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OPINION: Unconstitutional gun seizers can save lives

Mental health challenges present themselves in ways no one can understand or predict, especially not those issuing gun permits.

Church releases videos to encourage members to listen and love those thinking about suicide

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints releases videos to help with the growing issue of suicide.

Prevention programs offer hope as suicide rates rise

A new study released by the CDC shows a rise in suicide, but they are still statistically rare, and there are resources to help those who struggle.

I wouldn’t miss it for the world

Anthony Bourdain's legacy will not only live on in my own heart, or that of my family, but all those who strive to travel and learn about the immense beauty that this world holds.

Suicide rates rise in the U.S.

With the recent deaths of fashion designer Kate Spade and CNN host Anthony Bourdain, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a new...

Study reveals young African American youth are more likely to commit suicide than white youth

A study in Colombus, Ohio, shows a recent study of the difference in suicide rates between young blacks and whites.

13 Reasons Why ignores facts of suicide

As journalists, we follow a strict code of ethics and guidelines when reporting on matters of suicide, rape and other sensitive topics, and 13 Reasons Why breaks every single one of those guidelines.

First Presidency asks members to vote against legalization of assisted suicide and recreational marijuana

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sent a letter to four states in the U.S. urging members to...

Church and state aim to prevent suicide

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness (SPA) Month. In support of SPA, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a new website, preventingsuicide.lds.org on Sept. 8.

LDS church releases website during Suicide Prevention Month

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a new webpage for those struggling with depression and thoughts of suicide for National Suicide Prevention week.

Scientists look at new ways to prevent suicide

Scientists have made progress in their research on predicting an event of suicide, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Paying attention: it could save a life

There are less than four weeks left in the semester. Large assignments are coming due, time is ticking down and pressures are mounting. As...

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The Rexburg Chamber of Commerce plans to connect students and residents with local businesses at this Saturday's free event.

City Council proposes mobile food court

Food truck owners and locals gathered to discuss a mobile food court ordinance and more at this week's city council meeting.

Kick off the new semester at BYU-I’s First Friday event

Start off the new semester with fun, food and friends at BYU-Idaho's First Friday event happening tomorrow night.

Completed Pocatello Idaho Temple opens its doors to the public

The Pocatello Idaho Temple open house began with a media day for local and surrounding media personal.