AMBER ALERT: Spokane Teen missing

AMBER ALERT: Kiera Inman

Spokane Police said Kiera Inman may be with Zachary Jones, 30, of Newport News, Virgina. 

Teacher Appreciation Week underway

Teacher Appreciation Week underway

Students across eastern Idaho are celebrating their teachers for Teacher Appreciation Week.

Pocatello police receive more calls about stolen vehicles

Pocatello police receive more calls about stolen vehicles

Idaho state brand inspector resigns after criminal charges are filed

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The Idaho State Brand Inspector has accepted the resignation of brand inspector Justin Archer, 32 of Kimberly, following the filing of criminal charges by the Jerome County Sheriff's Office.

Can't find your way around Idaho Falls?

City leaders gather Monday to launch their city-wide Signage Program.

Free vaccines offered in wake of increased number of pertussis cases

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After noticing a recent increase in the number of pertussis, or whooping cough, cases in Teton County, Teton County Pubic Health Department will be offering free vaccines to adults without insurance.

Jackson firefighters douse a second residential fire

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Jackson Hole Fire-EMS firefighters put out the town's second residential fire in a week Friday.

EIPH bringing awareness to childern's mental health issues

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Eastern Idaho has the highest number of child suicides in the state, according to the Suicide Prevention Action Network.

Man points gun at Minivan

Eugene Denton

Bingham County Sheriff’s deputies are trying to find out why a man was pointing a gun at van Monday morning.

Campaign finance reform initiative submits 79,000 signatures

Supporters of a statewide effort seeking to amend Idaho's campaign finance laws have collected roughly 79,000 signatures with the hopes of getting their initiative on the November ballot.

Boise's LGBT liaison officer works to help community

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The Boise Police Department has appointed Idaho's first officer to act as a liaison with the LGBT community.

Wyoming bans aircraft for spotting during hunting season


The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has banned the practice of scouting for wildlife with a manned or unmanned aircraft during hunting season.

Attorney General announces termination of fantasy sports contests in Idaho

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Attorney General Lawrence Wasden says executives of two companies offering various paid Daily Fantasy Sports contests have agreed to quit providing those contests to consumers in Idaho.

Man arrested for shooting at Pocatello police is sentenced

Zachary Davis

Zachary Lee Davis, 24, was sentenced Monday in court to a total of 16 years fixed jail time and seven years indeterminate.

Foster Farms recalling chicken nuggets

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Foster Farms is recalling more than 220,000 pounds of its cooked frozen chicken nuggets distributed throughout the Western United States.

Man arrested for drug trafficking during investigation of baby's death

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While investigating the death of a seven-month-old baby, Idaho Falls Police arrested 55-year-old Dane R. Durrant for manufacturing a controlled substance and trafficking Marijuana on Sunday.

No postage stamp for Grand Teton National Park

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Cancel that stamp for Grand Teton National Park.

Ft. Hall man killed in two-car crash

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Anthony Jim Jr., 38, of Fort Hall was killed in a two vehicle crash at 10:49 p.m. Saturday.

Cinco De Mayo celebration in Pocatello helps with unity and diversity

The goal of the Cinco De Mayo celebration in Pocatello was to help with cultural unity and diversity.

Gas prices rising

Gas prices rising

If you've stopped for gas lately to fill up you've probably noticed a price increase.

Appeals ruling clears way for Bowe Bergdahl case to resume

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An appeals court has cleared the way for Bowe Bergdahl's legal case to resume by rejecting prosecutors' argument that defense attorneys were given too much leeway on classified documents.

Tribes say their business is prohibited by City of Pocatello

While Mayor Blad was hosting the Unity Rally Saturday at Idaho State University, he was also able to shed some light on a recent incident with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes.

SRAS celebrates Idaho Gives Day

A local group of families and animal lovers marched with cats and dogs to the four-legged anthem "Who Let the Dogs Out" to celebrate Idaho Gives Day.

