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Washington, D.C. — Idaho Senator Mike Crapo will be holding a series of town meetings in Eastern Idaho this week. Friday at noon he will be at the American Falls District Library. Then at 2pm, he will hold a town meeting at the Pocatello City Council Chambers. On Saturday he makes his way up to […]
Idaho Falls, Idaho — The Idaho Falls Police need your help to find a man that kidnapped and raped a 14 year old boy. The man is described as 5’9” tall, dark brown skin and short dark brown hair. Was clean shaven and smelled strongly of cigarette smoke. He was driving a white van with […]
Boise, Idaho — Idaho budget writers have approved a nearly $3.6 million stopgap measure to maintain broadband access in public high schools for at least another four months. The Joint Finance Appropriations Committee voted Tuesday to provide funding to reimburse schools for procuring their own broadband service throughout fiscal year 2015. Earlier this month, a […]
Boise, Idaho — The Idaho Senate has passed a measure that would shut down roughly 250 instant horse racing terminals installed in three locations around Idaho must be shut down. One them in Idaho Falls. Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill argued that the terminals are too similar to an illegal slot machine. The bill now […]
Boise, Idaho — A House panel has introduced a sweeping new transportation funding bill, seeking to raise almost $200 million per year to maintain Idaho’s crumbling roads and bridges. The bill aims to cover most of the state’s $262 million annual transportation shortfall. The legislation would raise the state’s gas tax by 8 cents in […]
Boise, Idaho — Currently, an Idaho Drivers license could keep you off a commercial flight. Legislation seeking to avoid that problem is headed to the House for approval. If passed in both chambers, the bill would allow Idaho’s transportation agency to request a one-year extension to conform to the federal government’s identification law. In 2008, […]
Boise, Idaho — You are on your own. That is the message from state lawmakers to schools across the state. Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill told nearly 200 Idaho public school trustees that the state’s broadband project will go dark Feb. 22. This means districts will need to implement their own emergency plan immediately if […]
Rexburg, Idaho — A Rexburg teen may have just set a new standard for Valentine’s Day. Madison Junior High student Keegan Wolfe said he didn’t want any girl in his school to not have a valentine, so the 14 year old gave a valentine baloon to all 650 girls in the school. With a little help […]
Idaho Falls, Idaho — An Idaho Falls is business is out more than $2,800 after being robbed. The Idaho Falls police department is investigating a burglary at McNeil Development. The crime happened sometime between Wednesday and Thursday night. Currently, there are no suspects. If you know anything about this call the IFPD at 529-1200.
Tetonia, Idaho — A local man is facing felony charges after a stabbing Thursday night in Tetonia. Timothy Gray stabbed a 43 year old man several times before fleeing police in the victim’s truck. The Teton County Sheriff’s office, with the help of Idaho State Police, arrested the 26 year old Gray after a car […]
Idaho Falls, Idaho — More people are flying in and out of the Idaho Falls Regional Airport. The city announced Thursday that the number of fliers in 2014 was up 12 percent from 2013. The city owned airport is looking for more big things in the future. It received a $500,000 grant to establish a […]
Idaho Fall, Idaho — Runoff elections in Idaho Falls are staying put, at least for now. The City Council unanimously tabled the issue at their meeting Thursday night. They can bring it up again, but only after public comment. They had considered scrapping the Runoffs after some brought up concerns about how much they cost.
Boise, Idaho — The future of instant racing machines in Idaho took a huge hit Wednesday. The Senate State Affairs Committee voted 8-1 to push along a bill that would ban the betting machines. The Committee heard five hours of testimony from both sides of issue. The bill now heads to the full senate.
Boise, Idaho — About 500 people are expected on the Statehouse steps at noon Thursday for the “keep public lands in public hands” rally. The Idaho Legislature has been exploring options to attempt to transfer control of most federal public lands to the state, with backers saying the state could do a better job and […]
Pocatello, Idaho — Several people came to the Bannock County Courthouse Wednesday night to let the County Commissioners know how they feel about the North Bannock County Fair being suspended. After hearing from those who came out, the Commissioners stood by their decision. The South Bannock County Fair, held in Downey, will go on as […]
Rigby, Idaho – Not Guilty. That is the plea put in by Jefferson County Sheriff Blair Olsen during his court appearance Wednesday. Olsen is facing charges for allegedly using public money to personal use. He could face up to 47 years in prison and $35,000 in fines. His next court date is May 11.
Pocatello, Idaho — Radio Shack will be closing more than 1,700 stores nationwide. Three of them are in Eastern Idaho. The Chubbuck, Pocatello, and Rexburg locations will be closing their doors. Radio Shack has been struggling for some time and recently filed for bankruptcy.
Idaho Falls, Idaho — The Idaho Falls Regional Airport may be getting a rebrand. On Monday the Idaho Falls City Council heard some proposals for a new marketing plan for the city owned airport. One change could be a new name. The city is looking to urge travellers to fly out of Idaho Falls instead […]
Truckee, California – The man accused in the New Year’s Day shooting in Idaho Falls that left Anna Rae Ponce dead is due in a California court Thursday morning. Kevin McQuillams will appear before a judge, who will determine if McQuilliams is the man that Bonneville County is looking for. If the judge does determine that […]
Boise, Idaho — Idaho’s strict anti-marijuana laws are making it harder to recruit potential troppers from out of state. That is according to some Idaho law enforcement officials. They say Idaho is losing out to other states with more lax marijuana laws. Currently, Idaho rejects applicants who have had natural or synthetic marijuana in […]