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 Department of Corrections and local advocacy group team up to host prisoner re-entry conversation
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — The Idaho Department of Corrections and VOICE Advocacy organization are teaming up to host an event on prisoner reentry on Wednesday, April 4. “It’s so needed in our community,” Stephanie Taylor-Silva, […]
IDAHO FALLS – A furnace at Bonneville High School misfired yesterday and caused the gas lines to purge into one of the classrooms. District officials say a large snow drift on the roof covered the […]
INTERVIEW: Senator Tony Potts talks bid for re-election to Idaho Legislature, clarifies campaign finance accusations
Listen to KID Newsradio’s full interview with Senator Tony Potts http://www.richbroadcasting.com/kidpodcast/NLS/KIDTonyPotts05102018.mp3 IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — With less than a week away from the Idaho primary elections, things are heating up in the race for Idaho […]