American families were introduced to “The Simpsons” of Springfield on December 17, 1989. Now 25 years later, Travel Lane County is celebrating TV’s so-called “First Family” with the launch of their Unofficial Simpsons Tour.
Nordstrom department store has fired an African-American sales associate who made a statement about killing police on his Facebook page.
Media partner The Idaho Press Tribune reports that the call came in just after 1 p.m. from a trailer park in the 3300 block Airport Road.
When police arrived, witnesses said they say two men in dark clothing running away from the area. Police said they were taken into custody after trying to run from the scene.
The death is under investigation and Idaho State Police Capt. Lonnie Richardson says the investigation report should be finished next week.
Idaho Fish and Game says 23-year-old Kenneth Tyler Sommer, of Newdale, Idaho, was hunting for black bears in eastern Idaho when the grizzly was shot.
The bobcat recently made an appearance in the trail camera. The owner of the camera lives in southeast Boise.
As the Idaho Department of Fish and Game has celebrated its 75th anniversary this year, a number of wild tales of wildlife management have surfaced, and none are better than Geronimo’s.
In August, Detectives said Horton, who worked as a bookkeeper for a King Concrete and Construction in Canyon County, paid herself more than her agreed-upon salary between November 2012 and October 2013.
The Lane County Sheriff’s Office said they received several reports of package thefts over the weekend in the Irvington-Santa Clara neighborhoods.
The board unanimously approved establishing new advisers, auditors and outside consultants over the next two years to improve independent oversight.
According to dispatch, one person has been taken to the hospital after a semi-truck collided with two other vehicles on I-84 eastbound at milepost 57.
Sierra Brown was heading home Dec. 7. Seconds after the 17-year-old drove into Gem County, she got too close to the edge of State Highway 52, drove off the shoulder, then overcorrected before tumbling 42 feet into the water.
The Do Not Call Registry is supposed to prevent telemarketers from calling, but many on the list still receive some unwanted calls.