County Prosecutor explains why it's not so simple.
There was a big concert at the Eagle River Pavilion in September with Michael McDonald and Boz Skaggs. However, there was a problem. McDonald never sang.
The dance studio opened up in September and the owners got the green light on playing music. However, after some complaints they are now being told to turn it off.
Many of us have taken out a loan before. What if you were told you didn't pay it off and are now being sued? That recently happened to one Caldwell man.
After months of dealing with the legal system the charges were dropped. But Wilson says she's been convicted in the court of public opinion.
Winning the lottery is a dream for many. So what if someone told you that you did win, and it turned out to be a scam? One Caldwell man says it happened to him.
One local teen was denied workers compensation after getting hurt on the job, and now she's taking her case to the Idaho Industrial Commission.
Donne Lee of Boise bought her townhouse back in June of 2008, but two years later discovered there was a mix-up in paperwork.
We all get solicitations in the mail, but what what happens when they become threatening?
DEQ battles dangerous E. Coli at your favorite beaches
Merlin Slyter was granted an extension on his taxes, but says when the IRS sends you an e-mail it always gets your attention.
County prosecutor thinks convictions are good despite broken policies by lab workers
You have a buyer for that item you've been wanting to get rid of! It should be great news, but seller beware.
"They've injected reasonable doubt into every case", says one defense attorney
Behind bars for identity theft and bank fraud. How does someone end up in that position? In this week's Truth Squad report Tami Tremblay takes you inside the mind of a criminal so you can protect yourself.