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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
US wholesale prices rise 0.1 pct., a sign inflation in check

In this Sept. 19, 2018, file photo a tractor operator picks potatoes at Brett Jensen Farms outside of Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Shoptalk: Bodifi gym opening third location in Idaho Falls

Bodifi, a locally owned gym, formerly known as World Gym, with locations in Ammon and Rexburg, is opening its third location in Idaho Falls. The new gym will be located at 1745 W. Broadway in the space formerly occupied by Marketplace Home Furnishings at Westfield Plaza.

Several eastern Idaho cities ban cellphone use while driving

The city of Idaho Falls has banned using a handheld cellphone while driving. Emergency first responders are except from the ordinance.

DOE: Sending Hanford waste to Idaho would cost more

A semitruck loaded with radioactive waste leaves the Advanced Mixed Waste Treatment Project with the Experimental Breeder Reactor 1 in the background in this April, 2017 file photograph. The shipment is headed to the Waste Isolation Pilot Project in Carlsbad, N.M. for storage.

Idaho Falls man sentenced for child sex abuse, child porn

An Idaho Falls man who was arrested in March was sentenced Wednesday to up to 15 years in prison for his relationship with a 16-year-old girl. Jerry Ewell, 37, was charged with sexual abuse of a minor after the abuse was reported to the Bonneville County Sheriff's Office.

How to sign up for Idaho Falls snow removal notifications

Idaho Falls enacts parking restrictions after 2 or more inches of snow accumulates on city roads. There are a variety of ways to learn about snow event-related parking restrictions.

Is nuclear energy the key to saving the planet?

Emma Redfoot stands at a whiteboard in a small conference room, sketching neutrons, protons and nuclei, her voice rising enthusiastically as she explains nuclear fission: A neutron blasted into a uranium-235 atom shatters the atom, releasing energy and yet more neutrons that split other uranium atoms, causing a frenetically energetic chain reaction. "The crazy thing about nuclear energy is that it turns mass into energy," she says, her gray-blue eyes opening wider.

Eye on Boise: The Idaho Legislature's freshmen class is...

When the Idaho Legislature convenes in January, 25 of its members will be brand-new, and that's not counting two who were just elected after earlier being appointed and serving in prior sessions, or two others who moved over from the Senate to the House. Of the 25, 18 are men; there are no new women in the Senate, but there are seven new women in the House.

Along came a dog

Jerry: Yes. What I found really moving was the late President's service dog "Sully" lying next to his master's casket.

Looking back: The week in eastern Idaho history

Private Thomas C. Neibaur of Sugar City was one of three American soldiers honored this week in 1918 with the Medal of Honor. The first member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to receive the medal, Neibaur, 20, distinguished himself on Oct. 16, 1918, in action at Landres-et-St.

Civic Center auditorium debuting first stage of renovations

Building Manager Ed Morgan and Civic Auditorium Committee chairman Arthur Kull pose for a photo in the seats of the Civic Center auditorium. Phase 1 of the auditorium's construction is nearly finished with new carpet, acoustic paneling, and temporary chairs.

US to shut down Idaho nuclear waste processing project

In this May 11, 2015 file photo, nuclear waste is stored in underground containers at the Idaho National Laboratory near Idaho Falls, Idaho. Federal officials will shut down a nuclear waste treatment project at the site after determining it would not be economically feasible to bring in radioactive waste from other states.

Idaho Falls man arrested for raping, impregnating teen

The investigation began in August when the 17-year-old victim gave birth to the child. A nurse asked who the father was and Levi Baker, 30, said it was him.

Idaho Falls man charged for attacking woman

An Idaho Falls man was arrested this week for a September incident in which he reportedly grabbed a woman by her throat and threw her to the ground. Gerald Brown, 55, was at the victim's home when she arrived in the evening.

The Fab Four will pay tribute to the Beatles on New Year's Eve

The Beatles tribute band, The Fab Four - The Ultimate Tribute, is scheduled to perform at 8 p.m. Dec. 31 at the Idaho Falls Civic Center for the Performing Arts, 501 S. Holmes Ave. This is the Idaho Falls Arts Council's first New Year's Eve event. "For our first New Year's Eve presentation we wanted a show that appealed across generations; no one is better than that then the Beatles," Brandi Newton, Executive Director of the Idaho Falls Arts Council, said in a news release.

Trap, neuter, return program has reduced cat euthanasia

Carissa Hernandez, community cat program coordinator, releases a cat on Barlow Drive on Tuesday. The animal shelter catches feral cats to spay or neuter them, microchip them, and clip their left ear to let people know the cat has been caught by animal control before.

Idaho Falls man sentenced for stealing credit cards, tools

An Idaho Falls man who stole a combined $12,907.96 in tools, checks and financial transaction cards was sentenced to a rider program Thursday. Micah Ellis, 36, was charged in August in three separate cases with three counts of grand theft, one count of burglary, one count of leaving the scene of an accident and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

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