The Moscow Volunteer Fire Department and Mayor Bill Lambert have announced that Brian Nickerson of Los Alamos, New Mexico will be the new fire chief.
A Clarkston woman and her daughter are moving into their new home that was built by hundreds of people in the community.
The Forest Service's new proposed management plan for the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest is now open for public comment.
A new fire burning 12-miles southwest of Joseph, Oregon has already destroyed 190-acres.
Streets in Lewiston are drying out after a ruptured pipe caused some flooding.
Nez Perce County Democrats are excited about opening up a new office.
Nez Perce County Sheriff's deputies are sending out a warning Wednesday night about internet fraud.
A Moscow store shut down for a few hours Wednesday to let in a movie crew.
More than $120-million in unclaimed assets are waiting to be claimed in Idaho.
A Clarkston man could spend the rest of life in prison after being convicted of attempted rape Wednesday morning.
The key to keep your AC humming along during the summer is proper maintenance.
Idaho Treasurer Ron Crane is in the Valley today (Tuesday) talking to women about an upcoming financial conference that's designed specifically for them.
Members of the Moscow-based environmental group, Friends of The Clearwater, continue to work with attorneys with the goal of permanently halting the Little Slate Project.
The fate of a Clarkston man charged with attempted rape is being decided by Judge Scott Gallina.
Despite Idaho wheat production being slightly down, leaders still expect a quality crop in 2014.
Three fires continue to burn within the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest.
The heroic actions of one Idaho State Trooper are honored by a prestigious award.
The Republican-led Armed Services Committee backed a nonbinding resolution that disapproves of the exchange and faults Obama for failing to notify Congress 30 days in advance of the swap, as required by law.
A little town nestled against the foothills of the Wallowa Mountains came alive over the weekend.
Ever wanted to be part of an archeological dig but could never quite afford to travel all the way to the Middle East or South America?
Motorcycle riders participating in the first ever Pacific Northwest Harley Owners Group Rally in Spokane made special stops in Lewiston Friday and Saturday.
A very talented pair of brothers visited the L-C Valley Sunday night.
We've talked about office wear, semi-formal wear and what's trending. For our final segment of KLEW's Fashion Week we tie it all together at Scruples Salon in Lewiston.
A ballot Initiative to decrease public school class sizes will be on the November ballot in Washington State.
Scheduled maintenance at the Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport is ahead of schedule.
On a sunny day like today (Friday) many families venture outside to enjoy the local parks in Moscow, but some that want to, may not be able to.
Leaders from the L-C Valley's Habitat for Humanity are using part of a $10,000 donation to pay for a Clarkston woman's new house.
Leaders from Walla Walla Community College in Clarkston are getting ready to start up an entrepreneurship program and they're looking for people interested in expanding their business or starting one from the ground up.
A woman accused of beating her friend to death is expected to change her plea this Monday.
If you plan on traveling on Interstate-90 this weekend, you'll need to pay extra attention to the road.
Fire crews in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest have been busy fighting more than a dozen fires started by lightning on Wednesday.
Court proceedings are moving forward for a Moscow man charged with vehicular manslaughter.
Closer to home, crews are busy trying to assess the damage from Wednesdays wind storm.
All 14 branches of the Whitman County Library will be closed for a week in August.
If you have a tree that didn't quite fall over but was damaged or you're worried one more storm might finish the job, you may want to have it taken out.
Clearwater County Sheriff's deputies are taking steps to help people report emergencies after an Orofino man was taken to the hospital by Life Flight Thursday morning after his fishing boat crashed above the Grandad Bridge on Dworshak.
We're nearing the end of KLEW's Fashion Week. We've talked about office wear, semi-formal wear and what's trending but what about trends in the Northwest specifically?
Wednesday we went to DownEast in Moscow and covered the semi-formal trends for this summer and today (Thursday) we visit them again for the trends in casual wear.
Wednesday afternoon a Moscow couple accused of allowing a man in their care to starve to death appeared in court.
Fire lines protecting private property around the Hurricane Creek fire are holding.
A man who went missing last week, has been found safe and is now getting the treatment he needs.
All the wildfires in Washington State have affected not only people but also pets, which is why a local organization is lending a hand.
Asotin County is no closer to filling its interim sheriff vacancy Wednesday night.
Some Washington schools will now have to notify parents when they fail to meet national test standards.
One of Clarkston's most popular eatery's is gaining national attention.
The L-C Valley has a hidden secret. Recently, however, some kind-hearted people have started bringing it to light and working to fix it.
Exactly four months after the deadly mudslide in Oso, Washington, police believe they've found the last body.
Summer is the time of weddings, parties, and special events.
The Carlton Complex fire burning in north-central Washington is officially the largest wildfire in state history.
The future is unclear for an establishment called "The Perch" in Moscow.
The Lewiston Police Department needs the public's help in finding a missing endangered person.
A proposal to raise Lewiston City Pool rates is now headed to council.
Growing up, many of us would get lost searching the pages of the 'Where's Waldo?' books. Reporter Jenee' Ryan shows us how you can do it on the Palouse, in real life.