Local financial adviser comments on Britain's withdrawl

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Investors worldwide were surprised by the outcome of the vote for Britain to withdraw from the European Union. This dramatic shift is making financial experts a bit nervous.

Multiple fire agencies respond to fire north of Wendell

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Bureau of Land Management firefighting crews and several other agencies have been working to stem the spread of the fire since about noon today.

Ex-Utah county commissioner sent to trial on fraud charges

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A judge has ruled there is sufficient evidence to send a former Utah County commissioner to trial on accusations he took part in a scheme where he and a businessman posed as Mormon officials to scam companies out of hundreds of thousands of dollars to invest in an industrial park and rail line.

Man killed in one-vehicle crash near Ft. Hall

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Fort Hall Police say a male tribal member in his 20's was killed early Friday morning in a crash on Highway 91 near Fort Hall.

After ad, dad interviews potential wives for 48-year-old son

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The father of a Salt Lake City businessman is setting up interviews for women interested in marrying his 48-year-old son, nearly a week after taking out a newspaper ad announcing the search.

Idaho health exchange working to address tax form delays

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Officials with Your Health Idaho say they are actively working to ensure that customers don't see another delay in receiving a critical tax form needed to prove health coverage and avoid a tax penalty.

Judge rejects Yeates plea, vacates sentencing

Yeates now heads to district court

Sentencing for Alisha Yeates did not proceed Friday morning after the judge rejected her guilty plea from March.

Uzbek man convicted of terror-related charges drops appeal

Fazliddin Kurbanov

An Uzbek refugee sentenced to 25 years in prison after being convicted of a plan to kill military personnel or civilians in Idaho has dropped an appeal of his conviction and sentence in exchange for dismissal of bomb-making charges in Utah.

Body of apparent drowning victim found near Twin Falls

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Searchers have recovered the body of a 22-year-old man who drowned in the Snake River near Twin Falls.

Fort Hall woman sentenced for assaulting an officer

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Demetres Ish was sentenced to seven months in prison for assaulting an officer during her arrest in March.

U.S. Attorney issues statement on assault of Twin Falls 5-year-old

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The Unites States Attorney's Office is responding to the situation surrounding the case of a five-year-old victim of assault in Twin Falls.

Pocatello police chief meets with LGBT community

The Pocatello police chief met with members of the LGBT community Thursday night in an effort to build community relationships.

Online drug poses risk to Southeastern Idaho

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An online drug could pose a risk to Southeastern Idaho.

Greenway Foundation celebrates trail expansion

The Portneuf Greenway Foundation and the friends of the Parrish Family will be holding a short ceremony for the newest section of the Portneuf Greenway.

Important parking information for the 4th of July in Idaho Falls

As the 4th of July gets closer the Idaho Falls Police Department is getting ready for the crowds and the large number of cars that will make their way to town to see the fireworks.

Phil Meador Subaru donates $10K to charity

On Thursday evening, Phil Meador Subaru in Pocatello donated $10K to My Brother’s Table, a local charity in town.

Local law officials react to SCOTUS allowing illegal evidence in court

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Illegally obtained evidence can now be used in court. The U.S. Supreme Court came to this ruling on Monday with a 5-to-3 decision. This ruling was based on a case called Utah v. Strieff.

Update: Missing 9-year-old found safe

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Update: Pocatello Police say the missing boy was found safe. Police say he was south of town when he flagged down a car and told them he was lost. A Bannock County Deputy picked up the boy and returned him home.

Utah officials react to Supreme Court immigration deadlock

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Utah Republican officials are applauding a divided decision from the U.S. Supreme Court blocking President Barack Obama's plan to shield millions of immigrants in the U.S. illegally from deportation.

Mormon missionary serving in Venezuela killed in car crash

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says a Mormon missionary serving in Venezuela has been killed in a traffic accident.

Property search of missing toddler's family members conducted

Update: Bonneville County Sheriff's Office has issued a statement on their involvement with the recent searched for DeOrr Kunz Jr.

Routes and trails for you

Routes and trails for you

The Bureau of Land Management is asking for the public's input on its proposed travel management planning process, and the meeting will be held Thursday night.

