In more local news, it was a packed house Wednesday evening as two city employees said their goodbyes.
Researchers at Washington State University are working on finding a medicine that will help local farmers save lives in Africa.
Some upcoming road work may affect your commute.
A movie made by two Boise residents will play all over the state of Idaho as a way to welcome back Vietnam veterans.
A wanted Garfield man is behind bars tonight (Thursday) in California.
A Clarkston man faces several felonies after a high speed chase Thursday morning.
Latah County Commissioners are looking more into how they can help the struggling residents of Syringa Mobile Home Park near Moscow.
Fishermen are preparing for Salmon season, and this year is looking great.
Leaders from the Lewis-Clark Special Olympics are getting ready for their Sixth Annual Auction fundraiser.
The Lewiston Parks and Rec Department is looking to rebrand their summer movie series, and they want your help.
Some election drama already hearing up in Albion, Washington. A few people feel they've been snubbed from being able to run for upcoming city council positions.
Next week a Whitman County judge will schedule a hearing for Cheryl Bynum of Clarkston.
ISIS has published a "Hit List" with American service members' names and their home addresses, urging its followers in the U.S. to kill them.
A bill that would raise teacher salaries in Idaho is moving onto the Senate.
Idaho Republican U.S. Senator Mike Crapo is continuing his tour through Idaho and will be in our area next week.
Palouse Habitat for Humanity plans on breaking ground for their next house in May but before that, they need the money to pay for it.
Clarkston High School is getting ready for their first annual Career Fair, happening (Wednesday) tomorrow.
The Moscow Food Co-Op wants to make sure everyone can afford healthy and natural food.
Moscow police are asking people to think twice before leaving anything in their cars.
One man is dead after a traffic stop near Ahsahka Monday night.
A 39-year-old Anatone man and his son are sentenced to ten days in jail for poaching two trophy-class bull elk near Anatone in November.
Washington State University's wheat breeding program will release their 100th variety to farmers in the fall of 2017.
Next year a Potlatch teacher will completely re-work how she teaches her students about the environment, water quality and global warming.
Kids at Heights Elementary School in Clarkston love to read, especially for the chance to win a new bike!
Two longtime Lewiston city employees and department leaders will retire later this week.
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.
His family describes him as a caring, giving person who would do anything for anybody.
Today (Friday) is the first day of Spring, and even though things appear to be green out there, leaders with the Lewiston Fire Department say looks can be deceiving.
A 19-year-old WSU student will face a jury in June for felony possession of marijuana with intent to deliver.
The number of psychiatric beds in the nation has been on a steady decline for several years.
There have been a lot of IRS scams going on, but if you get a letter from the IRS after filing your taxes that asks you to verify your identity it’s probably not a scam!
It looks like spring has sprung and that also means tick season is here
Over the next few years the older buildings on the Washington State University campus will be demolished.
And also in Genesee, city leaders are now looking into setting up official city government email accounts for councilors, or at least adding contact information to the city's website.
Officials from the city of Genesee and the Latah County Library District will announce the Genesee Library's new ten-year lease agreement in the coming weeks.
The FBI is investigating a data breach that will impact millions of people in Washington, Oregon and Alaska.
Idaho U.S. Senator Mike Crapo is trying to give citizens more freedom to carry weapons on U.S. Army Corps of Engineer property.
The city of Pullman needs four more families to help host some Japanese visitors next week.
Thousands of dollars are now available to a local non-profit thanks to generous members of the community.
Moscow city administrators are writing up a policy that sets the criteria for street closures for parades, construction and community functions like block parties.
April 2015 is Parkinson's Awareness Month in Moscow.
25 people were arrested in Boise after protesting in support of changing the state's Human Rights Act.
Workers at the Nez Perce County Courthouse are still cleaning up the aftermath of a raw sewage flood that filled the basement last week.
A Clarkston women is in jail in New Mexico tonight (Tuesday.)
Idaho lawmakers will wait to decide on re-writing Idaho's concealed carry law.
If you're interested in climbing the branches of your family tree, you may want to visit one of the Whitman County Libraries.
Snowpack conditions in three regions of Washington State are near record lows; that's why Governor Jay Inslee has declared a drought.
Leaders at Gritman Medical Center hope to help with the shortage of doctors and medical staff in local rural areas.
Charles Wright, 25, of Moscow admits he let 67-year-old Lee Pohrman starve to death under his care in 2013.
Transportation funding in Idaho has reached a $262-million shortfall. The solutions lawmakers are trying to come up with aren't sitting right with one of the largest automobile associations in Idaho.
Kids at the Northwest Children's Home had a special visitor Monday who taught them how to have fun and express themselves through a street-style dance called krumping.
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.
We want to let you know about an upcoming event celebrating Native American heritage and culture.