Twin Falls Police now keeps in touch with victims with new program

Twin Falls Police now keeps in touch with victims with new program

The Twin Falls Police Department is utilizing a new tool to help keep in touch with victims of crime.

Bill to legalize hemp passes Idaho House

A bill that would legalize hemp by aligning Idaho state law with the federal Farm Bill has passed the House.

Gov. Little signs bill to increase starting teacher pay

On Wednesday in the Idaho State Capitol, Gov. Brad Little signed House Bill 153 to increase the base salary for new teachers.

Official: Mountain Lion likely responsible for killing goats near Buhl

On Tuesday Idaho Fish and Game wildlife officials believed to have found possible evidence that a mountain lion was responsible of killing domesticated animals on the outskirts of Buhl.

Lincoln County courthouse getting closer to a new look

An advisory committee dedicated to figuring out how to fix up the Lincoln County courthouse is getting closer to having a decision of what to do.

Did you know other hotels have been proposed near the canyon?

In the past two decades, developers have expressed interest in building hotels near the Canyon Rim, but the projects linger.

Minidoka schools continue to look forward after bond failure

A $21 million bond that would have helped pay for an expansion of a agriculture shop at Minico High School, additional classrooms at Paul and Heyburn elementary schools, including a gymnasium, and keeping up security maintenance is now lingering after voters rejected to pass the bond in the March 12 election.

 

Most Viewed

As Seen on MomsEveryday

The feed from As Seen on MomsEveryday is currently unavailable. It should be back shortly.