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Police investigating report of peeping Tom in Pocatello neighborhood
Pocatello Police are investigating a report of a peeping Tom in one local neighborhood. Police received a report last week of a person wearing dark clothes around the Von Elm Apartments near Highland High School. The person is described as a 5’ 10” to 6’ tall, clean shaven male.
Community calendar: Jan. 16-17
n Portneuf Medical Center will host the Work It Scrubs and Shoe Sale from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today on the first floor mezzanine. Everyone is invited to come shop for scrubs, shoes, nursing accessories, compression socks and more.
WINTER STORM WARNINGS, WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES DECLARED FOR EAST IDAHO
The National Weather Service has issued multiple winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories in anticipation of a snowstorm that could dump up to a foot of snow on much of East Idaho and make travel through parts of the region impossible.
MOD Pizza Coming to Pocatello
Construction is underway on a new pizza chain restaurant that is opening in Pocatello in the coming months. MOD Pizza is expanding business to Pocatello and will be located at 4050 Yellowstone Avenue, at the intersection of Pole Line Road where the old Taco John's used to be.
Idaho's courts facing 'critical' and 'dire' needs
BOISE — Idaho’s courts are facing “critical” and “dire” needs, state courts administrative Director Sara Thomas told lawmakers on Wednesday. Thomas said positions for court reporters, who are required by both the state and U.S. Constitutions, are going unfilled for months and even years, because Ida
SNAP recipients will receive benefits for February, uncertain for March
POCATELLO, Idaho, (KIFI/KIDK) - After weeks of speculation, beneficiaries of the Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program (SPAP), will receive their food stamps for the month of February. The partial government shutdown had thousands of people in Idaho worried about whether they would receive thei
Rifle made by Pocatello craftsmen sets sales record
A custom rifle made by a father-and-son team from Pocatello sold for a record $260,000 at auction during the Jan. 12 Safari Club International Hunters Convention in Reno, Nevada.
Charter school officials discuss plan to move into mall
CHUBBUCK -- School administrators with Gem Prep: Pocatello have the luxury of thinking big as they plan for the future, now that they're poised to move into the nearly 2-acre former Sears location in Pine Ridge Mall.
Bannock County Republicans to host annual Lincoln Day Celebration
POCATELLO – On Saturday, Feb. 2, the Bannock County Republicans will host their annual Lincoln Day dinner at the ISU Ballroom. The Lincoln Day dinner includes an auction and gun drawing and the opportunity to meet and interact with Idaho’s elected Republican officials.
Freezing Rain Effects on the Roads
With a chance of rain and snow over Wednesday and Thursday, the roads will be especially messy, and Pocatello's traffic department is paying special attention to the threat of freezing rain as drivers will have more to worry about on their way to work.
Pocatello man arrested in Idaho Falls, charged with drug trafficking
IDAHO FALLS — Bonneville County sheriff’s deputies arrested a 53-year-old Pocatello man over the weekend for alleged drug trafficking. The incident began when they stopped John H. Ahmann for a traffic violation in the area of Houston Circle, near Broadway, in Idaho Falls, according to a police news
A Different Cup finds new home
Three years after moving to Pocatello, Heather and Brandon Wilcox, the owners of A Different Cup, hope their coffee shop has found its permanent home. The Wilcoxes initially opened A Different Cup on Main Street shortly after they moved here from San Diego. They offered specialty coffee including co
Investigations into local officer-involved shootings have concluded but no info yet released
The investigations into two officer-involved shootings in November have concluded and are now under review by Eastern Idaho prosecutors. An Eastern Idaho Critical Incident Team that was asked to investigate an officer-involved shooting in Chubbuck has turned its findings over to Power County Prosecu
Idaho Falls man allegedly rapes woman after she repeatedly tells him no
IDAHO FALLS — An Idaho Falls man is accused of raping a woman in her home after she repeatedly told him no. Jordan Corona-Guerrero, 22, is charged with one count of felony rape. If convicted, Corona-Guerrero faces life in prison.
HS boys bball: Century beats Highland for first time since 2014
POCATELLO — Century broke through against its crosstown rival. The Diamondbacks picked up a 53-41 home win Wednesday against Highland, snapping their nine-game losing streak to the Rams. It is the D-backs' first win over their Gate City foe since January 2014.
Local moms getting closer to opening children’s museum in Chubbuck
Almost a year ago, KPVI brought you the story of two moms who dreamed of opening a non-profit children's museum in Chubbuck. Now, Melody Daniels and Natali McKee have raised $20,000 dollars in cash donations, have a board of directors, and have a name: "My World Discovery Museum"
Blackfoot man accused of burglary
BLACKFOOT — A 26-year-old Blackfoot man was arrested on a charge of burglary on Saturday. Bingham County sheriff’s deputies took Michael T. Lafavor into custody after he allegedly entered Tri-County Builders, located on Highway 39, and stole gas from a vehicle outside, said Sheriff Craig T. Rowland.
Rupert woman wins $100,000 Idaho Lottery prize
PAUL — A Rupert woman won “The Whole Shebang” game and took home $100,000 from the Idaho Lottery. On Monday, Jennifer Rodriguez stopped by the Paul Oasis Stop ‘N Go for a few items, including a single $10 scratch-off ticket for the game, according to a press release issued by the lottery.
'Lethal Control' film details Wildlife Services' deadly use of M-44's
A University of Montana graduate student has recently produced a documentary chronicling a federal government agency’s use of a highly poisonous chemical that a Pocatello teen was exposed to and watched his dog die from.
Take a walk on the wild side; become a master naturalist
If you are a lover of golf, you have undoubtedly watched the Masters Tournament a time or two. If you have a green thumb (on each hand) and have received some extra training in horticulture, you might be a Master Gardener. You may have earned a master's degree, watched Masterpiece Theatre or have a