Dozens of teens and their families won't be going home hungry for the holiday, thanks to staff at Clarkston High School and Second Harvest Food Bank.
KLEW and some of our generous sponsors were able to spread some holiday cheer Friday.
A local reach-out center is also trying to make sure no one goes hungry the weekend before Christmas.
In 2016 The Idaho Department of Transportation plans to continue re-routing and widening Highway-95 just south of Moscow.
Students at Lincoln Middle School raised over $1,000 to donate to the Christmas Connection.
On Saturday, a Moscow man who travels the world performing his extreme sideshow, will attempt to set a new world record.
Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is closer to finding out if he faces desertion charges.
A Lewiston man could spend the rest of his life in prison after being convicted of first degree assault, Friday morning.
Washington State is giving Quality Behavioral Health in Clarkston a $25,000 grant to help prevent youth suicide.
A 34-year-old Lewiston man is facing life in prison if he's found guilty of first degree assault.
A high school in our region is being recognized nationwide for their artistic abilities.
Moscow and Pullman will save a combined one to two million dollars on the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport realignment project.
Over the next four years, the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare hopes to redesign the state's healthcare system.
e're already halfway through the school year which means seniors are getting excited for graduation.
With Christmas just about a week away, Santa is extremely busy preparing for his big night of deliveries, so to help lighten his load, Moscow volunteer firefighters are stepping in as Santa's helpers this week.
A jury trial for a Lapwai woman charged with vehicular manslaughter was supposed to start in less than a month but today (Wednesday) it was pushed back until May.
A jury trial is underway for a 34-year-old Lewiston man charged with first degree assault.
The café manager killed in the deadly siege in Sydney, Australia early Tuesday morning was a graduate of Washington State University.
A one-year-old dog is recovering after having more than 100 porcupine quills stuck in his face and mouth, but he may not have made it this far without overwhelming support from the community.
A Lapwai man is back in custody tonight (Tuesday) after escaping during a court hearing on Monday.
We have more Christmas cheer to share with you, kids from around the Lewis-Clark Valley got to go shopping with law enforcement.
If you're one of those 90 million travelers this holiday season, make sure to keep your heat on at 55 degrees or higher.
An accused Moscow drug dealer won't face a jury until March of next year.
AAA predicts nearly 100 million Americans will travel away from home over the holidays, including one third of all Idahoans.
KLEW cares about the community and that's why each Monday we team up with Helping Hands Rescue to help find a local animal a loving home.
A local non-profit has teamed up with CrossFit Rove to help all community members live healthier.
The Catholic community gave back in a big way over the weekend, as they set a new record on how many dinners were served.
Asotin County commissioners approved the county budget for 2015 Monday night.
Students at Jenifer Junior High School in Lewiston spread some holiday cheer this afternoon.
When the Christmas lights come out this time of the year, so does the giving spirit.
Washington State leaders are working to create better regulation of e-cigarettes.
Convicted killer Charles Capone is having to wait a little longer to find out his prison sentence.
The Moscow City Council is expected to confirm a new council member during their scheduled meeting tonight.
You have a chance Tuesday morning to get a free prostate screening at Gritman Medical Center.
Beginning in the spring of 2015, Pullman Regional Hospital will offer patients 3-D mammograms.
More than 20 kids in the valley received an early Christmas gift this year. The Boys and Girls Clubs held their annual J.C. Penney shopping spree on Thursday.
Lewis-Clark State College students and staff are spreading holiday cheer with their annual LCSC Cares Food & Toy Drive.
A Lapwai judge who's in his second year of a four-year contract, may lose his job, and the way it's all happening behind the scenes isn't sitting right with many members of the Nez Perce community.
Race relations are a big topic in the U.S. right now, and Thursday night about 120 people showed up at Moscow City Hall to talk about how the ongoing protests across the country relate to Moscow.
Avista Utilities has agreed to pay $60,000 to temporarily repair a bridge deteriorating in Colfax.
Officials at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport are reviewing statements of qualifications from consulting firms to move forward with on the runway realignment project.
The Moscow couple accused of allowing an elderly man to starve to death in their care will be tried separately.
Two juveniles are sitting in Martin Hall Juvenile Detention Facility, in Lewiston, in connection with a car theft that happened in Clarkston.
'Tis the season to give, and even get a little pampered before the holidays. Headmasters School of Hair Design is making that possible with just one stop.
Friday night Gritman Medical Center will host an Open House at the new Potlatch Family Care Clinic.
Employees at Community Bank in Clarkston are getting ready for a fundraiser this weekend to help the valley's homeless animals.
Lewiston police need your help finding a Kamiah man, who not only eluded officers last (Wednesday) night but also has multiple warrants out for his arrest.
Many of us do a lot of our Christmas shopping online.
Every year Living Faith Fellowship in Pullman acts out a live drive through nativity. This is its tenth year, and for one little girl, the nativity has special meaning.
Not to stress anyone out but Christmas is just a little over two weeks away, so if you're going to travel for the holiday but haven't made plans yet, you'll want to do it soon.
Washington's Ninth District Legislators are heading back to Olympia for the next session knowing more about the current problems Pullman deals with.
The parents of the 20-year-old Washington State University student who was run over by a car Monday are reaching out to the public for help.
KLEW cares about you and during the holidays we love to highlight all the amazing things people do for each other in our communities.