Thousands of people unite as one at Unity Rally

Idaho State University in Pocatello brought everyone together Saturday afternoon as one. Mayor Brian Blad hosted a Unity Rally for the community to support that.

Two sent to hospital after crash near Blackfoot

The driver of a Pontiac Vibe was trying to cross onto the median on I-15 near milepost 95 when another driver slammed into the car.

Family speaks about losing loved one to heroin overdose

Family speaks after losing loved one to heroin

A local family is speaking about the deadly heroin epidemic sweeping our nation.

Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center helps test bear proof containers

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The Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center is helping make camping in bear country more safe by having their bears test bear proof containers.

Paris as Capital For a Day

Paris Capital For a Day

Gov. C. L. "Butch" Otter and many other state leaders made the trek to Bear Lake County.

New FBI data center would add 300 jobs in Pocatello

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington D.C. created a letter in February proposing the development of the expansion of the FBI center in Pocatello. A data center will be added and will bring in 300 new jobs as a result.

Tourist season expected to increase

Tourist season expected to increase

Last year, Yellowstone National Park saw a record-breaking season for visitors, and that really gave the local economy a boost. This year, it's expected to be even better.

Water mitigation plan passed

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The big water mitigation plan passed Wednesday, so there will not be an impact to your water use in Idaho Falls this year.

Fewer people going hungry in east Idaho

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Fewer people are going hungry according to a new study. "Map the Meal Gap" is the name of the study conducted by Feeding America, and it shows the food insecurity rate in east Idaho decreased from last year.

Man killed in Bingham County crash had stolen 3 vehicles that day

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According to the Bingham County Sheriff's office, the man killed in an accident Thursday morning was driving a stolen truck at the time. The truck was the third vehicle he had stolen that day.

Utah theater asks judge to block law in "Deadpool" case

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A Utah theater in trouble for serving booze during the movie "Deadpool" is asking a judge to block authorities from enforcing an obscenity law they say is so broad it would apply to Michelangelo's "David."

Chobani CEO heads to Twin Falls to announce employee shares

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Chobani's CEO visited a plant in Twin Falls to tell workers about the company's plan to give employees an ownership stake in the privately held company.

Police criticize BYU investigations into sex assault victims

Several Utah police officials are joining in calls to change Brigham Young University's practice of investigating students who have reported being sexually assaulted for violations of the school's strict code of behavior.

Families of Mormon missionaries being targeted in phone scam

A telephone scam is targeting grandparents of Mormon missionaries, asking for money to release their relatives from jail.

Grizzly bears in Grand Teton Park attract onlookers

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Grizzly bears wandering out in the open in Grand Teton National Park are drawing crowds of wildlife watchers, photographers and others seeking a glimpse — from a safe distance.

Police: SW Idaho man killed after pointing gun at deputies

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Authorities say two deputies responding to a 911 call at a southwest Idaho home shot and killed a 54-year-old man who pointed a handgun at them.

Feds seek to join suit against Idaho's public defense system

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The U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. District Attorney Wendy Olson are requesting to weigh in on a class-action lawsuit against Idaho's public defense system.

The effects of heroin and opioids in East Idaho

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Heroin and opioid addictions are being called a national epidemic, but the problem is hitting eastern Idaho just as hard.

Student speaks up about school bullying

Madison School District investigates hazing incident

Madison High School is under fire by one family for bullying that allegedly happened on a bus carrying the Bobcat baseball team.

Pocatello Rotary Club offers update on the local and national economy

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The Pocatello Rotary Club met for a meeting Thursday at the Red Lion Hotel. Senior Economist of Zion Bank, Robert Spendlove out of Salt Lake City was there to update the Gate City on where the economy stands locally and nationally.

ISU choir heads to England

The ISU chamber choir is headed to England.

Idaho Falls Police seek information on credit card fraud suspect

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The Idaho Falls Police Department is seeking community assistance in identifying a suspect who used stolen credit cards to purchase more than $9,000 in merchandise from several stores in Idaho Falls and Ammon.


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