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Idaho Falls Police Getting Results From Drones
It's a new way to fight crime, and the Idaho Falls Police Department is starting to see results."We had a remote view of where the person was, and what actions they were taking," said IFPD UAS team lead David Barker.
Red Flag warning issued for eastern Washington and North Idaho
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Bat found in Boise County house tests positive for rabies
A bat found in a Boise County house, which may have had contact with a dog, has tested positive for rabies, according to the Central District Health Department.The dog was current on its rabies vaccine and residents of the home are being checked for potential exposure.Fifteen rabid bats were found l
Which Idaho Department Had The Best Lip Sync Video [Poll]
This Lip Sync Challenge has entertained us for weeks. We love that police are getting together to do this. So, we want to know which Idaho lip sync video was your favorite?
Mother of murder victim trying to raise money to pay for her son's funeral | East Idaho News
Paz’s husband, Jose Juarez Rodriquez,passed awayJune 7 at age 49. She created a GoFundMe account to pay for his funeral but is going a different route to help raise money for Jorge’s services.
Even though her job was eliminated, this woman won't stop helping drug and mental health patients | East Idaho News
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Appeals court ruling halts giant forest project in Idaho
The decision August 13 halts the 125-square-mile project on the Payette National Forest that includes commercial timber sales, work to improve fish passage, prescribed burning to reduce forest fire risks and the closing of some roads.
Idaho Needs Better Wages: There is Improvement
Idaho often leads the nation with the highest employment numbers but it’s not perfect.She explained the job growth was great but her goal was to bring jobs that paid much higher wages.The state still has the7thhighestnumber of workers earning minimum wage. I still recall the first conversation I ev
State board fires University of Idaho AD Spear
According to a statement, the board voted to terminate Spear's employment "for convenience" and he will be paid for the rest of his contract, which runs through Feb. 17, 2020.
Adult novelty store now open inside old restaurant in Idaho Falls | East Idaho News
McGee’s parents, Kraig Jr. and Kara McGee, opened the first Adam & Eve store in Nampa twelve years ago. At the time, Kraig Jr. owned a strip mall in Nampa. When the recession hit, he couldn’t find any tenants to rent the space. Kraig Jr. felt opening an Adam & Eve store was a good fit.
Idaho Ranks Second in Country for Job Growth
BOISE, Idaho (KLIX) – Idaho’s over-the-year job growth is second in the nation, according to the Idaho Department of Labor, second only behind Utah.The state’s unemployment rate remained unchanged in July, sitting at 2.9 percent. It is the 11 consecutive month is has remained at or below 3 percent.T
No, Democrats, Idaho Isn't Going Liberal
Our friends at state run media are hopeful their fellow travelers make gains in November’s election.Sounds like a woman who explains she’s just a little bit pregnantAt taxpayer supported public broadcasting they’d love to have a government controlled by people who’d continue to bankroll their cookin
Garza v. Idaho
The Supreme Court recently affirmed that the Sixth Amendment secures “a defendant’s … autonomy,”McCoy v. Louisiana, 138 S. Ct. 1500, 1511 (2018), and that violations of autonomy do not require a showing of prejudice. This principle of defendant autonomy has received the most attention in the context
Carnival, concert and rodeo lined up for the North Idaho State Fair
Houser will then take the stage for the remainder of the concert, performing favorites such as “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight,” “How Country Feels” and maybe even Houser’s 2018 single “What Whiskey Does.” The show is sure to deliver those good country feels.
11 Idaho counties take on Walmart, CVS, drug companies in opioid lawsuit
Several Idaho counties are suing drug makers and retailers, accusing them of being responsible for an opioid epidemic that has killed and harmed Idahoans.The lawsuit was filed Friday in federal court by Adams, Blaine, Boise, Bonneville, Caribou, Cassia, Elmore, Latah, Minidoka, Owyhee and Payette co
Red Flag Warning for issued for Idaho
The National Weather Service in Pocatello has issued Red Flag Warnings for Eastern and Southern Idaho until late Friday. Several counties and local fire districts have issued long standing burn bans. Open burning will not be allowed, with exceptions on some campfires in an approved pit at a campgro
Idaho State Police investigating roll-over on US95 south of Sagle
SAGLE, Idaho - The driver of a red truck was LifeFlighted from the scene of a crash near milepost 458, south of Sagle, Idaho on US95 around 3 p.m. Thursday afternoon.
Idaho Ranked Among Worst States For Summer Road Trips
Clearly there is some flaw in the methodology of this study if South Dakota and Ohio rank higher than Idaho.Source:WalletHubNormally when we get the results of a study fromWalletHubthey are pretty spot on or at least the findings make sense, but not with this one.WalletHub ranks Idaho27thon the list
Here are the Magic Valley schools Idaho considers 'underperforming' and 'top performing'
Idaho's system identifies schools that need support due to low student academic achievement, low or no growth in achievement, and for graduation rates less than 67 percent. It also recognizes schools for meeting goals and for top performance.
Trespassing In Idaho Now Could Cost You $100,000—Or Worse •
“Trespassers will be deemed to have nefarious intent upon entry into real property,” wrote Kristina Schindele, then Idaho’s deputy attorney general, in an email to the public. “Such presumed intent would permit unreasonable uses of force against such trespassers by landowners while limiting the land