Tribes discuss economic development
Bob Hudson Bingham County commissioner Mark Bair visits with Roger Chase of the Bingham Economic Development Corporation and Jacquee Ellsworth during the Shoshone-Bannock economic symposium on Wednesday.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
KIDK CBS 3
Derailed train blocks Blackfoot traffic
Four Union Pacific cars went off the tracks when they were backing up Tuesday morning, the Bingham County Sheriff's Office said.
School crosswalk now safer
Morning News-Lisa Lete Just in time for 'back to school,' a new sign with a radio controlled flashing light has been installed in the crosswalk adjoining Blackfoot High School and the LDS seminary building.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Gun safety after Idaho boy shot
A seven-year-old Idaho boy remains in critical condition tonight after an accidental shooting Saturday.
Couple witnesses history first hand
Henry Miles and his wife Carol didn't know what to expect when Wednesday, Aug. 28, 1963 arrived.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Blackfoot man recalls WWII
Bob Hudson Dyle Clark, a 94-year-old veteran of World War II, examines his notes as he talks about his experiences during that conflict.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Blackfoot School Board assesses flood damage
Morning News-Lisa Lete Concerned patron Louise Johnston of Blackfoot questioned the Blackfoot School District about the district's "Common Core" preparedness at the Blackfoot School Board meeting on Thursday evening.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
More food wanted
Lisa Lete MaeDawn Young and other volunteers passed out food to those in need at the Community Food Pantry at the Blackfoot Senior Citizens Center on Wednesday.
Sheriff's officers investigating homicide
The Bingham County Sheriff and his deputies are following leads in a murder case.
Property owners to see tax increase
Morning News-Lisa Lete Bingham County resident and local attorney Justin Oleson emphasizes a point while shedding some thoughts on City of Blackfoot's proposed budget at a public hearing Tuesday night.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Catholic celebration draws a crowd
Morning News-Lisa Lete It was a perfect summer day to enjoy a Mexican- flavored snow cone such as Tamarindo, Horchata or guava.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Ash Street construction may be done by Fair Week
Leslie Mielke On Thursday, the City of Blackfoot transportation department worked to complete the final process of grading, called "blue topping," on Ash Street.
KBCI CBS 2
Investigation into 5-year-old girl's shooting death advances
A southeast Idaho police chief says all the information gathered on the fatal accidental shooting of a 5-year-old girl by another 5-year-old is being turned over to the Bannock County Prosecutor's Office.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Chamber members get INL update
Bob Hudson Jason Bright of Bright Pest Control answers a question for Andrea Jeffery at a trade table during Wednesday's Greater Blackfoot Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Snake River students learn about health professions
Leslie Mielke Chiropractor Val Ellis from Ellis Chiropractic Health and Rehabilitation in Blackfoot shows how he knows a joint is mobile or stiff by using each student's arm during the Snake River Health Career Expo on Tuesday.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Edit: Loaded Guns Aren't Child's Play
Children are curious creatures, often peeping through closets and boxes in high or low places.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Flood damage hit homes and businesses hard
Many homes and business throughout the area were severely damaged due to a flash flood that hit the Blackfoot area on Wednesday.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Utah vet recalls battles, lost friends from WWII
Quentin Murdock still loves to work around his farm west of Blackfoot, Idaho, he just does it on a smaller scale these days.
Storm, flood soak Blackfoot
A flash flood hit Blackfoot Wednesday afternoon following an intense downpour. On Wednesday, Chief Deputy Jeff Gardner with the Bingham County Sheriff's office asked people to stay home if at all possible.