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Nampa Police searching for parents of found toddler
NAMPA -- Police are searching for the parents of a little boy found in his pajamas on a Nampa street. Two-year-old Ian was found in the 300 block of 11th Avenue North Friday morning. Police say he is wearing Paw Patrol pajamas and was carrying a Spiderman blanket.
East Wenatchee Man Arrested for Thefts in Boise, ID
Following an investigation into retail theft in the Boise area, suspect Kyle Williamson- Smith has been arrested in East Wenatchee, Washington. Williamson –Smith was booked into the Chelan County Jail on January 13, 2019 for warrants out of Ada County.
Pizzeria and pub planned for half-block in downtown Nampa
NAMPA — Local developer Mike Mussell has big plans for his newly acquired half-block in downtown Nampa and hopes to get started in mid-February. The plan includes a pizzeria and pub, run by Brick 29 Bistro owner Dustan Bristol and Craft Lounge owner Nick Boban, along with a salon, wedding venue, amp
Hitch a Ride to McCall Winter Carnival with Nampa Parks & Rec
It's almost time for the McCall Winter Carnival! Wouldn't it be nice to make it up to see all the sculptures without having to drive yourself? Well, now you can! Nampa Parks & Recreation is giving you a chance to sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful ride to one of the most beautiful places in ou
Nampa couple pleads guilty to trying to set up sexual encounter with child
A Nampa couple now have sentencing hearings scheduled for March after they pleaded guilty Thursday to trying to set up a sexual encounter with an 11-year-old girl. Mark Titgen, 35, and his wife Kimberly Reidenbach, 26, each pleaded guilty to attempted lewd and lascivious conduct with a child younger
All three Treasure Valley Shopko stores to close
NAMPA — Shopko is closing stores nationwide, including its three in the Treasure Valley. The company is also filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Boise's Shopko on West Fairview Avenue is set to close March 17, followed by the Broadway Avenue store on April 8, according to a closure listing
Nampa father arrested in Arizona following threats to take children to Mexico, police say
A Nampa man is in jail in Arizona following threats police say he made to his wife to take their three children to Mexico and never return. Jose Hernandez, 25, was arrested Wednesday afternoon on Highway 93 near the miniscule northwest Arizona town of Wikieup, confirmed Sgt. Brian Jones of the Nampa
Kuna man, 77, charged with possessing child porn
BOISE -- A Kuna man was arrested Thursday after investigators say they discovered child pornography on his electronics. Stanley Stephen Sanders, 77, was charged after an investigation by the Idaho Crimes Against Children Unit. He is facing five felony counts of possession of sexually exploitative ma
C of I hosts multiple events this weekend to celebrate MLK Day
The annual Martin Luther King Day celebrations on The College of Idaho campus will extend over two days, starting with a Sunday candlelight march from downtown Caldwell to the Langroise Center for the Performing Arts and various events continuing through Monday. All of the events are free and open t
Opinion column: About that Idafornia shirt...
The operative phrase used to be “don’t Californicate Idaho.” Now, in the age of the meme, it’s an image, showing Idaho melded to the top of California, the merger called Idafornia.
Dog Missing For 9 Years Shows Up in Nampa
I just took my kids to see the movie "A Dog's Way Home" which tells the story of Bella, a dog who spends over two years to find her way back to her owner. Now we have a similar story popping up in the Treasure Valley. A Yorkie named Charlie has been found in Nampa, nine years after he originally wen
Idaho state senator introduces 'Add the Words' bill
BOISE, Idaho (CBS 2) — An Idaho state senator has introduced a bill that would add four words to the state's Human Rights Act. The bill, introduced by Maryanne Jordan (D-Boise) would add the words "sexual orientation" and "gender identity".
Police arrest man they say broke into home on Warm Springs Avenue
A Star man is still in jail after police say Thursday night he broke into a home on Warm Springs Avenue and stole property there. Officers say Michael Tamburrino, 40, broke into the home in the 2600 block of Warm Springs Avenue not long before 8 p.m., according to a statement from the Boise Police D
Idaho Falls Airport posts passenger increase in 2018
The Idaho Falls Regional Airport had a busy year in 2018. Airport officials said 320,000 passengers passed through the gates during the year, representing an increase of 30,000 over 2017. This is the “highest totals for the airport for more than a decade,” a city news release said.
Burglary at Boise home prompts large police presence
BOISE, Idaho — More than a dozen officers converged on a Boise home Thursday night after a report of a burglary at the home. KTVB received a number of calls about the large police presence at the home on the 2600 block of Warm Springs Avenue, near the Warm Springs Golf Course.
Canyon County to post jail capacity online
CALDWELL, Idaho — A major topic of conversation over the last few years has been over how many people are being held in the Canyon County Jail. County officials say they want the public to have an idea of exactly what the jail roster looks like.
California dog missing for nine years finds furever home in Idaho
NAMPA, Idaho (CBS2) — A dog, missing for nine years, has been found here in Idaho. But his original home is 550 miles away, in Citrus Height, California. Charlie, a 3-year-old Yorkie, lived in Citrus Heights, California with the Miles family.
After jail riots, escape attempts and lawsuits, Canyon sheriff again illustrates overcrowding
The Canyon County sheriff is heading new efforts to help the public understand how crowded the county jail is on a daily basis, as a longstanding push to fund a new jail enters a fresh chapter.
Idaho Falls man found guilty of hitting repo man
An Idaho Falls man was found guilty by a jury Tuesday for aggravated battery. Casey Harris Wheeless, 55, was arrested in February after he hit a man attempting to repossess his brother's car. Wheeless told police his wife woke him up after she saw two men near his brother's Chevrolet Tahoe.
After 69 years, this landmark bar in Garden City is closed again. What’s the deal?
As the saying goes, you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink beer when the taps are shut down. The Ranch Club in Garden City is closed. Again. The landmark bar at 3544 W. Chinden Blvd. last shuttered in 2017, then reopened months later under new ownership.