downsize due to mounting cases of the Coronavirus.
Camping At State Parks Closed Amid Idaho Stay-home Order
People will not be able to camp at state parks in Idaho amid the Stay-home Order issued by the governor and health authorities Wednesday to combat the spread of the covornavirus (COVID-19)