Southeastern Idaho Public Health reported 153 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 in Southeast Idaho on Saturday.
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IDAHO FALLS — A Blackfoot man was arrested on Nov. 21 after he reportedly punched an Idaho Falls Police Department officer.
If you’ve thought that fishing has been good for trout on the South Fork of the Snake River this year, a recent survey helps to explain why: The fish numbers are at record levels.
An Inkom fly fisherman with a knack for catching big fish has done it again.
POCATELLO — Two entrepreneurs who had a restaurant in the New York area moved to Pocatello recently to open the Tokyo Belly Sushi restaurant.
The long-whispered-about purchase of the South Fork Lodge in Swan Valley was completed this summer.
BOISE — Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin on Tuesday touted a proposal she’s crafted to funnel millions of the state’s CARES Act funds to a Nevada company for technology including “walk-through disinfectant cubes” to be installed at the state Capitol.
A 13-year-old boy was killed Saturday near Rexburg after he was run over by the tractor he had been driving.
POCATELLO — After tripling what was raised last year, the Pocatello Police Department on Wednesday presented the Eastern Idaho Foodbank in Pocatello with a $10,000 check to wrap up its 2020 "Give the Cops a Bird" turkey drive.
IDAHO FALLS — The CEO of Melaleuca is leading fundraising in Idaho in an effort to keep a Republican majority in the U.S. Senate.
- COVID: Fears grow over Inland Northwest hospital capacity
- Plan released to reduce massive wildfires in US West
- Plan would turn Idaho Falls drive-in theatre into RV resort
- Health clinic owner charged with theft of Medicaid funds
- Americans risk traveling over Thanksgiving despite warnings
- Police: Suspect in Idaho woman's death has killed himself
Let’s start with the good news of the weekend for Idaho State men’s basketball. It played all three of its games as scheduled. Woo-hoo! Forget a championship, that is seemingly the most elusive feat in sports right now. Only thing is, none of those games were pretty. Read more
Check out photos from Nathan Acopa's, also known as Doggface208, meet and greet at Lion Heart Mixed Martial Arts Studio on Saturday.
Without starting quarterback Hank Bachmeier, Boise State faltered against the BYU Cougars in a stunning 51-17 home loss, their first of the shortened, 8-game season.