A southwest Idaho man accused of shooting two Canyon County sheriff's deputies has pleaded not guilty to his charges.
Veronica Herrera was back in court today, where attorneys spent several hours questioning witnesses and examining evidence from within the case to determine how long she will spend in prison.
Boise Police say they responded to a report of theft at the 400 block of North Milwaukee Street around 4:30 p.m.
The officer stopped the driver, identified as Siale I. Vailea, and could smell alcohol on Vailea's breath, BPD says. When Vailea was placed in the patrol card, police say Vailea damaged the patrol vehicle's rear antenna.
Police say they arrested Benigno Rocha, 22, who's also a local rapper and goes by the name "Big Happy."
Alan Beavers remains in critical condition four days after the collision, but his family said they are hopeful he will make a full recovery, even if it is slow.
Boise Police said that a driver called to report a possible drunk driver on 11th and Jefferson Street. The caller said the driver, later identified as 51-year-old Jennifer Hardin, was driving all over the road and had also bumped their vehicle.
Garden City police continue their investigation into a home invasion early Tuesday morning.
Attacks on a local restaurant have its owner thinking someone might be targeting him.
Garden City Police are on the look out for a hit and run drver.
Meridian Police says Sean Carnell's drug-fueled rampage started when he punched a 15-year-old boy in the face multiple times at Tully Park and jacked the teen's skateboard.
Christopher L. Myers, 37, of Cave Creek, Arizona, has pled guilty in Idaho federal court for embezzling almost $450,000 from ClickBank.
Boise Police say they handed out 30 underage drinking citations to minors and found eight adults providing alcohol to minors, they also received citations.
The U.S. Attorney's Office says 27-year-old Kyle Batt pleaded guilty Friday to unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number. Sentencing is set for Aug. 13.
Ada County Prosecutors say Jason Schaber posted several Craiglist ads online seeking sex for himself as well as the child. One of sex ads stated "desperate times calls for desperate measures."