This week's local crime and court updates from Times-News.
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The victim, who remains a member of the church, is seeking $5.5 million in damages.
Legislation to compensate people wrongly convicted of crimes in Idaho cleared the House on Tuesday and is headed to Republican Gov. Brad Little.
A Nevada man with ties to anti-government activist Ammon Bundy of Idhao has been arrested and accused of threatening the lives of a Las Vegas police officer and a criminal prosecutor, authorities said.
An Idaho man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after police received reports of an injured toddler who later died.
The coming fiscal year’s budget includes a 10.3% reduction in funds allocated to house convicted inmates in county jails and out-of-state prisons.
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It never fails that there are drivers, usually either in a pickup truck or a fast car, that at a stop light, when the light turns green, tear off as if it’s a drag strip. Can these drivers be ticketed for noise?
A recent order issued by the Idaho Supreme Court says trials may resume as long as courts follow COVID-19 restrictions, which also applies to grand juries.
Police in Spokane, Washington, have arrested a man in connection with the defacing of a synagogue with swastikas earlier this month.
A court has ordered a shorter sentence for a former Magic Valley nurse who admitted to helping a Colorado rancher cover up the killing of his fiancee.
A Burley assisted living and memory care facility is being sued by a family claiming the care facility did not call an ambulance for their mother who died after being sick all night.
Legislation to compensate people wrongly convicted of crimes in Idaho headed to the full House on Wednesday.
Eastern Idaho typically sees two to three fatal shootings a year. The past week, however, has seen an unprecedented level of gun violence.