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Freddie Gray wake follows night of scuffles

As a funeral home opened its doors for Freddie Gray's wake Sunday, a few store owners were clearing the mess from the destruction caused by a handful of protesters the night before.

The vast majority of protesters who took to Baltimore's streets late...

Jakori Ford Running With a Purpose

Jakori Ford: Running With A Purpose

One of the most exciting players in Idaho State Spring Practice was backup Running Back Jakori Ford.  The explosive runner plays for more than just winning or losing. 

Pocatello family works to restore home

Pocatello family works to restore Victorian home

David and Julie Carpenter have been restoring their home at 404 S. Garfield Ave., for the past decade. It was first built in 1892.

Ground broken for Star Valley Temple

It was one of the biggest events in the history of Star Valley.

Modern quartet performs for local area students

Modern quartet performs for local area students

The Idaho Falls Arts Council presented the modern TorQ Percussion Quartet at the Colonial Theater, Friday.

Economists say new construction shows end to recession

Economists say new construction shows end to recession

Construction season is starting early within eastern Idaho, but economists say the early spring isn't the only driver for more construction jobs.

YMCA promotes summer fitness with Healthy Kids Day

YMCA promotes summer fitness with Healthy Kids Day

The YMCA is working to get kids throughout the greater Idaho Falls area to be more active this summer.

I-15 north of Blackfoot open after crash

Idaho State Police said a potato truck overturned on I-15 south just between the Blackfoot Rest Area and exit 108 (River Road).

Century High School makes most challenging list

Century High School makes “most challenging” list

Century High School is one of just nine schools in Idaho and the only one in eastern Idaho to make the Washington Post's list of most challenging high schools in 2015.

Hillcrest performer wins distinguished student award

Kiera Marrott plays the witch in Hillcrest High School's production of “Wizard of Oz.”

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