6 hrs ago
KBCI CBS 2
Canyon County Fair says they're moving on Agriplex
The Canyon County Fair announced they are in the fundraising mode to have the Agriplex built on Prescott lane near highway 20 26 in Caldwell.
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18 hrs ago
Republican w/Record To Stay In Race
Greg Chaney, who is unopposed on the GOP ballot for a House seat in Canyon County but whose domestic violence and multiple-bankruptcy record caused an uproar in Canyon County GOP politics, announced at a county central committee meeting last night that he'll stay in the race.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Idaho Press-Tribune: Historic Museum Moves Forward
The Crossroads Transportation Museum being built in Celebration Park outside Melba will aim to educate children about the park's Native American habitation sites, petroglyphs and relics, and the travels of fur traders, cattle drives and wagon trains.
ACLU Director to Take New Post in Washington, D.C.
Monica Hopkins, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Idaho, is transferring to Washington, D.C., to act as the organization's regional executive director in the capital city.
Candidate with domestic violence record may withdraw, Canyon County GOP politics in an uproar
Canyon County GOP politics are in an uproar after the GOP candidate, unopposed in the primary, for longtime Rep. Darrell Bolz' seat turned out to have a criminal record for domestic violence; Idaho Statesman reporters Dan Popkey and Cynthia Sewell report today that the candidate, Greg Chaney, also has two bankruptcies on his record.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
KMVT Twin Falls
Head On Crash Kills Marsing Woman
Canyon County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a head-on crash that killed a Marsing woman Sunday morning.
Volunteers needed for April 19 Snake River cleanup
An annual trash cleanup along one of the more popular stretches of the Snake River is planned for Saturday, April 19, beginning at 9 a.m. Additional volunteers are needed to help with this effort, sponsored by Idaho Fish & Game and Canyon County Parks, Waterways & Recreation.
Sheriff expands 'Man Up Crusade' to rodeos throughout the West
You've probably seen them at the Caldwell Night Rodeo, the Snake River Stampede, and a half-dozen other rodeo events across Treasure Valley.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Deadly crash in Canyon County
Canyon County Sheriff's deputies responded to a head on crash near the intersection of Highway 55 and Lake Road Sunday Morning.
Idaho Press-Tribune: Canyon County Crime Rate Down, Police Chiefs Want Lawless Reputation to Change
Citing statistics that show crimes against people and property in Canyon County have fallen, local officials want their communities' reputations to change as well.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Press Tribune: Former Canyon County Prosecuting Attorney Bujak to Represent Self in Trial
John Bujak is the former prosecuting attorney for Canyon County. Now, he's on the other side of the witness stand.
Blue mustard plants on the rise in Canyon County
The Canyon County Weed Control Department wants people to be on alert for the Blue Mustard plants commonly seen in the area.
Bujak to represent himself in bankruptcy fraud trial
A former Canyon County prosecutor charged with bankruptcy fraud in federal court has been given the OK to represent himself.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Canyon Co. considers expanding current jail
Trying to find a solution to overcrowding at the Canyon County Jail, commissioners are looking at the possibility of expanding the current building.
Caldwell's reputation changing with lowest crime rate ever
CALDWELL Agencies across the state are beginning to get their crime stats for 2013, and for one Canyon County city, things are looking really good.
Canyon County Fair announces 2014 concert lineup
This summer's Canyon County Fair officially announces an all star concert lineup and it features some of today's biggest country stars.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
What a difference 60 days makes: From 'poor' irrigation season to 'normal'
In just 60 days, southwestern Idaho has gone from what looked to be a "poor" irrigation season, with much lower levels of water available than normal, to a "normal" water season with full irrigation allotments and flows.
Canyon County Jail: Too Many Female Inmates Forces Early Releases
The message from officials at the Canyon County Jail is simple: There are too many female inmates and not enough space to hold them.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
59% of Idaho voters still unaffiliated as primary election approaches
As Idaho's May 20 primary election approaches, 59 percent of Idaho's registered voters remain unaffiliated, Secretary of State Ben Ysursa told a gathering of Idaho Republican Party members this morning at the party's state headquarters.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
KBCI CBS 2
Bujak wants to represent himself in bankruptcy fraud case
Former Canyon County Prosecutor John Bujak wants to represent himself in his federal bankruptcy fraud case.