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Gate City Youth Soccer has Record Numbers

Gate City Youth Soccer saw record breaking numbers this year in their recreational league, but more athletes participating means more coaches are needed. The Director of Recreation caught up with us today to tell how they were able to raise both numbers, and quality, of the Portneuf Valley Soccer Club.

Onlookers Flock to See Jackson Hole Slide  

Updated: 4/18/2014 5:54:28 PM

Portneuf Valley Environmental Fair 2014

Updated: 4/18/2014 4:13:00 PM

Portneuf Valley Environmental Fair (Deanne Coffin)
Jensen's Grove Stocked for Anglers

Updated: 4/18/2014 2:21:47 PM

A family watches as fish are stocked at Jensen's Grove in Blackfoot
Complications Continue with Slide in Jackson

Updated: 4/18/2014 11:57:51 AM

(Town of Jackson)
Lowest Idaho Unemployment in 5 1/2 Years

Updated: 4/18/2014 10:54:30 AM

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(Town of Jackson)
Work Slows on Jackson Slide Buttress
Near continuous falling gravel has made it difficult for crews to make progress on building a buttress to try and stop a slow-moving landslide.
Despite Attempt in Northern Idaho, Don't Expect Poker at Ft. Hall Anytime Soon
The Coeur d'Alene tribe in northern Idaho is attempting to add poker to its casino. Whatever happens with that case, will have no bearing on the Ft. Hall casino.
NCAA Food Rule (Deanne Coffin)
NCAA Proposes Unlimited Meals for College Athletes 
Just recently there has been a proposal made by the NCAA to specify that universities may provide meals and snacks to student-athletes as an incentive to participation in their sports programs. KPVI News 6 Reporter Deanne Coffin visited ISU to find out how this will effect local college athletes.
Higher Education Costs Rise Again for Idaho Students  
The cost of higher education in Idaho is getting higher each year. Wednesday, the State Board of Education approved tuition increases for all of the state's universities.
Update: Two Critically Injured in Thursday's Rollover Crash
A spokeswoman for the Shoshone Bannock Tribes says two people were critically injured in a rollover accident Thursday along Interstate 15.
Meridian Man Pleads Guilty to Drug-Fueled Attack Charges
A western Idaho man who was facing a slew of charges after seriously injuring two people, harming three others, and a dog last year has pleaded guilty to some of the charges.
N. Idaho tribe says state poker ban doesn't apply
The Coeur d'Alene Tribe in northern Idaho plans to offer poker after deciding Idaho's constitutional ban on the game doesn't apply to the tribal-owned casino.
(Madison Fire Dept. )
Fire in Rexburg Does $30K in Damage
A structure fire in Rexburg posed a significant problem for fire crews as it burned right next to a large haystack.
ISU Tuition and Fees to Rise 3.5%
Tuition and fees at Idaho State University will now run more than $6,000 per year, after the state board of education approved a tuition increase.
Jackson Slide Still Moving as Crews Create Buttress
Crews worked Wednesday on barriers so work can begin on the buttress to secure the slow-moving landslide in Jackson, Wyoming.

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