Police say the man is currently at St. Alphonsus after the shooting at trailer home on the 500 block of East 44th Street Wednesday evening. The man suffered a gunshot wound to the head.
Boise Police traffic officers highlighted the difference between driving 35 miles per hour in a school zone compared to 20 mph.
Prosecutors say Winn led 44-year-old John C. Douglas to the victims and that Douglas shot the two. Douglas was arrested in Pennsylvania but is currently fighting extradition.
Oregon State Police said the deputy was shot in the face and the side during a traffic stop.
Many are wondering if young kids should be able to use fully automatic weapons after an instructor was accidentally shot, and killed in Arizona. In Idaho it's up to the gun range.
Wednesday night, commissioners heard from residents and county employees on how they wanted it spent at the county's public budget hearing. Commissioners later voted to pass the budget as it was proposed.
Idaho's biggest school district wanted the money to build three new schools to ease overcrowding.
IDFG says the homeowner heard their dog yelp and run back into the house through a doggy door. The homeowner looked outside and saw the cougar crouched on the back porch.
Union Pacific spokesman Aaron Hunt says the cars derailed at about 11 a.m. Tuesday.
The fire broke out at about 10:43 a.m. at 3935 N. Reed St. Fire officials tell KBOI 2News that no one was injured in the blaze, that burned about 50 percent of the mobile home.
County Pest Abatement District Director Kirk Tubbs tells The Times-News that Twin Falls County is the only county in Idaho taking measures to control black flies.
Two vehicles have rolled off the road near the Boise Stage Stop Wednesday morning. Emergency crews are on scene, but no injuries were reported. A family member told a KBOI news photographer that a dog running into the road may have caused the crash. No injuries were reported.
A man is under arrest after he accidentally shot and killed his brother in their North Bend apartment Monday evening, Snoqualmie police said.
Ada County deputies, police from Boise, Garden City, Meridian, Eagle and Star, and US Marshals spent all afternoon and early evening Tuesday looking for Davis. Neighbors finally spotted him and called police.