"We were in the process of issuing the alert when the ISP trooper spotted the vehicle and they were able to take the individuals into custody," said Dawn Peck, manager of Idaho State Police's Bureau of Criminal Identification, which handles the Amber Alert process.
The fire was called in at 11:30 p.m. Thursday night, near Black Cat and Chinden. The home is a total loss, and now detectives are trying to figure out what happened to the man and if the fire was lit on purpose.
Police say they had been looking for Anastasia Rogers, who was last seen Nov. 16. Officials thanked the community tracking her down. She was found in Boise.
Senate GOP Caucus Chairman Russ Fulcher made the announcement Saturday and says one of his main priorities is to reverse implementing the Affordable Care Act in Idaho and replace it with what he calls a patient-powered alternative.
Store manager Charon Mazloomi said she'll hire up to 50 new employees at Gordmans in Meridian. She also said the Nampa store needs help.
Boy says he was at a friends house when a nieghborhood dog jumped him and chomped on his arm.
Parts of the 66,000-square-foot building would rise 120 feet above the ground. The proposed site is off Linder Road in Meridian.
Friday was all about the hype of opening day, but the economic impact from this big project was felt as soon as contractors first started moving dirt. Now, every dollar that shoppers spend is helping out their community.
Meridian police noticed a crowd gathering during a standoff. Police were being recorded and they used their spotlights focused on the house and pointed them into the crowd.
Phase two of the Meridian Split Corridor project is complete one month early.
Nearby businesses are getting a lot more business since the intersections opened back up Wednesday morning.
Cade, a 16 year veteran of the Nampa Fire Department, has been in fair condition at St. Alphonsus since Wednesday when Police say he was attacked while riding his bike on the bike path in Meridian.
Chris Cade, a 16 year veteran of the Nampa Fire Department, remains in fair condition at St. Alphonsus in Boise Friday.
Over the summer, the Meridian School District had threatened to revoke the school's charter, because they felt the school wasn't financially stable enough to get itself through the school year.
Homeowners in the Edinburgh Place neighborhood received an email this week, asking for odd and even-numbered houses to water their yards on alternating days.