The IDAPI program is a partnership between the Idaho Humane Society and local prisons. Shelter dogs get a new chance of finding a home after spending eight weeks receiving training from inmates. Dogs live with inmates 24 hours a day and learn an array of skills. In this video, inmates share their thoughts about the program in September 2015.
Idaho State Police chased a pickup truck driven by Jose Manuel Sanchez down Interstate 84 in April 2015. The truck crashed in Elmore County. Sanchez was charged with three felonies and sentenced to 15 years in prison. Jason Henley, a passing motorist from Clinton County, Ohio, was honored by ISP for helping take into Sanchez into custody.
Five of the Treasure Valley's seven largest law enforcement agencies got new leaders in the past year. Vaughn Killeen, a longtime Ada County sheriff who now heads the state sheriffs association, talks about what that means.
Canyon County deputies responded to a domestic violence report on March 18, 2015 in the 9000 block of Charles Way in Middleton. During a confrontation, Canyon County Sheriff’s Deputy Chad Bingham shot and killed Brandon Rapp, 31, who had a firearm. Bingham was cleared in the shooting death Thursday, Nov. 12, the same day Idaho State Police video released from Bingham’s body camera.
Little things that make a big difference is his philosophy, and after seeing children in Africa going barefoot and getting sick, and wearing shoes far too small, Nampa native Kenton Lee and a bunch of his friends invented a shoe that can grow five sizes and last five years. “My goal became: What can I do from here that could still have an impact on kids around the world?”
Tucker Zingg of Glendive, Mont. rides Gold Buckle during the bareback bronc riding event Friday night at the Snake River Stampede rodeo at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa. Zingg scored a 79 on the ride.