A Menan man was arrested Jan. 4 after he reportedly attacked his neighbor with a pipe and surrendered to police without comment.
The city of Idaho Falls is considering a building moratorium on the west side which would affect all new building permits in areas near the airport that fall in takeoff and landing paths.
BOISE — The biggest threat to the nation's primary lab for nuclear research is a prohibition from bringing in small quantities of spent nuclear fuel for research, the lab's director said Tuesday.
Idaho State Police found several images of child pornography on the phone of a man arrested Dec. 30 for drug possession.
BOISE — Idaho’s community recovery centers received a tenuous lifeline Tuesday when a legislative committee encouraged state budget writers to fund them for one more year.
DRIGGS — An FBI-led investigation has helped Teton School District 401 recover $484,000 of the $784,000 in funding that it accidentally sent to online thieves posing as the contractor it hired to build two new elementary schools.
BOISE — Idaho’s four-year graduation rate topped 80 percent for the first time with the graduating class of 2018, Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra announced Thursday.
BOISE — A Bonneville County lawmaker is working on a bill to override local ordinances such as the ones that recently passed in Idaho Falls and Pocatello banning the use of a handheld cellphone while driving.
For the next two Thursdays and Fridays, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center will hold blood drawings with no appointment required.
Editor's note: This article first published Sept. 18. Today marks the one-year anniversary of teenager Jed Hall's disappearance.
Something catastrophically wrong happened in 2018 to monarch butterflies.
The Idaho Falls Auditorium District, the group tasked with raising funds for the planned Idaho Falls Event Center, saw another resignation Tuesday.
ST. ANTHONY — The Fremont County Jail is routinely over capacity, and it’s not unusual for jail officials to take prisoners to Madison County to be housed. As a result, Fremont County officials are considering renovating the jail or building a new one.
The twin forces of wildfire and climate change could turn the forests of Yellowstone National Park into grasslands by the middle of this century, according to a new study.
On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, at approximately 12:38 a.m., the Idaho State Police investigated a two-vehicle fatality crash on U.S. Highway 20-26-93 at milepost 206.8, near Carey.
BOISE — Trappers will now be required to set animal traps farther back from a trail, under a rule approved Monday.
BOISE — Three freshman lawmakers presented their first bills to the full Idaho House on Monday, and House members responded with their usual hazing — most of the members voting “no,” then changing their votes at the last minute so that the largely non-controversial bills easily passed.
Jefferson School District 251 superintendent candidate Sarah Sanders withdrew from consideration for the position Monday, according to a district news release.
The Department of Energy announced last week that processing high-assay low-enriched uranium (HALEU) stored at Idaho National Laboratory will not have a significant environmental impact.
A man and a woman were arrested Sunday after a Fremont County Sheriff’s Office deputy found 4 pounds of methamphetamine during a traffic stop.
Similar to the reverend himself, Idaho Falls students are giving back to their communities.
The Idaho Department of Correction’s Free2Succeed program hosted a dinner event Friday night called Recover Out Loud to welcome men and women returning to the community after serving their prison sentences.
On Sunday at approximately 7 p.m. a Fremont County deputy conducted a routine traffic stop for a traffic violation on U.S. Highway 20 near milepost 387 in Island Park, ID.
BOISE — Last week, the second of the 2019 legislative session, state officials and lawmakers:
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On Sunday, Idahoans and most of the nation can look to the night sky and see the moon get bigger, slowly vanish and turn blood-red.
More than six years after it opened, Compass Academy remains the only New Tech Network school in Idaho.
REXBURG — Ten people, including the Bonneville County prosecuting attorney and the mayor of Ammon, have applied to fill a vacancy for Seventh Judicial District judge in Madison County.
A Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office report states a man endangered his children by daring a deputy to shoot him while his children were in a vehicle with him.
BOISE — Legislation to add anti-discrimination protections for gays and transgender people to the Idaho Human Rights Act was introduced in the Senate on Friday as a personal bill by Sen. Maryanne Jordan, D-Boise.
Eastern Idaho school districts report mixed trends in year-over-year student enrollment numbers with some districts reporting significant increases and others seeing little to no growth.
The search to replace Jefferson School District 251 superintendent Lisa Sherick has been narrowed to four candidates, the district office announced in a news release Friday morning.
Idaho Falls will host a women’s march Saturday for the third consecutive year. The event, which starts at 10 a.m. at Library Plaza, will feature eight female speakers.
The Teton Regional Land Trust announced this week that it recently closed on two conservation easements, one in the Parker area and another near Victor.
An Idaho Falls man was found guilty by a jury Tuesday for aggravated battery.
A Pocatello-Chubbuck School District 25 teacher faces up to life in prison after being charged with multiple sex crimes against a child.
The Idaho Falls Regional Airport had a busy year in 2018.
Shelley School District 60’s Board of Trustees has selected Chad Williams as the district’s superintendent. He will replace outgoing superintendent Bryan Jolley, who announced his retirement in November, effective June 30.
The Idaho Food Stamp Program will provide its February food stamps Sunday, at least 11 days earlier than normal.
The Idaho Falls School District 91 Board of Trustees is asking local patrons to renew the district’s $6.8 million supplemental levy in March.
BOISE — The Southwest Idaho Treatment Center in Nampa suffers from “organizational trauma” due to a “haphazard downsizing” and recent damaging events, the Office of Performance Evaluations reported Thursday to a legislative oversight committee.
Ammon city workers were forced to set out extra folding chairs to accommodate the crowd attending Thursday night’s City Council meeting.
An Idaho Falls man was arrested Jan. 9 after police found a stash of more than a pound of marijuana in his room.
It’s been a long and colorful evolution for the building formally known as the “Old Ford Garage” just north of Driggs. But recent investments by the College of Eastern Idaho are promising to open more doors for local residents.
An Ammon man was arrested Jan. 6 after he reportedly threatened a couple with a knife.
Due to the warmer temperatures and rain today, the Street Division has been focusing on cleaning up slush in residential areas. They will continue to work through the night and into the morning. Crews are also addressing drainage issues.
Twenty-seven days into the partial government shutdown, the National Park Service remains closed. While the parks are technically closed, park visitors and business owners in neighboring cities such as Arco and West Yellowstone, Mont., that rely on tourism have modified their plans to work a…
The city of Idaho Falls announced the Community Food Basket- Idaho Falls will host two events providing food to government workers affected by the federal government shutdown.
Skyline High School is adding a new class to its curriculum soon, one that allows team captains and club presidents to congregate and meet once a week for leadership training.
BOISE — Human trafficking, an often-invisible crime that experts say is more common in Idaho than many people might think, will receive attention in the statehouse again this year as awareness continues to grow across the state.
WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mont. — Montana authorities have identified the person who died when a sport utility vehicle crashed into the snowmobile he was riding as a 60-year-old man from Alabama.
GRANGEVILLE — A Grangeville gun seller who relies on the federal government to renew his firearms license said he will be in a world of hurt if the government shutdown goes on until the end of the month.