Hundreds walk 'out of the darkness' in Pocatello

Hundreds walk out of the darkness in Pocatello

The rain did not stop about 300 people from walking the city's streets Saturday to bring more awareness to the issue of suicide.

Monday marks start of 100 deadliest days of driving

Monday marks start of 100 deadliest days of driving

Local News 8 dug through crash data to reveal that the majority of fatal accidents in eastern Idaho occur between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

Wyoming says it can still pursue death penalty for convicted murderer

Dale Wayne Eaton

Lawyers for the state of Wyoming and a man convicted of murder disagree over whether the state may again seek the death penalty against him.

Thousands attend 60th Fisherman's Breakfast

60th Fisherman s Breakfast

Saint Anthony held its 60th Fisherman's Breakfast Friday.

2 hurt in I-15 crash

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Two people were hospitalized in a one-vehicle crash on Interstate 15 north of Blackfoot on Friday afternoon.

Plane hits Aberdeen power lines

Crews repair power line

The Bingham County Sheriff's Office has identified the pilot of a crop-duster that caused a day-long power outage. The airplane's wheels clipped power lines near a substation north of Abedeen at around 8 a.m. Friday.

Plague in SW Idaho ground squirrels prompts health warning

Plague warning

Idaho health officials say ground squirrels south of Boise have tested positive for plague and that humans and pets should avoid the area.

More than 6,800 crosses honor veterans

More than 6,800 crosses are currently on display at Pocatello's Field of Heroes Memorial on the Century High School grounds.

Father in Amber Alert charged

Joshua Reavis

An Idaho man who took his children and triggered an Amber Alert on Wednesday has been formally charged.

Wyo. medical marijuana supporters hopeful for 2016 ballot measure

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Wyoming's medical marijuana supporters believe they're only a few steps away from getting the issue on the November 2016 ballot.

Idaho unemployment remains at 7-year low at 3.8 percent

Idaho's unemployment rate remained at a seven-year low of 3.8 percent in April.

Wyoming Oil & Gas Fair moves from Jackson to Casper

Wyoming Oil & Gas Fair

After 18 years in the Teton Mountains near Jackson, the Wyoming Oil and Gas Fair is moving to Casper.

Bonneville school bond closer than thought

District 93 to move to split sessions after failed bond

A tight general obligation bond election in Bonneville school district 93 was even tighter than originally thought.

Idaho Falls home burns for training

Idaho Falls training fire

An Idaho Falls house donated to the fire department burned Thursday.

Company uses drones to help farmers

Company uses drones to help farmers

An Idaho-grown company is using drones to make it easier for farmers to monitor their crops.

Charges conditionally dismissed in girl's shooting death

Man and woman charged in girl s accidental shooting death

The Chubbuck couple charged in the accidental shooting death of a 5-year-old girl last summer has reached a deferred prosecution agreement with prosecutors.

FMC site cleanup underway; some still fear radiation

FMC site cleanup underway some still fear radiation

An Environmental Protection Agency-ordered cleanup at Power County's former FMC site is well underway.

Judge dismisses case filed by Tapp

Christopher Tapp

Seventh District Judge Joel Tingey has dismissed a civil case filed by convicted murderer Christopher Tapp. 

Fiery I-15 crash near Malad blocks traffic

Traffic on Interstate 15 was blocked north of Malad after an accident involving a deer, a car and a truck Thursday morning.

State Supreme Court upholds ruling favoring Broulim's

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The Idaho Supreme Court rejected a man's personal injury lawsuit against Broulim's Supermarket.

Health provider offers free screenings to veterans

In celebration of Memorial Day, a Pocatello health provider offered free screenings to local veterans this week.

Pocatello police ask for help in finding missing teen

Day Witt

Pocatello police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing teen.

LDS stance unclear in proposal to lift ban on gay adults in Scouting

Boy Scouts of America

After Robert Gates, the president of the Boy Scouts of America, called for the organization to end its ban on gay adults Thursday, the LDS church released a statement saying it would monitor the issue.

Second man caught in Grand Teton avalanche dies

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A second Jackson Hole man has died of injuries suffered in an avalanche in northwest Wyoming.

Man pleads not guilty in triple murder

Severo Luera Jr. pleads not guilty

A man pleaded not guilty Tuesday in connection with the deaths of three people in Oneida County.


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