POCATELLO — City Public Information Officer Logan McDougall is resigning from his position effective Oct. 8.
POCATELLO — The Home2 Suites extended stay hotel that's been under construction in Pocatello for more than a year is expected to open in October.
POCATELLO — One of four candidates vying to join the City Council in November has been disqualified from running and will have his name removed from the ballot following a residency issue, according to Bannock County Clerk Jason Dixon.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A former Idaho state lawmaker charged with rape earlier this month has been arrested in Georgia.
Southeastern Idaho Public Health on Monday announced 11 deaths from COVID-19, as well as 906 new confirmed and probable cases of the virus in Southeast Idaho during the week of Sept. 21 to 27.
POCATELLO — An orthodontist is inviting the public to the grand opening of his new practice in Pocatello.
The Idaho State Board of Education’s School Safety and Security Program has released nearly three dozen recommendations for safety and security resources after the May 6 shooting incident at Rigby Middle School.
Idaho Fish and Game reminds all deer hunters that most antlerless mule deer hunting opportunities were eliminated for the 2021-2022 seasons in the Southeast Region. This includes general archery-only hunts, general youth-only hunts, controlled youth-only hunts, and extra antlerless controlle…
On Sunday, September 26, 2021 at 2:33 PM, Idaho State Police investigated a fatality crash on 8000 S between 1000 W and 2000 W, just outside of Victor.
The Idaho Water Resource Board is taking the initial steps toward expanding its longstanding cloud seeding program into new areas of the state.
NEWBERG, Oregon — An Oregon school board has banned educators from displaying Black Lives Matter and gay pride symbols, prompting a torrent of recriminations and threats to boycott the town and its businesses.
Two East Idaho archery hunters killed a grizzly sow Thursday morning in Island Park after the bear charged them. Neither hunter was harmed in the encounter.
On Thursday, September 23, at approximately 3:30 p.m., an Idaho State Trooper on patrol observed the driver of a motorcycle traveling in excess of 60 mph in a 40 mph speed zone eastbound on Lincoln Road east of North Hitt Road in Bonneville County.
Bonneville County Sheriff’s Deputies apprehended two wanted men after a pursuit that lead to the Bone area early Saturday Morning. 24 year old Augustus W. Gokey and 33 year old Kasey C. Wornek were in a pickup truck driven by Gokey when a Deputy located them on Wright Rd. just North of Idaho…
BOISE — As many residents of a north Boise neighborhood got ready for school and work Friday morning, they met an atypical visitor to the area.
Idaho Falls School District 91 is joining a mass tort school district lawsuit against Juul Labs, the market leader in e-cigarettes.
Yellowstone National Park announced Friday that after five days of search and rescue efforts to find a man missing at Shoshone Lake, it was transitioning to a recovery operation.
BOISE — An advocacy group for older adults has filed a civil rights complaint against Idaho over the state’s “crisis standards of care” guidelines for hospitals that are overwhelmed by patients amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Following the second time a student at Jefferson School District 251 has brought a gun to school this year, the school district is banning backpacks at secondary schools.
Last summer, Dr. Boyd Southwick said his ability to provide telehealth would depend on insurers.
COEUR d’ALENE — To the passing motorists on Northwest Boulevard, it was just another pleasant Friday afternoon in Coeur d’Alene.
The Idaho State Board of Education’s School Safety and Security Program released its report today on lessons learned in the response and initial recovery after a shooting incident that occurred May 6, 2021, at Rigby Middle School.
A Chubbuck man who’s been bowling for 68 years was inducted into the Idaho State U.S. Bowling Hall of Fame in Idaho Falls last weekend.
POCATELLO – At his home in Texas, J.D. Martinez got word one of his shining stars from a few years back was doing the usual a few states north.
POCATELLO — The Pocatello-Chubbuck District 25 Board of Trustees voted unanimously Friday to rescind the district-wide mask mandate that it had implemented earlier in the week.
BLACKFOOT — After months of anticipation, the new McDonald’s fast food restaurant opened at 1275 Parkway Dr. earlier this month, giving local residents their McDonald’s “fry fix” without having to leave town.
POCATELLO — Police have located and arrested the local woman who fled on foot following a Friday high-speed pursuit that ended on Buckskin Road, according to court and police records.
BOISE — The U.S. Department of Defense is taking input on its plan to build an advanced mobile nuclear microreactor prototype at the Idaho National Laboratory in eastern Idaho.
A few weeks ago, highly trained cadaver dogs were set loose near Almo to search an area about the size of two football fields sniffing for human remains.
POCATELLO — Police confirmed on Thursday that the case involving Downard Funeral Home is now being treated as a criminal investigation.
POCATELLO – Jesse Kirby, 45, Trevor Van Horn, 31, and Debra Trujillo, 63, all of Idaho Falls, were sentenced to federal prison for possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine, Acting U.S. Attorney Rafael M. Gonzalez, Jr. announced Friday.
FILER (AP) — A south-central Idaho school district with about 1,600 students temporarily closed its schools due to not having enough teachers or substitute teachers.
Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have recommended a third dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to be given to specific groups at least six months after completion of the primary series.
POCATELLO — Several cows were on the loose Friday along Interstate 15 in Pocatello.
POCATELLO — Though Portneuf Medical Center has been operating near capacity amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, CEO Jordan Herget is confident the hospital has ample resources to avoid rationing services, as is being done in other parts of the state.
POCATELLO — Hundreds of parents, students and community members met in Pocatello on Wednesday night to voice their discontent with the mask mandate set to go into effect in Pocatello-Chubbuck schools next week.
POCATELLO — Diabetes is a rapidly increasing problem for the nation. Over the next five years, 88 million new cases of diabetes are predicted to emerge, damaging the health of diagnosed individuals and causing havoc on the American health care system.
The Bureau of Land Management is hosting two virtual public meetings in October to offer information on plans to close federal lands west of American Falls to rock climbing and restrict some off-road vehicle activity.
There are many reasons for Idaho’s hospital staffing shortage.
New research from Idaho State University found that Hispanics in rural southeastern Idaho communities had low rates of vaccine hesitancy and refusal.
A Caldwell school and community are reeling following the death of an admired administrator.
INKOM — The annual Inkom Village MountainFest is set to take place on Saturday, Sept. 25.
Efforts to rescue a missing 74-year-old Utah man around a remote lake in Yellowstone National Park transitioned to efforts to recover his body on Friday, park officials announced in a news release.
POCATELLO — The Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25 Board of Trustees acknowledges a complaint received by the district’s legal counsel that the Board was potentially in violation of the Idaho Open Meeting law.
RIGBY — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday that it retrieved a gun from a student at Rigby Middle School.
Caribou County sheriff’s officials are investigating after bullet holes were found in a local cabin, and they are asking for the public’s help.