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Hundreds on sinking South Korean passenger ship

Rescue boats and helicopters scrambled to pluck passengers, most of them high school students, from a ferry as it listed and slowly sank off the southwest coast of South Korea on Wednesday.

It's unclear exactly how many of the 477 people on board wer...

Local survivors reflect on marathon bombings

Local survivors reflect on marathon bombings

Several eastern Idahoans ran in last year's Boston Marathon and experienced the terror firsthand.

Self-expanding activities can help you quit smoking

Self-expanding activities can help you quit smoking

"Self-expanding activities" may be the way to cut back on smoking or even quit altogether. But that begs the obvious question: what is a self-expanding activity?

iPads in classrooms

iPads sweeping into college classrooms

An apple for a teacher is taking on a whole new meaning as new iPad technology is sweeping its way into some college classrooms.

Longtime legislator ready for retirement

Longtime legislator ready for retirement

Longtime State Rep. JoAn Wood cleaned out her Capital office and said goodbye to her Boise home.

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MGN Online

Blowing dust prompts I-15 closure

I-15 is now open between Idaho Falls and Roberts.

Challis reacts to earthquake swarm

Challis reacts to earthquake swarm

In the past couple of weeks, Custer County has been rocked by a number of earthquakes. Since March 25, the area has experienced 21 earthquakes with a magnitude 2.0 or greater.

Meeting tonight on possible Blackfoot railroad overpass

Blackfoot meeting on proposed railroad overpass

A meeting will be held Tuesday evening at City Hall in Blackfoot for public comment on the proposed railroad overpass.

Bob Seidel

Pictures of blood moon

A total lunar eclipse took place from late Monday night to early Tuesday morning. Here are photos submitted by viewers.

Possibly 1 to 2 inches of hillside movement each day

Luke Jones, KIFI/KIDK

Jackson approves $700K for landslide support

The Jackson Town Council has authorized up to $700,000 to build a massive buttress that could temporarily slow the landslide at East Gros Ventre Butte and to monitor the situation.

Tribes win appeal against phosphate plant

A three-judge appellate court panel has ruled the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes have civil jurisdiction over the FMC Corporation, according to a new release from the tribes.





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