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Census: Growth again concentrated in SW Idaho cities
Fresh population data show Idaho's growth in 2012 once again was concentrated in the cities, especially in the southwest corner communities of Star, Meridian and Eagle.
Wed May 22, 2013
Voters to purchase Eagle City Hall, expand Meridian council
Voters across the Treasure Valley went to the polls on Tuesday to cast their votes on several key issues.
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Meridian woman, Boise man indicted in fraud case
Prosecutors want a 66-year-old Idaho business woman to forfeit $9 million as part of their indictment against her on federal charges including wire fraud and obstruction of justice.
Tue May 21, 2013
DBSI execs plead not guilty to securities fraud
Four executives with the failed real estate company DBSI Inc. have pleaded not guilty to federal charges that they misled investors in a scheme to bilk them out of millions of dollars.
Mon May 20, 2013
Meridian soldier will be laid to rest Monday afternoon
The 22-year-old soldier from Meridian was killed alongside four other soldiers on May 4 2013 in Afghanistan.
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Group works to snuff out smoking in more local bars
The group that pushed to take smoking out of bars in Boise is now following smokers to one of the only nearby places you can still have a drink and light up.
Sat May 18, 2013
Large fire in Kuna burning, threatening structures
Ada County dispatch says multiple calls came in at around 2:30 p.m. reporting the fire that currently is threatening structures.
General: Threat from homemade bombs here to stay
The threat from homemade bombs will persist for decades and likely become a more prevalent menace domestically, according to the top Pentagon officer charged with fighting improvised explosive devices.
Thu May 16, 2013
Body of Idaho Soldier Comes Home, Another Afghanistan Bomb Blast Kills 2 U.S. Troops
One day that the body of an Idaho soldier, killed earlier this month in Afghanistan, was brought back home, news from Kabul this morning is that another suicide bomb attack killed two Americans and 10 others.
Five Idahoans indicted in spice bust, authorities say major national player has been taken out
Five people from Boise and Meridian have been indicted on federal charges for smuggling, money laundering, and selling "spice," a synthetic marijuana product, and authorities say they were operating across the nation.
Wed May 15, 2013
Recycling service would turn grass clippings into cattle feed
There could soon be a way to dispose of grass clippings without dumping the unwanted piles in the local landfill.
Iowa (Ugh) Bound
Let's see. Six days. That's three pairs of socks. Maybe two. I don't sweat as much as I used to.
Mon May 13, 2013
University Church key to future expansion
Boise State paid 5.9 million dollars for University Christian Church property located at 1801 University Dr., across the street from the Student Union Building.
Sat May 11, 2013
Meridian Speedway celebrates the military
Several days ago we told you about the death of a Meridian soldier in Afghanistan.
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U.S. Patents Awarded to Inventors in Idaho
Targeted News Service Targeted News Service ALEXANDRIA, Va., May 11 -- The following federal patents were awarded to inventors in Idaho.
Fri May 10, 2013
Where's the cash? Crapo says campaign lost $250K on loan
Republican U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo's campaign announced Friday it lost $250,000 on a loan authorized by a former campaign manager to an Idaho company owned by a friend who contends somebody else stole the money.
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Two-year-old girl with weak heart lives big life
MERIDIAN, Idaho - Meet Mia, she really knows how to shake it down. She also loves jumping on the couch and swinging from the table.
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Those 'free airline tickets' aren't really free
Many local residents have been getting letters in the mail which tell people they have won two free airline tickets worth up to $1,350. What they find out later is to get them you have to sit through a 90 minute seminar for a travel club.
Thu May 09, 2013
Police arrest man after rolling his truck and causing a grass fire
Ada County Sheriff deputies arrested a Meridian man after he lost control of his pickup truck and hitting a power pole, which caused a grass fire on Black Cat Road near the Overland Road intersection, Wednesday afternoon.