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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
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Work release escapee charged with felony
Brandon Garner, 36, has been charged with escape by one convicted or on probation for a felony, punishable with up to five years in prison and up to a $50,000 fine. He also was charged with providing false information on his identity to a law enforcement officer, a misdemeanor punishable with up to a year in jail.Five hospitalized after head-on crash on U.S. 20
Five people were hospitalized Friday night after a head-on collision on U.S. Highway 20, four miles south of Island Park. An Idaho State Police news release said traffic had slowed or stopped in both directions due to a herd of elk crossing the highway near the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway.I.F. man arrested for punching woman
According to an Idaho Falls Police Department report, Adrian Gil Valencia, 41, was angry at the woman because she received a text message from a man. The victim told police Valencia followed her to work that morning and asked her who sent the messages.More
With summer weather warming your outlook on life, it's hard not to get out and explore the city - at least, until your bank account catches up with you. For the first time, the Art Museum of Eastern Idaho, Idaho Falls Arts Council, Idaho Falls Zoo, and Museum of Idaho are offering an "Adventure Pass," allowing one-time free admission to some sites and discounts to others.Young professionals group provides friends, opportunities
Two members are revamping the Young Professionals Network of Idaho Falls in hopes of creating a tightknit group for networking, professional development and community involvement. Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center Chief Operating Officer David Hoffenberg, 30, said members of the Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce asked him and Le Ritz Hotel & Suites Sales Manager Shelby Wilson, 26, to take an "informal lead" in generating membership and direction for the Young Professionals Network of Idaho Falls.An Evening with Elizabeth Smart'
Elizabeth Smart speaks to reporters at the Colonial Theater on Thursday. Smart was kidnapped in 2002 and was held for nine months when she was 14-years-old.City subsidizes homeowners' curb maintenance
Idaho Falls residents with damaged curbs on their property can ask the city to help pay for repairs, according to a city news release . City spokeswoman Kerry Hammon said in an email that although the maintenance of sidewalks, curbs and gutters is technically the property owner's responsibility, the city will pay 50 percent, or $12.50 per square foot, of the curb repair.Local animal groups herd together
Seven eastern Idaho animal welfare organizations came together in Blackfoot on Tuesday to form a coalition call "All About the Animals." They signed an agreement to cooperate and pool their resources.Mormon History Association conference says the past of the LDS Church is not frozen
At first glance, the Gem State's capital city seems a curious locale to host the annual conference of the Mormon History Association. This year, of course, marks the 40th anniversary of the revelation opening the blessings of the priesthood and the temple to people of African descent.Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain found dead in France at 61
In this Oct. 5, 2017 file photo, Executive Producer and narrator chef Anthony Bourdain attends the premiere of "Wasted! The Story of Food Waste" at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in New York. Bourdain has been found dead in his hotel room in France, Friday, June 8, 2018, while working on his CNN series on culinary traditions around the world.Veteran treks country raising suicide awareness
Eli Smith, a US Army veteran, poses for a photo Thursday in Idaho Falls while taking a break for lunch during a cross-country trip from Washington state to Maine to raise awareness for veteran suicides. "I lost a couple guys to suicide I served with and so I wanted to do something about it," Smith said.Man crashes after fleeing police over county lines
Michael Todd Casey, 52, fled from a Bingham County Sheriff's Office deputy before 8 a.m. when the deputy tried to stop him for driving 75 mph in a 55 zone. Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland said Casey fled north on U.S. Highway 91. Shelley Police Department officers joined the chase.Nonprofit sends mementos to Shelley PD, family
This photo shows Point 27's Thin Blue Line Shields of Strength. The faith-based nonprofit honors fallen soldiers and law enforcement officers.Skyline seniors take a walk down memory lane
Skyline High School graduating seniors walk the halls of Ethel Boyes Elementary School during a visit on Wednesday. John Roark / firstname.lastname@example.org Aubrey Stout, center, a Skyline High School graduating senior, high-fives students during a visit to Ethel Boyes Elementary School on Wednesday.Lame ducks
One of politics' sad sights is an elected official who has been defeated at the polls but his term still has six months to go. It also applies to those appointed to a high public service position, such as a university president, or a top executive in a corporation who is asked to stay on the job until a successor is found.Blackfoot flooding problems lessened but not fixed
City of Blackfoot employees failed on Tuesday to clear the obstruction in the underground conduit of an overflowing canal. The canal began to flood the surrounding low-lying areas in mid-May. The cause was an obstruction in its underground section between E. Airport Road and its outlet into Jensen Grove Lake, in the zone immediately south of the airport's lone runway.Strutting out the car classics
Bill Houx follows his brother Barry Houx's 1963 Chevrolet Nova SS along South Park loop, looking for Poker Run checkpoints. Boyd Pack rides along for the Poker Run in a 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air during the annual Rod Run car show.Remains recovered from river identified
The body recovered from the Snake River by the Bonneville County Sheriff's Office on May 30 has been identified as Kayla Davis. An Idaho Falls Police department news release said the investigation into the circumstances surrounding Davis' death is ongoing.Dems feel hopeful about November
Miranda Marquit, left, chairwoman of the Bonneville County Democrats, and Brenda Deans, a volunteer for the Pat Tucker campaign, go door to door surveying potential voters Monday evening. Democrats sense a possible opening to pick up local legislative seats this year.Man stabbed in I.F., suspect in custody
Idaho Falls Police and the Idaho Falls Fire Department responded to the scene of a reported stabbing this morning at Garfield Apartments on the 500 block of North Fanning Avenue. Idaho Falls Public Safety received a report at 10:20 a.m. that a man had been stabbed.
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