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​​​​​Fire crews in Jefferson County responded to reports of a garage fire late Tuesday night. [Read More]
Boys soccer, girls soccer... [Read More]
Idaho Falls School District 91 is making sure its students and employees stay safe in an emergency. Superintendent George Boland sent a letter to parents... [Read More]
The Bridger-Teton National Forest has issued an emergency area closure for the Marten Creek Fire burning in the Marten Creek drainage off the Greys River... [Read More]
The Caribou-Targhee National Forest is sending two engines to a wildfire in Island Park. [Read More]
Our next disturbance is rolling in for Wednesday, giving the Central Mountains a chance for showers, and more wind for the Snake River Plain. With... [Read More]
Unbelievable video out of Salem, New Hampshire. [Read More]
The Steamboat Geyser in Yellowstone National Park erupted for the 19th time in 2018 Monday morning. [Read More]
The Bonneville County Sheriff's Office reports two individuals broke into Starlite Skating on Sept 14th. [Read More]
All lanes of traffic have now been opened. [Read More]
Slightly above average high temperatures Tuesday, with plenty of sunshine and light breeze. A weak disturbance moves in for Wednesday, giving the Central Mountains... [Read More]
Girls soccer... [Read More]
Courtesy: Kalley Kinghorn-Bowen... [Read More]
The Madison County Sheriff's Office is investigating the killing of a colt in Thornton. [Read More]
In what is seeming to be a developing trend, another Bannock County resident has made a chain of purchases in the Old Town area of... [Read More]
Nonresident/second elk tags are selling fast and may sell out soon, according to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. [Read More]
Fremont County has decided to allow exemptions to burning restrictions for crop residue burning. [Read More]
Yellowstone National Park officials say they've ticketed a man caught on video walking dangerously close to Old Faithful geyser. [Read More]
Video courtesy Ashley Lemanski. [Read More]
U.S. Attorney Bart M. Davis announced two Pocatello men were sentenced on federal gun charges last Wednesday. [Read More]