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Idaho Falls is home to the Idaho National Laboratory, an internationally renowned research center that employs more than 8,000 people. It was previously named the National Reactor Testing Station when it opened in 1949. In early 1961, three men died in the reactor room after a main nuclear control rod was removed from a reactor. This remains as the U.S.'s only fatal nuclear reactor accident.
Local Newspapers: Post Register
Local Sports Teams: Idaho Falls Chukars (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Eastern Idaho Technical College
Zip Codes associated with idaho falls, idaho:
83401 83402 83404 83406
Towns/Cities near idaho falls, idaho : Shelley Ammon Roberts Rigby Rexburg
US may want to keep Idaho nuclear waste plant running longer - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 PST
Nuclear waste is stored in underground containers May 11, 2015, at the Idaho National Laboratory near Idaho Falls, Idaho. U.S. officials are considering extending the use of the eastern Idaho nuclear waste treatment facility beyond its scheduled closure this year so it can repackage radioactive waste brought in from other states before it's sent to a permanent disposal site in New Mexico.Man with sex abuse conviction faces new charge
An Idaho Falls man with a history of child sex abuse was arrested March 6 for inappropriately touching a teen girl. The victim's mother reported the abuse to police in November after learning Jensen had touched the girl sexually several times, including in front of another minor child.Welcome back to the Jordan River Utah Temple
Sister Joy D. Jones and Elder Larry Y. Wilson teamed-up as "tour guides" Monday, walking reporters and photographers through the placid rooms and hallways of the newly renovated Jordan River Utah Temple. But for the two Church leaders, being inside the historic edifice signified more than simply assisting the media with their stories and reports.Sewer line project to affect Pioneer Road traffic
Pioneer Road will be reduced to one-lane as Pipeline Inspection Services makes improvements to the sewer line starting Monday. Construction will end on Saturday.Get out: Ways to spend your Saturday
Whether it's the "Imperial March" or America's classical music that sends a shiver down your spine or jazz that adds jive to your step, there are two concert offerings today. The Idaho Falls Symphony's family concert "Movie Music!" is at 2 p.m. at the Civic Auditorium, 501 S. Holmes Ave. This concert features music by John Williams, who did film scores for "Star Wars" and "Jaws" and many other compositions for various cinematic and TV productions.No charges in McVey shooting, letter indicates suicide by cop
Idaho Falls Police Chief Bryce Johnson speaks to members of the media Friday during a news conference covering the officer-involved shooting that occurred Jan. 23. Officer Earl Laughter fired one round from his department-issued Glock 17, 9 mm pistol, striking Shane McVey on his right shoulder. The bullet traveled into McVey's torso killing him.I.F. animal shelter seeks no-kill status by 2025
Danyelle Harker poses for a photo with a cat at the Idaho Falls Animal Shelter on Wednesday. John Roark / email@example.com Anyone looking to adopt or volunteer at the Idaho Falls Animal Shelter can call 208-612-8671 or visit at 2450 Hemmert Ave. to talk to shelter staff about how they can help.Red Cross hands out Real Heroes awards
Idaho Falls Police Department's Captain Steve Hunt and Volunteer Director, Shirlene Tomchak receive the Animal Rescue award during Red Crosses East Idaho Real Heroes award ceremony on Thursday. John Roark/ firstname.lastname@example.org Idaho Falls Police Department's Captain Steve Hunt and Volunteer Director, Shirlene Tomchak receive the Animal Rescue award during Red Crosses East Idaho Real Heroes award ceremony on Thursday.Idaho Falls City Council annexes 27 acres
The Idaho Falls City Council on Thursday approved the annexation of 27 acres near the corner of Township Road and Hitt Road. The land will be developed for residential housing, which is consistent with the city's comprehensive plan developed in 2013.SLC man credits divine intervention for leading him to person stuck in icy Snake River
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A recent Trump administration report on the science and technology-related highlights of President Donald Trump's first year in office lauds the restarting of an Idaho National Laboratory test reactor as one of the major accomplishments. The U.S. Department of Energy restarted the Transient Reactor Test Facility at its desert site west of Idaho Falls late last year.Minot zoo welcomes pair of camels
Pria is the female camel who comes from Fargo, and Cisco, from Idaho Falls, Idaho, celebrated his first birthday Tuesday. "Last year we knew Fargo was going to have one, and they had a baby girl and that's what we wanted, so we acted fast on that one and got her.I.F. man sentenced for relationship with teen
Christopher Michael Clingerman, 24, was arrested in June after the Idaho Falls Police Department learned he had been seen kissing and groping a 13-year-old girl. The two were in a dating relationship.Planning Commission approves zoning changes
This is the first time the city's zoning ordinance has been updated since the 1960s and planning staff have been holding public meetings on the changes for the past couple months. "If we never change the code then we'll never get the kind of development we want in the community," commission member George Swaney said.Idaho Falls doctor converts historic LDS chapel to healing center
Dr. Jeff Baker, right, is pictured with his wife, Marcell, in front of the restored Third Ward building that now houses The Healing Sanctuary. IDAHO FALLS, Idaho - Dr. Jeff Baker said he didn't realize what he was getting himself into when he took the leap of faith to restore a 90-year-old LDS church building and open a medical clinic.At Gov. Butch Otter's Request, Idaho Senator Goes to Crazy Lengths to Kill CBD Oil Bill
"The governor's office does not want to hear this bill....The state police do not want to hear this bill," committee chairman explains behind closed doors. Drug warriors triumphed over another effort to legalize cannabidiol oil, a marijuana extract, in Idaho after a wild legislative committee hearing ended with a possible violation of the state's open meeting laws.D93 to vote on new middle school next week
Chad Canon, in green coat, asks questions to the board during the District 93 bond meeting on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. John Roark/ email@example.com Samantha Williams of D93 News records the District 93 bond meeting on Tuesday, February 27, 2018.D93 fourth-graders get snow for their skis
Elizabeth Escobar leads the pack as she cross country skis with classmates during Lisa Cornelsen's fourth-grade class at Cloverdale Elementary School on Tuesday. John Roark / firstname.lastname@example.org Yuridia Trejo-Garcia cross country skis with classmates during Lisa Cornelsen's fourth-grade class at Cloverdale Elementary School on Tuesday.Bill to keep guns away from abusers fails
After an emotional debate, the Idaho House on Tuesday narrowly rejected legislation to mirror federal law by barring those convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence against an intimate partner from possessing guns for two years. Rep. Melissa Wintrow, D-Boise, the bill's lead sponsor, noted that Utah passed similar legislation last year with a Republican senator sponsoring it; 28 states have done the same with bipartisan backing.JFAC sets graduate medical ed budget, exceeds governor's proposal,...
Legislative budget writers today approved a boost in funding for medical residencies in Idaho next year, exceeding Gov. Butch Otter's recommendation, but stopping well short of a larger boost requested as part of a new 10-year plan from the state Board of Education for graduate medical education in Idaho. "This is a much more incremental approach," said Rep. Wendy Horman, R-Idaho Falls, who proposed the successful budget motion; it was seconded by Sen. Janie Ward-Engelking, D-Boise, and crafted by a working group that also included Reps.
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