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(Town of Jackson) Complications Continue with Slide in Jackson

New information, new photos and video on how the damage has gotten worse.

Lowest Idaho Unemployment in 5 1/2 Years

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

Work Slows on Jackson Slide Buttress

Updated: 4/17/2014 8:57:40 PM

(Town of Jackson)
Higher Education Costs Rise Again for Idaho Students  

Updated: 4/17/2014 5:00:59 PM   1 comment Comments

N. Idaho tribe says state poker ban doesn't apply

Updated: 4/17/2014 10:50:28 AM

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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.
Idaho Falls Economy Continues to Grow Even After Center Partners Closing  
Back in January, we reported that Center Partners was closing their Idaho Falls call center. A tentative date of March 31st was set which gave workers just two months to find new jobs. According to a company spokesperson, they did in fact close their doors at the end of March.
Hundreds Missing after South Korean Ferry Sinks
Survivors of a ferry sinking off the coast of South Korea are describing how they jumped into the frigid water wearing life jackets and then swam to a nearby rescue boat.
Courtesy: KSL (KSL)
Utah Mom Gave Birth to Slain Infants at Home
Authorities say a Utah woman accused of concealing seven pregnancies before allegedly strangling or suffocating her newborns gave birth each time in her home.
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Idaho Falls Man Accused of Kidnapping Estranged Wife
An Idaho Falls man is facing multiple charges after police say he kidnapped his estranged wife.
Aquarium Sentenced for Trying to Illegally Import Animals
A Boise based aquarium has been sentenced to pay a $10,000 fine and serve three years of probation after it pleaded guilty to trying to illegally import animals from Florida.
Jackson road grading may have caused hill slide
A consultant says road grading projects may have contributed to a slow-moving landslide that has displaced nearly 60 residents and damaged homes and businesses.
Roads to Old Faithful set to open starting Friday
Spring plowing continues in Yellowstone National Park and people should be able to drive to Old Faithful starting Friday.
Congressional Candidates Tout Fundraising Abilities
The two men battling for the chance to be the Republican nominee in the race for Idaho’s Second Congressional District seat are now touting their fundraising efforts.
Earthquakes Continue To Rattle Challis
The center of the Gem State is shaking and that is causing concern for the residents who live there. Even more quakes shook the area yesterday and that has people wondering if this is a sign of a much larger one to come.

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