"I don't know what to tell (my son)," said Maria Fernandez, the ex-wife of the victim. "He knows something happened because when he showed up here, he said 'Mom, something happened to my dad.' Like, 'no.' 'Yea, something happened to my dad. Don't lie, Mom.'"
"Nothing like this happens," Justin Hayes said. "There's no gangs rolling through here or kids walking down the street, breaking stuff. It never happens."
Deputies say Stills was not wearing a helmet and was thrown off of his bike after hitting a dog.
Seiber's past reveals that he's pretty good at hiding from police...at least for a little while.
It was three dozen votes shy of passing, as 368 voted "no" and 332 voted "yes." The same levy also failed in May.
A local community activist is pushing for Nampa to adopt an ordinance that would stop discrimination against LGBT members.
This is the biggest year yet for the fair, as far as rides go.
A group met to tailgate before Tuesday evening's Nampa Schools Board Meeting.
Structurally unsound bridges can be found across the United States, but you may be surprised to learn how many are found right here in the Treasure Valley.
A man has been arrested and charged with child abduction.
Idaho State Police are investigating a deadly crash that happened late Friday on Old Highway 30 near Burger Lane.
The Treasure Valley’s first indoor shopping mall opened in 1965
We’ll take a look at one of the College of Idaho’s most famous landmarks.
Many people don’t realize it, but the Treasure Valley used to have an electric trolley system that helped get people get around
The roots of the Idaho Press-Tribune go all the back to 1883