On Saturday, May 15th at the Twin Falls City Park, the Twin Falls Sheriff's Office has asked the community to come together to pay respects for local law enforcement that gave their lives to support and protect the community.
Add cow wranglers to the job description of Twin Falls Police, Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office and Twin Falls Animal Control. Over the weekend they banded together to get their cowboy and cowgirl on to catch a cow that was on the loose.
As detectives continue to interview witnesses and investigate a Colorado mass shooting Monday that left 10 people dead including a state police officer, our own Twin Falls Sheriff's Office acknowledged the passing of a fellow law enforcement member.
Ok, I will never not share funny things from local law enforcement because it shows that they are just like everyone else. Including, getting those pesky calls about your vehicle's extended warranty. This is a video you don't want to miss.
This Saturday the First Responders Expo will be held at the Twin Falls Reformed Church from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event brings together local agencies to show off new equipment, get some training in and hang out with members of the community.