Meridian man guilty of selling unlicensed guns

Boise, ID. – Steven W. Clyne, 70, of Meridian, Idaho, was convicted on Friday evening by a federal jury of dealing firearms without a license and making false statements when purchasing firearms, Acting United ...

1 dead in motorcycle crash near Craters of the Moon

On Monday, August 14, 2017, at approximately 11:22 p.m., the Idaho State Police investigated a single-vehicle, fatality crash northbound US-93 at the 230 milepost, near Craters of the Moon. David A. Smart, 30, of Minot, North Dakota, and Alexandria J. Porte...

“Great Outdoors Bandit” arrested in Los Angeles

Salt Lake City, UT — On Sunday, August 13, the suspect in a about a half-dozen robberies, Josue Daniel Alfaro, a/k/a the “Great Outdoors Bandit,” was arrested, at the Los Angeles International Airport while att...

Timber Sale Nets Idaho Fish and Game $900,000

Coeur D'Alene, ID. — The Idaho Department of Fish and Game will receive just over $900,000 in a timber sale, which it says will be used to improve wildlife habitats in northern Idaho. Some residents did oppo...

Sunday night fire off Interstate 86 near Pocatello-Chubbuck

Pocatello, ID.  — Firefighters responded to a brush fire off of Interstate 86 near the Pocatello-Chubbuck border around 5:45 p.m. on Sunday evening. The fire was burning in grasses along the Interstate and was contained by 6:45 p.m. Once contained, the fire ha...

Summer cattle drive to cause delays in Logan Canyon

Logan, UT. – Motorists traveling along a 2.5 mile stretch of highway in Logan Canyon should expect delays beginning on August 15th through August 17th, as cattle allotment permittees move their cattle. The catt...

Idaho’s top military leader announces October retirement

Boise, ID. – Maj. Gen. Gary L. Sayler announced today that he will retire October 31 after more than seven years as Adjutant General of the Idaho National Guard, capping an exemplary 45-year military career. ...