Another fallen Idaho soldier will return home today. 33 year old Army Sgt. Chris Workman was killed earlier this month when the Black Hawk helicopter it was in crashed in Afghanistan. His body will be transferred to his family during a private ceremony at Gowen Field in Boise
The Twin Falls Police Department needs your help in locating suspects in a rash of thefts and vandalisms from late Saturday night and early Sunday morning from last weekend. The Police received numerous calls of thefts and vandalism to yard decorations, lighting, vehicles and landscaping to several homes and businesses in the north east part of Twin Falls .
Police say a man is dead after jumping from the Old Towne Bridge in the South Park area of Twin Falls. Police received the call shortly after 2 o’clock yesterday afternoon from witnesses reporting that someone had jumped off the
After a couple days of heavy rain, the Payette River is rising and now at minor flood stage. Record high temperatures earlier this week have given way to heavy rain, and that’s led to a flood warning for the Payette River. The water levels of the Payette River were around 9.6 feet Thursday afternoon. The river is expected to crest at a little over 12 feet today. That level doesn’t cause too much concern, but if it gets worse, the city of Emmett might have a few problems to deal with. Bruce Evans with Emmett Public Works is watching the river closely.
A suspect in the armed robbery of the Twin Falls Applebee’s Restaurant has been arrested 19 year old Jorge Banuelos is accused of taking over $1200 dollars from the Applebee’s night manager at gunpoint on January 8th.
He was already in custody of the Jerome Police Department after being arrested for another crime. Banuelos was arr
The first confirmed case of mad cow disease in the U.S. in six years has shown up in California. Officials are still investigating how the dairy cow contracted the disease. The government is stressing there is no threat to human health because no meat from the animal was ever headed for the food supply. The cow was already dead and since it was a dairy cow, the infected animal does not pose a health hazard according to the government. Scientists say milk does not transmit the disease. It only hurts humans when an infected animal’s meat is eaten.
The students in the welding classes at the College of Southern Idaho have been concerned for the past two weeks if they would actually be able to get their certification upon graduation. The two certified welding instructors at CSI, Kent Parish and Juan Martinez, have been on paid administrative leave since early this month.
Twin Falls County officials are afraid that the China Mountain Wind Project in southern Twin Falls County might be a dead issue now. The Times News reports today that NV Energy, a Nevada utility company, had been working with RES Americas to build the 170 turbine wind farm in the China Mountain area but that company recently announced its decision to pull out of the project.
(AP) – The military has now confirmed that four soldiers killed when a helicopter crashed in Afghanistan last week were based in Hawaii. The Army airmen were: Chief Warrant Officer 2 Nicholas Johnson of San Diego, Ca
The Twin Falls County Sheriff’s office now reports that one person is dead and two people were wounded after a shooting Tuesday evening south of Murtaugh. At last report the two wounded were taken to St. Lukes Regional Medical Center in Twin Falls following an appa
He graduated from Kimberly High School back in 1989 and now he is the new superintendent of that district. This week the Kimberly School Board selected Kimberly High School Principal Luke Schroeder as the new Kimberly School District Superintendent.
(AP) – The state Board of Education is gathering input from the public on a campaign to double the number of Idaho adults between the ages of 25 and 34 with a college degree or certificate. Trustees are expected to review the Complete College Idaho plan at a June meeting. Board spokeswoman Marilyn Whitney says trustees will first accept public comments through May 15.
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