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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.

Population: 50730
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

Idaho Falls News
Public meetings set for zoning ordinance changes

The Idaho Falls Planning Division of the Community Development Services Department will hold public meetings for proposed zoning ordinance changes as part of the city's Comprehensive Plan created in 2013. There will be three meetings: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Jan. 24 at the Idaho Falls Public Library; 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Jan. 31 at Longfellow Elementary School; and 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in room 305 at Compass Academy.

House Rev & Tax introduces '17 conformity bill, sends unemployment tax cut to full House

The House Revenue & Taxation Committee voted unanimously his morning to introduce a federal tax conformity bill, but it only covers 2017 the big issues with the new federal tax bill will come up in the 2018 tax conformity bill, which lawmakers are likely to take up yet this session. After that, the committee moved on to its hearing on HB 335, the bill to cut the unemployment insurance tax for Idaho employers.

Suspect who led to standoff identified

The Idaho Falls Police Department has identified 53-year-old Greg Huntsman as the man whose reported actions led police to evacuate an apartment building Saturday. Officers responded to a call from a person who witnessed a man in the street point a handgun at a woman and another man near 13th Street and South Ridge Avenue at about 2 p.m. Police were notified the potentially armed suspect was barricaded inside an apartment.

Woman dies after casino boat fire off Fla. coast

In this photo provided by Pasco County flames engulf a boat Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018, in the Tampa Bay area. The boat ferrying patrons to a casino ship off the Florida Gulf Coast caught fire near shore Sunday afternoon, and dozens of passengers and crew safely made it to land with some jumping overboard to escape, authorities said.

Successful Idaho Falls investor reflects on his philanthropy

This Jan. 4, 2018, photo shows William Maeck's copy of Benjamin Graham's "The Intelligent Investor" in Idaho Falls, Idaho. While other workers on the bus to the National Reactor Testing Station slept or played bridge during the 1960s, chemist William Maeck studied the Standard and Poor's stock guide.

More to developing countries than struggle

The Musingi family pauses to pose for a photo near downtown Nairobi during their recent trip to Kenya. Nairobi is the country's capital and its largest city.

D91 board leans toward May high school bond vote

Idaho Falls School District 91 trustees hope to put a somewhat slimmed-down high school bond proposal on the May ballot. The new proposal would still likely call for the construction of a new Idaho Falls High School and extensive renovations at Skyline High School, but the cost would be reduced somewhat from the $110 million proposal that got 58 percent support - short of the two-thirds needed to pass - in November.

How to turn motorized rec into a sustainable economy

Ernie Lombard, the namesake for the Lombard Trail, checking out the information kiosk at the beginning of the Lombard trail at Land of the Yankee Fork. Lombard served on the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation trails and recreation board.

Dollar Tree Opens

The Blackfoot Dollar Tree had its grand opening at 9 a.m. Jan. 12. The parking lot next to the new store was packed with cars and more than 30 customers entered during the first five minutes of business. The supply of shopping carts for customers ran out immediately though there were plenty of shopping baskets available.

Local Women Pilots Group Receives Grant to Teach Women to Fly

The local chapter of the Ninety-Nines, a international organization of women pilots, received a $10,000 grant to teach women to fly in December 2017. They are now ready to receive applications from individuals wishing to become pilots.

SMR safety feature validated

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission's determination that the SMR design doesn't require safety related electrical systems - class 1E power - is a key step forward, NuScale spokeswoman Mariam Nabizad said. "This is really good, exciting news for us because it validates what we put forward as part of the foundation of our safety design.

JFAC holds special hearing on PESF, the 'really important' rainy-day fund for schools

From left, Sens. Jeff Agenbroad, R-Nampa; Dean Mortimer, R-Idaho Falls; Steve Bair, R-Blackfoot; and Mark Nye, D-Pocatello, during a special hearing in the Idaho Legislature's Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee on Thursday morning on the Public Education Stabilization Fund, the rainy-day fund Idaho maintains for its public schools. As required by a law that passed last year, the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee this morning held a special hearing on the Public Education Stabilization Fund, the rainy-day fund for schools, to consider transferring more money into it to make up for withdrawals made over the past year.

Woman in Stonebrook crash identified

Emily Talbert, 31, hit a parked car Jan. 4 while attempting to flee police, and was injured after being ejected from the vehicle. Talbert was taken to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center for treatment and later discharged.

Downtown primed for a good year

Workers lay rebar Wednesday for the multimillion mixed-use center to be built at Broadway Street and Memorial Drive in downtown Idaho Falls. John Roark/ jroark@postregister.com Things are looking up in downtown Idaho Falls, which is seeing its first new construction in more than 30 years with the mixed use Broadway project.

Montana man dies in Idaho custody, investigation planned

Authorities in eastern Idaho are investigating the death of a Montana man being held at the Bonneville County Jail. The Bonneville County Sheriff's Office says 39-year-old Mosiah Prettypaint died Monday at the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.

NRC approves key safety aspect of NuScale's SMR design

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has concluded that application of NuScale Power's unique safety design approach eliminates the need for class 1E power for its small modular reactor, NuScale said on Jan. 9. NuScale explained in a news release that Class 1E is the regulatory standard set for the design of safety-related nuclear power plant electrical systems. In a newly released safety evaluation report, the NRC approved NuScale Power's "Safety Classification of Passive Nuclear Power Plant Electrical Systems" Licensing Topical Report, where the company established the bases of how a design can be safe without reliance on any safety-related electrical power.

Beatles vs. Stones tribute show comes to Idaho Falls

The debate between the Beatles and the Rolling Stones has been going on ever since they first crossed paths on the charts 53 years ago. The argument at the time, and one that still persists, was that the Beatles were a pop group and the Stones were a rock band: the boys next door vs. the bad boys of rock.

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