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ISU Veterans Sanctuary Recognized by Military Magazine 

More accolades for Idaho State University on Thursday. The university has been named the top school in the 2015 Military Advanced Education Guide.

3 Idaho governor candidates to debate 

Updated: 10/30/2014 10:57:28 PM

A Financial Look at the Idaho Governor's Race  

Updated: 10/30/2014 10:52:38 PM

V.A. Clinic Prepares for Ebola 

Updated: 10/30/2014 1:36:10 PM

Police: Deaths of Utah family of 5 not accidental

Updated: 10/30/2014 7:53:37 AM

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ISU President Highlights Healthcare During State of the University Speech 
The President of Idaho State University, Arthur Vailas, took to the stage Wednesday at the Stephen's Performing Arts Center to give his annual State of the University speech.
Open Enrollment for Your Health Idaho Begins Nov. 15 
It's been one year since the state's health insurance exchange came online. But that exchange was tethered to the federal government's exchange.
Pocatello Start-Up Aims to Sound Like Success 
Some Pocatello residents need your help in getting their business off the ground.
Amy’s Kitchen to create 1000 jobs at former Heinz Plant 
Governor C.L. Butch Otter and local economic leaders announced Wednesday that California based Amy’s will move into the Heinz plant in Pocatello.
Staying Safe on Halloween: 101 
Keep your little Elsa's, Supermen, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles safe this Halloween with tips from the Pocatello Police Department.
Voting (Deanne Coffin)
High Number of Bannock County Citizens Voting Early  
Early walk-in voting began in Bannock County on September 22nd and runs through Friday at 5 PM. Election officials say it's been a good turn out so far.
Bonneville Co. Sheriff's Office needs help locating teen
Bonneville county law enformcement need help finding 15 year old Dakoda Harris
Charges Filed In BYU-I Threat
Joshua Tanner David, 19, a BYU-I student has been formally charged with Disturbance of the Peace.
(Idaho State Police)
Idaho police seize 150 pounds of pot from trucker
Idaho State Police have seized 150 pounds of marijuana from a commercial truck driver who reportedly said he had just an ounce of pot when a trooper stopped to check on the man.
Yellowstone interior roads closing next week
Visitors to Yellowstone National Park have only a few more days before roads will close to vehicle traffic for the season.

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