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The mayor of Middleton, Idaho, is reportedly in jail under arrest on a charge of domestic battery. No bail was set and he will remain in custody until he is arraigned on Monday, the Idaho Press reports.
A Canyon County, Idaho, woman has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for child abuse. She was accused of strangling, kicking, biting, stepping on, force-feeding and throwing the children by their hair while they were in her care
The Canyon County jail is the first in Idaho to implement an iris biometric identification recognition system when booking inmates into custody, a process that is more accurate and faster than fingerprinting, according to authorities.
An Idaho man has been sentenced to 30 years to life in prison for sexually abusing girls and providing them with drugs, the Canyon County prosecutor’s office said.
Boise police started tracking opioid-related arrests in November 2016, after a case Officer Terry Weir remembers well.
Eight Idaho counties including Ada and Canyon — as well as the Idaho Military Division — have the potential to save an estimated collective $2 million by changing how they negotiate contracts with the company that provides radio service for first responders.
West Nile Virus has been confirmed in a mosquito trap located west of Parma, according to a press release from the Canyon County Mosquito Abatement District.
Both the man and woman involved in Monday’s shooting that sheriff’s deputies are calling a domestic violence situation died Tuesday, according to a Canyon County Sheriff’s Office release from Chief Deputy Marv Dashiell.
A notice of a tort claim filed against the Canyon County coroner by a current employee alleges ongoing harassment and a “hostile” work environment riddled with violations.
An ex-deputy in southwestern Idaho authorities say took part in a plan to have inmates attack another inmate has filed notice that he intends to bring a lawsuit contending wrongful termination.
In May 2009, Zachary Neagle killed his 32-year-old father, Jason Neagle, in their Caldwell home. When his defense argued that years of sexual abuse prompted the killing, national and international news outlets swarmed to Canyon County to cover the story of a 14-year-old who said he did it to protect his siblings.
Raise the Bottom, a Boise-based non-residential opiate treatment center, is expanding to Nampa.
Authorities in southwestern Idaho have launched a billboard campaign hoping to find the people who robbed an Idaho convenience store and killed a 25-year-old employee.
Authorities said Thursday the criminal investigation involving a former state representative has been turned over to the Idaho Attorney General’s office.
A southwestern Idaho sheriff says he's looking into the expensive option of housing inmates out of state because inmates keep escaping from a tent facility. Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue also says that about 250 people who should be considered violent are being released ahead of their trial because there's no room in the jail...
Officials with the Canyon County Public Defender’s office say they are considering a possible agreement with a nearby county to handle their legal defenses in death penalty cases.
A law enforcement officer sent to check on the welfare of three people living in a southwestern Idaho home instead found three bodies hidden on the property in an apparent homicide. Investigators haven’t yet identified the three people, and it’s not yet clear how they died.
Investigators are trying to determine what killed three people whose bodies were found hidden outside a southwestern Idaho home.
The Canyon County sheriff is planning to ask the Attorney General’s Office to investigate county commissioners for willful neglect of duty following a string of escapes from a jail tent facility.
Canyon County is shutting down a tent facility used by the county jail after a number of escapes and the potential for additional ones