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Gun discharged at Twin Falls school, 3 students in custody

Twin Falls police on Friday said that they have taken into custody a 14-year-old male student and two other students after a gun accidentally discharged at a middle school. The incident happened around 12:45 p.m. in a...


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Boise police arrest man for stalking and battery

Boise police said on Friday that they have arrested a suspect in stalking and battery cases in the city have been arrested in California. The 33-year-old Scott Collinson of Fairfield, California, was arrested Thursday...


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Idaho Supreme Court candidates face off in debate

Four candidates hoping to fill one seat on the Idaho Supreme Court faced off in an hour-long debate Friday night. The four candidates are vying for the seat held by Chief Justice Jim Jones, who is retiring in January...


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'This is not a reality show,' Obama tells Trump

In a scathing attack on outspoken Republican candidate Donald Trump, US President Barack Obama remarked on Friday that occupying the Oval Office "is not a reality show." Asked about Trump at a media briefing in the...


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Police: Fearing drug bust, Caldwell man leads I-84 chase, falls into canal

Two people have been charged after police say a driver led them on a chase down I-84 Thursday night. The chase began after a Caldwell Police officer saw what seemed to be a drug deal taking place in the parking lot of a...


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Nampa murder: Suspected accessory arrested in Las Vegas

A woman, who according to police, is linked to the stabbing death of a Nampa man has been arrested after remaining on the run for nearly two months. Ashley Ford, 27, was apprehended in Las Vegas on Tuesday evening...


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Road closed near Table Rock over landslide risk

In an emergency decision, the Ada County Highway District Commission has closed Alto Via Court and part of Strata Via Way due to landslide risk ahead of what is anticipated to be a wet couple of days.


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Powerball Jackpot among biggest in history on Saturday

The multi-state Powerball was not won by anyone on Wednesday as the jackpot grew to at least $415 million, becoming the top 10 highest U.S. lottery prizes in history. Officials said seventeen consecutive drawings...


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Former presidents Bush not to endorse Donald Trump

Former US presidents - George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush - have decided to not endorse the party's presumptive presidential nominee, Donald Trump, this year. Spokesmen for George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush said the 41st...


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Cops seek man accused of shoplifting, attacking employee

Police are seeking help from public in tracking down a man who allegedly became violent when he was caught shoplifting on Sunday at a store on West Overland Road. Authorities said that the employees of the store approached...


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Three Portland men busted for fake prescriptions

Three Portland men were put in jail for trying to use fake prescriptions to buy codeine cough syrup. Fuad Mohamed, 24, Abdullhi Abdulkadir, 23, and Devontae Ahmed, 22, were arrested on Tuesday after the trio tried to...


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OSHA investigating trench accident after workers' death

The Ada County coroner on Wednesday revealed the identity of two men who died on Tuesday night after the collapse of a trench in which they were working. The coroner's office released a statement saying Ernesto Saucedo...


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Fourth annual 'Idaho Gives' kicks off Thursday

The fourth annual "Idaho Gives" is set to open on Thursday and the donors in the state will get 24 hours to contribute their money to hundreds of nonprofits and charities. The main goal of the one-day fundraising blitz is...


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Romanian hacker Guccifer claims having breached Clinton server repeatedly

The infamous Romanian hacker "Guccifer" on Wednesday told Fox News that breached former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's personal email server several times in early 2013. "Guccifer" claimed that it was...


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John Kasich suspends presidential campaign

Ohio Governor John Kasich on Wednesday officially suspended his GOP presidential run, making Donald Trump the presumptive GOP nominee. Kasich was the only candidate left in the race to earn the Republican nomination...


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Ted Cruz ends presidential campaign

Texas Senator Ted Cruz on Tuesday abandoned his presidential campaign, removing the biggest hurdle in Donald Trump's path to earn the Republican nomination for November election. Cruz announced his exit after...


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Suspect in custody in murder of Navajo girl: FBI

The FBI on Tuesday said that a 27-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the abduction and death of an 11-year-old Navajo girl in northwestern New Mexico. Tom Begaye of Waterflow, N.M., was arrested...


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Deputy, officer cleared in Homedale man's death

A deputy and an officer who last year shot dead a Homedale man after the latter pointed a gun at them have been cleared of any wrongdoing. The Canyon County Prosecutor on Tuesday ruled the shooting death of Gilberto Heredia...


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California man hit Kuna man with gun, shot at him

A man was arrested after the Ada County sheriff's office said that the man from California hit a Kuna man with a handgun and opened fire at him. The sheriff's office said that deputies went to probe a...


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Nampa police release ID of man found in burning car

The ID of the man whose body was found in a burning car early Sunday was released by Nampa police on Tuesday. Police said that 29-year-old Nampa resident Videll N. Hanks was the man found in the car. Police said that...


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Two dead after Boise trench accident; one rescued alive

Two people died and a third was rescued alive, after the collapse of a trench near Hill Road, the Boise Fire Department said. The fire department added that the accident happened at 5:35pm when the workers were in...


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Donald Trump: Presumptive GOP nominee; Bernie Sanders wins in Indiana

Donald Trump is all set to win the Republican presidential nomination after scoring a decisive victory in the Indiana primary and Ted Cruz's decision to quit the campaign for the White House. It should be noted here...


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AMBER alert issued for Spokane girl

Spokane police on Monday issued an AMBER alert for a girl. The 16-year-old Kiera Inman went missing on Sunday. She was wearing thick-rimmed glasses with a green cast on her arm. She is listed at 5'3" with brown hair...


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Canyon Co sheriff: Other conspiracy ring victims sought

The Canyon County sheriff on Monday told reporters that Steven Nelson's story should shock the entire community. Nelson, 49, was brutally attacked and robbed Friday morning near Lake Lowell. Nelson replied to a...


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Idaho state brand inspector resigns after filing of criminal charges

The Idaho State Brand Inspector has resigned following the filing of criminal charges by the Jerome County Sheriff's Office. The resignation of 32-year-old brand inspector Justin Archer has been accepted. Archer has been...


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Ted Cruz welcomes Mike Pence's endorsement

Senator Ted Cruz was not expecting an endorsement from Indiana Governor Mike Pence. Before endorsing Cruz, Pence gave a long wind-up about the benefits of campaign launched by Cruz's main rival Donald Trump...


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Hillary Clinton apologizes for saying she'd put coal 'out of business'

Democratic presidential fronturnner Hillary Clinton on Monday apologized for saying she would put coal miners and companies "out of business" after becoming president, dubbing her comment a "misstatement."...


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Seattle May Day violence: 5 cops injured in clashes, 9 protesters arrested

The May Day clashes in Seattle left at least five police officers injured and nine protesters were arrested. Authorities said that the protesters threw flares, bricks and Molotov cocktails at the policemen...


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Malia Obama is going to Harvard - but will take a year off first

The White House announced on Sunday that President Barack Obama's eldest daughter Malia Obama will attend Harvard University. But the 17-year-old Sidwell Friends senior will not be heading to Cambridge, Mass. this...


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CIA 'live-tweets' bin Laden raid with five-year delay, faces criticism

The CIA on Sunday marked the anniversary of the killing of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden by live-tweeting the raid with a five-year delay. The raid was carried out by US special forces on the residential compound of Osama...


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