According to the Office of Highway Safety, during Fourth of July last year, 36 crashes occurred due to a drunken and or drugged driver resulting in 46 injuries and 4 deaths in Idaho. Putting you first finds out how the Idaho State Police plan to combat impaired driving this holiday.
France is to name a new prime minister on Friday shortly after the announcement of Edouard Philippe’s resignation. French President Emmanuel Macron wants a new government to focus on efforts to relaunch the French economy deeply hit by the coronavirus crisis.
Staff with the Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office located the body of a Twin Falls BASE jumper Wednesday morning that went missing after attempting to swim the Snake River near Pillar Falls more than a week ago.
Child abuse and domestic violence increase during times of stress, especially for children in the foster care system, but the Court Appointed Special Advocacy Program has only received a few new cases of child abuse.
The city of Buhl continues to plan and prepare for the 4th of July Sagebrush Days, as well acknowledging the possible concern from residents. KMVT spoke with members of the community to get their take on this upcoming celebration.
On Monday, a spokesperson for South Central Public Health said in an email the facilities with ongoing clusters are McCain Foods located in Cassia County and Magic Valley Growers located in Gooding County. In the email, Brianna Bodily of South Central Public Health indicated as of Friday afternoon there had been 12 total cases of coronavirus identified at McCain Foods in Burley, and that seven of those cases are still being monitored.
A brutal murder and police have DNA evidence. Could a discarded cigarette lead investigators to a possible killer and close a case two decades later? CBS News correspondent Anne-Marie Green reports for "48 Hours."