POCATELLO – The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning in Bannock County for the Portneuf River. Low-land flooding is expected along sections of the river from the Portneuf Gap to the Cheyenne Avenue Bridge near Indian Hills Elementary School. River levels are expected to rise above flood stage by tonight and continue to rise near 10 feet into next week. The Journal reports weather officials advise those near the river to take action to protect property.
WASHINGTON – Idaho lawmakers are responding to President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. In a statement, U.S. Senator Mike Crapo (R) wrote “During town meetings I held across my state, Idahoans affirmed that we must […]
BLACKFOOT, Idaho — The 2017 Eastern Idaho State Fair is underway and this year’s food winners have been selected. 2017 Fairest of Them All: Sweet Temptations Toffee Tumbler 2017 Best New Entree: La Casita’s Carne Asada Bacon Nachos […]
REGIONAL – With record-breaking snowfall across the region, school districts have been forced to cancel classes. What does this mean for the remainder of the school year? KID Radio spoke with officials from Idaho Falls School District […]