While many of us are celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday right now, one Pullman school is making sure kids across the globe get a present.
We begin with new information on the dog shot by Lewiston Police outside Sacajawea Junior High School yesterday (Monday) morning.
Right now, there is increased security around a Pullman mosque, after police got wind of an online posting.
Lewiston police want to reiterate…they did not want to shoot the dog, but they had to.
Clarkston city leaders now have a better understanding of what it’s like to be a firefighter.
KLEW cares about the community. That’s why every week we’re teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to find a loving forever home for an animal in need.
Today (Monday) Rogers Toyota-Scion of Lewiston delivered over 100 turkeys to local charities, so that people, who can’t afford one, can still have a traditional Thanksgiving.
Greenfield Company in Clarkston will temporarily re-open; this, by order of the Washington State Supreme Court.
We begin with a dog shooting that has many of you venting on social media.
It may be all about turkey this week because of Thanksgiving, but we want to take a moment and make it all about trout.
A close for employees of a popular burger joint in Clarkston.
Two Washington State University students have been killed in car crashes. Both students died in separate incidents over the weekend.
A 65-year old Clarkston man admits his guilt to voyeurism and child porn charges.
After eight years, the Community Fitness Trail along Park Avenue in Lewiston is finally complete.
A new kind of tag in Moscow is quickly gaining popularity, without many drawbacks.
A heart-warming story honoring our local veterans.
KLEW Cares about you. That’s why we’ve reached out to professionals in our area, about how you can effectively talk with your children about terrorism and acts of violence.
We are learning new details tonight on the situation on the Palouse.
While much of Pullman’s power has been restored there are still people without power.
New information now on this T-bone brash that send a pregnant Lewiston woman and her child to the hospital Wednesday.
Lewiston fire crews responded to a house fire around 3:30 this (Thursday) morning.
Moscow has power now, but that wasn't the case last night.
We begin tonight with a severe weather alert.
Hunters…officials with Idaho Fish and Game say white-tailed deer tags for non-Idaho residents are almost sold out.
There’s a new gym in the L-C Valley that’s only been open a little over a month now.
The severe wind is causing some serious damage to trees in our local parks, and right now city crews, as well as Avista Utilities crews are staying busy.
Lint buildup in a dryer ignited a house fire on 12th Street in Lewiston late Monday night.
KLEW cares about you. And just in case your power goes out for more than a couple hours, you’ll want to be prepared.
A local elementary principal is starting a food drive to help feed his hungry students.
Clarkston police are asking for your help identifying this person wanted in questioning for a recent theft at the Clarkston Walmart.
As these disturbing images of the terror attacks come into our living rooms, or through social media, experts say there is a responsibility to make sure our children understand the situation.
While the attacks in Paris Friday evening were in a major city, the terrorists went after low profile targets.
In Washington State, Governor Jay Inslee supports the President.
We begin with the war on terror, from the terror attack in Paris, to the influx of Syrian refugees into the U.S.
One local food bank wants to make sure no one goes hungry this Thanksgiving, but they need your help to make that happen.
KLEW cares about the community. That’s why every Monday we’re teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to highlight one pet in search of a loving home. Today we turn the spotlight on Pepper.
The Nez Perce County Sheriff’s Office is saying goodbye to their beloved Queen the K-9.
One Moscow man is taking his role in an upcoming Christmas play to a new extreme; he’s having his head.
Whitman County’s annual calendars are on sale again. They are the 2016 barns of Whitman County.
Around this time of year people are looking for Christmas trees. And believe it or not, some people steal trees from the University of Idaho campus.
New information tonight into what police say was an alcohol-related crash that took the life of a Lewiston teen.
Pot shop owners in Pullman are relieved, no other marijuana dispensaries can spring up in town.
One thing the (Clarkston High School) cameras help with is bullying.
A historic building in downtown Lewiston is getting a make-over.
The Pullman School District says the possibility of an additional elementary school could happen in the near future.
Clarkston Police are asking for your help in identifying this man.
At the beginning of the school year, we told you about Clarkston High School getting new security cameras.
Everyone here at KLEW would like to say thank you for our veterans past, present and future.
Several restaurants in the LC Valley are showing their appreciation for our local veterans Wednesday, by honoring them with a free meal.
People on the Palouse showed their appreciation to those that defend our country today.
A new form of treatment is showing promising results for service members suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Wintertime is quickly approaching and that means colder temperatures.
November is also known as “No Shave” November.