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Man treated for smoke inhalation after Twin Falls structure fire
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) Twin Falls firefighters responded to structure on fire at the Colonial Apartments early Saturday morning. A kitchen fire in an apartment on the second floor trapped a man according to fire officials. The incident happened about 2:45 a.m. and crews were able to rescue hi
Base jumper injured after 'hard' landing
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) A base jumper at the Perrine Bridge suffered from non-life threatening injuries after having trouble landing safely. The Twin Falls Fire Department assisted the Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office in responding to to the incident on Saturday afternoon.
The College of Southern Idaho's Head Start program will open a 2nd Twin Falls center
TWIN FALLS — The College of Southern Idaho’s Head Start/Early Head Start program recently received federal funding to buy and renovate a building, which would add a second center in town.
Twin Falls Easter services aim to put life back into celebration
TWIN FALLS — The change of seasons brings a breath of fresh air. Everything feels alive again. The First United Methodist Church of Twin Falls hopes to convey that feeling by celebrating Easter and Earth Day together. The themes of the holidays mirror each other, said the Rev. Buddy Gharring, the pa
WRECKS SHUT DOWN EAST IDAHO INTERSTATES, RESULT IN CHILD AND TWO ADULTS SUFFERING INJURIES
East Idaho's interstates experienced closures Friday night and early Saturday morning because of two wrecks, one of which resulted in a child and two adults suffering injuries.
Walk a Mile in her Shoes is coming up. Do you have your high heels yet?
TWIN FALLS — The third annual Walk a Mile in her Shoes is coming up and you know what that means — men squeezing into tiny high heels. Walk a Mile in her Shoes is an event created by Voices Against Violence, an organization dedicated to stopping rape, sexual assault and gender violence. Come enjoy l
Idaho Power files new case to study net metering, asks to suspend program for some new applicants
TWIN FALLS — Commercial, industrial and irrigation power customers may want to hold off on installing their own on-site generation systems. Idaho Power Co. has asked the Idaho Public Utilities Commission for permission to suspend the addition of new net metering customers in those large commercial c
Idaho just settled another whistleblower case. This one cost the state $545,000.
BOISE (Idaho Statesman) — A federal trial in a whistleblower lawsuit filed against the state of Idaho that was slated to start April 15 has been canceled because the state has settled the case.
Police: Don't become a second aggressive driver if one is on the road
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) - How often do you catch someone driving aggressively or erratically on the road? Whether driving down Blue Lakes Blvd N or the interstate or anywhere else, the Twin Falls Police Department asks you to not become another aggressive driver.
5th District Court News: Twin Falls County
Rodney Scott Mason, 62, Twin Falls; felony possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, $30,000 bond, public defender denied, preliminary hearing April 26.
Magic Valley kindergarten registration schedules
TWIN FALLS — Twin Falls School District kindergarten registration continues. The district now has online registration, so you can fill out all forms needed to enroll your kindergartner at tfsd.org/parents/enrolling-your-student. Attendance zone maps can be found there as well.
Museum of Idaho cancels Africa trip in the wake of natural disaster
IDAHO FALLS — The Museum of Idaho is going to have to wait a little bit longer to bring Idaho to one particular area of the world. A safari to Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique the museum was planning to sponsor this coming August has been canceled after a massive cyclone devastated areas surrou
Celebrating Native American culture in Idaho
People from all over Idaho got a chance to experience Native American culture today at Boise State, for the Seven Arrows Powwow. The event is a chance for tribes from all over the United states to come together as one. There were traditional dances with drums, storytellers, and even arts and crafts.
New event center invigorating downtown Idaho Falls
IDAHO FALLS — The DEC isn’t just a catchy acronym with a dual meaning, it’s a new venue bringing energy to the nightlife in Idaho Falls. The DEC, or Downtown Event Center, opened at the beginning of the year, and owners say the location has been an ideal spot for business.
Most Magic Valley school districts have more than 45% of students getting free or reduced-price lunches
TWIN FALLS — About 45% of Idaho students qualify for free or reduced-price school meals, but the rate is higher for the vast majority of Magic Valley school districts. Across south-central Idaho, the percentage ranges from 27.62% at Xavier Charter School in Twin Falls to 85.66% in the Buhl School Di
Great Basin Conference track meet Top 5
MINICO - Girls 100 Meter Dash. 1, Hicks, Madison, Twin Falls, 13.20. 2, Naerebout, Sidnee, Twin Falls, 13.40. 3, Meek, Saige, Preston, 13.50. 3, Johnson, Jasmine, Canyon Ridge, 13.50. 5,
Idaho a national leader in opioid antidote availability, as federal efforts gear up
Although a lifesaving antidote with the ability to reverse opioid overdoses technically remains a prescribed drug, Idaho lawmakers earlier this year passed a state law making it as close to an over-the-counter substance as possible.
This week on Idaho Matters
BOISE — Idaho Matters is the public affairs show on Boise State Public Radio News (91.5 FM, weekdays at noon). This week on the program, Rabbit/Moon comes to Boise Contemporary Theater (Monday), how the city of Boise serves its aging populations (Tuesday), understanding why some STEM jobs in Idaho g
South-central Idaho teacher facing felony charges
JEROME, Idaho (AP) — A third-grade teacher in south-central Idaho accused of injuring a man in front of three small children is facing three felony charges. The Times-News reports that 36-year-old Tawna Day Huttanus was charged early this week in 5th District Court with battery with intent to commit
Prep roundup 4-20-19: Highland softball splits doubleheader at Timberline
Highland split Saturday’s doubleheader at Timberline, losing 9-8 before winning 11-5. Timberline scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to win game one. The Rams took an 8-7 lead in the top of the frame on a sacrifice fly from Tiauna Walker that scored Roni Bosquez. Shylee Mann had a team-high th