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Longtime clerk, former justice honored for court service

BANNOCK COUNTY, Idaho (KIFI) – Two people with nearly a century in combined court experience have received the two most prestigious awards in Idaho’s state court system. Paula Larsen, a judicial assistant in Bannock County, received the Douglas D. Kramer Award and Retired Idaho Supreme Court Justice Roger Burdick received the George C. Granata Jr. Professionalism Award.

Daybell Lawyer asking to move murder Trial out of Fremont County

FREMONT COUNTY, Idaho — A judge is expected to release his ruling on whether the upcoming trial of an Idaho man accused in the murders of three people should be moved out of Fremont County.

Marion County Prosecutor’s Office pushes to ensure rights of Spanish-speaking victims in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Crimes against Hispanics oftentimes go unreported because many in the community fear questions about their status, but the Marion County prosecutor is working to change that.

New FBI Data is in: Murder Rates in U.S. Cities, Ranked

The national murder rate increased by 29 percent last year as gun violence surged during the pandemic.

America is Having a Violence Wave, Not a Crime Wave

As violent crime rose in 2020, property crime continued a years-long decline.

Pueblo District Attorney’s Office seeing 20% decrease in staffing

According to District Attorney Jeff Chostner, his team is down five attorneys, forcing his office to push back some trials.

Attorney: Von Ehlinger planned to turn himself in

BOISE — Former Idaho state legislator Aaron von Ehlinger had been in Central America since May and was in the process of returning to Idaho when he was arrested in Georgia.

Prosecution asks to sequester a jury for Daybell trial

ST. ANTHONY – Just days before Chad Daybell is set for a change of venue hearing, prosecutors have filed a motion to sequester a jury.