A former Nez Perce County Sheriff's deputy convicted of killing his ex-wife is more than likely going to get a new trial.
This year's Winter Carnival in McCall is expected to be even bigger and better than usual.
You have a chance to meet local best-selling author N.D. Wilson this Saturday.
The University of Idaho is already planning its next fundraising campaign but its most recent 'Inspiring Futures' campaign raised more money than any other fundraising effort in the history of Idaho.
Management and labor disputes have been happening across the west coast, and now the rough waters have spread inward affecting ports along the way.
Best-selling Author James Patterson is helping out a Moscow bookstore.
It's been almost two weeks since dredging on the Snake River began, and so far everything is running smoothly.
Each weekday, from now until February sixth, the IRS will reveal a tax scam to look out for this year on their website.
Leaders from Washington State are considering a bill that would make a fourth DUI offense within ten years a felony.
The Pullman Police Department is investigating a reported mugging.
A 29-year-old Clarkston man is headed to prison after his burglary conviction was upheld.
A beloved father in Clarkston is facing emergency liver failure and his family is asking for the community's support.
Over the next few years Washington State University will focus on increasing the number of Native American and Alaskan Native students that receive doctorate degrees.
Washington State Attorney General, Bob Ferguson is backing a bill that would raise the state's legal smoking age from 18 to 21.
And speaking of healthcare, leaders from Washington healthplangfinder are urging 2014 qualified health plan customers who haven't renewed their coverage for 2015 to do it as soon as possible.
"Pay it Forward," three simple words that carry great meaning for not only a local family but also a community.
When the Moscow City Council plans out its 2016 budget this summer, they're planning on including money to spruce up the city's entryways.
Filing your tax returns will be a little more complicated this year.
Two measles cases have been confirmed in Washington. Health officials said it's linked to Disney theme parks in California.
U.S. Senator Jim Risch calls the President's State of the Union Address; "The same old tired plan."
Washington State leaders are considering a bill that would make it illegal to record audio or video of farming operations without a landowner's consent.
Students at Jenifer Junior High are raising money to go to Washington D.C. and New York City, and they need your help.
Some people in Colfax are back in their homes tonight (Tuesday) after being evacuated due to a bomb scare.
If you've ever wanted to know the ins and outs of law enforcement, a rare opportunity is coming up.
Dozens of community members gathered at Lewis-Clark State College to pay tribute to Doctor King.
The moving words of Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. are little bit more real to some University of Idaho students.
Washington State Health officials are working to fight a food-borne illness outbreak. It's linked to a Latin-style soft cheese.
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.
In honor of Martin Luther King Junior Day students, children, and community members on both sides of the river volunteered their time to help others.
Data shows that retail marijuana stores in Washington have sold less than one fifth of the 31,000 pounds of marijuana harvested legally last fall.
Lewiston Police are looking for who's responsible for a break in at the LC Ice Arena over the weekend.
The Moscow Arby's won't open for about another week. Workers continue to grieve for manager Belinda Niebuhr, one of three victims killed in a shooting spree January 10th.
Last week we told you Clarkston Police and Asotin County Sheriff's deputies have been getting several calls a day from victims of a phone scam, and Lewiston Police said it's happening here too.
Adults in Washington with convictions for marijuana possession could have their charge cleared, depending on a bill Washington State lawmakers are working on.
The man accused of killing three people and critically injuring another in Moscow will wait to be extradited to Idaho.
There's a new Boys and Girls club member in town, and he's here to stay awhile.
The NBA Finals, March Madness, High School State Finals, and The Golden throne, which one is the biggest?
Law enforcement officers have to deal with tough situations every day, including having to notify family members that a loved one has died in an accident or from a crime.
The Golden Throne is the biggest rivalry of the year as both Clarkston and Lewiston basketball teams hit the hardwood, but did you know it's also one of the biggest fundraisers?
You could be one of more than three-million people who have unclaimed money held by the Washington State Department of Revenue.
Niebuhr worked for Happy Day Restaurants for seven years, and the corporation continues to go above and beyond to help her co-workers deal with what happened.
A week after their tragic deaths, memorials for each of Moscow's shooting victims will be held on Saturday.
The panel — made up of the governor, attorney general, House Speaker and President Pro Tem — unanimously voted to pay roughly $401,000 to the winning side's attorney fees and printing costs.
After the holidays food donations tend to decrease, so a local business is doing their part to change that.
In the last several years, the number of registered sex offenders has increased by 23% nationwide.
A Moscow man who admitted to causing an accident that killed his good friend now knows his punishment.
We also looked into whether the state of Idaho is seeing a similar trend, and the answer is yes.
The Asotin County Sheriff's Office is hiring two new patrol deputies; a big deal for an office with just nine full-time police officers.
Since 1992, the Lewiston Police Department has been producing a report with all the stats for that calendar year, and since numbers don't lie, here's a look at the 2014 report.
An Anatone man and his son both pleaded not guilty Wednesday to poaching two trophy-class bull elk.
Each of the victims from Saturday's shooting spree is being remembered and honored.
Funding for smaller class sizes in Washington schools was on Tuesday's agenda for day two of the state's regular Legislative session.
Osiris the missing Ibizan hound is safe and at home recovering tonight (Tuesday) night.