Ada County officials have delayed a decision about whether Idaho state Rep. Priscilla Giddings, R-White Bird, qualified for the homeowners exemption she received on her Garden City home in 2016.
Idaho Falls’ City Council voted Thursday night to add almost 90 acres around Lincoln Road and just west of North 25th East to the city.
A survey released recently shows that Medicaid expansion is likely blazing a trail for Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Paulette Jordan.
Citing more than a dozen open positions that are stretching resources, Idaho Falls Police Department officers will no longer teach the anti-drug DARE curriculum in Idaho Falls District 91 schools.
Idaho Falls is moving forward with an expansion of the North Terminal at Idaho Falls Regional Airport.
The two candidates vying for Idaho’s top schools post, incumbent state Superintendent Sherri Ybarra and challenger Cindy Wilson, both pitched themselves as professional educators and strong advocates for schools during their first face-off Thursday.
Department of Motor Vehicle offices across Idaho will close Aug. 9 and 10 for a computer system upgrade, the Idaho Department of Transportation announced Wednesday morning.
Workers at the city of Idaho Falls’ utility office should be back in their regular office by Monday.
Idaho Falls Power has hired the current Light Department Director from Cheney, Wash., as its new assistant general manager.
It's been more than nine years since the official end of the Great Recession in 2009. Since the Great Depression of the 1930s, there's been only one period of time when the country has gone longer without a recession: the decade between 1991 and 2001.
The Idaho Falls City Council has set the city's maximum budget for next year.
Idaho Falls’ City Council is slated to vote on a tentative budget Monday that would take $925,222 in “foregone balance” to pay for new employees and equipment for the police and fire departments.
The Idaho Republican Party last month held its biennial convention in Pocatello, selecting new officials for the next two years.
Discussion ranged from public relations issues to questions about a board member’s commitment to the event center project at a contentious meeting of the the Idaho Falls Auditorium District board of directors Friday.
A local lawmaker who heads the House Education Committee has been appointed to the Idaho Public Charter School Commission.
Idaho Falls officials are looking to lock in the price of the city’s next fire truck before new taxes on imported steel drive up the price.
The city of Idaho Falls has more public information officers and pays them more than any similar-sized municipality in the state, according to a Post Register analysis.