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Shooting Investigation Ongoing in Blackfoot, Deputy Injured

BLACKFOOT, Idaho (KLIX)-Authorities are investigating a shooting earlier this morning in Blackfoot that injured a sheriff's deputy and locked down area schools. According to the Blackfoot Police Department the incident happened at around 8 a.m. in a Blackfoot neighborhood. Two male suspects were arrested later in the day, however police say they are still looking for a female suspect.
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Auditions Open for Idaho’s Latest Neighborhood Grouch

I simply snapped. New neighbors were moving in and I found myself yelling at them. I don’t think I’ve done anything like this in 30 years. I’m an out of shape white-haired guy and there were three of them unloading a moving truck. It was parked at an angle and difficult to get around. I was coming home from shopping, where I had issues with a self-checkout. The week had been a busy one. It’s a feeling of being inconvenienced at every turn.
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Listen to Weezer Cover Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’

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Oakley Rodeo Wild Cow Event Catches Eye of PETA

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Is Renting an RV the New Best Way to Make Extra Money on Idaho Airbnb

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