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Pocatello could soon see ISP motorcycle troopers join the fleet

POCATELLO — Idaho State Police troopers on motorcycles could soon be patrolling the Gate City and surrounding areas following a request del… Read more

WILL IT FLY?: Future of Monarch Building hangs on structural analysis findings

POCATELLO — Gate City citizens will know in less than two months whether a condemned Old Town Pocatello building will be the future site of… Read more

Manhunt underway for armed and dangerous fugitive allegedly involved in Chubbuck shooting

A nationwide manhunt is underway for an armed and dangerous fugitive who is believed to be involved in a Chubbuck shooting that put one man… Read more

GIRLS BASKETBALL STATE TOURNAMENT SCORES

Check back here throughout the day to find scores and stats from today's state tournament games as they go final. Read more

Several highways close in East Idaho amid storms

POCATELLO — Poor driving conditions amid gusty winter storms forced closures on stretches of highways in East Idaho on Wednesday. Read more

Local News

Idaho lawmakers hear from inmates, businesses in support of inmate labor bill

BOISE — A bill that would allow Idaho’s minimum security inmates to work for additional private businesses in the agricultural industry is … Read more

Rape kit testing bill moves forward in the House

BOISE — Legislation to improve Idaho's rape kit testing and tracking was unanimously approved by the House Judiciary, Rules & Administr… Read more

District 25 school board approves every weekday kindergarten

The School District 25 Board of Trustees voted at a meeting Tuesday night to host kindergarten every weekday, with morning and afternoon se… Read more

Opinion

Marsy's Law

There is a California billionaire who is spending millions in states across the country to get state legislatures to produce a constitution… Read more

Some old photos never die or fade away

I was hoping that word about this photo of me would never get out, because there’s no doubt that my career would be over if the public knew… Read more

Improving access to our lands for all Idahoans

Like thousands of families across Idaho, Vicki and I raised our children, and now our grandchildren, to enjoy the outdoors through hunting,… Read more