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New Plymouth man arrested on charges of video voyeurism and sexual abuse of a child

New Plymouth man arrested on charges of video voyeurism and sexual abuse of a child

  Victor Woods of New Plymouth, was arrested on charges of video voyeurism, possession and production of child pornography, sexual abuse of a child, and destruction of evidence. Idaho State Police say the incident was reported in August at a home in New Plymouth. According to court documents, Woods asked the victim, his girlfriend’s daughter,…MORE

AARP Idaho Legislative Day Chance to Demystify Lawmaking Process

AARP Idaho Legislative Day Chance to Demystify Lawmaking Process

  AARP Idaho is holding its day at the Capitol in early February. Along with advocating for members’ interests, the organization for older Idahoans uses the day as other groups do — to demystify the legislative process. Francoise Cleveland, director of advocacy for AARP Idaho, says people come back every year to meet with lawmakers.…MORE

The 2020 Grow Rural Education program offers $15,000 grants to enhance STEM education

The 2020 Grow Rural Education program offers $15,000 grants to enhance STEM education

  The 2020 Grow Rural Education program, which provides Idaho farmers with the opportunity to nominate local rural public schools for $15,000 grants designed to enhance STEM education, is officially underway. Grow Rural Education, has awarded more than $18 million to more than 1,000 schools nationwide since the program began in 2011. Previous winners have…MORE

Two people involved in Murder-Suicide in Garden Valley identified

Two people involved in Murder-Suicide in Garden Valley identified

  Two people died Tuesday in what police believe is a murder, suicide in Garden Valley. Idaho State Police troopers assisted Boise County Deputies with a disturbance and shots fired at a home in Garden Valley. Police say the original call reported a mother and son, who lived at the residence, had been fighting. The…MORE

12 flu related deaths reported in Idaho

12 flu related deaths reported in Idaho

  At least 12 people have died of flu-related causes throughout the state this season, according to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. Of the 12, three were children. Two lived in eastern Idaho and one in northern Idaho. This season’s flu reports seem to be on par with past years so far. Last…MORE

Garden City man remains behind bars in Murder case

Garden City man remains behind bars in Murder case

  A Garden City man accused of killing his uncle Sunday was in court yesterday, but remains in jail on a $5 million bond. Emerson Buck is charged with second-degree murder, the use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a crime, and resisting or obstructing a police officer. The Idaho Press reports, Police…MORE

Former Fruitland police officer pleads guilty to four felonies

Former Fruitland police officer pleads guilty to four felonies

  A former Fruitland police officer initially charged with eight sex crimes against children in Payette County reached a deal with prosecutors and has pleaded guilty to four felonies. Alexander Plaza, was arrested in September on charges that covered alleged abuse between October 2017 and June 2019. The Idaho Statesman reports Plaza pleaded guilty to…MORE

Nampa Police warn of drugs being circulated

Nampa Police warn of drugs being circulated

  Cher Gray says her son, who she doesn’t wish to name, is one of the three overdoses connected to a blue pill that has dangerous side effects. Nampa Police say the pill is being sold as Oxycontin, but Gray told CBS 2 News, what her son took, is far more deadly. Cher Gray says…MORE

Garden City murder suspect due in court today

Garden City murder suspect due in court today

  One man is dead and another is behind bars following a murder in Garden City on Sunday. The suspect, Emerson Buck, was arrested on the corner of Veterans Memorial Parkway and Chinden Boulevard after running from police. Garden City Police tell CBS2 that Buck will be charged with 2nd-degree murder, plus obstructing and delaying…MORE

Bogus Basin is making changes this weekend to help improve traffic and parking

Bogus Basin is making changes this weekend to help improve traffic and parking

  After some real parking headaches and traffic issues on Bogus Basin Road last weekend, the ski resort is making some changes for this weekend and will continue to look for ways to make future improvements. Bogus Basin general manager Brad Wilson says starting this weekend, flaggers will be stationed at the intersection of Bogus…MORE

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Boise State makes all the 2020 “Way Too Early CFB Polls”

Boise State makes all the 2020 “Way Too Early CFB Polls”

  Worthington BLOG: Boise State makes all the 2020 “Way Too Early CFB Polls” By Rick Worthington   Now that the College Football National Championship game is over and LSU has been crowned as 2019’s best team, everyone is falling all over themselves to put out a list of the top 25 for the 2020…

BLOG:  Iran and a history full of conflict

BLOG: Iran and a history full of conflict

  Iran: A history full of conflict By: Rick Worthington I’m offering no opinions here, I just think this is good information to have available today. Iran’s history is FULL of armed conflict. Wikipedia has lots of information available, but if you only have 6 minutes, watch “U.S. and Iran’s rocky history explained.” Click the…

Worthington BLOG:  Thanks Coach Pete

Worthington BLOG: Thanks Coach Pete

BLOG: By Rick Worthington 12/9/19   I moved to Boise with my family in the summer of 2011. To refresh your memory, it was Kellen Moore’s senior year and the Broncos were about to go 12-1 on the season. Coach Chris Petersen had the Broncos rolling when I moved in, and I’ve never seen a…

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