Twin Falls is on the map as a top destination to BASE jump, thanks to the I.B. Perrine Bridge, where it is allowed year-around without a permit. Here's a look back at some of the Times-News archive photos of BASE jumping over the years.
During a baseball game last week I made a photo that was eerily familiar. I remember one of my earliest assignments with the Times-News was covering a baseball game where the batter was hit by a pitch. I dug through my archive from 2009 and sure enough, there it was. As I compared the two images several things stuck out: It was the same team and the same jersey number. The ballpark was also the same, as was the lens I used to get the shot. I guess if you do this job long enough at one paper things, like this are bound to happen.
BOISE — Backers of a ballot initiative seeking to legalize lucrative betting machines in Idaho said Wednesday that the Coeur d'Alene Tribe has hired operatives to deter and intimidate voters from signing the petition, a claim the tribe denies.
Former Boise State University football players Shane Williams-Rhodes and Armand Nance sign footballs for kids Friday, May 19, 2017, at St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center in Twin Falls.
KETCHUM (AP) — An Idaho man is looking for a permanent home for a monument honoring south-central Idaho’s six female Olympians.
COEUR D’ALENE — Steve Hudson was born into a downtown dynasty.
RIO DE JANEIRO — Kristin Armstrong had just put together another golden effort in an Olympic time trial, this time slicing through driving wind and rain, when her 5-year-old son approached her at the finish.
BOISE | The Idaho State Board of Education says most fans will face a dry season at upcoming home football games.
BOISE (AP) | Idaho is the most recent state to block fantasy sports fans from betting on sports contests through two multibillion dollar paid fantasy companies.