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Police investigating crash on eastbound Interstate 84 in Nampa

Police say there was a crash that is causing blockage on eastbound Interstate 84 at milepost 37 at the 11th Street overpass in Nampa. The middle two lanes are now open. More information will be released as it becomes available. Police say there was a crash that is causing blockage on eastbound Int

IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE - 2017-10-19 17:09:00

Detached trailer snarls morning Interstate traffic near Nampa

NAMPA, ID - Eastbound traffic on Interstate 84 is backed up for several miles following a trailer that became detached from a truck Thursday morning. According to an Idaho State Police dispatcher, the incident was reported shortly after 10 a.m. at milepost 37, one mile west of Garrity Blvd., east of

KIVI-TV - 2017-10-19 16:42:32

Nampa Recreation Center: "Funtober Fest"

Carnival style games with face painting, crafts and a costume contest will be the highlights of the annual "Funtober Fest" at the Nampa Recreation Center this Saturday. This event is for the entire family and everyone is welcome. The activities are scheduled for outside but can be moved inside if ne

KTVB - 2017-10-19 11:51:33

Pickin' vintage, artisan show returns to Nampa's Idaho Center

The Pickin' Treasure Valley Vintage and Artisan Show will be held at the Ford Idaho Center. NAMPA - The Pickin' Treasure Valley Vintage and Artisan Show is returning Oct. 28-29 to the Ford Idaho Center, 16200 N. Idaho Center Blvd. in Nampa. Pickin' Shows are the largest vintage and artisan shows in

IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE - 2017-10-20 06:00:00

Nampa Public Library unveils "tarpage" art in Spanish-laguage section on third floor

NAMPA - When Melissa "Sasi" Chambers first heard about the Nampa Public Library's call to artists for a Hispanic mural assignment, she didn't respond. "I don't do murals," Chambers said. The second time was different. She was encouraged by her fellow artists, who said her nontraditional style may w

IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE - 2017-10-19 00:00:00

Nampa mayor, City Council candidates share views at forum

NAMPA - Candidates for Nampa mayor and City Councils seats 1, 3 and 5 shared their thoughts on various hot topics in the community, ranging from their plans for economic development to their opinions on representation within city leadership. The forum was the first of two held by the Idaho Press-Tr

IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE - 2017-10-19 00:00:00

Nampa Police: Suspect took sex videos of his victim

NAMPA, ID - A Nampa Police Department detective says a man who engaged in an illicit relationship with an underage teenager took videos of their sexual activities. Court records say Booker T. Collins, 37, of Nampa, had "a sexual relationship over the last several months" with the girl. Police believ

KIVI-TV - 2017-10-18 19:43:56

Nampa woman pleads guilty to theft of mail matter at Melba post office

BOISE - A Nampa woman accused of theft of mail matter pleaded guilty Tuesday. According to a press release from the U.S. District Attorney's Office in Boise, Laura Alicia Cox, 56, of Nampa pleaded guilty to theft of mail matter by a postal employee. The release states Cox was indicted by a federal g

IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE - 2017-10-18 20:13:00

Nampa man undergoes surgery to remove facial tumor

BOISE - Tuesday has been a long time coming for a Nampa man living with a large and painful tumor on the right side of his face. Lucas McCulley, 22, is undergoing major surgery to hopefully get it removed once and for all. "Yeah I'm really nervous, I'm petrified of it but it's something I got to do.


Phase two of Nampa sewer improvement project to begin Oct. 23

NAMPA - The city of Nampa will begin construction of phase two of a project to improve sanitary sewer connections between the West Regional Lift Station and the Nampa Treatment Plant Oct. 23, according to a press release. The project will install a sewer force main along West Karcher Road. The major

IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE - 2017-10-18 17:43:00

Three candidates running for Nampa mayor

NAMPA - The race is on for who will be the next mayor of the third largest city in the state of Idaho. Nampa Mayor Bob Henry is running for a second term, and he's being challenged by Debbie Kling and Melissa Sue Robinson. This year's big topic of discussion among the candidates is how they'll handl


Police at east Boise stand-off

BOISE, ID - Boise Police officers are involved in a stand-off at a home in the 4000 block of East Chester Street, off Pennsylvania Street in southeast Boise. The situation began about 1:45 Thursday morning, according to an Ada County dispatch supervisor. The man was has barricaded himself in the hou

KIVI-TV - 2017-10-19 16:10:11

Man killed in crash on State Street identified

BOISE - The man killed in a rollover crash on State Street near Bogart Lane Saturday morning has been identified by the Ada County Coroner. Timothy Polston, 28, of Meridian was killed in the rollover crash. According to the release from the Ada County Coroner's Office Polston died from blunt force t

IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE - 2017-10-18 17:01:00

Motorcyclist killed in crash on Gowen Road

BOISE - A motorcyclist was killed in a crash Tuesday night on Gowen Road. Police say a motorcycle was traveling west on Gowen Road and the vehicle was getting on the westbound onramp to Interstate 84 when the crash happened. The Boise Police Department investigated the crash which occurred on Gowen

IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE - 2017-10-18 14:35:00

Treasure Valley residents want more transportation options, have favorable view of economy

Buy Now A Valley Ride bus drives down Nampa Boulevard. A Boise State University survey found Treasure Valley residents want to see more public transportation options. The survey found the top priority for residents is a commuter rail from Boise to Canyon County, followed more and more frequent bus r

IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE - 2017-10-19 23:00:00

Students sell t-shirts to benefit cancer-stricken families

NAMPA - A big high school rivalry game Friday is expected to draw a huge crowd but Nampa students say it's about more than just football. Friday night, Skyview faces off against Bishop Kelly. But on the sidelines, perhaps a bigger battle, raising money for two Nampa families stricken by cancer. Stud

KTVB - 2017-10-19 22:59:56

State hospital was understaffed for 6 months leading up to abuse complaints

A state-run treatment center for adults with severe mental health and developmental issues was chronically understaffed for the first half of this year, according to a report from an inspection conducted in July. The Southwest Idaho Treatment Center, or SWITC, did not have the minimum number of peop

IDAHO STATESMAN - 2017-10-19 20:30:00

Police: Meridian man solicited underage girls for sexual acts

MERIDIAN, ID - A 70-year-old Meridian man has been booked into the Ada County Jail after police say he inappropriately touched himself on a number of occasions in front of two underage girls and solicited them to touch him. Jack Coopersmith was arrested at his home in the 2500 block of West Tango Cr

KIVI-TV - 2017-10-19 16:55:42

Steelhead season is rolling; here's where to catch them (fishing report, Oct. 20)

Fall steelhead season is in full swing! After a slow start, fish counts picked up enough for Fish & Game to open a limited harvest on hatchery fish with a clipped adipose fin. Anglers may keep two fish per day, although all fish longer than 28 inches must be released on the Clearwater River, its tri

IDAHO STATESMAN - 2017-10-20 07:12:00

P&Z denies plan for new WinCo at Chinden and Linder

MERIDIAN - Meridian continues to wrestle with how to manage its historic growth, faced once again with the prospect of a big development in a congested area: A new WinCo at Chinden and Linder. Planning and Zoning turned down the plan as it was proposed Thursday night. The Planning and Zoning Commis

KTVB - 2017-10-20 04:32:50