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The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. (FINRA) has indefinitely suspended the broker license of an Idaho Falls investment professional.
BOISE — An explosion Saturday at a hazardous waste site in southwestern Idaho heavily damaged a building, injured three workers and left one man missing, officials said.
A recent study has identified 171 counties across the United States that are “news deserts,” places without a local newspaper. Seven of them are in Idaho. One of them is Clark County.
Scientific innovation and dinosaurs will be the themes for the Museum of Idaho’s 2019 traveling exhibits, the museum announced Friday.
Holiday shopping is in full swing. Local options include ARTmart at The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho and craft fairs at Bonneville and Thunder Ridge high schools.
How much cash gets gobbled up on the average Thanksgiving meal? This year, not quite so much.
David Hansen, 47, formerly of Idaho Falls, was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury in Boise on 17 counts of wire fraud and six counts of tax fraud.
POCATELLO — A 55-year-old Pocatello man who was shot inside his Pocatello home early Friday morning may have witnessed a pair of suspects attempting to break into a nearby business, police said.
The Ammon City Council took the next steps to pay for the expansion of its fiber network.
WASHINGTON — The number of U.S. active-duty troops deployed to the U.S.-Mexico border has "pretty much peaked" at the current total of 5,800, the Pentagon's No. 2 official said Thursday.
Idaho Falls Zoo enthusiasts can now keep an eye on things during the winter months when the facility is closed to visitors.
An Idaho Falls man was charged with aggravated battery for reportedly fracturing a man’s skull with a hammer.
On November 14, 2018 Idaho State Police detectives were notified by the Jefferson County, Montana Sheriff's Office of an officer-involved shooting that occurred the previous day in Jefferson County, Mont.
An Idaho Falls man who reportedly beat his wife’s ex-husband was sentenced to probation Thursday.
POCATELLO — Dan Clark had never stepped foot inside a Jewish synagogue before Nov. 9, when he brought his family to Temple Emanuel to mourn with a diverse group of eastern Idaho residents.
The idea of 16-year-old students breaking into computer systems and finding secret files may sound like a horrifying scandal. But under the eyes of two teachers in the basement of the University of Idaho-Idaho Falls, finding secret files was the goal.
For the sixth year in a row, Idaho National Laboratory exceeded its goal to work with small businesses, spending nearly $235 million or 59.1 percent of its total business with small businesses.
The U.S. Forest Service will hold four public meetings later this year in Idaho to present amendments to its sage grouse recovery plans.
Victor writer Molly Absolon is among the winners of the 2018 National Outdoor Book Awards.
BOISE — Free of criminal sanctions, an Idaho woman is back in court suing state and county agencies after she says an apparent clerical error put her on probation and in jail even after a judge ordered her sentence completed — and the Idaho Supreme Court has agreed to weigh in.
The Idaho Humanities Council, a statewide nonprofit organization devoted to enhancing public awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the humanities in Idaho, has awarded $115,489 in grants.
This year’s ski season will mark the 30th anniversary of snowboarding at Grand Targhee Resort as well as the resort’s 50th anniversary.
Gov. Butch Otter sent stern letters scolding the state Board of Education and state Rep. Wendy Horman for “attempts to steer” a $1 million state software contract to the current vendor in violation of state purchasing laws, a charge both Horman and the state board vigorously denied.
An Idaho Falls man who was on the run from police for a month was found this week and charged for stabbing a man.
Thanksgiving came early this year for dozens of Idaho Falls seniors.
Yellowstone National Park is reporting another uptick in visitors for October.
The Iona Police Department arrested a woman Sunday after she reportedly stabbed her grandfather with a pocket knife.
Fighting wildfires in California has become a regional effort in the western United States.
REXBURG − After a discussion about previous dances held at the fairgrounds that had several noise complaints and police reports, Madison County Commissioners have put all event approvals on a case-by-case basis and have canceled the next dance scheduled at the Madison County Fairgrounds.
A Boise man who owned more than 30,000 files of child pornography and sexually abused his wife’s daughter — as well as used her in his own child pornography — was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday morning.
REXBURG — Brigham Young-University Idaho received a report of a sexual assault against a female student which occurred at an off-campus housing unit Sunday evening, according to the university security update.
State Rep. Brent Crane, R-Nampa, who is currently the Idaho State House assistant majority leader, has announced he’ll challenge House Speaker Scott Bedke.
BOISE — Two unexploded military devices were found during construction under the Idaho Highway 45 bridge over the Snake River, according to the Idaho Transportation Department.
Nurses are often called the backbone of the medical system. Doctors and hospital administrators regularly praise their role in providing care to patients and juggling a wide range of responsibilities.
An Idaho Falls man was arrested last week for child enticement last week, nearly a year after he was reported for offering a 15-year-old boy $100 for sex.
The city of Idaho Falls' snow removal parking restrictions ordinance go into effect Thursday, a city news release said.
Wilmington, N.C.-based GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy has been awarded a subcontract to support the conceptual design and related activities for a proposed fast spectrum Versatile Test Reactor (VTR).
The city of Blackfoot plans to hold a town hall meeting in the coming weeks to collect public input on the future of the city’s swimming pool, which closed Saturday.
Idaho political circles are buzzing about an anecdote buried deep in an extensive New York Times article about how Republicans lost and Democrats won the U.S. House in last week’s election — because it’s about Idaho’s own 1st District Rep. Raul Labrador and Gov.-elect Brad Little.
BLACKFOOT — A Blackfoot man will soon be $10,000 richer after becoming the most recent champion of the History Channel’s competition show “Forged in Fire.”
Ten years ago, Zahan Billimoria was a busy man working in Jackson, Wyo., with a wife and kids. But he carved out time for skiing by getting up at 5 a.m. in the dark before work and skiing with his friend Wray Landon.
Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct a reference to Idaho National Laboratory Director Mark Peters, who was referred to by the wrong name.
Christmas romance. Historical fantasy. Star-crossed criminals. On Saturday, six writers gathered in the back room of an Ammon coffee shop to get their ideas down on paper, or at least into Word documents.
The Urban Land Institute of Idaho, a nonprofit organization that researches land use trends and issues, is hosting its annual real estate trends and forecast meeting Friday in Idaho Falls.
The CHC Foundation awarded nonprofits in eastern Idaho $235,894 during its fall cycle of grants.
An accident prevention bulletin issued on Jan. 12, 1966, sets the scene.
When the Idaho Legislature convenes for its organizational session the first week of December, nearly a quarter of the 105-member Legislature will be new.
The Skyline Gun Club will hold its annual fall turkey shoot from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Custer County voter turnout tops 70 percent
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It was a classic movie-making scenario: One of the stars bails out during production and the new kid gets his shot at a role and comes up big.
The people who stood for office in Tuesday's election had different views on many important topics.