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Boil Order Still in Effect at Hagerman Rest Area
People visiting a Hagerman rest stop are cautioned to boil water before using it, according to the Idaho Transportation Department.
Idaho Woman Dies in Rollover Near Weiser
A single-vehicle rollover on a highway near Weiser has left one person dead, according to Idaho State Police.
Firefighters Battle Wind-driven Blaze South of Twin Falls
A fire reported late this morning south of Twin Falls is running with the wind, according to a spokeswoman with the Bureau of Land Management.
Intermittent Closures Planned Along Eastland Drive
Intermittent closures of street accesses will begin July 9 along Eastland Drive.
Idaho Power Releases 20,000 Catfish at Milner Reservoir
Heat up the frying pan, 20,000 channel catfish were stocked Wednesday at Milner Reservoir. Some of the fish are tagged and could offer anglers a cash prize.
Police Seek Information About Interstate Crash That Injured Motorcyclist
Idaho State Police is asking for help as it investigates an injury crash that happened a little before noon Thursday on Interstate 84.
Expect Lane Closures Thursday on Washington Street North
The intermittent single-lane closures on Thursday will allow contractors to perform maintenance on traffic signals.
BLM Offers Reward for Info About Stolen Wild Horse Management Sign
The Bureau of Land Management is offering a $500 reward for information about a wild horse herd management sign that was stolen near Glenns Ferry.
Firefighters Respond to Compost Fire in Hagerman
Firefighters were called to the National Fish Hatchery this afternoon to put out a blaze that started in a compost pile.
City Plans Road Closures, Parking for Upcoming Bike Race
The city of Twin Falls has released a map showing road closures and parking for an upcoming bike race.
Brush Fire ‘Moving Pretty Quickly’ in Jerome County
UPDATE: Fire crews are mopping up a blaze that was reported late this morning in Jerome County.
Cat Recovering From Plague Infection in Elmore County
A cat in Elmore County is recovering from plague, public health officials say.