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School District Using New Technology in Classroom 

Wireless devices like tablets, interactive phones, and laptops have been taking the technology industry by storm in the past few years. And just recently, school administrators have been using those devices to educate students. Now a pilot program in the Pocatello/Chubbuck School District is doing just that.

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Flu-Related Deaths Spike in Idaho 
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reports the number of flu-related deaths has jumped to 16, up from just three as of January 8th.
Road Work Continues on Yellowstone Project 
Two new stoplights are being installed in Pocatello as part of the ongoing Yellowstone construction project.
'Napoleon Dynamite' school bus ends up at charter school
A southeast Idaho charter school that purchased a second-hand bus from a public school has discovered it's the same bus used in the 2004 quirky comedy movie "Napoleon Dynamite."
Bison hunt in Jackson Hole sets record
Hunters have killed about 300 bison in the Jackson Hole region during the just-completed hunting season.
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Rexburg robbery suspect killed in shootout with police
Authorities say a man who robbed a Rexburg drugstore at gunpoint was killed in a shootout with police.
Idaho Falls may drop run-off elections in city races
The Idaho Falls City Council is considering scrapping an ordinance that requires runoff elections for mayor and council seats.
Highland Rams Receive National Football Honor 
Friday morning the Highland High School Rams were presented with the Army National Guard National Rankings Trophy. The ceremony was part of the 10th annual MaxPreps Football Tour of Champions.
Caribou County Woman Arrested on AZ Sex Charges 
Marie Donaldson, a former Arizona school teacher living in Caribou County, is accused of 10 counts of sexual conduct with a minor.
Southwest Idaho man pleads guilty in murder-for-hire case
A southwest Idaho man accused of offering money for the murder of his ex-girlfriend has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of solicitation to commit aggravated battery.
Grizzly bear-human conflicts rise in Wyoming in 2014
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says it documented more problems with grizzly bears last year compared to the year before.

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