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4 hrs ago | KMVT Twin Falls
Twin Falls, Idaho Drivers can expect some lane restrictions across the Perrine Bridge in the coming weeks. The Idaho Transportation Department will be conducting three days of bridge inspection activities in total.
8 hrs ago | KMVT Twin Falls
The preliminary hearing for the man accused of shooting three people outside a Twin Falls bar has been set for October 3. Juan Manuel Sanchez 51 of Twin Falls is charged with 3 counts of Felony Aggravated Battery and two counts of Aggravated Assault. According to court records two of the victims are members of the "Brother Speed" motorcycle club.
8 hrs ago | KMVT Twin Falls
The Joslin Field, Magic Valley Regional Airport will celebrate 101 years of service at 11 .m. on Thursday, Sept. 25 by hosting a series of presentations about the history and future of the regional airport.
12 hrs ago | KMVT Twin Falls
Police in Twin Falls say they are looking for a burglary suspect who is believed to have attempted to burglarize a vehicle near a local business. The attempted burglary, which was captured on camera, resulted in significant damage to the vehicle.
16 hrs ago | Post Register
Shooting at Devils Corral is irresponsible and dangerous. An alternative is desperately needed.
Twin Falls, Idaho Miss Idaho Sierra Sandison competed in the Miss America pageant Sunday evening, which aired on ABC. Sandison, who is a type 1 diabetic, made headlines for wearing her insulin pump on stage during the swimsuit portion of the competition.
Southern Idaho August 2014 became the wettest month in Twin Falls history and set the record for the wettest August in Jerome County. Heavy rains brought damage all over Southern Idaho, from flooded streets, washed out roads and trails, to ruined crops.
Twin Falls, Idaho Business owners in downtown Twin Falls are seeing a growing problem, and are petitioning the city for some changes. Parking downtown has been a topic of debate before, but now business owners are dealing with a new problem, an increase in traffic.
Twin Falls, Idaho A husband and wife team has noticed a need in the Twin Falls community and are taking action to help give senior citizens a bigger voice. Bob and Daphne Mallory took their idea for a senior advisory committee to the city council and are now moving forward with plans to develop the committee with the help of a couple council members.
Idaho State Police say the driver of a pickup involved in a fatal hit-and-run incident in Jerome has turned himself in. The Twin Falls Times-News reports that a 2-year-old boy was struck and killed while crossing a street on Friday evening.
In this Aug. 4, 2014 photo, Claire Jones, 12, receives five immunization shots from certified medical assistant Mary Ann Todd at St. Luke's Magic Valley in Twin Falls, Idaho. Public health officials are seeing an increase in the number of whooping cough cases caused by a wave of anti-vaccination theories they say are risky and unfounded.
Sierra Sandison discusses how she has been able to empower those with diabetes, the differences between Type 1 and Type 2, and how to approach someone who is living an unhealthy lifestyle. But in the weeks leading up to the pageant and in recent days here at the competition in Atlantic City, Miss Idaho has found herself talking about it all the time.
The annual Southern Idaho Economic Development Organization or SIEDO held their annual summit Thursday afternoon in Twin Falls. The purpose of this yearly meeting is to discuss and celebrate all of the advancements made in the prior year when it comes to economic development.
Twin Falls, Idaho "You could feel the national impact this event was making." Said Twin Falls Police Chief, Brian Pike.
Twin Falls County Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Julie Sturgill, was presented with the Prosecutor Award of Excellence by the Governors Task Force on Children At Risk at the Idaho Prosecuting Attorneys Associations Summer Training Conference in August. The Magic Valley Children At Risk Evaluation Services Advisory Board nominated Sturgill for the prestigious award, recognizing her devotion, selflessness, integrity and excellence in serving children in her community.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 08:42 pm
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