REXBURG – A Brigham Young University-Idaho student charge with video voyeurism has entered a plea of not guilty. Devan MacCabe of Utah was charged Monday after cameras were hidden in both a bathroom towel rack and bedroom of a girls La Jolla apartment. According to the Rexburg Standard Journal, MacCabe faces up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $50,000 if convicted. His jury trail has been set for May.
IDAHO FALLS – Idaho Falls Police arrested two 18-year-old Idaho Falls men on Friday for attacking another 18-year-old man with baseball bats. Police say Codee M. Clapp and Ryker D. Ritchie showed up at the […]
Thanks to an Idaho Falls man’s donation of almost $200,000, the Anne Frank Memorial in Boise, Idaho is one step closer toward expanding. After recent vandalism of the Anne Frank Memorial, Idaho Falls native, Greg […]
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — Idaho State University is shifting how it interacts with staff and faculty as it’s new president Kevin Satterlee works to push the school forward. University board members recently appointed Satterlee to […]