We continue our coverage of the Natasha Hodges murder trial.
Idaho's First Territorial Capitol Interpretive Center is looking more and more like the original, thanks to construction class students from Lewiston High School.
Yes it is my last day as your reporter, and wow I am going to miss this place.
It's Parkinson's Awareness Month and leaders from the Lewiston Civic Theatre are working to educate the community about the disease and raise money for our local Parkinson's Resource Center.
A Lewiston man is hosting a fundraiser on Friday to raise money that will help him change the lives of others.
Nationwide roughly 7.6 million animals will enter shelters this year.
Since court let out on Wednesday, the defense filed a motion of acquittal for Natasha Hodges.
If you get a call from someone claiming to be from the water department, it may be a scam.
A former Washington State University employee is charged with storing and sharing child pornography on his work computer.
Full-time students at four-year colleges in Idaho will pay more for school next year.
Pullman's Hazardous Materials Team will be merging with Lewiston's.
On Thursday, the Latah County Library District Board will consider approving a new lease agreement for the Genesee branch.
After four days of testimony the state has now rested in Natasha Hodges murder trial.
Washington state leaders are closer to figuring out how they're going to pay for smaller class sizes.
A new study just released by Feeding America confirms more and more Idahoans are going to bed hungry.
A Moscow man who admitted to letting an elderly man starve to death in his care will have to wait a little big longer to find out his punishment.
Pullman is doing much better compared to other cities in Washington.
Kitten season is just around the corner.
The Clarkston School District is receiving a lot of reports concerning drivers not stopping when school bus stop signs are out.
A doctor says he knows what caused the death of two-year-old Rylee Mingo.
Leaders from the Northwest Children's Home are addressing some issues preventing them from bringing in new children.
If you're looking for a job, you may want to head to Post Falls on Wednesday.
The Moscow Chamber of Commerce is taking applications for positions on the Board of Directors.
Two days left to file your taxes and the IRS wants to remind everyone of a couple different ways to file quickly and on time, one of them; filing electronically.
A Moscow woman now admits she exploited an elderly man who died in her care in 2013.
In the courtroom Monday, jurors heard details about what happened to two-year-old Rylee Mingo in the emergency room before she died.
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.
Burning season in Moscow opened Saturday and runs through Sunday, April 26th, but that doesn't mean you can just burn anything you want.
On Saturday the Latah County Historical Society will hold its second annual Brews and BBQ in Moscow.
After almost three years of gathering evidence, securing experts, and finalizing a jury, the murder trial for Natasha Hodges is finally underway.
Right now there is trash accumulating along streets in Lewiston and Clarkston.
Pullman School District administrators have their eye on a piece of land.
Pullman Police want you to enjoy the spring weather we've been having, but don't forget to take the usual safety precautions.
Whitman County law enforcement agencies will focus on catching drunk drivers this weekend.
Kindergarten registration is now open for the 2015-16 school year in Clarkston.
Leaders from Beautiful Downtown Lewiston are looking for volunteers to help cleanup the LC Valley this weekend.
A measure that would've banned things like sending emails and searching the web while driving won't become a law.
Officials from the city of Genesee and the Latah County Library District continue to negotiate a new lease agreement for the town's library branch.
A surplus in oil will give drivers a reason to get out on the road this summer.
The Lewiston Police Department opens up about why charges just came down for a shooting that happened almost two weeks ago.
Two people are now behind bars after they tried to get away from law enforcement Monday night in Kooskia.
A man who was shot three times at a Lewiston bar is now charged with battery.
If you live in Moscow, you'll soon get something in the mail asking if you want to participate in the city's new recycling system.
If you rent the house or apartment you live in, it's important to know you have rights.
U.S. Senator Mike Crapo is making some serious waves in Washington.
It's been two year's since a Lewiston woman was charged with first degree murder, and on Friday we will hear her side of the story.
On Thursday, many will come together to remember a Colfax woman who died in a car accident over the weekend.
Pullman Police want to remind viewers to always call them immediately when a crime occurs; never take it into your own hands.
Workers at a Pullman Restaurant are pulling together to help a co-worker's family after her death in a tragic accident this past weekend.
There is still no trial date set for a man accused of raping and killing a Lewiston Woman.
There are new signs at beaches along the river in Asotin County.
KLEW cares about the community and that’s why each Monday, we are teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to help find a local animal a loving and forever home.
Instant horse racing will continue in Idaho.