Six traffic signals to temporarily go dark in Idaho Falls

Six traffic signals to temporarily close in Idaho Falls

The city of Idaho Falls and Idaho Transportation Department will conduct a traffic signal study for the next two weeks.

Reading linked to higher student achievement

Read to succeed

Studies show students who read 20 minutes a day perform significantly higher in standardized tests.

Veteran honored for 70-year membership with American Legion

Bud Kelly has been an American Legion member since he returned home from his service in World War II.

Charity movie screening for two families who lost parents

Charity movie screening for two families who lost parents

A local producer and director's movie is helping the families whose parents were killed in a plane crash back in March.

Locals react to Ted Cruz dropping out of GOP presidential race

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Ted Cruz bailed out of the Republican presidential race Tuesday following a major loss to Donald Trump in Indiana. What do locals think about him dropping out?

Sarah Oden gets maximum penalty at sentencing

Sarah Oden gets maximum penalty at sentencing

Oden was sentenced Wednesday by  Bonneville Magistrate  Judge Bruce Pickett, after he found Oden guilty of drug possession and aggravated battery.

4th Annual Idaho Gives event gives back to communities

The Idaho Nonprofit Center and other nonprofit organizations in cities all across Idaho will be hosting events to mark "Idaho Gives Day" Thursday.

Students remember the Holocaust

Students remember the Holocaust

Skyline High School students kicked off Holocaust Remembrance Day with the unveiling of an elaborate display.

5C juvenile detention center working through a positive problem

5C Youth Center dealing with a good problem

The Five County Treatment and Youth Rehabilitation Center in Saint Anthony has a good problem on its hand.

Aeorpostle files for bankruptcy, will close two Idaho stores

As part of its announcement of bankruptcy filing today Aeropostale announced that it will be closing all of its Canada stores and 113 American stores including its Chubbuck and Twin Falls locations.

Salt Lake City police launch use-of-force data website

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Amid a growing national debate about police shootings, Salt Lake City police are launching a new website with open data about how often officers use their weapons.

Salt Lake City International Airport to add new concourse

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An already large construction project at Salt Lake City International Airport has been expanded to add a second concourse to the one already under construction.

School leaders protest budget cuts to Wyoming education

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A coalition of school districts and others say budget cuts enacted during this year's legislative session are not fair and are resulting in school closings and teacher layoffs.

Man angry about missing birth sentenced for bomb threat

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A Utah man who pleaded guilty to calling in a hospital bomb threat because he was upset he couldn't attend his child's birth will serve more than four years in federal prison.

Utah school district pays $10K for 'drunk goggles' injury

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Court documents show that a Utah school district paid more than $10,000 for a student's medical expenses after a 2014 "drunk goggles" exercise.

Update: Missing Spokane teen found in Ohio

AMBER ALERT: Kiera Inman

Update: Spokane Police Department says that missing teen Kiera Inman has been found safe in Ohio.

New vinyl record store sees early success

Bill Pimentel love for vinyl records has always had him thinking of opening a record shop of his own.

New Yellowstone Corridor master plan seeks public input

The Bannock Transportation Planning Organization and the Idaho Transportation Department are updating the master plan for Pocatello and Chubbuck's Yellowstone Corridor – and they're asking for the community's opinion before moving forward.

Safely sharing road with bikers

Safely sharing road with bikers

Warm weather is just around the corner and Idahoans are already dusting off their bikes and hitting the pavement.

Lava Hot Springs nominated for best river tubing location

Lava Hot Springs was nominated as one of the best river tubing locations.

Eastern Idaho Public Health hosts symposium on youth suicide

Eastern Idaho Public Health hosts symposium on youth suicide

Between 2010 and 2014, 96 Idaho school children died by suicide, according to the Suicide Prevention Action Network of Idaho.

Portneuf Wellness Center opens new mountain bike park

Mountain Bike Park Portneuf Wellness complex

A call to all bikers...there's a new mountain bike park in Pocatello, filled with exciting slopes and paths. It's now open at the Portneuf Wellness Center.

