ou don't need to go to Hollywood to find up and coming stars.
A fifth grader at Heights Elementary School in Clarkston went above and beyond to raise money and awareness for the American Heart Association.
Clarkston Firefighters are still bringing in money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
On Monday the state of Washington will offer an animal control officer academy for the first time, and the Pullman Police Department will participate.
On Saturday, Boost Collaborative of Pullman is hosting its eighth annual Night of Champions Gala, Dinner and Silent Auction.
A Florida man is handed his prison sentence after pleading guilty to robbing three banks, including one in Cottonwood.
Idaho Republican Senator Mike Crapo will hold town meetings in Latah and Clearwater Counties this Friday and Saturday.
Washington State is not in the clear just yet, from what's being called the deadliest flu season in at least five years.
Pullman Police are looking for any information about shots fired at a party early Sunday morning.
A Moscow man could spend life in prison for drug trafficking.
KLEW cares about the community and that's why each Monday we're teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to help find a local animal a loving, forever home.
Idaho lawmakers passed a bill Monday banning doctors from prescribing abortion-inducing medication through telemedicine.
More than 20 gay rights activists face misdemeanor trespassing charges after being arrested for protesting in the Idaho House and Senate chambers Monday morning.
Washington State senators unanimously approved a bill that requires law enforcement to notify family members when they return confiscated guns to a relative.
Clarkston firefighters are raising awareness about the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
An historical artifact finally made its way back to where it belongs.
The local YWCA is always looking for ways to help those in need, and Friday was no exception.
Idaho democrats' plan to raise the state's minimum wage looks to be over, before it begins.
Idaho could soon be the third state in the nation to not have daylight saving time.
A large group is working to gain support from Idaho and Washington politicians to remove the four Lower Snake River dams.
A few members of the Lewiston Fire Department transformed into chefs' for the day.
Students at WSU are using art to promote acceptance and understanding.
Right now in the Gem State teens don't need permission from their parents to use a tanning bed, but that could change.
As the temperatures rise so does boat traffic on area waterways.
Not everyone needs an excuse to wear bell bottoms and tie dye, but if you do, we've got one for you.
Later this year, Ebola vaccines and treatment therapies are expected to enter into the human testing phase.
Do you think investigators should have to get a search warrant to access your private information, or is reasonable suspicion enough?
A warrant issued for a Culdesac woman Tuesday, caught up with her today (Wednesday) at the Nez Perce County Courthouse.
The Idaho Department of Water Resources will ask the legislature for money to adjudicate water rights in the Palouse River Basin.
Four local organizations were given a big donation Tuesday, as a result of money raised during this year's annual Golden Throne.
The Jackson Baldwin Pay It Forward Foundation did not win the $10,000 from famous skate boarder Ryan Sheckler's "Be the Change" Foundation, but a deserving little boy did.
Airport leaders are also talking about a north side ramp that needs to be reconstructed, but the bill will not be cheap.
Construction on a new fire station in Lewiston could start up as early as next year.
A Moscow man charged with 16 felony counts of drug trafficking and delivery might be seeking a new lawyer.
A Juliaetta man who pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter charges is getting slapped with a harsher sentence for violating the terms of plea deal.
The Latah County Sheriff's department is investigating the death of an Elk City man.
Still no trial date for a man accused of raping and killing a Lewiston women.
A Clarkston woman accused of leading officers on a high speed chase will be undergoing a mental evaluation before entering a plea.
Life in prison without the possibility of parole. That's the sentence Judge Carl Kerrick handed down to Charles Capone Monday.
For several months now, drivers have been complaining about pigeons flying under the 13th Street overpass along Fleshman Way.
A Moscow family is being welcomed into the Genesee community with a new home. Shannon Moudy was at the celebration and has more.
KLEW cares about the community and that's why each Monday, we're teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to find a local animal a loving forever home.
One of two men accused of robbing a storage unit in Clarkston last month pleaded not guilty in Asotin County Superior Court Monday.
If you were to suddenly get very sick or pass away, would your family know what your end of life wishes are?
Sunday night the city of Uniontown is hosting a Spaghetti Feed to raise funds for the library.
You might want to get out a pen and paper, as a tasty event that also benefits a great cause will be happening this Sunday.
Students in Clarkston are accessing information and learning at a much faster speed, thanks to some help from the Port of Clarkston.
On Thursday we told you about a horse that was starving to death, and tonight (Friday) we have some good news.
The Community Action Partnership Food Bank is able to feed more people thanks to a generous donation from a local insurance agency.
February is National Heart Health Month, so the University of Idaho's Wellness Program is hosting a Zumbathon Friday night.
The University of Idaho is about to start a new fundraising campaign to pay for the new sports arena.
Washington is closer to having fewer excuses for not vaccinating your children.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife euthanized a young cougar in Clarkston Thursday morning.