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IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) - On Tuesday the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children released an age progression photo of what DeOrr Kunz Jr. might look like now at the age of four. DeOrr disappeared on July, 10th 2015 while camping with family in the Timber Creek area of Lemhi County. Since then countless hours have been spent by the Lemhi County Sheriff's Office, outside agencies and private investigators looking for DeOrr. But no solid evidence of what happened has been found. Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the Lemhi County Sheriff's Office at (208) 756-8980 or (800) 756-5678.
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Picture this: You’ve spent the last few weeks working on a tribute video for a friend’s 30th wedding anniversary. You collected photos and video clips and edited them together, laying over a soundtrack of their favorite songs. It was a real labor of love. When you finally finish the project, you go to copy the file onto a DVD and—what the?—a strange message pops up. “The files on this computer have been encrypted. You have 96 hours to submit payment, otherwise your files will be permanently destroyed.” You’ve been hit with ransomware....
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Emergency management officials are reporting flooding along rivers in Custer, Blaine and Butte counties. The Big Wood River near Hailey and the Salmon River from Stanley to the Lemhi County Line are flooding above their banks and flooding is expected to continue over the next few days....
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BOISE - Almost two years after toddler DeOrr Kunz Jr. disappeared while on a camping trip with his family, investigators plan to return to the campsite in search of new evidence. Lemhi County Sheriff Steve Penner told KTVB on Thursday that deputies will return to the campground outside of Leadore once the weather improves. Penner said the search was not prompted by a specific tip or new evidence. "That's just something you keep doing," he said of the continuing search of the area....
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Live like Lewis and Clark for a day. That’s all Pam Hay and her friend Erica Ely wanted to do. That’s why they’re in Salmon, Idaho for a few smoldering, summer days in mid-July. “How would you even write a story that good?’ says Pam Hay, Lewis and Clark history buff. “Two totally opposite leaders that came together and they only lost one person in a two-and-a-half-year expedition to a place that no one they knew had ever been. That’s amazing.”

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