As the fall harvest is underway in Idaho, drivers need to be aware of the increased risk of encountering farm equipment on county roads. Here are some tips to avoid an accident when sharing the road with tractors and other farm implements, as well as a little talked about statute that farmers should be aware of when driving on roads dominated by commuters.
Everyone has heard the theory that law enforcement has a specific amount of tickets they must write in order to fill a "quota", and that is why more people supposedly get pulled over at the end of the month. After speaking with Twin Falls Sergeant, not only is that completely untrue, writing tickets actually costs the department money.
In the United States, porch pirate thefts account for an average of $150.00 per victim, according to information shared by finder.com. Furthermore, approximately 15% of Americans have reported falling victim to porch pirates.
The Twin Falls Sheriff's Office shared photos of a person trying to haul a boat into Salmon Dam where the water levels are way too low. Surprise surprise, they got stuck. If you want to get your boat in some water you need to try a place that has, well, water.
On Saturday, May 15th at the Twin Falls City Park, the Twin Falls Sheriff's Office has asked the community to come together to pay respects for local law enforcement that gave their lives to support and protect the community.
Add cow wranglers to the job description of Twin Falls Police, Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office and Twin Falls Animal Control. Over the weekend they banded together to get their cowboy and cowgirl on to catch a cow that was on the loose.
As detectives continue to interview witnesses and investigate a Colorado mass shooting Monday that left 10 people dead including a state police officer, our own Twin Falls Sheriff's Office acknowledged the passing of a fellow law enforcement member.