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Scammed Nampa woman deals with aftermath: 'It's a nightmare'
"So, they went into my computer, was working on it,” Volz said. “And, they said, well it looks like you could use a new security system."
Two explosive devices found submerged under Nampa-area bridge | East Idaho News
Divers inspecting the base of a bridge pier underwater discovered the first device Oct. 31. The contractor notified the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office, which helped contact and dispatch a bomb squad from the Nampa Police Department. Nampa police contained the explosive ordnance. The Mountain Home Ai
Meridian Police investigating attempted murder-suicide
“According to a family member/witness who was present, the victim had moved out of the house she shared with the suspect approximately two weeks ago. The victim and the family member came to the home and retrieve some belongings,” said Meridian Police Deputy Chief Tracy Basterrechea. “The suspect pu
Missing Boise man found dead in car
At 7:43 a.m., he was found dead inside his car in a dirt lot near the intersection of Eagle Road and Colchester Drive in Eagle. John's death appears to be a suicide, police say.
Wonder why the Middleton costumes were offensive? Here’s what Latinos say
“A wall is not racist,” said Beth Hedger, a Facebook user, in a comment on an Idaho Statesman story. “Get a clue.”
A new Amazon.com facility is likely for Nampa, Idaho - BoiseDev
The Idaho Pressfirst reportedin June that a project called “PREDEV — Amazon BTS” had been filed for East Franklin Rd. and Star Rd. Reporter Erin Bamer methodically tracked down all the clues that back up the idea that this will, in fact, be an Amazon facility.
Parents support school staff who wore 'border wall' costumes
Many of the more than 50 attendees at the meeting were there to ask officials to reinstate Principal Kim Atkinson, the only person who remains on administrative leave. Attendees sat on the floor and in hallways, some signing up to speak and then ceding their time to Brenda Pickrel, the mother of a M
Nampa Police struggling to keep up staffing levels as population grows
During day shift patrol officers are helped out by community service officers, animal control, and their traffic team.
Emmett man dies in crash near bottom of Freezeout Hill
On Tuesday, November 13th, 2018, at approximately 2:01 p.m., the Idaho State Police investigated a two-vehicle fatality crash at State Highway 16 near Sand Hollow Road, in Emmett, Idaho.
Boise Police: missing man found dead
BOISE — A 66-year-old man who went missing Tuesday morning, has been found dead, according to the Boise Police Department.
Idaho woman dies after domestic violence shooting
MERIDIAN, Idaho (AP) — Police say an Idaho woman who was shot by a 71-year-old man in a domestic violence situation has died.The man shot the woman at a Meridian home late Monday morning before turning the gun on himself. He died at the scene, and the woman was taken to a local hospital for emergenc
Parents support school staff who wore offensive costumes
MIDDLETON, Idaho (AP) - Parents rallied around a suspended principal at a school board meeting held by a district where 14 staffers were placed on administrative leave after donning costumes depicting racial stereotypes and a "border wall."The Middleton School Board meeting on Monday was the first o
Military explosives discovered under Idaho Highway 45 Snake River bridge
Both devices were pre-1970s projectiles, the 366th Fighter Wing public affairs office at the Mountain Home Air Force Base told the Idaho Press. Although an official at the base could not comment on where the projectiles might have come from, he confirmed the devices did not come from the Mountain Ho
Police say they find heroin, gun in car during Meridian traffic stop
Meridian police pulled over Jerica Lee, 30, about 1:45 a.m. Tuesday in the area of South Meridian and Franklin roads, according to an email from Tracy Basterrechea, the department’s deputy chief of police Officers noted the car Lee drove was unlicensed. When they asked her who she was, according to
Parents support Middleton school staff who wore offensive costumes
MIDDLETON, Idaho — Parents rallied around a suspended principal at a school board meeting held by a district where 14 staffers were placed on administrative leave after donning costumes depicting racial stereotypes and a "border wall."The Middleton School Board meeting on Monday was the first one si
UPDATE: Victim dies hours after apparent murder-suicide shooting in Meridian
Evidence indicates that a 71-year-old man shot a 69-year-old woman and then himself with a .45 caliber handgun, Meridian Police said in a release. The man died at the scene, police said, and the victim was taken to a hospital, where she died later in the day.
Nampa to hold second comprehensive plan meeting Thursday
Nampa's comprehensive plan is used to guide growth and development in the city. The plan is meant to represent the community's vision about where different types of development should occur and how quality of life can be enhanced for all residents. The plan covers a range of topics including economi
Police on scene after car rolls onto Meridian tracks
LOCALPolice on scene after car rolls onto Meridian tracksMERIDIAN -- Police and paramedics are on scene after a rollover crash in Meridian Tuesday morning.The wreck happened at 6:38 a.m. at Meridian Road and the railroad tracks.No one has been transported to the hospital, and it's not clear whether
Two-vehicle crash on Overland Road near Edwards 21 now cleared
BOISE —Update: The crash was cleared at 5:40 p.m.There is a two-vehicle accident blocking traffic at the intersection of Overland Road and Entertainment Avenue in Boise, next to Edwards 21 Cinemas.All three westbound lanes on Overland Road are blocked off as police and crews work to clear the accide
Frustrations fly at Middleton School Board meeting
The school district placed 14 Middleton Heights staff members on paid administrative leave two weeks ago, after they wore costumes during an after-school staff activity on Halloween depicting national and ethnic stereotypes, including a border wall. By Sunday, petitions in support of and against the