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Lewiston Man Drowns on the Salmon River Trying to Save a Dog

PINE BAR, Idaho (KLIX)-Rafters tried to save a Lewsiton man found floating face down in the Salmon River Saturday after he had tried to save a dog caught in the current. According to the Idaho County Sheriff's Office, the victim has been identified as Richard Scyphers, 55, who had been rafting with a group of people near Pine Bar. The sheriff's office said Scyphers jumped off the raft with a life jacket and swam out to the dog. The other people on the raft told authorities that they didn't see him after he went around a river bend. The sheriff's office said another group of rafters spotted the man face down in the river. They were able to pull him to shore where they attempted life-saving measures, but where unsuccessful. The group then took Scyphers down river to American Bar where they met with the sheriff's office, other authorities, and the coroner.
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Bray Fire mapped at 20,345 acres

BLISS, Idaho (KIFI) - Fire crews worked throughout the night to contain the Bray Fire northeast of Bliss. Crews will remain on scene to monitor and mop up hot spots. The fire has been mapped at 20,345 acres. Estimated control date is Thursday at 10:00 p.m. There are no structures...

Progress on the Bray Fire Now at 20k Acres

UPDATE: The latest from the Bureau of Land Management Fire Information is that crews have made progress in securing containment lines on the Bray Fire. New mapping indicates it has burned more than 20,000 acres. All of the active fire is in the interior. UPDATE:. BLISS, Idaho (KLIX)-Fire crews are...

UPDATE: Bray Fire burns 20,345 acres near Bliss

BLISS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — UPDATE at 5:03 p.m.: Idaho BLM says the fire has grown to 20,345. UPDATE AT 9:39 a.m.: The Idaho BLM says the Bray Fire has now burned 12,000 acres. The Bureau of Land Management confirmed via Twitter that the Bray Fire had burned 8,000 acres...

Hailey Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash Near Fairfield

FAIRFIELD, Idaho (KLIX)-A Hailey man was killed when his motorcycle crashed down into a riverbed on Saturday in Camas County. Idaho State Police is investigating the crash that happened at around 8:30 p.m. on Forest Service Road 227 about 35 miles west of Fairfield. The 47-year-old man was on a 2017 KTM motorcycle when he went off the road and down into the riverbed. The crash remains under investigation.

Motorcyclist dies in central Idaho crash

Idaho State Police is investigating a fatality crash that occurred on Saturday at 8:30 p.m., on Forest Service Road 227, 35 miles west of Fairfield in Camas County. A 47-year-old male of Hailey was driving a 2017 KTM motorcycle eastbound on Forest Service Road 227. The driver drove off the roadway and came to rest near a riverbed.