Idaho students who don’t currently have internet access may get some help soon thanks in part to Idaho National Laboratory and Qatar.
U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo and three of his colleagues on Thursday urged the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission to speed up rulemaking to establish a “technology-inclusive” regulatory framework for advanced nuclear reactors.
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.
Idaho's entire congressional delegation sent a letter to U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette on Wednesday urging him to do more to get spent nuclear fuel at the DOE site west of Idaho Falls ready for removal.
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — Beginning March 17, Idaho National Laboratory will recommend its employees work from home, depending on the nature of their jobs. The announcement came Monday from INL Laboratory Director Mark Peters who says the measures are meant to ensure the health and well-being of …
BOISE — The director of Idaho National Laboratory worries some bills the Legislature is discussing are hurting Idaho’s reputation by making the state look intolerant.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management last week issued a draft request for proposals for the Idaho Cleanup Project procurement at the Idaho National Laboratory site and the Fort St. Vrain facility in Colorado.
Across Idaho, high school students and teachers are learning to fight cyberthreats.
Hundreds of high school students will soon be able to tour the Idaho National Laboratory without leaving their classrooms.
BOISE — The Integrated Waste Treatment Unit should be processing waste by the end of the year, the new head of the Idaho Cleanup Project said Thursday.
BOISE — Idaho’s governor and attorney general announced a new deal with the U.S. Department of Energy on Tuesday addressing the handling of spent nuclear fuel generated during the Advanced Test Reactor’s operations.
Due to severe weather, the Materials and Fuels Complex at Idaho National Laboratory will curtail for the day on Tuesday, Feb. 4. Operations at all other INL in-town and Site facilities will resume normal operations today.
Due to severe weather, all operations at Idaho National Laboratory are curtailed today both in Idaho Falls and at the Site. This includes Battelle Energy Alliance, U.S. Department of Energy, Naval Reactors Facilities and Fluor Idaho employees. More information will be provided after 8 a.m. f…
The City of Idaho Falls joined a delegation from Idaho last week travelling to Waynesboro, Georgia, the home of Plant Vogtle. When complete, Plant Vogtle, units 3 and 4, will be the first new nuclear units built in the United States in the last three decades.
Christine King has been selected by Idaho National Laboratory as the next director for its high-profile program that oversees new nuclear energy developments and private sector partnerships, the lab announced Thursday.
A new feature was quietly added to Idaho Falls’ skyline last week: a skinny, 70-foot-tall wind turbine.
At approximately 8:40 a.m. today, a crash involving an Idaho National Laboratory bus, a private fuel tanker, two government vehicles and two private vehicles occurred on U.S. 20 west of Idaho Falls.
A lot looked different when this decade started. The U.S. and global economies were still mired in recession. Idaho Falls had a different mayor and City Council.
In times of growing cyber threats and severe weather, resilience — the ability to continue providing emergency services while damaged infrastructure is restored — has emerged as a growing concern among leaders at state and local levels. The world is held together with strands far more fragil…
When it was time for his twin granddaughters to learn to drive, James W. Codding Jr. taught them in his farm truck on the family ranch off of Cotton Road.
The $738 billion defense funding bill that passed the Senate on Tuesday and the $1.4 trillion spending bills that passed the House both included numerous Idaho-related items, including money for Idaho National Laboratory, nuclear research and rural counties.
The small nuclear reactors NuScale Power plans to build at the U.S. Department of Energy desert site west of Idaho Falls have cleared another regulatory hurdle.
Idaho National Laboratory employees raised more than $500,000 for local branches of the United Way this year.