Heightened police presence at Jerome High School caused panic in the community Tuesday, but Principal Nate Tracy confirmed there was no lockdown. "The police informed us of an investigation they had from the weekend," Tracy explained.
WASHINGTON D.C. (AP)-A new government report says that while intruders routinely breach the security fences protecting runways and planes at U.S. airports, the federal Transportation Security Administration is not helping airports keep up with the threat.
We can all agree at this point that Subway needs to increase it's security but this sounds, well...crazy!
Subway is rolling out their own synthetic DNA substance that will be located above the restaurants door.
Everybody seems to hate the TSA. And I mean everybody! I bet that when a TSA worker goes through the line before they fly - they hate the TSA. But, for all the hate they get, they do keep a ton of crazy stuff off the planes.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A gang war that appears to have taken over parts of an Idaho private prison is spilling into the federal courts. Eight inmates at the Idaho Correctional Center are suing the Corrections Corporation of America in Boise's U...
At the behest of president Obama, the Department of Homeland Security has announced its intention to individually review roughly 300,000 pending deportation cases in federal immigration courts. Lower-priority cases -- those not involving individuals considered violent or otherwise dangerous -- will be suspended...
Top Story Podcast 5/16/11: First hour - Twin Falls city supplementing youth sports programs to the tune of about a quarter of a million dollars a year. Second hour - Mitzi Cheldelin, Social Security and Medicare will run out of money sooner than expected
Public safety officials around the state are reviewing emergency procedures and boosting vigilance — but not necessarily security measures — in response to the death of Osama bin Laden. The Idaho Statesman reports that John Redding, public affairs specialist with the Bureau of Reclamation, says his agency is in a heightened state of security, he says but visitors are unlikely to notice anything d
It's a case of security gone crazy. Security at London’s Gatwick airport have deemed the three-inch rifle that came with a toy solider a “firearm” that is too dangerous to take on a flight.
Ken Lloyd, a Canadian, was flying home with a military figurine he had bought from a museum gift shop in his carry-on bag.