On Feb. 14, 2020, NBC’s "Dateline" aired its first “Where are the Children” episode about Rexburg residents Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell. Since that time, numerous television series have produced their own takes on the case. One year later, ABC’s "20/20" will take a two-hour look at the peop…
A faction of local, county and state Republican officials is pushing lies, misinformation and conspiracy theories that echo those that helped inspire the violent U.S. Capitol siege, online messaging that is spreading quickly through GOP ranks fueled by algorithms that boost extreme content.
BOISE — A $1.9 trillion federal stimulus bill could keep the Idaho Legislature in session several weeks longer than normal, as lawmakers wait to learn more about the plan.
Idaho's top health leader said if the COVID-19 vaccine supply continues to rise, the state's weekly inventory could more than double within a month and secure a path to reach "some sense of normalcy" by summer's end.
As the ice melts off, Idaho Fish and Game is getting busy stocking fish in eastern Idaho.
The College of Eastern Idaho is holding a live town hall talk Monday afternoon with Mountain View Hospital to answer questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Editor's note: This timeline will be updated regularly as the case continues.
An Idaho Falls man has been charged with first-degree stalking after he reportedly violated a civil protection order multiple times.
Idaho State Police are searching for two suspects who fled a traffic stop Thursday night, crashing into two patrol vehicles in the process.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The world got its first close-up look at a Mars landing on Friday, as NASA released a stunning picture of its newest rover being lowered onto the dusty red surface.
BLACKFOOT — Blackfoot softball pitcher Kymber Wieland, who amassed a high school record of 38-3, has signed a letter of intent to attend Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangeley, Colorado.
The state wrestling tournament gets underway at the Idaho Center in Nampa on Friday with a bit of a different format.
Kade DaBell sported a gray sweatshirt and a black backpack as he sauntered across the court, smiling as an armada of his Rigby supporters waited to celebrate with their hero. A loud bellow was the first greeting. Then, friends closer to his age mobbed him, forming a circle, jumping and chanting.
Sitting in a room in Laramie, Wyoming, Tyler Vander Waal had just finalized one of the biggest decisions of his life when the phone rang.