Erin Fenner, Idaho Statesman

Erin Fenner

Idaho Statesman

Boise, ID, United States

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Past articles by Erin:

Boise man accused of pointing weapon at Ada deputy gets second trial after hung jury

A Boise man who was said to have pointed a gun at an Ada County Sheriff’s Office deputy went to trial, got a hung jury, and is scheduled to go to trial yet again. → Read More

Snow in the forecast Tuesday, but dry days ahead

Snow will fall Tuesday morning with a predicted inch accumulating in Boise, and more snow predicted west of town in the Canyon County area, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

You asked us: What’s with all the Boise police escorts on the roads this week?

The Boise Police Department is escorting the Colorado Rams, and may escort the Idaho Vandals, across town for the Potato Bowl. → Read More

Eagle firefighters arrived to see 2 dogs in the water, 1 trapped under ice

Two dogs chased a goose into a frozen pond near Heron Point Lane in Eagle. Firefighters were able to rescue one of the pets. → Read More

Early morning jogger reports armed robbery on Boise Greenbelt

A runner reported getting cut with a knife by someone who stole his possessions, according to Boise Police Department. → Read More

Family, pets get safely out of burning North End Boise home

A garage was destroyed by an accidental fire in Boise’s North End. The family of four managed to escape the blaze safely with their two cats, according to Boise Fire Department. → Read More

Ada County teen pleads guilty to shooting another teen this summer

Damian M. Barber was accused of shooting another 19-year-old man in Kuna with a .22 rifle at least three times after an argument on Sept. 15. → Read More

Treasure Valley morning commute could be clear, afternoon still expected to be slick

Treasure Valley morning commuters may have dodged the worst part of the winter storm the National Weather Service predicted, according to NWS meteorologist Josh Smith. → Read More

Haven’t bought your Christmas tree yet? You may be too late for a live one.

Christmas Trees are vanishing, in part, strangely enough, because of an oversupply of trees. → Read More

Have you seen him? Boise police and family search for 92-year-old man.

Darwyn Hope, 92, of Boise, was last seen on July 11, and his family still hopes to find information on his whereabouts, according to a Boise Police Department press release. → Read More

2 dead in Mountain Home mobile home fire

Two people died when a mobile home in Mountain Home caught fire early Monday morning. → Read More

Right before Christmas, Meridian family’s lottery ticket nets them $250,000

The family’s Christmas list “got a little bit longer,” said John Driskell who won $250,000 off the Huge Cash Game Scratch ticket from the Eagle Island Fred Meyer Friday, according to an Idaho Lottery press release. → Read More

Tuesday’s commute could be hazardous for Treasure Valley drivers

The Boise National Weather Service office issued a winter weather advisory starting Monday at 11 p.m. and lasting through 5 p.m. Tuesday. Storms are expected to bring snow, sleet and freezing rain. → Read More

Apartment manager deems burned building ‘uninhabitable,’ displacing 24 families

Building A at Boise’s Arbor Crossing Apartments received too much damage to allow tenants to move back in after the fire that killed 1 resident Saturday, according to a letter that management company Cottonwood Residential appears to have sent to residents. → Read More

Nampa man sentenced to 25 to life in prison for summer murder

Jesus Avila, 31, of Nampa was sentenced to life in prison on a first degree murder charge for killing a Georgia man this summer. → Read More

Family with baby safe after home burns in Caldwell

Firefighters from Caldwell, Middleton, Nampa, Star and Parma responded to the house fire Thursday. The occupants managed to get out safely. → Read More

25 Boise agencies come together to help displaced Arbor Crossing families

The Red Cross aided displaced residents from the Arbor Crossing Apartments with hotel stays, guidance and other support. It’s still unclear what caused the fire, and how many of the tenants can return home or if they have to find a new place. → Read More

Businesses, community members donate resources to keep Caldwell shelter dogs warm

West Valley Humane Society is trying to keep their shelter dogs warm with community and business donations after their boiler went out. → Read More

Ada County officials warn residents of jury scam

The Ada County Jury Commissioner Office said they would never tell a citizen they were issuing a warrant for an arrest, so keep an eye out for this scam. → Read More

Meridian police release image of second suspect in Wal-Mart robbery, assault

Meridian Police Department released a second image Wednesday of a suspect in a robbery and assault at the Fairview Avenue Walmart on Monday. → Read More