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Air Methods opens year-round medical air base at West Yellowstone

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Air Methods has announced its seasonal air medical helicopter base began year-round operations May 23.

Two cited for cruelty to animals in Bannock County

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The Bannock County Prosecutor's office says two people have been cited for cruelty to animals as part of the investigation of abused horses at the Bannock County Fairgrounds.

Idaho Falls makes Playful City USA list for second year

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Idaho Falls made the list as one of the most playful cities in the country for the second consecutive year.

Madison County Committeeman position decided by coin flip

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It took a coin flip to determine who would be the Precinct 3 Republican Committeeman in Madison County.

Governor Otter declares May "Wildfire Awareness Month"

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Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter declared May “Wildfire Awareness Month” Tuesday as Idahoans prepare to flock to the forests for the Memorial Day holiday weekend – marking the unofficial start of summer with rising temperatures and increasing wildfire risks.

Fort Hall woman pleads guilty to assaulting a federal officer

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According to U.S. Attorney Wendy J. Olson Somber March, 30, of Fort Hall, Idaho, pleaded guilty to the crime Tuesday.

Off-track Yellowstone visitors not being pursued

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U.S. authorities say they will not try to force four men accused of walking onto a sensitive hot spring at Yellowstone National Park to return from their homes in Canada for prosecution.

Polygamous food stamp fraud trial pushed back to October

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A trial for members of a polygamous sect accused of orchestrating a multimillion-dollar food stamp fraud scheme will be delayed until October.

Group hopes to make Craters of the Moon a national park

Coalition continues still seeking status change for Craters of the Moon

A coalition in southern Idaho hopes to turn Craters of the Moon National Monument into Idaho's first national park.

Pedestrian dies after being hit by vehicle at Yellowstone National Park

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A Texas woman was killed after she was hit by a passing vehicle in Yellowstone National Park on May 18.

Idaho Fish and Game investigates bald eagle killing

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The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is investigating the shooting of an adult bald eagle.

Wyoming unemployment rate rises to 5.5 percent

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The Wyoming unemployment rate rose to 5.5 percent in April, up three tenths of a percent from March.

Idaho Falls City Council looking at expanding fiber optic network

Idaho Falls looking into expanding its fiber optic network

Fiber optic internet could soon be available to residence. 

Healthy public pool practices

Pool season is around the corner, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning people before jumping in.

Hotels see big spike in business

Hotels see big spike in business

Tourism season is just barely beginning and the hotels in the region are already breaking records.

Popeye's opens in Chubbuck

A new Popeye's restaurant opened in Chubbuck Monday morning.

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Co-founders of the Sandy Hook Promise, Nicole Hockey and Mark Barden, honor the Madison Youth Group for promoting an inclusive and connected community. The Madison Youth Group takes second place in the national award Monday.

Sheriff's office wraps up 3 day search for DeOrr Kunz, Jr

Parents of DeOrr Kunz named as suspects in missing toddler case

The Lemhi County Sheriff's Office has wrapped up a new search for evidence in the DeOrr Kunz, Jr case at the Timber Creek area of Lemhi County.

Fugitive doctor arrested in Idaho

Rafael L. Beier

The FBI has captured fugitive Idaho doctor Rafael W. Beier, who has been on the run since failing to appear in court for his verdict reading last week.

Archaeologist: Site of Bear River Massacre pinpointed

An archaeologist says the exact location of the Bear River Massacre in eastern Idaho has been determined.

Photo exhibit shows Yellowstone changes over 140 years

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An upcoming exhibit at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole will show how Yellowstone National Park has changed over more than 140 years.

Wyoming sheriff searching for weapons in Utah case

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A Wyoming sheriff says the father and son accused of kidnapping in Utah may have left weapons in his state, where the pair was arrested after a five-day manhunt.

Jackson antler auction nets over $175,000

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The National Elk Refuge reports 11,512 pounds of antlers were sold at the 49th annual Boy Scout Elk Antler Auction in Jackson last weekend.

Pocatello man arrested for kidnapping Blackfoot woman

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Pocatello Police have arrested a man for kidnapping a woman and stealing a vehicle.

Idaho Falls man arrested for attempted strangulation

Dennis P. Wanstreet, Jr.

The Idaho Falls police have arrested 26-year-old Dennis P. Wanstreet, Jr., for attempting to strangle a woman.

Star Valley man beats odds while making beard oil

A Star Valley man turned a profit on his beard oil business

A Star Valley man turned a profit on his beard oil business within six months.

Food subscriptions gain popularity

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Locals try out a food subscription program.

BACA provides support for Idaho

Bikers Against Child Abuse complete 100 mile ride.

Pocatello man's brother finally released from Congo jail

A pocatello man's brother was finally released from a Congo jail.

Knitted caps get delivered

Knitted caps get delivered

A student at Compass Academy has accomplished his senior project getting 106 caps knitted for cancer patients.

IFPD looking for suspect in armed robbery

The Idaho Falls Police Department is trying to identify a man who robbed a convenience store early Sunday morning.

Thousands of antlers line Jackson's Town Square for Elkfest

Elkfest is the place to be for those who want to find a special pair of antlers. The Jackson tradition hosts the largest collection of antlers for sale at a single location.

Nearly 176,000 Idahoans expected to hit the road Memorial Day weekend

Nearly 176 000 Idahoans expected to hit the road Memorial Da

More than 38 million Americans are expected to travel Memorial Day weekend. Nearly 34 million of those will be driving, according to AAA.

Reducing long lines by going to regional airports

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Large airports across the country are struggling with long lines and waits but travel through Pocatello Regional Airport flows smoothly.

Student music video pleads for new playground

Midway Elementary School students in Menan are making a plea for donations for a new playground.

Fiber optics into Ammon homes optional

Ammon is paving the way for a new method in financing fiber optics into homes. This "opt in, opt out" model is setting a historic example for the rest of the country.

Utah lawmaker wants opt-in requirement for porn

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The Utah lawmaker who led the charge in an anti-porn crusade is gearing up to introduce a handful of bills during next year's legislative session designed to heavily restrict access to pornography across the state.

DOE unlikely to meet deadline for startup of waste treatment facility

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The U.S. Department of Energy announced today that it is unlikely to meet the deadline for the start of waste treatment at the Integrated Waste Treatment Unit at the Idaho National Laboratory Site. 

Sunglasses, wide-brim hats approved for Mormon missionaries

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Mormon leaders are giving their young missionaries some help for those long walks beneath the blazing sun.

Idaho unemployment rate drops to 3.7 percent

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State officials say Idaho's unemployment rate in April dropped a tenth of a percent to 3.7 percent.

BYU launches sexual assault policy feedback website

Brigham Young University has launched a new website for people to provide feedback on the school's sexual assault policy.

Wildlife feeding site to remain in use despite elk deaths

State officials apologized for poor oversight of a wildlife feeding site in central Idaho where dozens of elk, mostly calves, died last winter and say that improvements will be made.

Update: Speed a factor in accident that killed 15-year-old

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UPDATE: Detective Sam Tower with the Jefferson County Sheriff's office confirmed today that speed was a factor in the accident that killed 15-year-old Charity Dunkley earlier this week.

Bonneville County Clerk Ron Longmore announces retirement

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After nearly four decades of service, Bonneville County Clerk Ron Longmore is retiring. He announced his leave among fellow commissioners in a press conference Thursday.

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