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An Ontario man creates stunning replicas of sci-fi props from discards and castoffs and his own crazy imagination.
Cade, a 17-year veteran of the Nampa Fire Department was attacked in a rampage back in August. He spent several days in the hospital, and has had several surgeries since the attack. Doctors gave Captain Chris Cade the clearance he needed to come back to work last weekend.
Shirley Mcalear says her three sisters, one brother and her dad, Oscar, were all hit by the storm and she hadn't heard a thing all weekend.
No injuries were reported in a two-semi truck crash in Nampa Friday morning. Idaho State Police says the driver of a vehicle pulled out in front of a semi, which caused the crash.
Boise police confirms there are injuries.
The Canyon County Prosecutor's office says Joseph Howard Brown was arrested in March of this year after an investigation by the Nampa Police Department revealed he was having an ongoing sexual relationship with the teen.
Officials say the crime occurred between 2007 and 2009 at the White's home while the victim was being babysat by his wife.
The Big Horn County Attorney's Office says 36-year-old Rodney Seiber of Nampa, Idaho, appeared before District Judge Blair Jones in Hardin on Wednesday and waived his right to an extradition hearing.
Canyon County Prosecutor Bryan Taylor told KBOI 2News that a judge sentenced Gregory Raymond Higgins Jr. for last summer's shooting death of 27-year-old James Groat of Nampa.
Deputy Fire Chief Doug Strosnider told the Idaho Press-Tribune Thursday that Capt. Chris Cade still has trouble speaking after the apparently random attack.
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.