The Idaho Press-Tribune reports Susana Cordoba Quijano (kee-HAH'-noh) also pleaded guilty to use of a deadly weapon in the Oct. 12 death of Santiago Delgato Pineda. He died of a single stab wound to the heart.
Two of the burglaries happened this past weekend. Investigators say the thieves have been cutting power and phone lines to houses before breaking into a back door.
Boise Police says a man was driving with his family as they approached Gekeler Lane and East Boise intersection on Saturday.
The owners of Forward Movement Training Center in Meridian say several vehicles, a house and even a bank within their facility provide areas for training you can't get for hundreds of miles.
Police say several homeowners have spotted a tall skinny man (about 6 feet) wearing dark clothing peeping in windows and running through backyards in the area.
Nampa PD says it has arrested 20-year-old Kyle Schafer after he allegedly robbed two businesses in December and January. He was spotted on surveillance video walking into a convenience store with a knife.
Boise Police says Gordon Clark has been booked on five counts of sexual exploitation of a child. BPD says officers were called to a home on Kootenai Street on the Boise Bench back in December for a report of child porn found on a computer
Brady Gamble, who runs a hot dog stand late at night outside the Buffalo Club, says the men inside the truck eventually stopped and beat him in the head with the rock that kept his tip jar from blowing away.
Sarah Pearce is offered a deal that may mean she won't have to serve the full amount of time she was given in connection to Linda LeBrane's attack in 2000.
Suspect claims he was warding off a person trespassing
Nampa Police says officers were dispatched to the pawn shop, located on the 600 block of 12th Avenue.
Two groups of people could legally carry firearms on campuses: retired police officers who were employed for at least 15 years and people who have enhanced carry licenses.
Soon after, however, an Ada County Sheriff's deputy spotted the vehicle in a parking lot on Emerald Street.
Nampa Police says officers received a call about a customer trying to pass a fake bill on Saturday. When police arrived, they found Jason P. Janes had counterfeit bills as well as the supplies to make the fake cash.
Deputies urging parents to talk to their children about "Stranger Danger"