IDAHO FALLS — A Louisiana man was arrested Sunday after he reportedly sexually assaulted and beat a man.
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POCATELLO — A jockey who was seriously hurt in a recent horse racing accident in Pocatello is still working on recovering, said LuKrena Schoonover, who's president of the Pocatello Downs horse racing organization.
Idaho State Police said a 62-year-old Chubbuck man who was driving a tow truck was killed Monday morning as a result of a single-vehicle crash on northbound lanes of Interstate 15 just south of Pocatello.
AMERICAN FALLS — Early risers and coffee addicts may be thrilled to hear that a new coffee house will be opening Friday where locals on their way to work or school can satiate their craving for caffeine.
POCATELLO — Local firefighters battled a blaze that gutted an exterior shed and damaged an adjoining mobile home early Tuesday morning.
CHUBBUCK — Local police and fire officials are continuing to investigate a vehicle fire that forced the partial evacuation of a motel late Sunday night.
POCATELLO — A local judge on Monday ordered bond be set at $1 million for a 39-year-old Pocatello man accused of fatally shooting his estranged wife and another man late Friday night.
A Rigby Police Department officer has filed a lawsuit against his employers alleging he was retaliated against for investigating the misuse of funds.
BURLEY (AP) — A south-central Idaho man convicted in the 1995 killing of a 14-year-old girl has been sentenced to life in prison.
Officials with Southeastern Idaho Public Health reported 992 new COVID-19 cases and 23 additional deaths due to the coronavirus during the week of Oct. 12-18.
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At a football game earlier this season, the Idaho State women’s basketball team waltzed out to midfield of Holt Arena and were announced, one-by-one, to Bengals’ fans. The Big Sky champions had just received their rings and now received what was absent throughout their magical season: applause. Read more