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As Gov. Brad Little and the largest crowds ever at that Famous Preston Night Rodeo watched top-notch cowboys rope, ride and race, JJ Harrison and Andy Seiler exchange witty barbs and the crowd raise their voices in competition, it was a bull that stole the show Thursday night.

Night had fallen over Eugene, Ore. and the calm inside Hayward Field was almost too unassuming. For 10 days in mid-June, the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials transfixed the sparkling new Northwest coliseum into a no-fun zone. Coronavirus precautions were strict to the point that walking i…

POCATELLO — The former commander of Bannock County Search and Rescue, who had been serving in recent months as the county's chief deputy coroner, has been appointed to be the new county coroner.

POCATELLO — It has been nearly 40 years since a man setting fox traps found human remains in Jasper County, Indiana. Today, the Jasper County John Doe’s identity remains a mystery, but thanks in part to Idaho State University anthropologist Samantha Blatt, law enforcement now knows what the …

Just after 7 p.m. on July 30, Bonneville County Sheriff’s Deputies were sent to a report of a disturbance at a residence in the 110 E. block of 145th N. (N. County Line Rd.) near Ririe.

POCATELLO — Southeastern Idaho Public Health will be offering COVID-19 vaccinations between 5 and 7 p.m. Friday at Main Steam Coffee And Desserts, 234 N. Main St. in Pocatello, during First Friday Art Walk.

BOISE — An Idaho lawmaker accused of violating ethics rules by publicizing the name of an alleged rape victim in disparaging social media posts — and then allegedly misleading lawmakers about her actions — said in an ethics hearing Monday that she did nothing wrong and claimed the allegation…

Wildlife advocates on Thursday petitioned federal officials to restore federal protections for gray wolves throughout the U.S. West after Idaho and Montana passed laws intended to drastically cut their numbers.

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A soupy mix of beans, rice and quinoa down the hatch, Erica Robertson prepared to get cozy last Thursday evening at one of her favorite places to call home: Curtis Canyon.

MALAD — A bogus news release from someone impersonating the former sheriff of Oneida County that criticized the current sheriff and county prosecutor for their handling of a 43-year-old cold case was distributed to media outlets in Idaho and Utah on July 24.

BOISE (AP) — The Boise Police Department says officers removed flags emblazoned with the emblem of the neo-fascist Proud Boys organization after someone hung them from several overpasses on a busy Idaho interstate.

POCATELLO — The Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheatre’s acoustics will be in full use this month when four-time Grammy Award winning duo and recording artist group for King & Country performs live under the stars for their first ever Summer Nights Tour at 7 p.m. on Saturday.

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POCATELLO — The former commander of Bannock County Search and Rescue, who had been serving in recent months as the county's chief deputy coroner, has been appointed to be the new county coroner.

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POCATELLO — It has been nearly 40 years since a man setting fox traps found human remains in Jasper County, Indiana. Today, the Jasper County John Doe’s identity remains a mystery, but thanks in part to Idaho State University anthropologist Samantha Blatt, law enforcement now knows what the …

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Just after 7 p.m. on July 30, Bonneville County Sheriff’s Deputies were sent to a report of a disturbance at a residence in the 110 E. block of 145th N. (N. County Line Rd.) near Ririe.