As he was driving to the fire hall just before 7 a.m. last Saturday to respond to a fire at the Challis Roadhouse, volunteer firefighter Doug Hammond said the only indicator he could see was a plume of black smoke.

BEND, Ore. — This summer’s heat scorched Oregon trees — maybe worse than ever before — and scientists are beginning to piece together what that means for the trees’ long-term health.

FORT HALL — On Thursday, November 25, 2021 at about 6:50 am, Fort Hall Fish and Game Warden reported a one vehicle rollover involving a White Dodge pickup truck, located on the east side of the railroad tracks on US Hwy 91 and Broncho Road on the Fort Hall Reservation. One male occupant was …

The Caribou-Targhee National Forest reported that it is making a number of “refinements” to the draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Grand Targhee Resort expansion after considering a number of suggestions from the public.

The U.S. Department of Energy has found no projected significant environmental impacts for a construction proposal of the Microreactor Applications Research Validation & EvaLuation (MARVEL) project microreactor inside Idaho National Laboratory's Transient Reactor Test Facility.

A new parking ordinance in downtown Idaho Falls is requiring vehicles parked beyond the allotted two-hour time limit to move to a different block.

The historic year for Idaho Falls Regional Airport continues as the airport has surpassed its previous record total passenger count from 2019 with two months remaining to include for the 2021 count.

At 7:26 p.m. Saturday, Bonneville County Sheriff’s Deputies and Idaho Falls Fire responded to the Bone Rd. near 9th S. to a one vehicle injury crash. As they arrived, Deputies located a male and female who had been ejected from the vehicle. The male was identified as 39 year old Estevan Reyn…

Q. My husband is fading fast. He has trouble doing basic things like using the bathroom, taking showers, eating and even moving around the house despite his walker. We have little money but do own our simple home. I understand perhaps Medicaid would pay for a nursing home. How does this work…

Thirteen more eastern Idaho residents have died from the COVID-19 pandemic in the past week, according to reports from Eastern Idaho Public Health.

The Idaho Legislature’s unprecedented decision to reconvene the 2021 session this week drew a wide range of emotions for several legislators. One common feeling for local lawmakers is frustration, either with the lack of legislation that was passed or with the attempts to pass legislation to…

Eastern Idaho anglers, hoping to see an extension to the fishing season at Henry’s Lake, were granted their wish by the Idaho Fish and Game Commission which considered the proposal this week at its meeting in Lewiston.

Conservation groups and Shoshone-Bannock Tribal leaders plan to gather at the state Capitol on Saturday to observe the 30-year anniversary of the listing of Snake River sockeye salmon under the Endangered Species Act.

BOISE — Six far-reaching bills aimed at fending off vaccine mandates or other COVID-19-related public health measures from private or public employers, schools and more cleared the Idaho House Tuesday afternoon in a marathon session.

LEWISTON — Idaho Fish and Game commissioners received comments on two of the state’s most controversial topics — salmon and dams, and wolves and elk — at a public comment hearing here Monday.

A 92-year-old man was fatally shot by Caldwell police early Tuesday morning after allegedly pointing a gun at the officers from inside his truck, according to a news release from the Caldwell Police Department.

Idaho Fish and Game is blaming a slight dip in the overall trout population on low flows from last winter on after conducting its annual fall fish survey of the South Fork of the Snake River.

Idaho’s citizen redistricting commission has moved several of the state’s incumbent representatives and senators to new districts, which marks both potential positive and negative implications for some candidates’ chances of re-election.

More than 350 people in eastern Idaho have died from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Eastern Idaho Public Health.

‘The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane’ to be performed in Pocatello