CWI won’t ask voters to authorize a plant facilities levy in the May election for a health sciences building at its Nampa campus. In November, voters declined to raise property taxes to pay for the center.
Nampa Police received a tip alleging 18-year-old Ashton Sedrick had sexual contact with juveniles. The investigation resulted in two felony charges, and Sedrick is now in Canyon County jail awaiting trial.
Nampa Fire Chief Phil Roberts has resigned from his position, effective April 1, and Nampa Mayor Debbie Kling accepted the resignation on Thursday. She has recommended another candidate for his replacement.
The Canyon County Elections Office announced its plan for a recount after the Vallivue School District’s $65.3 million bond barely received voter approval in Tuesday’s election. The recount will take place next week.
A 16-year-old pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on Thursday in front of Nampa High School. The crash happened around 7:40 a.m. near the intersection Colorado Avenue and 12th Avenue Road when the teenager
The Kuna School District is asking voters to approve a $2.5 million levy for the next two years. It would be used to hire new teachers, replace old English and science textbooks and purchase Chromebooks for student use.
Four brothers from a Nampa family are partnering to build a youth sports center with practice space for basketball, dance studios and a speed and agility center. Cap Ed Credit Union is financing the project.
Middleton Mayor Darin Taylor was arrested over the weekend and charged with domestic battery. Police reports show he grabbed the victim during an argument. He’s accused of having a history of domestic violence.
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s received a complaint about workplace conditions at a temporary Amazon logistics center in Nampa. The center is not the big planned distribution center.
The developers of a possible Amazon distribution center say they are adjusting their construction timeline. The announcement comes a week after the developers agreed to pay for road improvements near the site.
Crows (we're talking thousands) have migrated to Nampa in an as yet not-understood migratory pattern. They're a federally protected species, so the city of Nampa is experimenting with gentler ways to persuade the crows to go elsewhere.