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.
Beware of New Tax Scams Targeting Idaho Residents
At least a couple of Idaho resident recently received fraudulent tax information in the mail.
Wild Horse Adoption This Weekend in Nampa
Wild horses will be trying to find good homes this weekend.
Avalanche Danger Listed as ‘Considerable’ in the Sawtooths
The avalanche danger is listed “considerable” in the Sawtooth Mountains, according to the Sawtooth Avalanche Center.
Law Officers Investigate Stabbing in Jerome County
Authorities are investigating a stabbing that happened Tuesday night in Jerome County.
Tax Refunds Slightly More This Year, IRS Says
The average tax refund so far this year is slightly more than it was last tax season, according to the Internal Revenue Service.
Cease and Desist Order Issued for Company Doing Business in Idaho
A cease and desist order has been issued for a company that has doing business in Idaho.
Latter-day Saints Gather for Annual World Conference
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will gather in Salt Lake City or tune in via media this weekend to listen to messages from their leaders.
Gov. Little Vetoes Bill Aimed at Initiatives
Gov. Brad Little said he has vetoed a bill that would have made it tougher for citizen initiatives to make it to the ballot box. He said he plans to also veto a second bill.
Police Respond to Fatality Crash on Highway 93 Near Twin Falls
One person died in a crash Friday on U.S. Highway 93, according to Idaho State Police.
Idaho Veteran Reunited with Dog Tags Found in Arkansas
An Idaho man has been reunited with the dog tags he originally received during the Korean War.
Annual Fish and Game Fur Auction Planned in Jerome
They may not be the kind of styles you’d find at a department store, but they are furs just the same – and you’ll have the chance to bid on them at an upcoming auction.
Governor Signs Law Increasing Fines for Ignoring School Bus Signs
Drivers who do not yield to the flashing lights and stop signs on school buses will now be paying more out of their wallet for breaking the law.