Aerial Globe Contortionist Juliette Carballo, 17, demonstrates her routine Thursday, July 5, 2018, at Cirque Italia in the parking lot next to Magic Valley Cinema in Twin Falls, Idaho. Carballo is a sixth-generation circus performer. She started practicing at 3-years-old and made her debut at 9.
Inmates walk the yard during recreation time Friday, July 13, 2018, at the Twin Falls County Jail in Twin Falls, Idaho. With 80 percent of Twin Falls inmates being felons, who typically stay at the jail longer and are held under a higher bond, the jail is facing overcrowding issues the city is not prepared for. The 224-bed jail has housed as many as 270 inmates at a time over the past year. Since 2015, the average length of time an inmate stayed at the jail has doubled from 12 days to 24 days.
Competitors round the first turn Saturday, July 7, 2018, during the Old Town Criterium bike race in downtown Twin Falls, Idaho. The race featured a mile-long loop that athletes rode for a predetermined number of laps. The number of laps differed depending on the race.
Poky the Outlaw Rodeo Clown, aka Rob Johnston, poses for a portrait with his rubber chicken, Rocky the Rooster, on Thursday, July 26, 2018, at the Comfort Inn and Suites in Twin Falls, Idaho. Johnston is in town for the Lincoln County Fair and Rodeo. During his 35 years as a rodeo clown, Johnston says he's broken nearly every bone in his body. 'Evel Knievel's got nothing on me,' he says.
BrookLynn Hernandez, 6, plays in the fountain Friday, July 6, 2018, during the Downtown Commons ribbon cutting ceremony in Twin Falls, Idaho. Dozens of kids ran into the fountain once the water was turned on to escape the 90-degree heat.
An athlete swims down the Snake River as he competes in the 1.5K swim portion of the race Saturday, July 28, 2018, during the 32nd annual Spudman Triathlon in Burley, Idaho. Over 1,000 people competed in the event. Elite finishers completed the race in just under two hours, with less advance athletes clocking in at over three hours.
The Dog Creek Fire starts to jump Idaho 46 on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, north of Gooding, Idaho. In the Twin Falls District alone, 14 lightning-caused fires burned an estimated 52,132 acres in five days. The Dog Creek Fire is responsible for burning over 16,000 of those acres.
Elle Christensen, 14, performs a backflip as she competes in the Women's Open class Saturday, July 14, 2018, during the 20th annual Wake in the Snake wakeboarding competition at the River's Edge Golf Course in Burley, Idaho. Christensen finished first in her category.
Olivia Bradshaw, 4, laughs as she is licked by a puppy in the petting zoo area Saturday, July 14, 2018, during the Kids' Bridge to Success fundraiser at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho.
Evan Schmidt competes in the bike portion of the race Saturday, July 28, 2018, during the 32nd annual Spudman Triathlon in Burley, Idaho. Schmidt finished 362nd with a final time of 2:36:13.8. Schmidt was one of over 1,000 competitors.
An inmate sleeps on a temporary bed on the floor because no bunks are available Friday, July 13, 2018, at the Twin Falls County Jail in Twin Falls, Idaho. The 224-bed jail has housed as many as 270 inmates at a time over the past year. Since 2015, the average length of time an inmate stayed at the jail has doubled from 12 days to 24 days.
Arias Anderson, of Pecos N.M., gets ready to BASE jump Friday, July 13, 2018, at the I.B. Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls, Idaho. Twin Falls is one of the only places in the country where it is legal to BASE jump. Visitors travel from all across the country for a chance to jump off the 486-foot-tall bridge.