The jury in the Jodi Arias trial has reached a verdict. Arias is accused of first degree murder in the shooting and stabbing death of her boyfriend Travis Alexander. After 52 days of trial the jury has been deliberating since last Friday
UPDATE: JEROME, Idaho (KLIX)- Fire officials are in Jerome trying to determine the cause of a fire that broke out Tuesday afternoon. According to city officials the State Fire Marshal is on the scene looking for clues.
The long-talked about Twin Falls Strategic Plan could come to fruition tonight. Twin Falls City Council members will consider adopting the plan that will help guide the city on future projects and allocation of resources
The Times News reports that Dietrich science teacher Tim McDaniel sent his first response letter to a state education ethics commission. The letter is in response to seven allegations facing McDaniel that the state’s Professional Standards Commission is investigating. In March, four parents with students
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Billionaire Robert Earl Holding, whose business empire included ownership of Sinclair Oil and two world-class ski resorts in the West, has died at the age of 86. Sinclair Oil issued a statement saying Holding died Friday
The Jerome County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance in locating a missing / runaway juvenile female. A 15 year old Jerome County female, Regina Twist,left her home in rural Jerome County sometime Saturday, April 13, 2013 after 9:30 pm
KTVB -- All lanes of traffic along Interstate-84 between the Broadway Ave exit in Boise to exit 121 in Glenns Ferry are shut down. Icy conditions are causing several accidents and slideoffs. Throughout the Treasure Valley, law enforcement is dealing with multiple slide offs
Tara Leigh Bagley, the 41 year old Burley High School vice principal accused of sexual abuse of two minors, has waived her right to extradition proceedings in a Utah court and will be returned to Cassia County via a prisoner shuttle service
Officials say two ceramic sheep statues have been stolen from the City of Twin Falls' nativity scene. City parks and recreation workers noticed the statues were missing on Wednesday. The sheep were last seen a week ago
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