The phone rings and it's your granddaughter, who says she's been arrested and needs bail money. Or maybe it's someone claiming to be from the IRS, who says you owe the government back taxes. It could even be from someone who says they work for Avista, telling you that your power will be shut off if you don't pay hundreds of dollars immediately.
SALT LAKE CITY — Planning to shop at Smith’s with a Visa credit card? Make new plans.
What’s the most trustworthy charity in Idaho? According to Business.org, it’s Mountain Humane, the animal shelter in Hailey formerly known as the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley.
St. Luke’s Magic Valley gives $284K in grants to 36 nonprofits including the Mustard Seed and Sleep in Heavenly Peace
TWIN FALLS — Across the Magic Valley, 36 organizations are getting a financial boost to help expand their programs and services.
If you spot a scam…tell someone. Then tell the Federal Trade Commission.
BURLEY — The IRS is holding more than $4 million in unclaimed refunds from 2014 — and that’s just for Idaho taxpayers.
When state lawmakers passed the Justice Reinvestment Act in 2014, vowing to put money into rehabilitation programs instead of building new prisons, the Free2Succeed prison mentor program was born.
WASHINGTON — Blaine, Camas and Gooding counties are eligible for federal aid to help repair damage due to flooding this spring.
TWIN FALLS — Sixteen years ago, Twin Falls Safe House received a new minivan from Glanbia to help take at-risk youth to school, medical appointments and family meetings.
TWIN FALLS — The City Council settled a dispute between neighbors Monday with a zoning compromise.