The Department of Justice announced grants Thursday that will help hire 183 police officers across the country. Four of them — out of the six in Idaho — will be in Twin Falls.
The Twin Falls Police Department is attempting to secure federal funding to hire four police officers.
"We're not here to divide," one speaker said. "We're here to create unity and listen to each other."
City officials said they're making budget changes and police are still arresting people, even those claiming to have COVID-19 to get away.
A new bill would ban drivers from using cellphones and other electronic devices.
Don't let a Grinch get your gifts.
While my recent columns have dealt with cool cars and motorcycles, now that many of those have gone into hibernation thanks to the rush of col…
Police cleared an officer of wrongdoing after what turned out to be an altered photo appeared to show him looking at inappropriate photos in his police car.
The Twin Falls Police Chief wants immigrants in the city to know he is focused on keeping them safe.
A letter to immigrant communities dated Aug. 29 was released by the Law Enforcement Immigration Task Force.
A diverse group of citizens gathered at the Twin Falls Police Department on Wednesday night to begin a 10-week journey into the depths of law …
Police are asking the public to watch for a young man who was spotted with a rifle at a city event last week performing a "Second Amendment audit."
The city's ninth annual celebration of a community-building campaign will take place Tuesday evening at City Park.
The National Night Out is an yearly event taking place in all 50 states as a way for residents to interact with law enforcement agencies. It started in 1984 and has continued to grow.
TWIN FALLS — The first few weeks on a new job can be tough.
TWIN FALLS — Police departments around the country were reeling last month after a study exposed racist social media posts from officers in ei…
TWIN FALLS — Law enforcement and agencies that deal with domestic violence are reacting to an Idaho Supreme Court ruling earlier this month.
TWIN FALLS — A lot has changed in the police world since Twin Falls Police Chief Craig Kingsbury entered it 30 years ago.
TWIN FALLS — The third annual Walk a Mile in her Shoes is coming up and you know what that means — men squeezing into tiny high heels.
HAZELTON — It could take emergency responders more than 10 minutes to respond to the Valley School District’s rural and geographically isolate…
TWIN FALLS — The College of Southern Idaho’s board of trustees approved a budget July 16 that includes $43.2 million in total revenues and no …
TWIN FALLS — Voices Against Violence will host its second annual Walk a Miles in Her Shoes event on April 14 at the Twin Falls Visitor Center.
TWIN FALLS — Following an eventful construction year, city officials had much to report on before state legislators head to Boise this winter.
TWIN FALLS — Police urged religious leaders to be cautious when discussing whether to allow or encourage parishioners to carry concealed weapo…