Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25 held a meeting with local legislators to talk about district-specific issues as the next legislative session looms.
A military vet and his dog are recovering after escaping a house fire in Dubois.
Cold weather can lead to frozen pipes, and that can be a pricey mess if they break.
The Rexburg Police Department is looking for information to catch those responsible for a string of vandalism.
So far, about 80 people have signed the petition and just over 150 signatures are needed for the recall election to happen.
People don't just share time with family this time of year.
The group is hoping to lower sales tax by one percent and require other services to have a sales tax.
National Adoption Month focuses on the need for adoptive families.
Officials with Idaho's solar energy industry are encouraging lawmakers to include solar projects in a production tax currently granted to other forms of renewable energy developers.
A woman and her two dogs have been rescued from the icy waters of Mantua Reservoir in northern Utah.
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission have approved that state's fishing rules for the next three seasons.
Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Caldwell that sent one person to the hospital.
Salt Lake Comic Con organizers say they have made progress in a name-trademark dispute that all hinges on a hyphen.
It used to be biologist Phil Groves' job to assess fish population from a helicopter as it flew down Idaho's Snake River, but technology has changed that.
Eastern Idaho lawmakers respond to Governor Otter's letter to President Obama concerning Syrian refugees.
Utah couple brings light park to Idaho Falls.
The Idaho Falls Light Parade has returned to Memorial Drive.
Decking the halls in your home can surely add to the holiday cheer, but it can also be a safety hazard if not properly maintained.
The League of Women Voters of Idaho is launching a ballot initiative drive to lower Idaho's sales tax from 6 percent to 5 percent.
After Mayor Brian Blad signed a proclamation Thursday at the City Council meeting, he has urged residents to support local small businesses in Pocatello.
This year the city of Blackfoot wants to raise over $25,000 through that program. But to do that, more volunteers are needed.
The Idaho Department of Correction is looking for an offender who walked away from his job at the Treasure Valley Community Reentry Center in Garden City.
The holidays can be incredibly stressful, which is why it's important to unwind and focus on what's going on at the time.
A housekeeper at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center's Behavioral Health Center got the thanksgiving surprise of a lifetime this week.
Pocatello can finally ring in the Christmas season with the Night of 1,000 Santas Festival happening in Old Town Pocatello.
J.R. Simplot's Don Plant in Pocatello and ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston's American Falls plant are among six that won 2015 Idaho Awards for Leadership in Industrial Energy Efficiency.
Mountain View Hospital in Idaho Falls may not be the biggest, but a new robot they got is putting them in the same league as the Huntsman Cancer Institute and the Mayo Clinic.
The president of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is among those questioning a plan to limit traffic on a road into Grand Teton National Park.
Police have concluded a search of the Utah Avenue Walmart store after the store received a recorded bomb threat Friday afternoon.
A south-central Idaho school district says underestimated costs mean a $37 million construction bond approved by voters last spring is $15 million below what's needed.
State officials say they're trying to find out who illegally shot and killed a cow elk in eastern Idaho.
Some waited for deals at the sporting goods store since Wednesday.
The city of Logan is trying to save trees with new flexible sidewalks.
A group called "Missing Warrior Alert" is attempting to locate a U.S. Marine who may have last been seen in Dubois, Idaho.
Idaho State Police said several injury accidents marred the Thanksgiving holiday on Interstate 15, including one that involved five other vehicles.
Cold start to the morning.
Even though they fall in the Medicaid gap, one family says Idaho shouldn't expand the coverage.
On this Thanksgiving Day, 90,000 people in Idaho are grateful for having health insurance for the first time in their lives. However, Your Health Idaho says 78,000 people still do not qualify.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas on this heavily snowy Thanksgiving Day. After many vehicle accidents have been reported by Idaho State Police on the highways, what are the plans for people on travel and the traditions of the holiday?
Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter says he's waiving inspection fees for state electrical, plumbing and HVAC permits for buildings damaged by wildfires in northern Idaho.
Last chance to see Museum of Idaho exhibition showing what life was really like as a pirate.
An omnichannel shopper is a shopper who shops through different channels, like the Internet, smartphones and going to the physical store.
Getting a CT scan at the Lost Rivers Medical Center in Arco hasn’t been easy. Patients either had to be taken outside to a trailer or sent somewhere else.
Icy roads across eastern Idaho are making traveling difficult on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas everywhere you go in Southeastern Idaho. That's why the transportation dept. is ready to keep our roads safe for travel this holiday season.
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