2 hrs ago
Local NEWS 8
Pocatello museum to open unique Helicoprion exhibit
For the first time ever, one ancient, Idaho-based shark is coming to the Idaho Museum of Natural History in Pocatello.
12 hrs ago
Video: Idaho Shark Makes Land at ISU
Idaho's own native shark is set to take a bite out of visitors to the Idaho Museum of Natural History.
20 hrs ago
KCWY-DT, Satellites, Sold for $2 Million
The station has been purchased by Yellowstone Holdings LLC which is part of FrontierRadio Management Inc. The three satellites included in the deal are KCHY-LP Cheyenne, KSWY-LP Sheridan, and K14LK Laramie.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Woman sentenced for embezzling $100K from homeless shelter
A 36-year-old Chubbuck woman has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison for embezzling more than $100,000 from clients of a Pocatello homeless shelter.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Saint Patrick's Day
Also known as Barbary Bell, Barbary Belle, Barbary Belles, La Feile Naoim Patraic, La Feile Padraig, La Gheile Paidric, Old England For Ever, Perry's Victory, St. Partick's Day In The Morning March, St. Patrick's Day, St. Patrick's Day In The Morning, St. Patrick's Day.
Monterey County Herald
Volunteers to build Tatum's Garden playground in Salinas for special-needs kids
After many hours of driving on their vacation last summer, Salinas residents Shawn and Amanda Bakker and their three children stopped at a park in Pocatello, Idaho, to give everyone a break.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Idaho GOP Against Add the Words and Affordable Care Act, But For Party Oaths
McCall has never been known for keeping people indoors, but a few hundred Republican Party faithful are spending their weekend inside the McCall-Donnelly High School debating nearly three doze resolutions at their annual summer confab.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Seattle Gay News
Progress in Pocatello - Idaho city passes LGBT anti-discrimination ordinance
The new ordinance protects people from discrimination in areas of employment, housing, and public accommodations such as restaurants and stores.
Idaho man sentenced for vehicle theft, chase
An Idaho man who stole a truck in western Montana and led officers on a 30-mile chase to the slopes of a ski hill has been sentenced to 20 years with the Montana Department of Corrections with 15 suspended.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Pocatello woman rides $100,000 money train
Sandra Chacon came to the Idaho Lottery headquarters in Boise Tuesday afternoon to claim a $100,000 lottery prize.
A tale of two wards: Serving 'the least of these'
A man who sat next Farid Rushdi on a 90-minute bus ride shared with him a story of people at two churches.
The Patchwork Rainbow: Spotty Laws Mean Hidden Lives for Idaho's LGBT Community
Gloria wanted to buy something to commemorate what many women consider the most important day of their life.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Helper continues strong start at tourney
Helper traveled to Burley, Idaho for a three day tournament last week and came away with a 3-1 record that saw the team use a strong offense and tough pitching to come away with three wins.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Local NEWS 8
Pocatello offers free babysitting course for kids
Today and tomorrow the city of Pocatello is offering a free, two-day course for kids between 11 and 14 years old to teach them the skills they need before taking that next babysitting job.
KIDK CBS 3
Police: Pocatello woman died of self-inflicted wound
On Feb. 10, police responded to calls of an unconscious woman who was bleeding from the head outside her home on Jefferson Avenue.
Bigfoot Convention in Pocatello
Whether you're a staunch believer in Bigfoot or just mildly curious about the elusive creature, you'll want to check out the "Walking With Bigfoot" Convention at the Clarion Inn in Pocatello on June 15. Author Becky Cook, who grew up hearing stories of "Bigfoot on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation and wrote the book "Bigfoot Lives in Idaho," ... (more)
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Local NEWS 8
Annual high school rodeo draws hundreds
Nearly 300 rodeo contestants from around the state are saddling-up for the 17th annual Idaho High School Rodeo in Pocatello this week.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Pocatello, Idaho Passes LGBT Anti-Discrimination Ordinance
The City Council of Pocatello, Idaho voted 4-2 to pass an LGBT non-discrimination ordinance on Thursday night after a six hour meeting, Local 8 News reports : The version that passed Thursday has several changes.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
KBCI CBS 2
Pocatello adopts anti-discrimination rule
The city of Pocatello has passed an ordinance banning discrimination against a person because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.