Students at Clarkston High School performed above Washington state standards on their end of course exams this year.
A Moscow man facing murder charges appeared before judge and jury today (Tuesday) for his first day of trial at Latah County Courthouse.
Total enrollment at Lewis-Clark State College is slightly down, however school leaders said they aren't worried.
Leaders from the state of Washington are saying the result of a lawsuit in the Tacoma area could have an effect on whether cities in the state decide to ban pot businesses.
Leaders from the Port of Clarkston are asking for your help in identifying three people who vandalized their property over the weekend.
Water restrictions in Lewiston look like a thing of the past as summertime winds down.
The murder trial for the Moscow man accused of killing his wife got underway Tuesday in Latah County District Court in Moscow.
If you've been on the Palouse during summer or fall, you've probably seen a big combine rolling through a field.
An ALS fundraiser over the weekend brought in $782.00 to help find a cure for the deadly disease.
Women’s Equality Day was Tuesday. It commemorates the 19th Amendment which passed in 1920 and allows women to vote.
It's the end of the first week of school for most students in our region and that means backpacks are quickly filling up with books, homework and supplies.
If you aren't leaving town for the holiday weekend, we wanted to let you know about a local fundraiser taking place on Saturday.
Friday was the last day of work for a long-time member of the Lewiston Police Department.
A reminder from the Lewiston Police Department that you may need to trim some of your trees as we head into the school year.
Patrol officers will be paying extra attention to interstate highways for the holiday weekend.
We've all heard the expression there's no such thing as a free lunch, but what about a free estimate?
Students in Genesee head back to school on September 2nd, and the district is welcoming them back with some new technology.
The reconstruction of Pullman High School can now begin.
The Latah County Commissioners have approved the 2015 fiscal year budget.
Over 200 people gathered Thursday morning at Gritman Medical Center in Moscow to honor former CEO Jeff Martin.
A Kamiah woman and four-year-old child are in the hospital after their van was hit by a semi-truck on the bottom of the Lewiston Hill Thursday afternoon.
Sometimes we forget why we're doing things, for example dumping cold buckets of water on our heads.
Spontaneous combustion is responsible for two fires that broke out this week at a compost facility in Lewiston, however fire leaders said they think the problem has been solved.
If you’re planning on hitting the road for Labor Day weekend, you're certainly not alone.
The results are in and, to say the least, firefighters from the L-C Valley did their fair share in raising money for those affected by muscular dystrophy.
It’s a new school year and the Clarkston School District has a new superintendent.
A 107 year-old school house in Potlatch just got a facelift.
For years the Pullman City Council has gotten complaints about downtown evening traffic, but is it bad enough to completely change downtown? Council members are trying to decide.
Gritman Medical Center in Moscow is honoring the legacy of former CEO Jeff Martin.
A free clinic in Lewiston said they will be able to continue helping patients thanks to donations from two local organizations.
Democratic Senate Candidate Nels Mitchell was issued the challenge to participate in the ALS ice bucket challenge, but he took it a step further.
Since banning scooters at the skate board park last spring Lewiston Parks and Rec Commission has made it a priority to find an alternate location for the growing trend and that solution could come as early as November.
The Lewiston Fire Department and Lewiston School District are getting ready for the school year.
School is officially back in session for Clarkston students.
Several families are being told their kids might not be able to go to school in the Pullman School District this year.
Whitman County and the city of Pullman have taken another step forward in keeping their residents safe.
A Pullman man is in Whitman County Jail on a $100,000 bond and awaiting a mental evaluation.
You may have noticed the flashing school zone signs around town.
And while the free and reduced meals program helps during the week, many are worried about meals during weekends, too.
A reminder from Pullman. The installation of a new sewer line is forcing a portion of the Terre View Drive multi-use path to close starting on Monday.
We have another local ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge' to show you, but this one's a bit unique.
School starts up again this week and more than half of students in the Clarkston School District are a part of the free and reduced meals program.
Asotin County Superior Court is working to go paperless.
A former Washington State University student faces charges of felony burglary, three counts of assault, resisting arrest and malicious mischief.
You might see some extra law enforcement out on the streets and highways, that's because yesterday (Sunday) marked the beginning of Idaho Transportation Department's Impaired Driver Mobilization.
The University of Idaho Vandals are not only celebrating 125 years, but also new beginnings.
The battle regarding immigration is heating in the Gem State, as Governor 'Butch' Otter is calling on the feds to not use Idaho as a destination for undocumented immigrant children.
Containment is slow but steady around the Johnson Bar Fire, that's according to fire leaders on the blaze.
Expect to see firefighters at several intersections throughout the L-C Valley Saturday.
Sediment build-up in the lower Snake River has been causing problems for The Army Corps of Engineers for years.
Car enthusiasts aren't the only ones getting ready as the Lewiston Police Department also prepared for one of the busiest weekends of the year.
The summer is winding down, but there's still plenty of time to enjoy your backyard deck.
The annual tradition of Hot August Nights is upon us, with the festivities kicking off (Thursday) today.