More than half the students in the Lewiston School District are going hungry and don't have proper clothing to keep them warm during winter.
Three former SeaWorld whale trainers visited the University of Idaho Friday to speak out against the captivity of whales and dolphins for entertainment.
The Moscow Police Department is preparing for a busy day Saturday.
Over 300 Palouse residents are thinking more about how much water they use tonight.
Republican Candidate for Idaho State Schools Superintendent, Sherri Ybarra is facing some criticism right now for the fact that she hasn't voted in any Idaho General Election since she moved to the state in 1996.
On his way out of Lewiston today (Friday) Governor Butch Otter made a stop at Idaho's First Territorial Capitol building.
Several law enforcement agencies are working together to investigate an arson case in Orofino Friday night.
An elementary school in the region has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
Instead of selling candy bars or magazine subscriptions, leaders at Logos school in Moscow wanted to do something worthwhile and important to the community.
Gritman Medical Center will soon be providing more diabetes awareness and education on the Palouse.
For the first time ever, Idaho anglers will get to catch fish that were technically extinct, but are now thriving in our waters.
Many teens in the valley are driving the streets with a better understanding of how their cars work and the maintenance it takes to keep them running.
A team of Idaho republican leaders are touring the state talking to residents and answering their questions.
There's a new way to donate and show your support for breast cancer screening and testing.
Latah County actually gave out their first gay marriage license on Friday after some confusion over the law.
We're about three weeks away from the Washington General Election.
A Lapwai woman said she's not guilty of vehicular manslaughter.
A wheelchair bound Lewiston woman is hoping city leaders do something to make it easier for people like herself to get around town safely.
A tragic end to the search for a hunter who was missing in Clearwater County.
A historic day in Idaho today (Wednesday). The Gem State is now issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
1863 was the first year marriage licenses were granted in Nez Perce County, and today (Wednesday) marked anther historic moment, as same-sex couples can now be legally married in Idaho.
We're in the middle of National Teen Driver Safety Week and a local insurance company is doing their part to educate teen drivers and raise awareness about safe driving habits.
The General Deer hunting season in Idaho started on Friday, and for the first time, 10-year-old kids are allowed to join the hunt.
Idaho County police are looking for a Boise man who went missing on Saturday.
Since the video of Ray Rice hitting his wife leaked, domestic violence has been a huge topic of conversation.
With the use of technology, students at Lewis-Clark State College were given a rare opportunity Tuesday.
Community members will soon be able to honor past and present military personnel in a very special way.
A Washington State University student has developed a technique that can be used to detect water on other planets, like Mars.
The Asotin County Fire Marshal has lifted the emergency burn ban that was put into place this summer because of dangerous weather conditions, but you can't burn until tomorrow (Wednesday).
Idaho courthouses are prepared to hand out marriage licenses to same-sex couples for the first time Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.
Scott, I'm standing in front of what's expected to be the first shop to sell marijuana in the city.
Clarkston City Council members decided to allow a proposed zoning ordinance that would authorize the sale of marijuana in Clarkston.
Leaders in Idaho said the state is launching its own technology platform for "Your Health Idaho" before the enrollment begins next month.
Gay couples in Idaho can be legally married starting Wednesday.
In more local news, with Halloween just over two weeks away, we have to ask...do you have your pumpkin?
A local charity raised $18,000 over the weekend to help take care of homeless families on the Palouse.
With the start of hunting season, state leaders want to warn the public about the dangers of spreading noxious weeds.
Councilors in Lewiston have the night off in honor of Columbus Day, but that's not the case in Clarkston.
With all the beautiful weather we've been having, there's no better time than this weekend to get outside and enjoy the Annual Harvest Fair.
We found out that having good grades does pay off.
Today (Friday) Pullman firefighters, along with firefighters all over the country, are wearing pink shirts while on duty.
We all know the Pacific Northwest has lots to offer, but have you ever wondered which cities are the best and if you're living in one of them?
Many colleges and universities around the nation require students to have certain vaccinations in order to attend school, however the University of Idaho is not one of them.
We're less than month away from Washington elections and to help voters make the best decisions the L-C Valley Chamber, League of Women Voters, Asotin County Democrats and Asotin County Republicans is hosting a Candidate Forum this weekend.
I'm told there were three same-sex couples that went to the Latah County Courthouse Wednesday morning to wed, full of joy and relief, only to have it taken away from them for a second time this year.
A 26-year-old woman from Clarkston remains in jail on multiple drug counts.
Out with the old, and in with the new. Workers will start demolishing the current Pullman High School on Monday.
In honor of Fire Prevention Week, the Asotin County Fire District is hosting an Open House this weekend.
With temperatures dropping and leaves falling, people are starting to turn up their thermostats.
About a quarter-acre of Koppel Farm in Pullman was charred Wednesday.
The power is back on for more than 300 Avista customers in Pullman.
Two Idaho women are dead from flu-related illnesses. One woman was from Ada County while the other was from Kootenai County.
Supporters of gay marriage came together in Moscow Wednesday night, after receiving some more heartbreaking news.