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Alabama Moms Meet After Facebook Apology for Kids’ Behavior Goes Viral

ABC News(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) -- Thanks to the "power of social media," two Alabama moms met on Monday, just days after one of the…

Former Police Chief Says He Feared FLDS Church Leaders

Former Police Chief Says He Feared FLDS Church Leaders

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- A former police chief who served the twin towns that the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-Day Saints dominates is coming forward…

Coast Guard Rescues Nine Crew Members from Tourist Pirate Ship

Coast Guard Rescues Nine Crew Members from Tourist Pirate Ship

US Coast Guard/Petty Officer 3rd Class Ross Ruddell (GLOUCESTER, Mass.) -- The Coast Guard endured rough seas and winds to rescue nine crewmen…

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(Courtesy Idaho Education News) BOISE — State superintendent Sherri Ybarra drew glowing reviews from the House Education Committee Monday after briefing lawmakers on her efforts to seek flexibility…

(Courtesy BizMojo Idaho) IDAHO FALLS — Fuji Japanese Hibachi & Sushi has opened at 2625 S. 25th East, in the Teton Spectrum where Game World used to be.…

(Courtesy Brigham Young University-Idaho) REXBURG ­— Elder Robert C. Gay, a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,…

(Courtesy Idaho Education News) BOISE — Legislative budget writers Friday voted to increase K-12 spending by 7.4 percent and boost teacher salaries by $33.5 million next year. Under…

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Mural produced for 1964 World’s Fair finds home at BYUI

Mitt Romney talks family, treating blindness, Evander Holyfield fight

IFPD officers honored for saving man

Pocatello continues crack sealing project

Rigby woman arrested for burglary

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Lawmakers praise Ybarra’s push for federal waiver

Lawmakers praise Ybarra’s push for federal waiver

(Courtesy Idaho Education News) BOISE — State superintendent Sherri Ybarra drew glowing reviews from the House Education Committee Monday after briefing lawmakers on her efforts to seek flexibility…

Japanese restaurant opens in Teton Spectrum

Japanese restaurant opens in Teton Spectrum

(Courtesy BizMojo Idaho) IDAHO FALLS — Fuji Japanese Hibachi & Sushi has opened at 2625 S. 25th East, in the Teton Spectrum where Game World used to be.…

BYUI announces commencement speaker

BYUI announces commencement speaker

(Courtesy Brigham Young University-Idaho) REXBURG ­— Elder Robert C. Gay, a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,…

JFAC calls for 7.4 percent school funding increase

JFAC calls for 7.4 percent school funding increase

(Courtesy Idaho Education News) BOISE — Legislative budget writers Friday voted to increase K-12 spending by 7.4 percent and boost teacher salaries by $33.5 million next year. Under…

Mural produced for 1964 World’s Fair finds home at BYUI

Mural produced for 1964 World’s Fair finds home at BYUI

(Courtesy Brigham Young University-Idaho) REXBURG ­­­— A mural originally produced for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ pavilion at the 1964 New York World’s Fair now…

Mitt Romney talks family, treating blindness, Evander Holyfield fight

Mitt Romney talks family, treating blindness, Evander Holyfield fight

NEW YORK – Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has an unassuming member of his family helping him prepare to fight retired boxer Evander Holyfield. Romney spoke about…

IFPD officers honored for saving man

IFPD officers honored for saving man

IDAHO FALLS – Two Idaho Falls police officers were honored at City Council meeting for saving a mans life. Officers Jason Miller and Steven Avery responded to a…

Pocatello continues crack sealing project

Pocatello continues crack sealing project

POCATELLO – The City of Pocatello will continue crack sealing streets next week. From March 30, 2015 through Friday, April 3, 2015, crews will focus on the following…

Rigby woman arrested for burglary

Rigby woman arrested for burglary

IDAHO FALLS – A Rigby woman is facing burglary charges after she allegedly stole items from Macys at Grand Teton Mall. Twenty-five‐year‐old Whitney Zahrn was arrested Thursday night.…

Idaho Falls woman admits to stealing dead mother’s benefits

Idaho Falls woman admits to stealing dead mother’s benefits

POCATELLO – An Idaho Falls woman pleaded guilty Thursday to theft of government funds. Wendy Banks, 55, admitted that between June 2009 and January 2014, she stole over…

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