For the month of July, the hot and cold averaged out pretty nicely for the month, and we picked up some nice moisture. July started and ended the same way -- hot. The month saw 8 days with temperatures at 90 or above. In between the heat, we also saw a cool spell for the middle of the month.
‘NO C-O’ gave away free carbon monoxide alarms to any household that needed one at the Three on Three Basketball Tournament in Pocatello. Carri Curtis Parrish and her husband Brian Curtis started the ‘NO-C-O’ Foundation because Carri’s brother Bill Parrish, his wife, and two of his sons were victims of carbon monoxide poisoning in their home back in February of
Dozens of community members gathered at ‘All Under One Roof’ in Pocatello on Saturday for an ice cream social to honor a young girl named Maddie who took her own life. KPVI News 6 talked to Maddie’s mom and many of her friends. Family and friends celebrated Maddie’s 17 th birthday with an ice cream social at ‘All Under One
CUSTER, S.D. (AP) — Black Hills National Forest officials are mourning the death of a U.S. Forest Service firefighter who died this week while battling a wildfire in California. Thirty-eight-year-old David Ruhl, of Rapid City, vanished Thursday while fighting a fast-moving blaze in Modoc National Forest. His body wasn't recovered until Friday. Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien says their "hearts are
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho State Police officials say the state is currently a spike in traffic fatalities compared to the same time period last year. The Idaho Statesman (http://bit.ly/1JVY9A4 ) reports that ISP trooper responded to 45 traffic fatalities from Memorial Day weekend through July 29. The amount is more 60 percent higher compared to the 28 fatalities ISP
GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — The seasonal worker killed in a fire at an employee dormitory in Grand Teton National Park has been identified as 28-year-old Anthony Graviano. However, the Jackson Hole News & Guide reports (http://bit.ly/1SRKRcB ) that park officials were not immediately certain where Graviano was from. Graviano was employed with the Grand Teton Lodge Co.
BOSTON (AP) — Commuters choosing between driving a car or riding a bicycle to work are being encouraged to try a little of both. Gov. Charlie Baker's administration has unveiled what it calls a first-in-the-nation commuting network known as Park&Pedal. Aimed largely at commuters who may live a little too far from work to cycle all the way in, the
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A spike in suicides and attempted suicides is prompting corrections officials to step up oversight at a women's prison as inspectors try to pinpoint what is causing women to kill themselves at such a startling rate. Four women killed themselves at California Institution for Women in San Bernardino County in the last 18 months. The suicide
CINCINNATI (AP) — Police say at least six people were arrested during a rally protesting the traffic stop shooting of a black motorist by a white campus officer in Cincinnati. Friday night began with a candlelight vigil organized by the family of Samuel DuBose, whose July 19 death came amid months of national scrutiny of police dealings with African-Americans, especially