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Police log: From fake piano tuners to mailbox accidents

An individual poses as a piano tuner from the "church."

3 MTCs returning to in-person training

The Provo, Ghana and New Zealand MTCs will begin a phased reopening.

First Presidency announces discontinuation of time-only marriages in the temple

The First Presidency announced Monday morning they will no longer perform time-only marriages in the temple

Former BYU-I president’s legacy lives on after his death

During his life and into his death, Joe J. Christensen reminded us all that there are "summits yet to climb." He urged and inspired us to never give up on the metaphorical mountains in our lives.

Car accident leaves one man dead at Walmart

Ryan Olson died Monday morning leaving his wife and three kids behind.

Police Log: From water balloons to iPad settings

Police responded to a complainant reporting that his ex-wife's daughter messing with iPad settings.

The CDC no longer recommends masks for vaccinated Americans

Vaccinated Americans can attend indoor and outdoor events without wearing masks or social distancing.

Police log: From couples camping to trespassers

After a couple of hours of searching, the missing couple was found safe and surprised that people were looking for them.

BYU-I missing student’s body has been found

Search and rescue efforts were successful in recovering the body of Matthew Rios Vidalon, who went missing May 6.

City council denies rezoning request

The Rexburg City Council denied a rezoning request at Wednesday's meeting after hearing complaints from several citizens.

Rigby community comes together after school shooting

At Community Fun Day, Rigby residents honor and support the local heroes who helped keep their children safe.

Press conference reveals officials’ response to school shooting

A sixth grade female student shot three at Rigby Middle School on May 6.

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Visual Arts Studio opens for students

Construction drills and hammers cease as BYU-Idaho's newest architectural addition opens its doors.

Student Success and Retention Team to host workshop for faculty members

For professors dealing with frightened freshmen or struggling seniors, the Career and Academic Advising Department can help.

$2.5 million of fire and ore

The remains of charcoal kilns over 100 years old stand near Leadore, ID to give visitors a glimpse into the past of Idaho's old mining towns.

Police log: From stolen signs to pill purses

Police responded to a report of a purse that was found and full of pills.