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Past articles by Candice:

As capacity issues persist, Twin Falls Animal Shelter asks for help

They are taking in between 15 and 20 animals daily and have over 100 animals in their care → Read More

FBI tracked Patriot Front prior to Coeur d’Alene arrests

“We need to catch who is doing this,” said Steve Widmyer, who at the time was the Mayor of Coeur d’Alene → Read More

Scorching temperatures in southern Idaho bring burn risks

Resting in the shade, wearing sunscreen, and staying hydrated are all key when it comes to staying safe → Read More

Twin Falls URA Downtown Arts subcommittee holds final meeting

Final items on the budget are wrapped up, with Monday marking the last meeting of the Twin Falls Urban Renewal Agency’s Downtown Arts Subcommittee → Read More

Magic Valley Refugee Day to celebrate area’s diversity

Organizers said events like this allow those who have resettled in Idaho to thank the community for welcoming them → Read More

Officials: Idaho wildland fire risk currently normal, but could rise in August

As temperatures rise deeper into the summer, drying grass could ramp up the fire risk → Read More

Tips for weathering high interest rates

One expert said a high-yield savings account could be a way to help your money go further → Read More

State education leaders concerned about teacher shortage

POCATELLO, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — With the start of the school year only two months away in many districts, state education officials described the certified teacher shortage as “concerning.” Discussion on the struggle to fill teacher openings came during today’s Idaho State Board of Education meeting in Pocatello during which officials said over 700 certified teacher openings remain unfilled… → Read More

Twin Falls Sheriffs unveil new marine drone to aid search and recovery efforts

When 15-year-old Taylor Summers accidentally drowned at Pillar Falls, it took four days for her body to be recovered. On Thursday, the Twin Falls Sheriff’s Office revealed a new marine drone with the hopes of speeding up future search and recovery efforts → Read More

Idaho rescue dog’s journey to new home gains online attention

A team of nine volunteers brought together through Twitter is working to take him on the over 2,600-mile drive → Read More

Weed Warriors looks to expand in year two

Last year, they hosted 29 of these events, mostly targeting public lands → Read More

Richard Arthur Olsen Museum of Natural History to open on Saturday

The museum is named after the landmark’s founder, the late Richard Arthur Olsen → Read More

Airport officials optimistic despite industry challenges

The single flight schedule has been extended through August 14 → Read More

Officials: The Twin Falls School District is not removing gender bathrooms

The school district is pushing back against a Facebook post stating co-ed bathrooms would be installed → Read More

Post Falls student revived after opioid overdose

A high school student in Post Falls, Idaho was revived by first responders after suffering an opioid overdose → Read More

Idaho receives federal rural community preservation funding

The Idaho Heritage Rust is one of a select few entities receiving federal grant money-- that will be used to preserve historic buildings in rural communities. → Read More

Why does St. Luke’s Magic Valley require COVID-19 tests before surgery?

“You can never belittle or minimize the stress the body takes from a surgery” → Read More

Raft River couple moving forward after house fire

RAFT RIVER, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Raft River residents Lynn and Susan Steadman were traveling out of state when a neighbor called to tell them their house was on fire. They said they came home as quickly as they could, only to find their home was a complete loss. According to the couple, the only thing left standing following the fire was the couple’s flag pole, so they bought a new flag to fly.… → Read More

Idaho chapter of Moms Demand Action urge action on guns

Tuesday’s tragic school shooting in Texas has renewed debate nationwide surrounding gun control → Read More

Judge moves Lori Vallow-Daybell trial to January

Her single trial with husband Chad Daybell is scheduled to begin on January 9 in Ada County → Read More