Three attorneys are now in the running for the open Superior Court Judge position in the Hell's Canyon Circuit.
Three candidates are waiting for an answer from the Clarkston School Board of Directors.
Leaders from the Port of Lewiston are sitting with a lot on their minds right now. Supporters of the Lewis Clark Ice Rink met with port leaders Wednesday night to explain why they feel the rink should stay.
Pullman Transit has been serving its community for 35-years, but over the last few years, ridership has dropped significantly and now the bus schedule is being cut back.
Both parties pressing charges against the owner of the Syringa Mobile Home Park for his negligence as a landlord are making headway in court.
Colleges depend on their faculty and staff, and University of Idaho Vandals decided to show their appreciation in a whole new way.
Several Washington State leaders were in town Tuesday night to celebrate the accomplishments of students in our area.
Did you know someone in the United States is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease every 67-seconds.
Investigators are trying to figure out what caused a house fire in Lewiston early Tuesday morning.
No scooters at the skate park... that was the final ruling at Monday's city council work session.
Back in February, the honors government class at Orofino High School brought back a trophy from the state competition.
The city of Moscow is ready to make its downtown area safer for pedestrians by encouraging bikers to "Walk their Wheels."
Today (Tuesday) is Earth Day, which is a perfect time to recognize the importance of trees and their role in protecting the planet.
Spring Fest will kick off at Washington State University this weekend, and this year the festival includes a family-friendly event that you might want to check out.
She's spent 14-years in the Idaho Legislature and now she's running for Congress.