Shelly and Tim McDaniel, back row, right, are seen with some of their adopted children. The couple has 25 children total and the family contains almost the entire black population of Dietrich, Idaho.
Shelly and Tim McDaniel, back row, right, are seen with some of their adopted children. The couple has 25 children total and the family contains almost the entire black population of Dietrich, Idaho. Rob Kuznia The Washington Post
Shelly and Tim McDaniel, back row, right, are seen with some of their adopted children. The couple has 25 children total and the family contains almost the entire black population of Dietrich, Idaho. Rob Kuznia The Washington Post

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  • Ada County Sheriff's Office receives $1 million to help reduce its jail population

    Ada County Sheriff Stephen Bartlett says a $1 million grant awarded to his office will be used for additional staff working to ease overcrowding at the county jail. The money was awarded through the MacArthur Foundation Safety and Justice Challenge.