Monthly Archive: November 2018
Q: Where do you dispose of batteries? Batteries cannot be taken to the dump or thrown in the trash.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Old Man Winter is knocking on the door. For much of the country, it’s time to put away spring and summer outdoor power equipment such as lawn mowers, leaf blowers and trimmers and get out snow blowers, generators and other small engine equipment.
Border Agent Dennis Dickey shot a target that contained Tannerite, an explosive substance designed to detonate when shot by a high-velocity firearm, igniting a wildfire that eventally burned 47,000 acres.
Search and rescue haul an injured hiker up the canyon wall and to safety Monday, Nov. 26, 2018, west of Twin Falls.
The Forest Service released a video Monday of the moment a huge Arizona wildfire started when an agent shot a target at a gender reveal party. (Video courtesy of U.S. Forest Service)
Screenshots of a recently released video captured by a witness of an April 23, 2017, explosion at a gender-reveal party that sparked an Arizona wildfire is seen in this courtesy photo.
TWIN FALLS — Emergency responders rescued a hiker who broke his leg Monday near Auger Falls Heritage Park.
JEROME — A man lost his dogs when the motor home he lived in was destroyed by fire on the west side of town.
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KETCHUM — The Argyros Performing Arts Center was still a concrete shell full of workers wielding blow torches and electrical saws when representatives of arts centers across the country began visiting Sun Valley for sneak peeks.