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“We proclaim that the image of Robert E. Lee does not deserve a place of honor in God’s house."
On the same day a court refused to revive a case against Cliven Bundy, it vacated the conviction of an Idaho man serving 14 years in prison fo…
Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Times-News.
Additional crews have been called to help with a fire north of Fairfield that has already burned 684 acres.
Some will make your laugh, some will make you smile and others will make you mad. Here's how political cartoonists have been taking on the news.
Chobani will have two new pumpkin spice products in stores this fall, along with two returning, seasonal, yogurts.
A total of 183 inmates tested positive and one had to be hospitalized at the Twin Falls Jail.
Chief Photographer Drew Nash shares some of his strongest work from July 2020. Check out the caption notes for a closer look at why he selecte…
This guy really knows his insects and is teaching others how to find them.
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Thursday's news: What you missed while you were at work.
Elko, Nevada, officials put a hold on plans to allow marijuana sales in Jackpot near the Idaho border.
A region-specific plan is now available to guide the COVID-19 response in Magic Valley communities, but officials aren’t required to follow it.
Red onions have been linked to a national salmonella outbreak, which has caused at least 26 Idahoans to become sick, according to the state De…
Flooding shocked Twin Falls six years ago, on August 6, 2014. Here's a look back at the crazy rain and the damage it caused.
A U.S. appeals court has refused to resurrect the criminal case against states’ rights figure Cliven Bundy and family members stemming from a …
An 18-year-old who fired a gun near a Boise protest after the police killing of George Floyd will spend four days in jail.
Did you miss any crime and court news from last month? Here's a collection of the crime reports, notable arrests and important court hearings …
BOISE — Idaho Gov. Brad Little announced Thursday that the state will stay in Stage 4 of his reopening plan for the fifth period of time.
It's 2020. So maybe news of an alligator roaming Idaho streets shouldn't be surprising.
With wildfire danger increasing across Northern Utah, the Minidoka Ranger District, Sawtooth National Forest will implement Stage 1 Fire Restr…