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.
Report: Water Levels at Regional Sites
The Bureau of Reclamation recently released levels for Idaho waters, including a couple in the Magic Valley.
Public Invited to Open House to View U.S. Highway 30 Plans
If you’re interested in seeing the proposed changes to a little more than 3-mile section of U.S. Highway 30 west of Burley, you might want to mark this date on your calendar: Jan. 31.
Idaho Youth Ranch to Close Downtown Thrift Store
A downtown business has decided to close shop, but hopes one day to return to Twin Falls.
Alert: Scam Callers Tell Idahoans They’re from A.G.’s Office
An attempted scam incident happened in northern Idaho, but Attorney General Lawrence Wasden is warning residents across the state to be cautious of callers claiming to be from his office.
Use a Different Word, Today is National Thesaurus Day
It seems like anymore there's a special day for just about anything. And what about today? It's National Thesaurus Day.
Avalanche Dangers: Be Careful in the Mountains Today
If you plan on heading to the mountains today, you might want to rethink your plans.
Woman Involved in Officer-involved Shooting Dies
A woman who was shot by police officers has died, according to the Twin Falls Police Department, which is investigating the incident that happened Tuesday in Gooding County.
Fight Off the Winter Chills with a Soak in a Hot Spring
Winter temperatures might make you want to bundle up, but there's another way to keep warm this season: visit a local hot spring.
Intersection at Elm Street and Pole Line Road to Close Wednesday
Traffic will be diverted near Elm Street and Pole Line Road on Wednesday while crews work to install a new waterline.
Idaho Power Offers Money-saving Tips for Winter
There might not be snow on the ground, but the nights still turn chilly, tempting us to turn up the thermostat. But turning up the stat comes with a price tag: literally, a higher heating bill.
If You Like Books, You’ll Like This Challenge
The Gooding and Jerome public libraries are participating in an extreme reader challenge for 2018 called “50 Books in 50 Weeks.”
Russell M. Nelson Called as 17th President of LDS Church
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced its new president on Tuesday morning: Russell M. Nelson. He is the 17th man to hold the church’s highest leadership position.