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A Mini-Cassia family has spent decades styling, cutting and curling hair for nursing home residents — all for just the cost of a smile.
The third annual Magic Valley Career Expo will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. March 5 at Canyon Ridge High School.
This summer, Fish and Game shot 206 elk at night in order to study depredation methods and stop elk from damaging crops. When that went public…
RUPERT — Events for all ages will take place in March at the DeMary Memorial Library, 417 7th Street.
Thursday's news: What you missed while you were at work.
Hemp production in Idaho is one step closer to becoming legal. Cannabidiol oil, or CBD, is not.
Visitors to Idaho 18 and over who can legally possess firearms will be allowed to carry a concealed handgun without a permit or training withi…
Idaho will not align with the new federal smoking age this year after lawmakers rejected a bill to do so on Thursday.
Rep. Linda Hartgen, R-Twin Falls, was one of two Republicans to voted against the bill, which would prevent Idahoans from changing the gender …
Authorities say two people were badly burned and at least one dog died in a mobile home fire in Pocatello.
Most spending in the Twin Falls School District will stop through June due to budget projections that came up about $1.4 million short.
Practice and play for small teams in the Gem State is no easy task. But it's reality for some of Idaho's smallest high school girls basketball…
A former thrift store will soon get new life as a place to get barbecue, ice cream, drinks and more, all in one spot.
A Twin Falls man was injured in a crash on Interstate 84 near Oregon.
For years, hunting advocates have been sounding the alarm as the practice started slipping from tradition.
Two years after a man died in northern Idaho's Lake Coeur d’Alene, his wife has been charged with his murder.
For years, Idaho officials have been looking for a way to combat funding shortfalls for trail maintenance. One state agency may have a solution.
Bail will remain at $5 million for a mother arrested in Hawaii over the disappearance of her two Idaho children, a judge ruled Wednesday.