Andrew Weeks is an award-winning journalist who has spent most of his career in the newspaper and magazine arenas. When he's not filing stories, he enjoys the arts and spending time outdoors.
Semi-involved Interstate Crash Near Wendell
A crash this morning on Interstate 84 is backing up traffic near Wendell.
Mountain Home Man Dies in Early Morning Crash
A 36-year-old Mountain Home man died early Wednesday morning after being involved in a two-vehicle crash in Owyhee County.
Highway Project Backs Up Traffic on I-84
If you plan to be anywhere near the Interstate 84 and U.S. Highway 93 interchange today, leave early and expect delays.
Idaho Educators to Attend Statewide Conference
Idaho educators will be better prepared to help students prepare for college and careers after attending a conference in early September.
Jim Jones to Speak at Herrett Forum
Jim Jones, former chief justice of the Idaho Supreme Court, will speak at the Herrett Forum in early September.
Road Project Near Ketchum Begins Sept. 5
A four-day road project will cause some lane restrictions beginning Tuesday, Sept. 5, on Idaho Highway 75 between East Fork Road and the southern end of Ketchum.
Pedestrian Taken to Hospital After Being Hit by Garbage Truck
One person was taken to the hospital with serious injuries Monday morning after being hit by a garbage truck.
Filer Boy Scout Troop Recognized for Service to American Legion Hall
Eagle Scouts in Filer were recognized by Sen. Mike Crapo on Monday for the work they did to revamp the community's American Legion Hall.
Filing Period for City Council Seats Opens Today
If you’ve ever thought about running for a seat on the City Council, you’re in luck.
Elmore County Sheriff Updates Woman’s Death Investigation to Homicide
Law enforcement officials investigating the death of a woman found in her vehicle Saturday morning in Elmore County are now calling it a homicide.
T.F. Police Say No Criminal Evidence Found in Reports of Alleged Child Enticement
Police say they have not found any evidence of criminal activity related to recent reports of alleged child enticement in Twin Falls, but they caution parents and students to be vigilant and continue to report suspicious activity.
Big Trees the Focus of Next Wildflower Walk
Whoever said that wildflower walks were only for viewing wildflowers?