REXBURG — Local lawmakers spent part of a town hall Monday arguing in favor of making the state’s ballot initiative laws stricter, while also addressing issues including education funding, water rights and compensation for the wrongfully convicted.

POCATELLO — Pocatello City Council President Jim Johnston is championing a long-shot plan he’s convinced would result in big municipal savings, thereby easing a weighty tax burden on many Bannock County residents.

The partially melted reactor core from the worst nuclear accident in U.S. history could remain in Idaho for another 20 years if regulators finalize a license extension sought by the U.S. Energy Department, officials said Monday.

The urban renewal area that covers much of downtown and the west bank of the Snake River has been closed.

This weekend is one for the kids with the fall opening of the popular U-Pick Red Barn, a family friendly BMX show, kids fair and car show.

Teton Valley hosts the largest population of staging sandhill cranes in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, a fact that the Teton Regional Land Trust wants to celebrate during its Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival, a series of events from Monday to Saturday that combine conservation with sel…

The Idaho Falls City Council has passed an ordinance shifting the responsibility for performing a yearly safety inspection on taxicabs away from the police.

Bonneville County Sheriff’s deputies and Idaho Falls Fire Department personnel responded at approximately 8 a.m. Thursday to a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of 113th South and First East in Bonneville County.

The U.S. Department of Energy has opened public comment on a draft environmental assessment to expand Idaho National Laboratory's National Security Test Range and Radiological Response Training Range.

Justin Lancaster rolls out of bed in the morning and sits down at the computer next to his desk. Maybe his cat walks around his chair and maybe he starts playing music to help him focus on reading.

Two local lawmakers are on a new legislative panel that will study Idaho’s property tax structure and look at ways to reduce property taxes.

We live in an exciting and ever-changing world, and the news media business is not immune to change. New approaches can be much better, but sometimes hard to get used to.

The city of Idaho Falls is considering buying the stockyard on Northgate Mile, and a new police station is among the possible uses city officials are weighing for the property.

For some, it could be a kibosh on certain high altitude activities. For others, news of the first accumulating snow of the season is reason to do a little celebration dance.

BOISE — Three out-of-state truckers — who originally faced felony marijuana trafficking charges for moving hemp through Ada County — will likely plead to misdemeanors, serve no more jail time, and remain on unsupervised probation.

Idaho National Laboratory’s cleanup contractor says there won’t be any involuntary layoffs at this time.

MOOSE, Wyo. — Grand Teton National Park Rangers conducted a rescue operation over the past weekend. Teton Interagency Dispatch Center received an emergency call from a climber that was stranded on the Middle Teton at approximately 7:45 p.m. Saturday, September 7.

Motorized electric bicycles may soon be humming along serene trails in national parks and other public lands nationwide. It’s part of a new Trump administration order — hotly opposed by many outdoors groups — that will allow e-bikes on every federal trail where a regular bike can go.

The application process has opened for the 2019 Citizens’ Law Academy organized by the Seventh District Bar Association and the Idaho Law Foundation.

The House Republican leadership and Republican House members from districts 34 and 35 plan to hold a town hall in Rexburg on Sept. 16, the latest in a series they have been holding across the state.

Music flows through the city with County Line at Frosty Gator and the Idaho Falls Symphony performing at Freeman Park.