The investigation into the shooting of the two dogs on Interstate 84 in Minidoka County back in May of this year has been completed by two separate agencies, and both report that officers were justified in their actions.
Sextortion, a form of sexual assault, is on the rise, impacting youth across the nation. Scammers, often posing as peers, coerce victims to share explicit images and threaten to make them public unless given something, like money or gifts. The problem is challenging to prosecute due to involvement from international criminals, and various agencies' reported cases differ significantly, highlighting the need for uniform protective laws and resources. Caresse Jackman takes an in-depth look into this emerging cybercrime.
Insurance companies sometimes reject doctors’ prescribed treatments, leaving many Americans unable to afford their medications. Lee Zurik investigates how middleman used by insurance companies are often the reason behind the decision. Plus, claims patients dying unnecessarily after being placed on ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ orders without their family’s knowledge.
Nurse practitioners are questioning their own education at some colleges. There’s no national standard on how to educate nurse practitioners, while medical education for doctors was standardized more than 100 years ago.
The case of two kids who were missing for months before they were found dead in rural Idaho has taken another bizarre twist, with new court documents alleging that their mother believed they were zombies and that she was on a mission to rid the world of such creatures.
The FBI has launched a website for people to submit potential photos and videos of two missing Idaho children and their relatives who were with them while they were at Yellowstone National Park in September 2019.
Sources tell CBS News investigators are considering searching inside Yellowstone National Park as they look for two missing Idaho children. Tylee Ryan and Joshua “JJ” Vallow were last seen in September.
Putting you first, KMVT spoke with the Twin Falls County Prosecuting Attorney Grant Loebs to shed some light on what a contempt of court charge could mean for a Lori Vallow and the case of the two missing Idaho kids.
A man who was fatally shot when picking up his son from his estranged wife in suburban Phoenix was confronted by his baseball bat-wielding stepdaughter, shortly before her uncle killed him during a dispute.
Law enforcement is continuing to search for two missing Idaho children last seen in September, and who's newlywed parents Chad Daybell and Lori Daybell are refusing to talk to authorities regarding their disappearance.