POCATELLO — Authorities arrested a 33-year-old woman after she allegedly battered a health care worker on Tuesday.
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POCATELLO — Athletes from a composite team encompassing four area high schools have claimed the region’s first state championship in a competitive sport that’s relatively new to Idaho.
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Like hoisting an oversized stretcher, four strong men heaved the poles out of the giant bathtub sitting in a pickup bed, water poured from the stretcher sides, and huge fins thrashed.
BOISE — A 4th District Court judge has found the man accused of a Boise mass stabbing in June 2018 fit to stand trial, after months of closed court hearings and treatment.
JEROME — Police released few details Tuesday evening of a multi-county police chase that reached high speeds, went the wrong direction on Interstate 84 at times and ended with a dead suspect.
POCATELLO — A teenage girl from Pocatello has been reported missing.
POCATELLO — A local mother who was stabbed several times Saturday night has been stabilized but remains in critical condition at a Salt Lake City hospital as of Monday morning, according to the Pocatello Police Department.
POCATELLO — Charles Buck never shows up to a dialysis appointment without wearing his Oakland Raiders hat and sweatshirt and carrying a blanket featuring the National Football League team’s logo.
On Wednesday, October 16, 2019, at 7:48 p.m., Idaho State Police investigated a single vehicle crash northbound on Interstate 15 at mile marker 26.5, north of Malad.
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