The Ada County Sheriff's Office says deputies found Scott Davis on Burntwood Court Tuesday evening after searching for him most of the afternoon. The sheriff's office says that deployed a taser to stop him.
A man suspected of assaulting his girlfriend used his 7-month-old baby as a human shield while attacking two officers attempting to arrest him Friday, according to the Olympia Police Department.
The letter from the United Dairymen of Idaho was sent anonymously to the Associated Press late last week.
Nampa Police says the male suspects were wearing something over their faces. One of them was wearing a red shirt while the other was in a blue shirt.
Searchers are looking for family members of a young child who apparently drowned during a day at the beach along a reservoir west of Portland, Oregon.
The Payette Police Department says Nicholas Grove escaped the jail at 8:36 a.m. He was last spotted wearing a white T-shirt and black boxers.
Idaho Falls police say that on Saturday 45-year-old Michael Shane Sparks punched his girlfriend in the face, pushed her onto a couch and put his hands around her throat.
Forty-six-year-old Earle Edward Vine on Tuesday was being held in the Ada County Jail on charges of aggravated battery and eluding police.
Surveillance video has been posted to a Lucious Robbi Facebook page showing a vehicle matching the description of Robbi's Subaru with a kayak on top driving past the Chevron through Garden Valley.
State Police arrested a naked man who was beating on cars and getting into fights at a Southern Oregon music festival that promoted the benefits of hemp.
Boise Police are warning of an email phishing scheme that offers to pay people for advertising on your personal car. Investigators say one person was recently taken for $2,000.
Ken Miracle will travel to Washington, DC this September for his award nomination by Field & Stream magazine.
The American Academy of Pediatrics says it would be best if classes didn't start until 8:30 a.m. or after. In the Treasure Valley, only middle schools in Meridian meet that later start time.
Scalia was the keynote speaker at Monday's event in Boise marking the end of the largest ever adjudication review settling water ownership throughout nearly 85 percent of the Gem State.
The state's biggest school district would use $104 million to build three brand news schools.