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Hanuted Lab Aims to Teach Kids Physics

We're just about a week away from Halloween, and while you can find haunted houses and corn mazes all around East Idaho, one Pocatello attraction is using science to scare.

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Candidates for Superintendent of Public Instruction Debate 
The two candidates who are running to be the next superintendent of public instruction faced each other Tuesday night at a public debate.
ISU Football Game Attendance On the Rise  
Bengal touchdowns have become familiar sight at Holt Arena as the team is undefeated at home, 4-3 on the season, and enjoying their most successful season since 2005.
Yellowstone Construction Almost Completed
Drivers traveling Yellowstone Avenue in Pocatello may have noticed something different. Crews have completed paving the main stretch of road.
Local Woman Discovers Her Grandfather's Time Capsule
A local woman from Chubbuck found some history on her great, great grandfather through a time capsule she found out about through old documents passed down to her through the generations.
School Bus Stop Sign (Deanne Coffin)
Bus Cam Could Land You in Court 
This week is national bus safety week, and safety officials in Bonneville School District 93 want drivers to be more careful approaching stopped school buses.
Construction Truck Tips Over
Tuesday morning around 8:30, a construction truck tipped over on Olympus Drive and Chubbuck road in Pocatello.
Partial Eclipse Takes Place Thursday
A partial solar eclipse will take place on Thursday, and weather permitting, will be visible across all of the United States with the exception of New England.
Legislative Dist. 28 & 29 Candidate Forum 
Candidates who are asking for your vote in November spent Monday night talking about the topics that are at the forefront of this election.
(Deanne Coffin)
Pocatello rated most exciting city in Idaho  
Movoto Real Estate posted the top 10 most exciting places in Idaho to their blog and Pocatello received the top prize.
18-Month-Old Dies In Canal  
Authorities say a 18-month-old girl went missing from a house at 4475 East Iona on Saturday morning. Neighbors say the little girl didn't live there and was being watched by the woman who lives in the house.

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