New Nuclear Reactor may come to the INL

Community leaders from around the area met Tuesday to hear about the future of the Idaho National Laboratory, which may become the home of a new-generation nuclear reactor.

Can't find your way around Idaho Falls?

Can t find your way around Idaho Falls

City leaders gather Monday to launch their city-wide Signage Program.

Update: Father arraigned on charge of felony injury to a child

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Update: The father of an injured toddler was arraigned Tuesday afternoon on charges of felony injury to a child. 

The Latest: Law cited in Utah 'Deadpool' case on hold

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Utah's liquor department has agreed to not enforce an obscenity law used against a movie theater in trouble for serving drinks and showing "Deadpool" while the theater's lawsuit over the matter continues.

UPDATE: Bonneville GOP chairman responds to indictment

UPDATE: Bonneville County Republican Party chairman is responding to his indictment.

Report: Faster response needed to mitigate salmon die-offs

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A draft report taking a hard look at last summer's massive die-off of sockeye salmon in the Columbia River Basin says Northwest fisheries managers must respond faster to mitigate future fish kills if similar warm-water conditions return.

Idaho city settles lawsuit over local law, LGBT weddings

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A northern Idaho city has settled a lawsuit brought by wedding chapel owners who oppose same-sex marriage.

2nd POW*MIA rally location in-question

After deciding to change the venue for their annual rally, the POW*MIA Awareness Group was offered to hold it at the Pocatello Raceway. The city, however, says more steps need to be taken.

Idaho women sue doctor, claim they got counterfeit implants

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Four women are suing a southern Idaho doctor because they say they were given counterfeit breast implants and knock-off Botox without their knowledge.

Idaho brand inspector facing 2 felonies resigns

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 Idaho State Police say one of the agency's brand inspectors has resigned after being charged with two felonies involving a check writing scheme.

Wyoming newcomer questions Cheney's ties to state

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The testy flare-up between Liz Cheney and Gillette veterinarian Rex Rammell happened at a debate in Laramie among Republican candidates for Wyoming's U.S. House seat.

Input sought on possible Portneuf River projects

After collecting peoples' suggestions and ideas for the Portneuf River Vision Study, the city is now asking for input regarding possible river projects.

Teacher Appreciation Week underway

Teacher Appreciation Week underway

Students across eastern Idaho are celebrating their teachers for Teacher Appreciation Week.

Pocatello police receive more calls about stolen vehicles

Pocatello police receive more calls about stolen vehicles

Free vaccines offered in wake of increased number of pertussis cases

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After noticing a recent increase in the number of pertussis, or whooping cough, cases in Teton County, Teton County Pubic Health Department will be offering free vaccines to adults without insurance.

Jackson firefighters douse a second residential fire

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Jackson Hole Fire-EMS firefighters put out the town's second residential fire in a week Friday.

EIPH bringing awareness to childern's mental health issues

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Eastern Idaho has the highest number of child suicides in the state, according to the Suicide Prevention Action Network.

Man points gun at Minivan

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Bingham County Sheriff’s deputies are trying to find out why a man was pointing a gun at van Monday morning.

Campaign finance reform initiative submits 79,000 signatures

Supporters of a statewide effort seeking to amend Idaho's campaign finance laws have collected roughly 79,000 signatures with the hopes of getting their initiative on the November ballot.

Boise's LGBT liaison officer works to help community

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The Boise Police Department has appointed Idaho's first officer to act as a liaison with the LGBT community.

Wyoming bans aircraft for spotting during hunting season


The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has banned the practice of scouting for wildlife with a manned or unmanned aircraft during hunting season.

Attorney General announces termination of fantasy sports contests in Idaho

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Attorney General Lawrence Wasden says executives of two companies offering various paid Daily Fantasy Sports contests have agreed to quit providing those contests to consumers in Idaho.

Man arrested for shooting at Pocatello police is sentenced

Zachary Davis

Zachary Lee Davis, 24, was sentenced Monday in court to a total of 16 years fixed jail time and seven years indeterminate.


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