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NAMPA — The city of Nampa is hiring new police officers, as previously reported by the Idaho Press-Tribune. The Nampa Police Department is not, however, forming a new gang-unit, contrary to a report by a local television station Thursday.

NAMPA — Outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy bicycling or walking around Lake Lowell have the chance to improve the recreational area. A group called The Lake Lowell Area Bicycle and Pedestrian Access Plan Project Team developed a new plan to create a safer route for residents to connect from the N…

About 3.5 million drivers are expected to hit the road Labor Day weekend, according to AAA. From that number, more than 150,000 Idahoans are expected to hit the highways and byways. That’s a modest 1 percent increase from 2014 but enough to make this year the highest Labor Day holiday travel…

NAMPA — As an immigration attorney and major player in crafting immigration law in Washington, D.C., Idaho Republican Rep. Raul Labrador says some of the platforms that have helped catapult Donald Trump to the head of the field of GOP presidential candidates have solid grounding. But others,…

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