|Police in Fruitland make contact with individuals wanted for questioning in connection to the Michael Vaughan case||Full Story|
FRUITLAND, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Police have made contact with two people wanted for questioning in the search for missing Fruitland boy Michael Vaughan.
Brandon Shurtliff of Kuna, and Adrien Lucienne of Toledo, Ohio, were reportedly at one time staying at the house where police searched for Michael’s remains last month.
|Avalanche and Flood Watch in Hailey, school canceled Monday||Full Story|
HAILEY , Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) —Update: Blaine County School District #61 will have no school Monday due to snow
Hailey Fire responded at 10:47 am Saturday regarding several avalanches off the face of Della Mountain, which caused the Big Wood River to flood into the Della View neighborhood, primarily on War Eagle Road.
|ITD to begin aerial survey for possible future area bridge||Full Story|
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — The Idaho Transportation Department will begin aerial surveys to look into the possibility of a future bridge crossing the Snake River.
The survey will begin next week and is related to an upcoming study to determine the feasibility of a future Snake River crossing in the region.
Part of the survey will paint ground targets on city streets to serve as reference points and provide an elevation and location to compare with all gathered survey points.
|If You Have More Than $1,000 in Your Checking Account, Make These 5 Moves||Full Story|
You’ve done it. You’ve built up a little cushion in your bank account — $1,000! It feels good, right? Those days of checking your account balance in a panic are behind you.
Congrats! You’re on the right path. Now it’s time to think about some longer-term goals. What do you want to accomplish next with your money? Do you need to save more? Do you want to buy a home someday? Invest?
What’s the next step you should take? What are some specific things you can do to take your finances to the next level?
We’ve got some ideas for you:
|Large church fire reported in Hagerman||Full Story|
HAGERMAN, Idaho (CBS2) — A large church fire has been reported in the small town of Hagerman.
Details are limited, but CBS2 has learned the fire at the Hagerman Christian Center started at about 8 p.m. Multiple fire agencies and police have responded to the scene.
|Twitter and Elon Musk||Full Story|
Sometime back, a Stanford adjunct professor and friend, Fred Gibbons, clued me into Elon Musk. Gibbons, an old Silicon Valley maven who knew the ropes, said, “No matter what anyone thinks, Elon Musk is the real deal.” I knew what he meant by that since I was schooled by the valley BS and its legions of phonies and posers.
|Construction on Highway 93 to add two lanes||Full Story|
JEROME, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Highway 93 is growing, becoming a four-lane highway across a two mile stretch west of Jerome and north of Twin Falls.
Construction is ongoing on adding two lanes to a stretch of the highway from the Highway 25 intersection to just north of 100 South.
|Lane Closures at Washington St. and Orchard Dr. Beginning April 21||Full Story|
Extreme Excavation Inc. will be preforming work on behalf of Oasis Stop & Go to widen the roadway at the intersection of Washington Street South and Orchard Drive West.
The project will require closures of the westbound and southbound lanes at the intersection beginning Thursday, April 21 through Friday, May 20. The right southbound turn lane on Washington Street will be closed to all traffic while the project is ongoing, and the westbound northern lane and shoulder on Orchard Drive will be closed.
|Stealing from the Rich Today||Full Story|
Has anyone asked what legal or moral authority any Western government has to take the property (e.g. houses and yachts) of various Russian “oligarchs”? This is done under the guise of “sanctions” against Russia. Is any due process involved besides the whims of a bureaucrat? If so, what exactly is this due process? Confiscatory measures against anyone from Canadian truckers to rich Russians are a threat to everyone.
|Boise Hawks Plan 11 Amazing Fireworks Shows for 2022 Season||Full Story|
Last summer, the Boise Hawks were able to stretch their season well into mid-September. They're excited to welcome fans back to Memorial stadium to do it all over again!
2021 was the Boise Hawks' first season in the Pioneer Baseball League and they certainly made an impression! The team became the Southern Division Championships and battled the Missoula PaddleHeads in the league championships series. They game up short, but are excited for the new season to start and try to get back to the championship!