Rosauers in Moscow is doing its part to make sure as many local families as possible have a good nourishing meal on the table for the holidays.
There's a possibility of snow on the Palouse this Saturday, and it'll inevitably visit the Valley soon too, so it's important to make sure our cars are ready.
Ready or not, we're just hours away from Thanksgiving day.
Black Friday shopping starts tomorrow (Thursday) for many stores and police said there's more you need to be thinking about than just finding the best deal.
Conservation groups can celebrate a small victory tonight (Wednesday) following the announcement that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management will pull its permit from a controversial Wolf Derby.
Holiday travelers have something to be thankful for this year, gas prices!
There are plenty of stores in the valley that are open Thursday night. We have a list for you and a sneak peak of some specials on camping and outdoor sports gear.
One of the most common New Year's resolutions is to lose weight which is ironic, seeing as New Year's Day marks the end of a two-month period where we tend to eat more and worse than any other time of the year.
Thanksgiving goes hand in hand with feasts, family, friends, and of course leftovers; lots of them.
Each year one in six Americans suffer from a food-borne illness, otherwise known as food poisoning, and several thousand die because of it.
Once you're done filling your cart with the early morning door busters, you may want to head to the Humane Society of the Palouse in Moscow.
A local helicopter service provider says he's not being treated fairly, and wants the Lewiston City Council to step in and help.
Dozens of decorated trees are sitting inside the Nez Perce County Fair Building, for one of the L-C Valley's biggest annual fundraisers.
With the biggest fishing event of the year going on in the valley right now, many people may not realize how many volunteers are needed to make it a success.
Right now most teenagers are focused on having fun and enjoying their week off from school, but Jenee' Ryan tells us about a teen who's busy this Thanksgiving break trying to impact the world, starting on the Palouse.
There's a new sheriff in town! John Hilderbrand was sworn in as the new Asotin County Sheriff Tuesday afternoon.
Despite a re-count, Dan Rudolph will be the next Idaho State Representative for Position Six.
Environmental groups and the Nez Perce Tribe are suing to prevent dredging on the lower Snake River, that would enable Lewiston to be the most inland seaport on the west coast.
Meanwhile over in Lewiston, its city council members have voted to allow residents to fire a gun in defense of people or property.
The man accused of raping and murdering a 69-year-old Lewiston woman is claiming his innocence.
We typically spend Thanksgiving at home with family, but some college students have a difficult time making it home, so the University of Idaho decided to step in.
Recreational marijuana sales are officially illegal in the city of Clarkston.
In honor of National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month there will be two free education sessions on the disease held at Wedgewood Terrace in Lewiston.
A teacher with the Asotin-Anatone School District has been recognized as the region's 'Teacher of the Year.'
Alternatives to Violence on the Palouse now has $3,000 more to help their client’s and prevention efforts in Latah and Whitman counties.
Thanksgiving is still a few days away but some low-income families in Moscow are already giving thanks, because they'll actually be able to celebrate the holiday.
Several hundred families won't be going hungry over the holiday thanks to Rogers Toyota-Scion and their customers.
What's been identified as the most important transportation project in the valley in years is finally moving forward.
More than 300 people were able to have a Thanksgiving meal a little early thanks to some local volunteers.
Local law enforcement agencies are teaming up again to provide extra patrols over the holidays.
A documentary about some L-C Valley log rollers has been selected for "Project of the Day" on the website Kickstarter.com.
Health leaders are urging everyone in the Latah County area to check their vaccination records.
Idaho's republican politicians are lashing out against President Barack Obama's plans to spare nearly five million people living in the U.S. illegally from deportation.
Admidst talk about a possible re-count, Idaho State Representative Candidate Mike Kingsley said he will not go forward with that, and concedes.
Lewis-Clark State College was filled with an unusual amount of young bright minds Friday. Every Lewiston third grader visited the campus.
Trees are wrapped and garland hung at Locomotive Park. That means Lewiston's annual Winter Spirit light display is almost ready!
Sadly, many people struggle for food right here in the LC Valley, however tomorrow (Saturday) no one will go hungry thanks to a local reach-out center.
The annual Steelhead Derby will kick off tonight (Friday) and while a lot of things are the same, leaders said there's one big difference this year.
Businesses in Colfax are reminding people passing through the town not to text and drive.
The man accused or raping and murdering Ina Clare Richardson will not face the death penalty.
The giving isn't limited to just the Rotary Club... on Monday we told you that the Food Bank had only one turkey but needed 1,500.
People living in Moscow, you have one more day left to donate to Gritman Medical Center’s 22nd Annual Thanksgiving Drive.
More than 200 fourth graders in Clarkston are ready to be entrepreneurs.
Families all over the region will be able to have a hot turkey dinner this Thanksgiving thanks to a local club.
You have a chance on Monday, November 24th in Lewiston to get free help with your health insurance enrollment.
Registration is open for the nation's largest Steelhead Derby that happens right here in the L-C Valley.
Officers from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife are looking for anyone who has information that could lead them to the person responsible for poaching a trophy class bighorn sheep.
Losing a child is the hardest thing a parent can go through, but one Colfax couple is using their courage and strength to make a positive impact out of such a tragedy.
The streets of Clarkston will once again be filled with Christmas lights and holiday cheer for the 27th Annual Christmas Parade.
Two local groups working to help families fighting cancer are continuing their efforts thanks to the Lewiston Roundup Association.
A Washington State University Fraternity that has had its recognition revoked by the school is taking its case to Whitman County Superior Court.
Things seem to be at a standstill for the termination of Asotin County Aquatic Center Director, Nick Bacon.
The case surrounding a Lewiston man charged with murder is on hold, at least for now.