Andrew Weeks is an award-winning journalist who has spent most of his career in the newspaper and magazine arenas. When he's not filing stories, he enjoys the arts and spending time outdoors.
Wildlife Group Offers Grant Money for Conservation
Nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations may apply for a grant through the Idaho Fish and Wildlife Foundation, which is offering up to $10,000 for habitat and conservation projects.
Homicide Investigation Underway in Jerome
The Jerome Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death a 21-year-old man whose body was found early Monday morning. The sheriff’s office is investigating the death as a homicide.
City Receives Update on Odor Complaints
The City Council on Monday received an update on an investigation into complaints of odor in the area near Hankins Road, allegedly coming from Chobani.
If You’re Energy Efficient, You Could Earn an Award
Local companies and organizations have the chance to be recognized for their efforts last year in becoming more energy efficient.
Idaho Anglers Invited to Help Shape Fishing Rules
Idaho anglers have the chance to help shape three fishing proposals that will affect Idaho waters for the next three years.
Education Department Invites You to Take Survey
If you’d like to be part of a survey about the state’s education testing system, the Idaho Department of Education would like to hear from you.
ISP Says Deadly Crashes in Idaho Increased in 2017
Adult automobile crash fatalities in Idaho increased by as much as 25 percent in 2017 over previous years, according to a new report by Idaho State Police.
Avalanches Possible Today in Areas of Sawtooth Mountains
KETCHUM, Idaho (KLIX) – Be careful if you're outdoors today: there's a chance you could trigger an avalanche, depending on where you are in Idaho mountains.
Tax Commission, IRS Partner for Free Online Filing Service
The Idaho State Tax Commission wants to let you know that you can file your taxes online for free. If you already knew that, you apparently are in the minority group of people who do.
Area Ski Resorts Want More Snow, but Still Keeping Busy
There hasn’t been much snow on the valley floor, but for the most part area ski resorts say they’re doing good business this season.
Open House Planned for Proposed Highway Project
Get ready to speak up, you’re invited to an open house where your comments about a proposed highway project are welcome.
Section of Eastland Drive Reduced to 2 Lanes in February
Traffic will be reduced to two lanes this month on Eastland Drive from Falls Avenue to Julie Lane. Drivers should expect delays and are encouraged to use alternates routes, according to the city of Twin Falls.