2013 is drawing to a close, but before you focus on new resolutions, you may want to complete one more project this year... making your home more energy efficient.
We begin with a story of how the holiday season isn't always the season to give.
Moscow’s display of hundreds of Christmas 'Nativities from Around the World' is back for its fifth year.
The Clarkston School District is gearing up for levy and bond elections in February.
High school students, talented community members and professional musicians on the Palouse have been collaborating for nearly 40 years to entertain and educate the community.
Flooding in Washington State University Information Technology Department is causing some issues for students in the middle of finals week.
A local government leader is expected home yesterday, after a long stint in a Seattle hospital for severe burns.
A man charged with vehicular manslaughter will not be out anytime soon, as the request for lower bail was denied.
New information was unveiled Wednesday in the Latah County Courthouse regarding the 2010 disappearance of Rachael Anderson.
A man convicted of raping an elderly woman in a nursing home is going to prison for a minimum of seven-and-a-half years.
Over the past few weeks we've seen some overnight temperatures dip below freezing.
Some kids in the L-C Valley are getting some great toys this holiday season thanks to some students from Lewiston High School.
The Lewiston School Board just finished the selection process for a new board member.
Taking responsibility for violating the Idaho open meeting law. That was the sentiment Monday night at the Lewiston City Council meeting.
Leaders from Asotin County have chosen representatives to outline future dispatch agreements.