The low snowpack this year caused low river flows, but that may not be a bad thing for outdoor enthusiasts.
The miracle dog from Moses Lake will return to her foster home (Tuesday) tomorrow.
Officials with 'Heart of the Arts' in Moscow are reaching out for help.
One of the largest outdoor festivals in the state of Idaho is underway here in Lewiston.
A 35-year-old Garfield man will spend most of the next four years in prison.
A 19-year-old Washington State University student will serve 240 hours of community service.
The Lewiston Fire Department is still looking for the person behind a series of arson attacks.
The Natasha Hodges murder trial came to a rest on Wednesday with a jury deciding she was not guilty of murdering two-year-old Rylee Mingo.
Lewiston Police and Fire Department are wrapping up their last day of training with the Idaho National Guard.
Some Lewiston residents may have to start cutting back on water.
Right now, a legislative council is developing a plan for a statewide time sensitive emergency care system.
Carol, you went up to the Asotin County Fairgrounds today, what did you see there?
The Moscow Fire Marshal is looking into what caused a Viola house fire.
The volunteers at The Salvation Army are gearing up for the grand opening of Lewiston's new book store.
A Lewiston woman is behind bars after a car crash Wednesday that sent three people, including herself, to the hospital.
And while you're out recycling on Saturday, you can also help protect your identity.
If you have any soda or beer cans lying around, Saturday's the day to recycle them.
U.S. Highway-195 between Spokane and Colfax will undergo a lot of construction this summer.
Tuesday we introduced you to the Moses Lake miracle dog Theia.
A Lewiston woman who's been accused of being a killer for nearly three years, now knows her fate.
KLEW News wants to congratulate two Clarkston schools that stand out among the best in the state.
Lewiston police and fire are teaming up with the U.S. Army to prepare for a hazardous materials spill.
They say cat's have nine lives...well Jenee' Ryan is about to introduce us to a dog that has at least two.
A Moscow man accused of murdering three people and critically injuring a fourth isn't going to be back in court until July.
One person is in the hospital tonight (Tuesday) after two vehicles crashed on the corner of 17th Street and 17th Avenue in Lewiston.
There is no more evidence left to present in the Natasha Hodges murder trial.
Washington State University faculty, students and staff will continue to have unhindered access to the Internet.
Not everyone gets how to use social media.
A Clarkston woman is headed to prison for a year for felony hit and run.
The Washington State University Police Department is getting some criticism over how long it took them to issue an alert this weekend.
Two witnesses took the stand Monday in the Natasha Hodges murder trial.
Three people have been treated and released from the hospital tonight after a crash on the Spalding Bridge.
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.
U.S. Senator Mike Crapo is recognized for holding more town meetings in 2015 than any other member of congress.
This is Parkinson's Awareness Month.
Officials with the city of Moscow have been trying to figure out how to expand bus routes for quite some time, but that plan could be squashed, and even reversed if congress doesn't take some action.
We continue our coverage of the Natasha Hodges murder trial.
Idaho's First Territorial Capitol Interpretive Center is looking more and more like the original, thanks to construction class students from Lewiston High School.
Yes it is my last day as your reporter, and wow I am going to miss this place.
It's Parkinson's Awareness Month and leaders from the Lewiston Civic Theatre are working to educate the community about the disease and raise money for our local Parkinson's Resource Center.
A Lewiston man is hosting a fundraiser on Friday to raise money that will help him change the lives of others.
Nationwide roughly 7.6 million animals will enter shelters this year.
Since court let out on Wednesday, the defense filed a motion of acquittal for Natasha Hodges.
If you get a call from someone claiming to be from the water department, it may be a scam.
A former Washington State University employee is charged with storing and sharing child pornography on his work computer.
Full-time students at four-year colleges in Idaho will pay more for school next year.
Pullman's Hazardous Materials Team will be merging with Lewiston's.
On Thursday, the Latah County Library District Board will consider approving a new lease agreement for the Genesee branch.
After four days of testimony the state has now rested in Natasha Hodges murder trial.
Washington state leaders are closer to figuring out how they're going to pay for smaller class sizes.
A new study just released by Feeding America confirms more and more Idahoans are going to bed hungry.
A Moscow man who admitted to letting an elderly man starve to death in his care will have to wait a little big longer to find out his punishment.
Pullman is doing much better compared to other cities in Washington.