Legislators respond to refugee issues

Legislators respond to refugee issues

Eastern Idaho lawmakers respond to Governor Otter's letter to President Obama concerning Syrian refugees.

Festival of Lights in Freeman Park

Utah couple brings light park to Idaho Falls.

Return of Light Parade

The Idaho Falls Light Parade has returned to Memorial Drive.

Water your Christmas tree to help prevent fires

Water your Christmas tree to help prevent fires

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.

Group pushes to lower Idaho's sales tax

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.

Small Business Saturday looking to keep up economy

After Mayor Brian Blad signed a proclamation Thursday at the City Council meeting, he has urged residents to support local small businesses in Pocatello. 

Blackfoot needs more Salvation Army bell ringers

Blackfoot needs more Salvation Army bell ringers

This year the city of Blackfoot wants to raise over $25,000 through that program. But to do that, more volunteers are needed.

UPDATE: Prisoner found after walking away from Treasure Valley...

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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.

Woman gets holiday surprise

Woman gets holiday surprise

A housekeeper at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center's Behavioral Health Center got the thanksgiving surprise of a lifetime this week.

Pocatello kicks off Christmas season with a 1,000 santas

Pocatello can finally ring in the Christmas season with the Night of 1,000 Santas Festival happening in Old Town Pocatello.

Holiday Stress: how to stay calm during hectic times

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The holidays can be incredibly stressful, which is why it's important to unwind and focus on what's going on at the time. 

Two southeastern Idaho facilities recognized for energy conservation

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,

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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.

Ski resort president questions Grand Teton road plan


The president of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is among those questioning a plan to limit traffic on a road into Grand Teton National Park.

Idaho Falls Walmart responds to threat

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Police have concluded a search of the Utah Avenue Walmart store after the store received a recorded bomb threat Friday afternoon.

Southern Idaho school district discovers bond is $15 million short

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 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.

Idaho Fish and Game seek information after eastern Idaho elk poached

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State officials say they're trying to find out who illegally shot and killed a cow elk in eastern Idaho.

Black Friday shoppers brave cold for deals at Cabela's

Black Friday shoppers brave cold for deals at Cabela s

Some waited for deals at the sporting goods store since Wednesday.

Logan trying to save trees with new flexible sidewalks

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The city of Logan is trying to save trees with new flexible sidewalks.

Missing Marine was spotted in Dubois last summer

Surveillance photo of marine at Dubois rest stop

A group called "Missing Warrior Alert" is attempting to locate a U.S. Marine who may have last been seen in Dubois, Idaho.

Chain reaction crashes delay Thanksgiving travel on I-15

Accident on I-15 at mile marker 84

Idaho State Police said several injury accidents marred the Thanksgiving holiday on Interstate 15, including one that involved five other vehicles.

First Alert Weather

First Alert Weather

Cold start to the morning.

Family in Medicaid gap says Idaho shouldn't expand its coverage

Family in Medicaid gap says Idaho shouldn t expand its cover

Even though they fall in the Medicaid gap, one family says Idaho shouldn't expand the coverage.

Stuck in the medical insurance gap

Stuck in the medical insurance gap

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. 

Thanksgiving food and travel in the snow

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?

Otter: State fees waived in wildfire rebuilding efforts

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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.

Pirate exhibition ends Saturday

Pirate exhibit coming to an end

Last chance to see Museum of Idaho exhibition showing what life was really like as a pirate.

Stores adapt Black Friday strategies for 'omnichannel shoppers'

Stores adapt Black Friday strategies for omnichannel shoppe

An omnichannel shopper is a shopper who shops through different channels, like the Internet, smartphones and going to the physical store.

Lost Rivers Medical Center gets big upgrade

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.

Snow and ice cause accidents on I-15

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Icy roads across eastern Idaho are making traveling difficult on one of the busiest travel days of the year.

Idaho Transportation Dept. ready for snow storms

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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. 

BBB offers advice to avoid online sales scams

It's that time of the year we're all looking for the best deals. It's also a prime time for scammers. The Better Business Bureau wants shoppers to be on the lookout for online scams.

Race to Feed the Hungry

Race to Feed the Hungry

Some in Idaho Falls will be getting up early on Thanksgiving to participate in the 'Race to Feed the Hungry.'

I-15 crash that killed a child under investigation

Accident on I-15 near Ft. Hall

A head-on crash involving a semi-truck and a pickup near milepost 82 on Interstate 15 claimed the life of one child and injured a woman and three other children.

Ex-elk ranch employee charged with stealing elk semen

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A former employee of a Twin Falls elk ranch has been accused of stealing elk semen and artificially inseminating elk at another ranch.

Idaho officials OK implementation of sage grouse plan


Idaho officials have approved implementing the state's plan to protect habitat for greater sage grouse on endowment lands.

Two men arrested after Pocatello fight

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Two men are in jail after a disturbance at 335 W. Buelll in Pocatello.

"Pickleball" on the rise in Pocatello

A sport that looks like tennis combined with racket ball, is becoming more popular in Pocatello, said Fitness Inc. Owner, Bill Davis. Davis is responding to the increasing trend by opening up seven more pickle ball courts in his gym.

Transition Center to close in Bingham County

Transition Center to close in Bingham County

The Bingham County Residential Transition Center will be closing. This comes after the insurance carrier for the county will be excluding the RTC from its liability coverage. 

The Idaho Falls police department has released its 2014 crime report.

Property Crimes Up

The Idaho Falls police department has released its 2014 crime report.

Preparations for winter driving

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Idaho Transportation Department has been preparing for the winter season for months.

Idaho officials approve payment in same-sex marriage case

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The Idaho Board of Examiners has approved spending about $34,500 from the state's Constitutional Defense Fund to pay attorney fees and court costs involving the state's losing legal battle over a ban on same-sex marriage.

19 people in 7 states ill in E. coli outbreak tied to Costco


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 19 people in seven states have contracted E. coli in an outbreak linked to Costco chicken salad.

Jackson man killed attempting to cross Highway 89

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A Jackson man was killed while walking across US Highway 89 near milepost 149, approximately one mile south of Jackson, at 6 p.m. Monday.

Update: Families in Pocatello believe dogs were stolen

Families in Pocatello believe dogs were stolen

The Cashmore and Pray families have been reunited with their dogs.


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