Judge Rules in Idaho GOP case in Twin Falls
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)-Tuesday 5th District Judge Randy Stoker ruled that former GOP Party Chairman Barry Petersen is no longer the leader of the party in Idaho.
July 4th Fireworks Shows In and Near Twin Falls
If you are planning on finding some fireworks displays this 4th of July, many towns in the Magic Valley area will be involved. We rounded up a full list of 4th of July celebrations in Southern Idaho.
Confusion Abounds Over Possible Release of Bowe Bergdahl
WASHINGTON (AP) — The captors of an American soldier Bowe Bergdahl, held for nearly five years in Afghanistan, have signaled a willingness to release him but are unclear which U.S. government officials have the authority to make a deal.
Top Story 2/4/14 – TF City Denies Big Ed’s Jump Agreement
The Twin Falls City Council Monday night failed to approve the agreement based on safety concerns. KLIX News Director Benito Baeza was at the meeting and he will give us a rundown of what happened. Big Ed Beckley will be joining us at 9 a.m. to tell us what happens next, if anything.
Twin Falls City Council Says NO to Beckley Jump
Tonight the Twin Falls City Council failed to approve a jump lease agreement for daredevil Big Ed Beckley. Council members Greg Lanting and Rebecca Mills Sojka were the only two to vote in favor of the proposed agreement. More details as they are available...
Tom Luna Says He Won’t Run For Re-Election
Boise, Idaho (KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV) - Idaho Public Instruction Superintendent Tom Luna announced this Monday morning that he will not seek a third term to his office.
Brain Wasting Disease Suspected In Idaho Man’s Death
(AP) — A 65-year-old central Idaho man died earlier this month after his family said he developed a rare brain-wasting disease.
Mega-Load Reaches Idaho
Idaho (AP) — A megaload of oil refinery equipment headed to Canada has arrived in Idaho.
Twin Falls City Council Discusses Jump Payments
Monday night the Twin Falls City Council discussed a laundry list of “wants” as far as requirements from Ed Beckley to jump the Snake River Canyon. The Council was thinking part of Beckley’s payment to the city to jump the canyon could be a list of improvements at the jump site...
More School Districts Ask For Bond Levies
As March of 2014 approaches yet another Magic Valley school district plans to ask voters for more money to run the schools. Members of the Kimberly School Board voted last week to approve a $600,000 supplemental levy that will be voted on in March...
Mega-Load Close To Idaho
A huge shipment of oilfield equipment that's been heading toward Idaho for several days now is ready to enter the state. The 450 ton "megaload," is headed for the Canadian tar sands oil development. It’s been delayed by protests and bad weather in Eastern Oregon...
Twin Falls Man Arrested For Attack On Girlfriend
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — A 39-year-old Twin Falls man who had a warrant out for his arrest for breaking into his ex-girlfriend's house and threatening to kill her earlier this month is charged with a second attack in which the same woman said she was beaten, choked, raped and threatened with a knife...