Some of the images come across crystal clear, while others are hardly recognizable.
Troopers say the resident summoned police to her home in Greene Township, near Erie, on Saturday morning.
August 26 marks Women’s Equality Day. The day commemorates 95 years since the 19th Amendment was added to the Constitution, granting women the right to vote.
Media psychologist Ericka Goerling said the allure of "going viral" can lead people with severe mental illness to seek attention in all the wrong ways.
"We're going to stay after it and make sure we have a success in Idaho," Neil Kornze said Wednesday in Boise, noting the effort could take years.
Officials say a man was spotted walking along Interstate 5 Wednesday afternoon, setting fires with a lighter.
Guevara was ejected from the vehicle. Police say it is unknown if she was wearing a seatbelt or not.
Wildfires have greatly affected Idaho, recently in many ways. Some of these photos capture the intensity and the continual fight against the fires to protect Idaho's livelihood.
Mental health counselors say fear and horror are natural reactions, but the event can also trigger more difficult emotions in people who watched the shooting on social media.
Blue Cross of Idaho Health Service has the most rate hikes, averaging out to be 23 percent higher than in 2015.
St. Mary’s Academy sent alumni a letter Tuesday night, saying the all-girls’ Catholic school has withdrawn a job offer from a woman who doesn’t agree with the Catholic Church’s stance against gay marriage.
KBOI-TV’s parent company, Sinclair Broadcast Group, announced Wednesday that they have reached an agreement in principal with the DISH Network for the carriage of KBOI-TV.
Boise Police says witnesses told officers that a man was spotted driving erratically on Warm Springs Avenue on the night of Aug. 11 when he shouted at a cyclist from his car, before speeding away.
A 3-year-old boy was put in protective custody after being found wandering alone outside his home for the eight time since March, Federal Way Police said.
Idaho State Police say James R. Lee of Auburn, California, died Tuesday after failing to stop at a railroad crossing in Elmira.