Nampa Police, Caldwell Police, and the Ada County Sherrif's Office have all joined in the search for 36-year-old Rodney Lee Seiber, who police consider to be armed and extremely dangerous.
Seiber's past reveals that he's pretty good at hiding from police...at least for a little while.
Nobody else can take shelter there, and the 25 women and children currently living there will have to find another place to live within the next month.
The Valley Crisis Center has been helping women and children abused from domestic violence and sexual assault since the 90's. After this week the center will have to turn away the families that have relied on them for help the most.
Program Services Director Charlene Wright told the Idaho Press-Tribune that if Valley Crisis Center doesn't get an infusion of cash soon it could close by the end of October.
The Nampa Education Association filed a lawsuit against the district arguing the union, not individual teachers, is the legal negotiating agent between educators and the district.
The Idaho Press Tribune says 31-year-old Julie McCormick plead guilty to having an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old male inmate where she worked.
Officials tell KBOI 2News that the fire started in the attic and spread throughout the complex, located near Yale and Hudson streets, causing damage to all three units.
The Idaho Press-Tribune reports Deputy Canyon County prosecutor Gearld Wolff described Corral as cold-blooded and ruthless and said his plan was only stopped when a third potential co-conspirator went to police.
Nampa PD says a man broke into a 78-year-old man's house and woke the victim up as he was trying to remove property from the house. The victim was able to alert authorities using a medical alert activation system.
Nampa PD says a man went into the Pizza Hut on the 100 block of Caldwell Boulevard and used a knife to threaten employees for money. After a brief struggle, the man ran away - no money was taken and no one was hurt.
Nampa Police said Wednesday officers received eight separate reports of vandalism and one arson between 2-6 a.m.
Idaho cowboys showed off in a big way on Thursday, and more than a dozen Gem Staters hoped the trend continued on Friday, including an all-Idaho team roping duo.
Defense lawyers for 33-year-old Gregory Higgins Jr., rested their case Tuesday, setting the stage for final arguments Wednesday in the first-degree murder trial.
For the second time in three years, bullfighter Will O'Connell was snake-bitten at the Snake River Stampede. O'Connell was knocked out cold in 2011, and a torn MCL ended his rodeo season Wednesday night.