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Soldier in Crimea in front of Russian flag

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Ukraine declares 1-day cease-fire

Ukraine's military announced a one-day cease-fire on Thursday to allow international experts full access to the site where Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed two weeks ago, officials said.

Pocatello city equipment dollars used to pave other cities

Pocatello paving predicament

Mayor Brian Blad says several area city roads were paved without approval from him or the City Council.

Teton Geotourism Center grand opening set for Friday

Teton Geotourism Center grand opening set for Friday

The Teton Geotourism Center in Driggs will open its doors to locals and tourists Friday at 2 p.m.

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Is 2014 the deadliest year for flights?

Some may wonder if, statistically, the skies are getting more dangerous. They may ask themselves whether 2014 is trending toward one of the deadliest years in aviation history. Experts say don't be nervous.

chubbuck house where girl shot 7-30-2014

Chris Cole, KIFI/KIDK

Girl dies after being shot

A 5-year-old girl who was shot in Chubbuck has died.

War Bonnet Rodeo

War Bonnet Rodeo begins this week

The War Bonnet Rodeo is the oldest rodeo in Idaho. It has been a tradition since 1911.

Job Opportunities

Job opportunities in Rexburg

Call centers are moving into Rexburg offering hundreds of new jobs, and students are the centers' main target.

Fair Board apology

Bann. Co. Prosecutor's Office issues Fair Board apology

Bridges were mended on Wednesday afternoon after the Bannock County Prosecutor's Office issued a public apology to the Fair Board during the Commissioner's meeting.

Leaderless Idaho GOP looks to bridge divides

Leaderless Idaho GOP looks to bridge divides

The Idaho Republican Party is searching for a new leader after a judge ruled that former chairman Barry Peterson's term expired last month.

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Idaho scales back claim of problems at prison

Idaho Department of Correction officials have dramatically scaled back their assessment of the problems encountered when they took over the state's largest prison from Corrections Corporation of America this month.

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