Small earthquake jolts southeast Idaho
A small earthquake jolted parts of southeastern Idaho and western Wyoming. The U.S. Geological Survey says the temblor measured at 3.6 magnitude occurred late Wednesday on the Idaho side of the Idaho-Wyoming border.
Wed May 15, 2013
KBCI CBS 2
Woman: Union Pacific stiffed her on wages because she's a woman
A southeast Idaho woman has filed a federal lawsuit seeking $350,000 from Union Pacific railroad, contending she was discriminated against with unfair wage practices because of her gender.
Sun May 12, 2013
Good Samaritan attacked on E. Idaho Interstate
Eastern Idaho authorities are looking for a couple police say attacked a man and stole his wallet after he stopped on Interstate 86 to help when he spotted what appeared to be a disabled vehicle.
Fri May 10, 2013
KMVT Twin Falls
Local Control Towers to Remain Open Temporarily
Hailey, Idaho We have good news for local control towers here in Idaho. That's because the Transportation Department is keeping 149 control towers at small airports open at least through September 30th.
Thu May 09, 2013
Local NEWS 8
Pocatello man claims he discovered rare Ansel Adams photo
One Pocatello man knows the meaning of the old adage and how one person's trash can be another's national treasure.
Sun May 05, 2013
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Fri May 03, 2013
KIDK CBS 3
Pocatello event promotes sexual assault awareness
The event, coordinated by Idaho State University's Anderson Gender Resource Center, was held to raise awareness of sexual assault.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Local NEWS 8
Proposed ordinance to crack-down on soliciting, panhandlers
As the weather starts getting warmer, some Pocatello neighborhoods might start to notice an ever-increasing amount of door-to-door sales people knocking at their doors.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
KMVT Twin Falls
National Weather Service Radars Get Major Upgrade
Twin Falls, Idaho Doppler radar has been in place across the United States for the last 20 years.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Book review: 'Mr. Monk Gets Even' takes readers to the end of the line
"Mr. Monk Gets Even," the last in a mystery series featuring the obsessive-compulsive detective who solves homicide puzzles by paying attention to tiny details, proves to be an unexpected journey.
Task force getting ideas on education reform from across the state
The Governor's Task Force for Improving Education has been criss-crossing the state, holding public forums on one of the most passionately-debated issues in Idaho.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
New surgery available at BMH
Leslie Mielke Kurt Birkenhagen, M.D., holds the titanium ring that treats chronic reflux disease when placed surgically around the sphincter muscle at the top of the stomach.
Caller threatens Idaho's Exchange Board
The 19-member board that will oversee Idaho's insurance exchange met for the first time Monday to review its role and exchange stories about an anonymous caller who threatened its members with a lawsuit.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
Local NEWS 8
Pocatello Kennel Club hosts annual canine competition
People from all over southeast Idaho came out to show-off their four-pawed furry friends who have been competing in various events to practice as they gear-up for the upcoming, four-day competition in Blackfoot this summer.
Sat Apr 20, 2013
LGBT Antidiscrimination Bill Fails in Pocatello, Idaho
A proposed new ordinance designed to protect the LGBT community in Pocatello, Idaho from discrimination in housing, accommodations, and employment, was rejected on April 18.
Thu Apr 18, 2013
A Small Town in Idaho Debates LGBT Nondiscrimination Bill
Pocatello, Idaho, a small town in southeastern Idaho, is looking to pass an LGBT nondiscrimination bill at a city council meeting tonight - a bill set to "protect members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community when it comes to housing, employment or public accommodations," according to the Idaho State Journal .