District 93 debates another school bond

District 93 debates another school bond

A school board meeting for Bonneville School District 93 went well into the night Thursday trying to solve overcrowding in schools across the district.

Teachers learn new math teaching method

new math

Experts in Singapore math program teach Idaho Falls and Bonneville school district elementary teachers.

Rand Paul visits Idaho Falls

Rand Paul in Idaho Falls

Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul made a campaign stop in Idaho Falls Thursday night. 

Small plane crashes into Snake River near Irwin

Snake River Plane Crash

The Bonneville County Sheriff's Office is working to remove a small plane from the Snake River.

Bow hunters discuss safety for upcoming hunting season

The upcoming archery season carries some risks. 

First reponders honored

First Responders honored

The Pocatello Fire Department and Bannock County Ambulance District were recognized by the American Heart association mission lifeline program.

Bluegrass Festival Begins

Bluegrass Festival returns to Bannock County

The 12th annual Bluegrass festival is underway in Pocatello.

Mann runs for Rexburg Mayor

Chris Mann announces run for Rexburg Mayor

Rexburg city council member, Christopher J. Mann, submitted his candidacy Thursday morning at City Hall.

4,000 acre wildfire burning west of Challis

11-Mile Fire

The U.S. Forest Service says the fire is burning about 17 miles west of town in the Yankee Fork drainage.

Eight teens arrested for burglary

Idaho Falls Police Department arrests eight teens for burglary at Grand Teton Mall.

Health insurance companies finalize higher rates in Idaho

 Idaho officials have released the final rate increases for health insurance plans in Idaho for 2016.

Ag secretary promises more sage grouse spending across West

Sage grouse

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says his agency plans to spend more than $200 million over the next three years on programs to protect greater sage grouse — regardless of whether the bird receives federal protections.

Idaho Falls woman arrested for felony battery on an officer

Ashlee M. Talich

Idaho Falls Police arrested Ashlee M. Talich for felony battery on an officer and obstructing and resisting an officer early Thursday morning.

Portneuf Wellness Complex opens

Portneuf Wellness Complex opens

The Portneuf Wellness Complex will give Idahoans a chance to enjoy concerts and outdoor fun.

Logistics of fighting the Elevenmile Fire

11-Mile Fire 8/25/2015

After an aerial flight last night to measure the extent of the fire, officials say it has spread to over 4000 acres and is at 0 percent containment. We take a look at the support team behind the firefighters.

District 93 board calls special meeting for overcrowding Thursday

District 93 to move to split sessions after failed bond

The District 93 school board and the District 93 solutions committee will be discussing a solution for overcrowding at an open meeting tonight.

Tautphaus Park murder: Mitchell's mental health evaluation

Body found at Tautphaus Park

The court has not yet signed the order for Brian J. Mitchell's mental health evaluation, but mental illnesses in association with crime isn't as cut and dry of a process as many people think. 

Charge against Tyrell Dixey dropped

Tyrell Owen Dixey

The charge against Tyrell Dixey for failing to report a dead body has been dropped.

City installs HAWK pedestrian beacons

City installs HAWK pedestrian beacons

The HAWK beacon is a new type of pedestrian crossing beacon that has proven in several states to increase safety for pedestrians by grabbing the attention of motorists.

Idaho Falls Greenbelt construction begins

Idaho Falls begins greenbelt construction project

Construction started Wednesday on a $900,000 project to improve a trail on the Idaho Falls Greenbelt.

LDS Church to continue association with Boy Scouts of America

Boy Scouts

Leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announce that the church will stay with the Boy Scouts of America Program. Local BSA leaders respond to the announcement.

Wildfire in remote area of Yellowstone to be monitored

5L4 Fire in Yellowstone National Park

A lightning-caused wildfire is being allowed to burn for now in a remote area of Yellowstone National Park.

Officials seek to limit corporate naming in Idaho parks

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation

Idaho officials aren't ruling out that new state parks could be named after private companies that give large donations or sponsorships, but a recently proposed set of rules would severely limit business' ability to acquire naming rights.

Woodruff Avenue to close for chip sealing

road work graphic

Parts of Woodruff Avenue will close Saturday to allow work crews to chip seal the road.


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