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Idaho State University professor Jeff Meldrum specializes in studying the bipedal locomotion of humans and he thinks this knowledge can be applied to the search for Bigfoot. We talk with Dr. Meldhrum about his quest to find this elusive creature.

  • Two valley nonprofits look at ways to house the homeless.
  • Bigfoot!

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Those with an interest in cryptozoology should mark their calendars. A conference focusing on Bigfoot is coming to Pocatello.

We're taking a look at some of the newest college presidents in Idaho. That includes Idaho State University. Kevin Satterlee took over as the 13th president of ISU in June after time at Boise State University. We get his vision of the future at ISU on Idaho Matters.

  • We talk to the Presidents of ISU and LCSC.
  • A new art exhibit in Sun Valley.

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Idaho State University is facing a federal fine after losing a sample of radioactive plutonium.

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The State Board of Education hired and approved annual salaries for new presidents at Idaho State University and Lewis-Clark State College.

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The Idaho State Board of Education has narrowed the number of finalists for the president's post at Idaho State University down to three.

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Bison fossils stored at the Idaho Museum of Natural History are getting a new life online as digital 3-D scans. It’s an attempt to make the specimens available to everyone.

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Starting next year, tailgaters at Boise State and other Idaho universities will be allowed to legally drink alcohol while they munch their brats.

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How does love affect your brain? That's the question scientists are trying to answer to better understand how love affects our health and our quality of life.

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The President of Idaho State University announced Wednesday he will retire in 2018.


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Researchers at Idaho State University have programmed drones to be able to identify potatoes infected with a virus.

Researchers say they've been able to find individual plants infected with potato virus Y, commonly called PVY, with 90 percent accuracy using cameras mounted on drones, The Capital Press reported Friday.

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Last fall, more than 1,400 international students attended Idaho State University. This year, the number of international students enrolled has dropped by 36 percent. The decline comes after reports of racially charged attacks against some ISU students from the Middle East last spring.  

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Idaho State University has investigated allegations of bullying in its softball program and says the concern was based on misinterpreted comments.

The Idaho State Journal reports that ISU Director of Athletics Jeff Tingey says he received complaints from two players who said a small group of their teammates had been bullying them. Tingey says the teammates were stepping up as "vocal leaders" but it came off as bullying. He says the school has addressed the issue with the students.

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