Emergency responders on the Palouse are better prepared after participating in a simulated plan crash exercise at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport Tuesday afternoon.
Fisherman in the valley have something to look forward to right now. Let's head over to Reporter Carol Zinke who's live at the confluence of the Clearwater and Snake Rivers.
Scholarship recipients at the University of Idaho are thanking the people who are making their education possible.
Construction along 18th Avenue in Lewiston will continue through November, which is why people living in the area want you to be mindful not only of the workers but also of your speed in the residential neighborhood.
An Elk City woman charged with voluntary manslaughter is headed to prison after getting the maximum sentence.
Lewiston police say months of undercover work was all worth it, following one of their biggest heroin busts ever made.
The Johnson Bar fire is now up to 65% containment. It's spread across just over 13,000 acres.
A group that overcame a court challenge last winter to hold a wolf and coyote shooting derby is seeking a permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to roughly double the area for a second event this winter.
Idaho State Police say Idahoans are getting calls from someone claiming to be one of their officers.
Zions Bank now holds the 2014 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award, the Department of Defense's highest recognition.
The Port of Clarkston stayed busy this weekend with three different community events.
Lewiston firefighters now know what caused a house fire over the weekend.
A Kooskia man is dead from a car accident near Lucille.
Monday, the University of Idaho released the line-up for one of the biggest events on the Palouse, next year's Lionel Hampton Music Festival.
Washington State University just received a substantial grant to help them better address sexual violence on campus.
You might be wondering why Fleshman Way was shut down Sunday evening; a suspicious device was found in the roadway.
U of I students know a little more about our nations problem with hunger. The HungerU tour visited the University of Idaho campus Friday and Thursday.
Washington State University's Veterinary Teaching Hospital just became the first in the nation to pilot a new software.
You have a chance Saturday to get rid of expired or unwanted prescription medications during the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's 9th Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Idaho Governor 'Butch' Otter has appointed a Lewiston woman to what's called the Governor's Commission on Service and Volunteerism.
A flight out of the Lewiston-Nez Perce Regional Airport had to make an emergency landing Thursday night.
The Salvation Army is excited to announce a new Hygiene Center in Lewiston.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is not just limited to United States veterans. Scientists found that the prevalence of PTSD in domestic violence victims ranges from 45 to 84%.
The Clarkston Fire Department has a new fire truck and they're in the midst of getting it ready to use.
The Nez Perce Tribe will start developing a comprehensive plan to health and wellness, thanks to a large grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Idaho's first case of Enterovirus D-68 was confirmed Thursday.
Earlier this week Governor C.L. 'Butch' Otter declared September "College Savings Month" and Thursday he, along with First Lady Lori Otter and State Treasurer Ron Crane, came to the University of Idaho campus to promote Ideal, the Idaho College Savings Program.
Mudrooms are quickly becoming an essential addition, providing organization and storage solutions for busy families.
Convicted murderer Charles Capone's sentencing date is set for January fifth
If you're in the mood for Italian food, save your appetite for tomorrow (Friday) night!
The governor, first lady and state treasurer all visited the "Smart Women Smart Money" financial conference in Moscow.
Washington state lawmakers are facing a big budget deficit that could put some taxpayers in a bind.
It's hard to believe but the frosty days of fall and icy days of winter are right around the corner, which is why beginning in October you can have studded tires on Idaho's roadways.
Gritman Medical Center continues to live up to its title as one of the most wired hospitals in the nation.
In Pullman, Democratic Congressional Candidate Joe Pakootas spoke at Washington State University Wednesday.
Ferdinand's Ice Cream Shoppe on Washington State University's campus, celebrated its 66th Anniversary Wednesday.
If you've been looking to buy a house, you might want to do it soon because the value of homes is increasing across the state of Idaho.
Two 90-day layoff notices will soon be on their way to two full-time Clarkston firefighters.
Each month Governor "Butch" Otter and members of his cabinet travel to different towns in Idaho, set up shop and turn those rural communities into the state "Capital for a Day."
Burnout operations on the Johnson Bar Fire are scheduled to start up again Wednesday, and might extend into Friday.
Forest Service leaders issued a Red Flag Warning on the Freezeout Ridge Fire Wednesday.
And some more advancement at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, a new repeater tower has been installed.
Until October 6th you can weigh-in on the $89-million changes coming to the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport.
An Elk City woman charged with voluntary manslaughter is looking to change her plea.
Flu season is around the corner and leaders from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say people should begin getting vaccinated right now.
The debate about the placement of pot shops in Clarkston continues to be a heated issue.
We've heard from councilors both for and against a new ordinance that would make it illegal in Lewiston to not hire or rent to someone based on their sexual orientation or gender identity, but at Monday night's city council meeting it was all about the citizens.
The University of Idaho named the top four finalists in its search for the next Dean of Students.
The Lewiston Nez Perce County Regional Airport is now 70-years old, and Saturday, that special anniversary was celebrated with a full slate of activities that drew a big crowd.
The Freezeout Ridge Fire burning near the Hells Canyon Recreation area is 0% contained.
In honor of National Voter Registration Day, leagues all around the country will host voter registration drives Tuesday, including the League of Women Voters of Pullman and Lewiston.
This week the City of Moscow Water Department is flushing the city's fire hydrants.
Asotin County's Interim Sheriff Jim Smith is in the process of hiring an Undersheriff.