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Three men are charged in connection with the case of a missing Nampa woman, and the man who admitted killing the woman is being held without bond on an unrelated charge while police process a crime scene in rural Canyon County.
Michael Russo, sentenced to life with no chance of parole for raping a Nampa woman five years ago, lost his appeal to Idaho’s highest court but aims to try again.
A two-vehicle crash fouled traffic for about three hours on westbound Interstate 84 just east of Caldwell Thursday morning, Idaho State Police report.
Ada County Sheriff’s deputies seized almost a pound of methamphetamine and more than $12,000 in cash during a traffic stop on Interstate 84 Wednesday evening.
Idaho’s student population will be more poor, more diverse and less rural in five years, according to a report from the J.A. Kathryn Albertson Foundation and the Idaho Charter School Network.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Idaho Falls keynoting the Intermountain Energy Summit and touring Idaho National Laboratory.
The Treefort Music Fest is returning in 2014 despite not turning a profit in its first three years.
A Meridian firefighter has sued the city and fire department alleging he was not paid for overtime and was demoted for raising concerns about misuse of public funds.
The Doobie Brothers take the stage at 7:30 p.m. tonight. The concert is free with regular fair admission.
A near blackout during a conference of 150 energy professionals and policymakers underscores need for better transmission line reviews.