Caught on camera, frightening moments for an entire neighborhood and a news crew, as shots are fired in the area.
Now for an event where all contestants wanted to be sought out, it’s the Hemingway Festival.
A 27-year-old man is undergoing mental evaluation Monday night.
Covering the Northwest, drought and heat are to blame for the deaths of half of the Sockeye Salmon in the Columbia River.
Police in Citrus County Florida say a dispute that began as a road rage incident led to the death of one man and another facing second-degree murder and other charges.
Covering Idaho, lawmakers want to protect you from cyber-attacks
Right now, fire investigators are looking into a string of fires that have a local community on edge.
KLEW News cares about the community. That’s why every Monday we team up with Helping Hands Rescue to find a loving, forever home for an animal in need.
He’s sworn to protect and serve the city of Lewiston; and today made it official.
Now that the economy is starting to improve, many of us are hoping to clean up finances, pay down debt, and improve a credit score.
Progress being made tonight in the Blue Creek wildfire near Walla Walla.
Lewiston Police, forced to shoot and kill what they called an aggressive dog, and tonight, that dog's owner is in disbelief.
A man suffers from second-degree burns, caused by flames that broke out of an outbuilding in Lewiston.
Covering Washington, you're looking at what firefighters are up against near Walla Walla as they fight the Blue Creek Fire.
New information on a story you saw only on KLEW News, Clarkston Police are offering a $1,000 reward to anyone who has information leading to the arrest of a robber.
It’s hard to think about a world without cell phones but one local town just got what we sometimes take for granted.
A close call at the Port of Wilma, with one of the silo’s at Columbia Grain.
Some Pullman leaders say the legalization of recreational marijuana has had a positive effect on the city’s economy.
A Moscow woman, put in a position of trust, is accused of stealing from her employer.
There's a new Lewiston Police chief in town, and he is gearing up for his first day to protect and serve.
The heat and the drought are really takes its toll on the Northwest salmon population.
We now know what caused a fire that burned 73-acres in the Boise foothills.
A beloved war memorial is in danger of shutting down.
Plans to get the Pullman airport up to Federal Aviation Administration standards are in the works.
In continuing coverage, a brazen robber who preyed on an elderly, wheelchair bound woman remains at large.
Right now, dozens more firefighters are on the scene of one of the nation’s highest priority wildfires, and that’s in Walla Walla.
City leaders on the Palouse see no real problems when it comes to recreational marijuana.
It’s the nation’s largest synchronized breastfeeding event, and one of the locations will be right here in the LC Valley.
The IRS has collected more than one billion dollars from Americans who have not gotten health insurance.
An annual report finds families spent more, a lot more, to send students to college this past academic year.
Covering the Palouse, a blow to the town of Colfax the local Chase Bank is closing its doors for good.
She’s accused of driving under the influence, crashing into another car, and killing a Lewiston teen.
A disturbing robbery to tell you about, an elderly Clarkston woman in a wheelchair robbed in her own home, and she tried to fight him off.
Construction on the Lewiston Hill is as smooth as the new asphalt.
Construction in downtown Lewiston turns a corner! Pretty soon, you won’t have to weave through those orange cones and detours on “D” Street.
New concerns tonight (Wednesday) from the wildfire burning east of Walla Walla.
Some local speed demons are just weeks away from living out their dream.
A rally Tuesday in Lewiston, by folks who say they just want to protect your constitutional rights to bear arms.
And it looks like people in our region should expect another eight weeks, or even longer, of these dry hot conditions.
We're seeing a lot of fires this season, and local fire officials tell us it may only get worse.
The Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport is one step closer to having all the funds for the runway re-alignment project.
I think it’s safe to say the majority of us like to have fun in the sun, and try to fill our time with outdoor activities in the summer. But are you drinking enough water?
The man who led law enforcement officers on a dangerous high-speed chase earlier this month was in court Monday.
Fire crews from around the state of Washington are heading to Grant County.
The old school in Orofino will be torn down soon.
Casting for Recovery is a national non-profit that brings women with breast cancer together through fly-fishing, and four-years ago, a branch formed in our area.
Fire crews are still busy mopping up remains and repairing damages caused by the Cape Horn Fire.
Idaho state leaders can now invest an extra $92-million in schools, roads, public works and labor development.
A new law in the state of Washington will ban open containers of marijuana in vehicles.
The National Transportation Safety Board released its preliminary report on the helicopter that crashed southeast of Asotin earlier this month, leaving two teens dead.
Time to go huckleberry picking, they're here early this year.
KLEW cares about the community, that's why every Monday we're teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to find a loving forever home for an animal in need.
Remember those gas prices below $2.00 in some parts of the country earlier this year?