Monthly Archive: May 2019
BOISE — Boise Police on Thursday arrested Jonathan Parker — a lobbyist and former Idaho Republican Party chairman — and booked him into the Ada County Jail on a felony first-degree stalking charge.
JEROME — In the midst of struggling to staff dispatch phones, Southern Idaho Regional Communications is now facing another challenge.
GOODING — A pickup rolled after colliding with a semitrailer Friday morning on U.S. Highway 26 at milepost 152 near Gooding, Idaho State Police said.
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SHOSHONE — Idaho Transportation Department is wrapping up corridor improvements on U.S. 93 and is seeking public input on the final segment.
TWIN FALLS — The Idaho Sheriffs Association’s certificate of compliance is completely voluntary — but all 36 of Idaho’s county jails submit to an annual inspection to receive it.
TWIN FALLS — Want to know what’s cooking in Magic Valley jails? In Mini-Cassia, at least, you’ll need to get arrested to know for sure.
TWIN FALLS — Food can be a hot-button issue among inmates who have traded many of their personal freedoms for a stark cell. They have little choice in their daily lives once incarcerated, and almost no input on what lands on their plates.
JEROME – Two Magic Valley residents were transported to a Twin Falls hospital Thursday afternoon after a crash near the Flying J Travel Center on U.S. 93.
Recycling took on a new meaning Wednesday afternoon in a Twin Falls neighborhood.