POCATELLO — The city plans to apply for a $10,000 grant through the Ifft Foundation to help build a new paved trail connecting South First and South Second avenues, providing pedestrians a safer way to cross busy Benton Street.
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Gov. Brad Little signed the Wrongful Conviction Act on Friday, in the same courtroom where, 23 years ago, Christopher Tapp was sentenced for a crime he did not commit.
POCATELLO — The city of Pocatello Parks and Recreation Department is looking for the public’s thoughts on a proposal to create access points to the planned Pioneer Ridge Trail System.
BURLEY — Police say a man charged this week with the 2014 murder of his wife took out a $650,000 life insurance policy on her weeks before her death, staged a robbery and lured her home before putting a shotgun to her head.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A phosphate mining company has reached a toxic-waste cleanup agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes over mining waste in southeastern Idaho.
BURLEY — A Minidoka County man was arrested and charged with murdering his wife, Whitney Murphy, in 2014.
POCATELLO — The city's ordinance requiring face coverings to be worn in public will remain in place at least through April 1.
Editor’s Note: This story is the second in a three-part Idaho State Journal series titled Fields of Change. The series chronicles the past, present and future of School District 25’s athletic facilities. The first part of the series ran in this past Sunday’s newspaper and the conclusion will…
Local resident and X Games freestyle BMX superstar Colton Satterfield has launched a nonprofit that will bring massive free events to Southeast Idaho, melding both religious conference and professional entertainment activities.
An Inkom man will spend 30 days in jail for bludgeoning the former Marsh Valley School District superintendent with a baseball bat last summer, according to court records.
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Kenneth Jones pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter of Stephanie Eldredge and was sentenced nine years fixed and six years indeterminate, zero plus five years for destruction of evidence, and one year for obstruction to jail.
Check out photos from Nathan Acopa's, also known as Doggface208, meet and greet at Lion Heart Mixed Martial Arts Studio on Saturday.