A virtual game is taking over Twin Falls in May. The interactive game will send you all over town to sleuth your way into finding a murderer on the loose. You get your favorite group of people together to solve the crime that takes over Twin Falls.
Anglers and other sportsmen will find they'll be handing out a little more money for licenses this year. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is reminding Idahoans and non-residents of the new $5 Access/Depredation fee that must be paid once a year.
You may be trying to eat healthy because you made a New Years resolution. Or you may just want to feel normal on the Monday following the Super Bowl. As Americans we always over eat on Thanksgiving, Christmas and the Super Bowl.
A family from Amarillo took their 10 year-old son Roman to last weekend's football game at AT&T stadium between the Cowboys and Lions. The tickets were a surprise from Roman's grandma because he is a huge Detroit Lions fan.
If you are ever on Facebook you have no doubt seen or received at least one game request from a friend. But there is also a really good chance that you don't play online games and those requests are just annoying. If that is the case you've probably wondered how to block game requests on Facebook. Well - today you are in luck.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The injury news keeps getting worse for Boise State. Coach Chris Petersen confirmed Monday that senior nose tackle Mike Atkinson will miss the rest of the season after tearing an ACL in Saturday's loss against San Diego State...
(AP) - Officials in south-central Idaho say a 10-year-old boy has died after playing the "choking game." Lincoln County officials say Austin Rasmussen of Dietrich died late Saturday afternoon from self-inflicted strangulation after playing a choking game alone at his house...
(AP) A bill that would curtail the Idaho Fish and Game department's authority to regulate all-terrain vehicle hunting privileges on Idaho trails is advancing to the Senate floor. The Senate Resources Committee voted 5-4 Wednesday to pass the measure, despite agency objections.
(AP) -Debate will continue today over whether the Idaho Department of Fish and Game should be able to dictate where ATV-mounted hunters can pursue big game. The House Resources Committee is considering a bill that would strip the agency's authority to limit hunting from vehicles to established roads in designated areas.