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Chad Daybell pleads not guilty to murder charges

"Not guilty pleas are entered as to all the counts in the indictment."

How this Instagram account strives to ‘Help A Girl Out’

What is the story behind @byui_hoesbeforebros?

Police log: From chicken murders to apartment invaders

The reporting party advised that dead chickens were found in the pen.

Church announces changes to General Conference

Church leaders announced the discontinuation of the Saturday evening session of Conference.

City council discusses plans and improvements for the summer

City council members met on Wednesday to approve plans for new projects.

Meat and Potatoes grand opening

What Wilcox Fresh added to their family business.

BYU-Idaho to fully open Fall Semester

An official notice released today gives a look into what Fall 2021 will look like at BYU-Idaho.

Police log: From dog punching to public intoxication

The suspect punched the dog and then punched the reporting party twice.

Dahlia’s Hope, a human trafficking aftercare organization, seeks to establish a facility in Rexburg

Community members and founders from multiple organizations fighting human trafficking met to discuss plans for starting an aftercare facility in Rexburg.

Tie-dye for Pride brings controversy

An LGBTQ gathering brought controversy as campus security was called and the event had to change locations.

Mental health unit coming to Madison Memorial Hospital

During Mental Health Awareness Month find some of the resources available to you.

Spring commencement to be held virtually

As in the past, this semester's commencement ceremonies will be virtual.

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Police log: From gift card creepers to bedroom peepers

Police took a report of fingerprints found outside a bedroom window.

Balance only the gifted will know

Rolling wheels? More like falling heels.

Devotional cover: How to overcome the ‘mountains’ in our lives

Elder Jeremy R. Jaggi, a General Authority Seventy, and his wife, Amy Jaggi, shared a message of hope during devotional.

Breaking news: Kyler Miskin, Rexburg drive-by shooter, sentenced to 5-year incarceration

Kyler Miskin appeared before Judge Boyce who sentenced him according to the felony crime of a Rexburg drive-by shooting in 2020.