POCATELLO — The city’s chief financial officer resigned on the last day of budget meetings Thursday following a tense exchange between the mayor and some members of the City Council.
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Authorities responded to multiple injury crashes on Wednesday, including one that involved a Idaho State Police trooper and another that claimed the life of an elderly man.
POCATELLO — While he didn’t personally spearhead the creation of Pocatello High School’s motto, “Where everybody is somebody,” the late Ahmad Dolkhani certainly embodied the phrase.
Idaho Fish and Game is seeking information regarding the illegal killing of four non-game birds in separate incidents near the town of Preston in Franklin County.
A Wyoming man was arrested Wednesday on charges involving a robbery at the Stinker convenience store on Parkway Drive in Blackfoot early Tuesday morning.
RATHDRUM — Tilly the dog has had a chaotic few days.
POCATELLO — The Idaho High School Rodeo Association State Finals 2021 drew a big crowd to the arena of the Bannock County Event Center on Friday.
BOISE (AP) — A man who stabbed nine people at a toddler’s birthday party — killing the 3-year-old birthday girl and leaving several others gravely injured — will spend the rest of his life in prison for the crimes, a judge said on Thursday.
In 149 years, Yellowstone National Park has moved from horse-based transportation for visitors to the first testing of an electric shuttle capable of operating without a driver.
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