Woman dies in Bingham County accident

One woman has died in an auto accident on highway 26 west of Moreland Wednesday evening.

Most at ISU favor possible tuition freeze

Most at ISU favor possible tuition freeze

An Idaho Senate panel introduced legislation Tuesday proposing to freeze college and university tuition for incoming freshman.

Pay It Forward: Foster grandparents tutoring

Pay It Forward Foster grandparents tutoring

If you are 55 or older and want to share your life experience and compassion, you already have what it takes to be a foster grandparent and help tutor young students in school.

District 93 discusses school revisions

District 93 discusses school revisions

District 93 continues to work on building a new high school to deal with overcrowding.

31 train cars derail, spill soda ash near American Falls

Train derailment near American Falls 2-10-16

Power County Sheriff's office is responding to a train derailment 100 yards west of Fish Hatchery Road near American Falls.

Chubbuck police searching for armed robbery suspects

Surveillance photos of suspected armed robbers

Chubbuck police are looking for two suspects involved in an armed robbery early Wednesday Morning. 

Pocatello hosts Youth in Government Day

Local high school students participated in Pocatello's youth in government program where they get a chance to see how parts of the city operate.

Kids are saying 'eureka' to Science

Kids are saying 'eureka' to Science

Mountain Valley Elementary School has dedicated an entire week to science.

Idaho's House wants to cap homeowner's tax exemption

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The Idaho House passed a bill Tuesday that would have a major impact on your property taxes.

Update: Two arrested after ramming into deputy patrol car

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Update: Two men were arrested after they failed to stop when a Bonneville County Deputy attempted to pull them over. After failing to yield they rammed into the deputy's car.

Thornton interchange construction to begin

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The Idaho Transportation Department says construction of the Thornton Interchange overpass on U.S. Highway 20 will begin in March.

Idaho snowpack above average in much of state this winter

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Experts say Idaho's winter snowpack is looking good but continued cold is needed to keep it in place and a few more snowstorms wouldn't hurt.

Gender-neutral bill introduced in Idaho Statehouse

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Two Idaho Democratic female lawmakers say the Idaho code isn't just for men.

Rigby man pleads guilty to bankruptcy fraud

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Kim Thompson, 49, of Rigby, Idaho, pleaded guilty today in United States District Court to bankruptcy fraud, U.S. Attorney Wendy J. Olson announced. Thompson was charged by the U.S. Attorney’s Office on January 15, 2016.

Burley man pleads guilty to possessing and distributing child porn

The U.S. Attorney's office announced Wednesday that Danny Henderson, 42, of Burley, Idaho, has pleaded guilty to possessing and distributing child pornography.

Senate panel introduces tuition lock proposal

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An Idaho Senate panel has introduced legislation that would freeze college and university tuition for incoming freshman so they would pay the same rate for at least four academic years.

Idaho lawmaker panel backs ban on local minimum wage hikes

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An Idaho legislative panel has introduced a proposal that would ban local municipalities from raising the minimum wage.

Low vaccination rates put Utah schools at risk of outbreaks

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Experts say Utah's schools are at risk of losing herd immunity, the protection a community gains when most members are vaccinated against an infectious disease.

Idaho panel backs measure requiring campaign finance reports

A Legislative panel has introduced a measure that would require all Idaho state candidates and people pushing ballot initiatives to file campaign finance reports.

Man angry about missing birth pleads guilty to bomb threat

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A Utah man accused of calling in a hospital bomb threat because he was upset he couldn't attend his child's birth has pleaded guilty to a federal charge.

Bill to teach students to avoid picking up guns advances

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Utah's Senate has given preliminary approval to a plan offering optional training to middle school students on what to do if they encounter a weapon or if a gunman enters their school.

Madison Co. Fire losing valuable asset with BYU-I program closure

No more interns at Madison County Fire Department

The scheduled closure of Brigham Young University's paramedic program brings with it the end of a valuable partnership between the university and the Madison County Fire Department. 

Wolf board refuses to answer Idaho lawmaker's question

Wolves Now Under State Management

An Idaho board in charge of killing problem wolves kept information from a state senator during a recent budget hearing.

Blackfoot man hurt in rollover crash

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A Blackfoot man was hospitalized at around 6:35 a.m. Wednesday after his 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee crashed on US Highway 91 at Cemetery Road in Fort Hall.

Pocatello man rallies opposition to proposed cell tower

The tower would be owned by Verizon Wireless, rise 105 feet tall and resemble a pine tree.

Not everyone is in favor of a boat ramp

Not everyone's in favor for a boat ramp

Henry's Fork Watershed Council held a public meeting Tuesday discussing details on the proposed boat ramp project.

Update: Call service restored for AT&T users


Update: AT&T users are now able to make outbound calls again. The company said a routing issue led to the outage, technicians worked to solve the issue as quickly as possible. 

Students donate $2,500 to the Behavioral Crisis Center

Students donate 2 500 to the Behavioral Crisis Center

Students of the Compass Academy are doing their part to help raise awareness about mental illness. Today they donated $2,500 to the Behavioral Health Crisis Center.

Landowners fight Gateway power line

Landowners from Cassia and Power counties are trying to raise enough money to fight the power company to move the line to public ground.

Tanner Cox sentenced to prison for involuntary manslaughter

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Tanner Cox appeared in court today for sentencing after being found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. Judge Pickett sentenced Cox to 10 years in prison with a fixed term of two and half years.

Bergdahl case delayed over classified information dispute

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The U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals has temporarily halted the desertion case against Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who walked off an outpost in Afghanistan in 2009, while it considers a dispute between the sides about how to handle classified information.

Fort Hall man pleads guilty to manslaughter

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Joaquin Broncho, 19, of Fort Hall, Idaho, pleaded guilty today to voluntary manslaughter in United States District Court.

Idaho House OKs bill to end indexing of homeowner exemption

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The Idaho House has approved legislation to cap the state's homeowner property tax exemption.

Teton County Sheriff's Office assists in three rescues in one day

The Teton County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue team assisted with 3 different rescue efforts on Monday.

Idaho Legislature rejects new science standards

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Idaho lawmakers have rejected new K-12 science standards after receiving criticism over how the rules — which for the first time include global warming and evolution components— were finalized.

10 CSI students barred from graduating due to accreditation

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A group of College of Southern Idaho students are stuck in limbo after completing their physical therapist assistant classes, but being barred from graduating due to accreditation problems.

Grizzly bear numbers show jump in 2015 relocations

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A newly released report shows that the number of grizzly bear relocations in Wyoming in 2015 more than doubled from the previous year.

Idaho committee backs revision to rape statute

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An Idaho panel has introduced a measure that would revise the state's rape statute in part to include gender neutral language, rendering the law the same for both men and women.

Bill would give unused medication donations to those in need


A Utah lawmaker is sponsoring a bill that would donate unused prescription drugs to people in need.

Eastern Idaho brings in federal prosecutor to cut court costs

A federal prosecutor is partnering with Pocatello-area law enforcement personnel to help tackle some of the high risk offenders in the area.

Idaho Falls looking to bring more residential units to downtown

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Downtown Idaho Falls will be getting a little bit busier in the coming years as the city brings in more residential options. 

Pocatello Regional Transit proposes route changes

The Pocatello Regional Transit is proposing a few changes to their system and they're asking for the community's feedback.

Students get ready to ring in the Year of the Monkey

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Students at South Fork Elementary School are getting ready to ring in the Chinese New Year.

Idaho Falls Fire Department responds to apartment fire

Apartment fire on Ashment 2-8-16

The Idaho Falls Fire Department responded to a small apartment fire Monday afternoon.


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