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Sulton Sameer Bamoallem ISU resolves trespass and stalker allegations 

POCATELLO, Idaho -- Idaho State University has resolved the trespassing and stalking allegations of Sulton Bamoallem.

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Pet Doors (Deanne Coffin)
Pocatello Police Alert the Public About Pet Doors
Pocatello Police are urging folks with pet doors to be alert after a reported break-in where the suspect used the pet door to get into the house.
Moose on the Loose (Tina Nelson)
Locals See Moose on the Loose
Idaho Fish and Game tell KPVI News Six that it's not that uncommon to see wildlife come down from the mountains this time of year.
ISU Hosts Engineering Competition 
For the normal person, the process of building a canoe out of concrete and having it float would be a failed endeavor. But for an engineering student it's kind of like baking a cake.
X-Game athletes prepare for Ramp Riot 
The best freestyle motocross and BMX riders in the world are in Pocatello this weekend for Ramp Riot.
Pocatello urges residents to license their dogs 
Pocatello Animal Services estimates only about half of all dogs in the city are licensed, but aim to boost those numbers with discounted registration fees next month.
Runaway Jackson teen found safe
JACKSON, Wyo. -- Jackson police say a 16-year-old runaway has been found safe late Thursday night.
Elections (Deanne Coffin)
A Bill Signed to Move Presidential Primary From May to March
Governor Butch Otter signed a bill this week to move up Idaho's Presidential Primary from May to March.
Raleigh Dustin (Deanne Coffin)
Seven Year Old Injured in Alleged Hit and Run
A young Pocatello boy who chased a bubble in to the street says a driver hit him and drove away.
Chubbuck Fire Station (Ethan Wellhausen)
Chubbuck City Council holds meeting to discuss proposed Chubbuck/Pocatello fire department merger 
The Chubbuck City Council held a special meeting Wednesday with Chubbuck Fire Chief Eric King about the proposed merger between the Chubbuck and Pocatello fire departments.
ISU Displays Wireless Monitoring for Nuclear System Valves 
At a nuclear facility or a nuclear powered vessel, there are hundreds and even thousands of manual valves that have to be monitored by people. Today at Idaho State University, students with the Energy Systems Technology and Education Center demonstrated the future of wireless technology in the nuclear workforce.

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