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The city of Idaho Falls is asking the owner of some former bus stop benches scattered throughout the city to remove them, citing concerns about access for people with disabilities, advertising on city property and changes to local bus services.

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The Energy and Water appropriations bill Congress is expected to take up next week represents a mixed bag for Idaho National Laboratory, with spending on some priorities kept flat and slight increases for others.

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While the Idaho National Laboratory might call eastern Idaho home, its impact extends far beyond Bonneville and Butte counties. According to Idaho National Laboratory’s latest report, all 50 states benefit from the laboratory.

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The U.S. Department of Energy will invest $65 million in nuclear technology advancement, the department announced Thursday. Idaho National Laboratory is expected to be one of the beneficiaries of that spending. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette and Gov. Brad Little visited the INL site on …

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On Monday, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission accepted Oklo Inc.’s application for review for its proposed nuclear reactor on Idaho National Laboratory property. The California-based company is now one step closer to moving forward with its plans to develop the first commercial reactor t…

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Battelle Energy Alliance is starting a grant program to help local small businesses, many of which have been hit hard by the shutdown and economic slowdown that have accompanied coronavirus.

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A new N95 mask decontamination system in Idaho Falls can handle up to 80,000 face masks a day, and while it is cleaning masks for medical and emergency services providers throughout the state, so far it is running well under its capacity.