Voters in Idaho Falls and Swan Valley will have some decisions to make Tuesday.
With Memorial Day weekend coming up, Idaho Department of Fish and Game wants you to catch a fish.
Idaho officials could hear in the next few weeks whether a voter-approved plan to expand Medicaid eligibility has been accepted by the federal government.
A Boise developer hopes to build what would be the Northwest’s largest solar farm in Twin Falls County near the Nevada border and to sell the renewable energy to Idaho Power.
The small modular reactors planned for the Idaho Falls area won’t be up and running for years, but the company that will make them says they’re already getting international interest.
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POCATELLO — Most of the snow has melted and the springtime days of heavy rain and high winds are numbered.
Three deputies from the Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office visited the Ammon City Council to ask for a 7 percent increase in law enforcement funding from the city for the next year.
Every detail of Valerie Illguth’s life is potential fodder for her blogs.
A committee that wants to make sure everyone in the area is counted in the 2020 Census will hold its inaugural meeting Tuesday.
The director of the Center for Advanced Energy Studies has been named to one of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine's board.
No findings have resulted from an investigation that looked into whether fans and players of the Salmon River girls’ basketball team took part in racial taunts during a Nampa-based game.
SALMON — Dick Williams is a legend among Idaho’s backcountry pilots but he just couldn’t leave well enough alone.
SUGAR CITY — Gov. Brad Little has appointed two residents to serve on the Sugar City Council.
A survivor of HIV and tuberculosis is traveling through Idaho this week to support the global program that saved her life.
There aren’t expected to be any involuntary layoffs at the Advanced Mixed Waste Treatment Project in June, but some are probably coming later this summer.
A man has been arrested for the 1996 murder of Angie Dodge, a 23-year-old cold case. The case appears to have been finally solved using DNA matching.
On a door of Rocky Mountain Middle School’s vocational building, a poster can be read that embraces the idea school administrators and teachers expect from their students.
If you think archaeology is about retrieving golden trophies from snake-filled caves, Suzann Henrikson, Ph.D., of Idaho National Laboratory’s Cultural Resources Management Office would like you to know it’s much more interesting than that.
Idaho Falls’ branch of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will host an outreach event Saturday to raise awareness of the resources available to veterans in the area.
Three eastern Idaho lawmakers, a lawyer for Melaleuca, an Idaho National Laboratory deputy director and an American Falls teacher have been named to the task force that will help shape the direction of education in Idaho for the next five years.
The D91 Education Foundation announced the recipients of $24,000 in college scholarships from the William J. and Shirley A. Maeck Family Foundation, the Odd Fellows and the Rahl Family.
SALMON — They’re not dream homes by any means but a small segment of people in Lemhi County are residing in pre-fabricated sheds in what is believed to be a cost-savings measure.
Want to buy a home in Idaho Falls? Good luck.
Yellowstone National Park is calling on visitors to knock it off.
Two brothers from the tiny community of Carmen, just north of Salmon, have become world famous in taxidermy circles.
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare revealed Thursday that the information for 2,060 clients who used some state programs was compromised by a phishing attack against one of the agency’s contractors.
The Idaho Falls Public Works Department will host a public meeting Wednesday evening to tell people about a water main and paving project on the north side of town.
BOISE — They faced off in the race for governor in 2010 as the nominees of opposing parties, but C.L. “Butch” Otter and Keith Allred are joining together this week to promote a new effort to get citizens across the country to come together on a non-partisan basis and push national leaders fo…
This afternoon at 2:06 pm, Madison Fire Department responded to a report of vegetation, a tree, and a vinyl fence on fire at 1059 E. 10000 S. in Archer.
It’s roadwork season again. So what can you expect to see as you’re driving around the Idaho Falls area?
Three years after its last eruption, Ledge geyser in Yellowstone National Park roared back to life April 28.
The victim from a recent shooting incident, Michael A. Ephram of Idaho Falls, age 23, died on Saturday from the injuries sustained in the shooting incident.
As of now, Idaho Falls' mayor plans to run for a third term when her current one is up in 2021.
The Leadership in Nuclear Energy Commission is scheduled to meet Thursday in Idaho Falls.
Q: I’m looking at buying a house outside of a city, and it uses water from a domestic well. Am I required to have a water right for that?
On May 13, JM Concrete will begin working on the W. Broadway Sidewalk Improvement Project from Memorial Drive to N. Yellowstone Avenue. The anticipated project duration is 45 days. The project includes the replacement of curb, gutter and sidewalks.
BOISE — A new governor takes office and is thrust into his first legislative session. Where does he turn for advice?
In 1988, the city of Idaho Falls formed a group of citizens whose charter would be to promote economic growth in blighted areas, through a tool called tax increment financing.
The lingering snowpack during March and April took its toll on eastern Idaho mule deer with below-average survival rates of fawns.
SALMON — If there are concerts here by accomplished musicians, if there are Shakespearean plays by talented actors and if there are public art projects that involve area youth, you can be fairly certain the entity behind the endeavors is the Salmon Arts Council.
A clever hack being used by river runners to protect their cars at the Corn Creek Boat Launch on the upper Salmon River has drawn the ire of officials on the Salmon-Challis National Forest.
People who have paper waste they would like to dispose of can bring it to the Kingston Plaza parking lot today.
Actual revenue collections in Idaho surged in April, as expected, but not enough to fully offset the accumulated shortfalls from earlier in the year.
A Backcountry Adventure Workshop Series is being held this month to teach adventurers to make wise decisions, avoid trouble with big critters and watch out for nasty weather.
Josh Chandler, a local lawyer, has filed a lawsuit against Idaho Falls School District 91, the district’s Board of Trustees and Rockwell Homes. The lawsuit claims a land swap between the school district and the developer was illegal.
DRIGGS — Erik Ohlson was sentenced Friday to 25 years fixed for the 2016 murder of Driggs resident Jennifer Nalley.
Gov. Brad Little has chosen a new judge for the Seventh Judicial District.
Experts on addiction treatment and former addicts both shared their stories Friday to a packed room of sympathetic ears in Idaho Falls.
POCATELLO — While Lorraine Bowen was on a Utah skiing vacation, police said three children broke into her home to wreak havoc, later attempting to burn her house down to cover their tracks.