Even if your phone gets down to six percent battery life, you might want to keep on walking right past the charging hub at the airport. Here's how using a public charging station just might ruin the rest of your summer!
The Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office says a recent scam is targeting area doctors. Recently four separate doctors officers informed the sheriff's office that someone had called claiming the sheriff, Tom Carter, is looking for the doctor because he has a warrant for their arrest
Twin Falls Police sent out a warning to the public this week not to trust the caller identification on your phone. In today's highly technical world the caller ID is very easy to fake for those looking to get highly personal information from unsuspecting victims, according to a statement from Twin Falls Police.
I love my little bundles of joy but sometimes they can ruin my week because they are little thieves! Thieves may be too strong of a word but I am tired of them high-jacking my phone. It's not like they don't have their own devices.
The Twin Falls Police department reported more than a dozen people have called reporting scams.
These scammers are posing as the IRS. They lead consumers into thinking they have back taxes that are owed and then ask for personal information to cover those expenses.