Agency hopes apps will keep drones away from wildfires


Federal authorities are seeking a high-tech solution for the increasing problem of hobby drones flying over active wildfires and endangering airplane and helicopter pilots trying to put out blazes.

Illegal alien sentenced to 30 months for threatening people with gun

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Juan Carlos Sepulveda-Castro, 31, a citizen of Mexico, was sentenced Wednesday to 30 months in prison for threatening several people with a gun in December of 2015.

GOP presidential primary cost state $1.9 million

Idaho's Republican presidential primary election cost taxpayers $1.9 million this year, coming in just slightly under what state officials originally estimated.

Idaho reminds paddleboard operators to have safety gear

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The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is reminding paddleboard users that the increasingly popular crafts are considered vessels when operated outside of marked swimming areas and are required to have safety equipment.

State: UI does not have OK for booze while tailgating

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The Idaho State Board of Education says the University of Idaho does not have permission to allow alcohol at tailgating events even though the college has been doing so for years.

1st edition Book of Mormon sells for $52,500 at NYC auction

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A first edition of The Book of Mormon printed in the upstate New York town linked to Joseph Smith's establishment of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has sold at auction for more than $50,000.

FBI issues wanted poster for Lyle Jeffs

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The FBI has issued a wanted poster for polygamous sect leader Lyle Jeffs after he fled home confinement pending trial on charges in an alleged multimillion-dollar food stamp fraud scheme.

Pocatello moms warn community to keep eyes on children

Nikki Green said a man was acting suspiciously near her daughter while she was playing outside.

Police warn about dangerous synthetic opioid


Pocatello Police warn a dangerous synthetic opioid called U-47700 is readily available in eastern Idaho.

Private investigation team, cadaver dog search for missing toddler...

Klein Investigations and Consulting searched around Leadore, Idaho for DeOrr Kunz Jr. Wednesday.

Telephone scammers continue to target Idaho residents

According to a press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Idaho, there have been callers in Idaho, claiming to be a Deputy U.S. Marshal threatening residents with a federal arrest warrant.

Kid count survey shows Idaho has low percentage of kids in preschool

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A 2016 kid count survey shows Idaho has a low percentage of kids in preschool. Education specialists say this could leave them at a disadvantage.

Farmers in Jefferson County see tax increase

Farmers in Jefferson County are seeing a tax increase

Agricultural property values in Jefferson County have skyrocketed this year, and farmers are questioning the new formula that the county is using to determine property value.

D93 held meeting to discuss renewal of supplemental levy

Bonneville School District 93 board members held a 'special meeting' on Wednesday to discuss renewing the supplemental levy.

Update: Man arrested for grand theft, resisting arrest

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An Idaho Falls man was arrested by Idaho Falls Police after he illegally entered a woman's home and she held him at gunpoint until she could back out of the home.

Fort Hall man sentenced to 33 months for assaulting officer

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Lyle Plentywounds, Sr., 60, of Fort Hall, Idaho, was sentenced today to a total of 33 months in prison for assault on an officer and for a violation of his supervised release on a previous case.

Law to track cancer clusters named after Idaho survivor

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President Barack Obama has signed legislation that includes a provision intended to document childhood and adult cancer clusters nationwide and is named after a Boise man who survived brain cancer.

Utah's new K-9 officer can sniff out devices carrying porn

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Police in northern Utah have a new K-9 officer trained to sniff out devices that could contain child pornography.

Update: Bear Lake County circus confirmed to not be a scam

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Update: The Bear Lake County Sheriff's office has confirmed after some confusion that a legitimate circus will be held at the county fairgrounds in Montpelier this weekend.

Idaho hot springs shut down to protect health, safety

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An Idaho recreation spot known as the Skinny Dipper Hot Springs has been closed down by federal officials.

Dalai Lama encourages Utah crowd to build peace

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The Latest on the Dalai Lama speaking at the University of Utah.

Families of boys involved in assault of 5-year-old served eviction notice

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TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KIVI)- A Twin Falls apartment complex has confirmed to 6 On Your Side that they are evicting the families of three boys involved in the alleged sexual assault of a 5-year-old girl.

Department of Interior distributes county payments


The U.S. Department of Interior will pay $451.6 million to 1,900 local governments across the country under its 2016 Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program.


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