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Twin Falls man arrested for spanking

Police in Twin Falls arrested a 25-year-old man for allegedly hitting his son so hard that it left bruises.

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Forest Service names new Caribou-Targhee Supervisor

Garth Smelser has been named the new supervisor of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in Idaho Falls.

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California patient tests negative for Ebola

A patient isolated in a California hospital after possible Ebola exposure does not have the virus, testing revealed.

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Runnin' for Tayt: Rigby boy ready for heart transplant

A little boy from Rigby has a pretty big wish that he needs the whole community to help grant. Tayt Andersen is up for a heart transplant as soon as October, and this Saturday, his family is hosting a 5K run/walk.

EIRMC aids safety prep for parent drivers

EIRMC aids safety prep for parent drivers

The Eastern Idaho Medical Center is taking part in a program to help emergency responders identify kids in the event of a major car accident.

Arco gets hit by heavy rain and flooding

Arco gets hit by heavy rain and flooding

Floodwaters are not just hitting cities along the valley, but the city of Arco was also hit by odd weather Thursday.

Cattle Prices On The Rise

Cattle prices are on the rise

Drought in other states have drastically decreased the size the U.S. cattle herd, but the demand for beef remains the same.

Pocatello council weighs budget decisions

Pocatello sets fee changes for fiscal year 2015

The Pocatello City Council approves changes to several city services at Thursday's city council meeting.

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100 mile club to insipire student success

One nationally-recognized program aimed at increasing physical fitness and learning productivity is spreading its way into local classrooms this year.

Madison School District seeks 2 5 million levy

Madison School District seeks $2.5 million levy

Madison School District leaders are gearing up for the tough task of convincing taxpayers to vote for a two-year supplement levy worth more than $2.5 million Tuesday.

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