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The reward for information about a January incident in Burley involving a fire and a pipe bomb has been raised.

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Investigators in Burley are still piecing together what happened early Monday morning when an empty downtown building was gutted by fire and a bomb was discovered in front of a business across the street.

A pair of Meridian parents has been arrested for investigation of felony injury to a child after police say they left their toddler in a hot car while they went grocery shopping.

KBOI-TV reports 32-year-old Paula Opyd and 43-year-old Frayne Hutton were shopping Saturday in Meridian for about an hour before they realized they had left their 18-month-old child in the car.

Officials say by the time the pair went to get the boy he was unresponsive. Employees and other witnesses poured cold water on his face to help cool down his body.

Police investigations continue into the deaths of two University of Idaho students in Moscow. They died in separate incidents over the three day weekend. 

Moscow Police say 18 -year-old Joseph Wiedrrick of Hailey, Idaho was found dead on Monday after being reported missing by his dormitory roommate at noon on Sunday. Search and rescue teams spent the rest of Sunday and most of Monday looking for him. They found his body under a bridge just over three miles from campus. No foul play is suspected.

Afghanistan Massacre Suspect Named

Mar 16, 2012

NPR has confirmed the name of the Washington-based soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians. He is 38-year old Robert Bales of Lake Tapps, Washington.