CALDWELL — Mark Lankford was expressionless when he learned Friday for a third time a jury has found him guilty of first-degree murder.
SUN VALLEY — A conference organized by Meridian-based developer Ball Ventures Ahlquist is drawing big names to Sun Valley next week, including former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.
CALDWELL — The Board of Canyon County Commissioners met with Banner Bank representatives on Friday, the next step in a series of meetings to explore funding for a new jail.
BOISE — Young people around the world have a statement for political decision-makers: Inaction on climate change is unacceptable.
BOISE — With an AR-15 rifle on the bed about 4 feet away, and a .380 handgun in his pocket, Carlos Sandoval looked at Donald LeGrand and asked if there was something wrong with him, LeGrand said in court Thursday.
BOISE — Three of five people convicted of running a long-term check forgery scheme were sentenced in federal court in Boise this week.
A nationwide search has begun to find the next administrator of the Idaho Division of Career Technical Education.
MERIDIAN — For years, local officials have dreamed about a pedestrian and bike path along the Union Pacific Railroad line starting in Boise, running through Meridian, and ending in Nampa. The pathway would provide a potentially safer way for people to commute between each of the cities on fo…
NAMPA — Cupbop, a popular Korean BBQ restaurant, is coming to Nampa later this year.
Phone and email scammers are posing as local law enforcement, demanding money from their victims and threatening arrest if they don't comply.
The Idaho Department of Insurance has revoked the insurance producer license of a Nampa agent who filed 46 applications for insurance without the knowledge of the consumers for whom the applications were completed.
CALDWELL — Caldwell kicked off its 17th annual Indian Creek Festival downtown with a dog parade and a showing of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” at the Indian Creek Plaza.
CALDWELL — Mark Lankford provided his own testimony Thursday during his second retrial for murder, maintaining he was not present for the 1983 slayings of a Texas couple at an Idaho County campground.
The Idaho Department of Insurance has revoked the insurance producer license of Stacia Ann Royster and Royster Insurance LLC, effective Aug. 9, for violations of the Idaho Insurance Code and imposed an administrative penalty of $7,000, the department said in a press release.
Boise is hosting a three-day community celebration in honor of the Boise River Greenbelt’s 50th anniversary. The planned events offer opportunities for residents to learn about the path’s history, as well as chances to tour it for themselves, according to a press release from the city of Boise.
BOISE — A federal work safety agency has cited four Idaho Dollar Tree stores in the Treasure Valley for allegedly exposing employees to unsafe conditions for poorly stacked boxes and blocked exits.
NAMPA — As of Wednesday, the Nampa School District finished re-imaging enough computers for all students in the wake of a cyberattack that shut down the district’s network last month.
A Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate says she will tandem BASE jump off the Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls if she raises $15,000 or more between Sept. 18 and Sept. 30.
CALDWELL — Police took a man accused of stealing items from stores in Caldwell into custody Wednesday night.
CALDWELL — Caleb Edwards credits his dog, Elliot, for pulling him out of his first panic attack.
NAMPA — In its first quarter of a different approach to policing, the Nampa Police Department has already seen a decrease in crime.
BOISE — Mayor Dave Bieter promoted Boise’s successes and ongoing projects instead of launching any new initiatives in the 2019 State of the City address.
CALDWELL — When Gary Multanen took a manufacturing job early on in life, he thought it would be a summer gig.
BOISE — Law enforcement officers have apprehended a 31-year-old resident of the East Boise Community Reentry Center who reportedly walked away from her job Tuesday, according to the Idaho Department of Correction.
BOISE — Boise police arrested four people on drug charges Tuesday morning after serving a search warrant of a home.
In a press release today, The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare announced a cat has tested positive for rabies in Owyhee County. This is the first confirmed rabid cat case since 1992.
Last school year was a new beginning for kindergartners in Alyssa Townsend’s class — and for Townsend herself.
CALDWELL — Monday’s testimony was the third time Bryan Lankford claimed that he alone killed two people 36 years ago in Idaho County. On Monday and again in his testimony Tuesday, he claimed that law enforcement coached his testimony years earlier.
CALDWELL — With four failed jail bond elections since 2006, Canyon County Commissioners are exploring other ways to fund a new jail that wouldn’t require a public vote.
BOISE — Idahoans gathered at the state Capitol Tuesday to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs.
GARDEN CITY — An outspoken antisemitic politician and former 2020 presidential hopeful is running for a city council seat in Garden City.
NAMPA — Instead of deciding how to fund a campus expansion project, the College of Western Idaho’s board of trustees held off in favor of looking through the history of the college’s expansion efforts.
BOISE — Developers in Boise going forward will be required to follow additional steps to notify the public about a new development.
MERIDIAN — West Ada School District trustee Mike Vuittonet frequently hears from residents that Treasure Valley’s growth should “pay for itself.”
BOISE — Boise received a request for a moratorium on high-occupancy housing near Boise State University from neighbors who believe the development does not fit well in their neighborhood.
CALDWELL, Idaho — A plea deal has been reached in the case of a Nampa man accused of threatening to set off bombs and release a deadly nerve agent at a Nampa apartment complex.
NAMPA — Lactalis American Group has named Kelly Johnston as the site director of its food production facility in Nampa.
BOISE — The city of Boise's Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously denied a permit for a proposed development in the Boise Foothills Monday.
BOISE — As the City of Trees’ population has boomed, so have the ranks of Boise’s city staff.