Newly appointed Washington State Representative Mary Dye stopped in Clarkston Thursday to meet some of our local leaders.
Water and irrigation officials want to encourage residents to start conserving water.
The Nez Perce County Sheriff's office also want to remind travelers to buckle up every time they get in a vehicle.
Transportation officials say almost 200,000 Idahoans will be hitting the road this Memorial Day weekend and travelers from Lewiston can expect to pay less at the pump.
Thousands of school teachers across the state of Washington have been filling the streets in planned one-day walkouts.
Lewiston Police are gathering information about a shooting last Tuesday night.
A man may face Federal charges after reportedly cutting the owner of a grocery store in Kamiah with a knife.
The Lewis-Clark Valley Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for their 'Leadership Program.'
One of the most important transportation projects in the valley is moving forward.
Over 300 elementary students celebrated National Public Works Week at the Nez-Perce County Fairgrounds Wednesday.
Over 100 Clarkston residents are at risk of going homeless.
Idaho Governor Butch Otter has signed the Child Support bill. It passed in a special session Tuesday that lasted just over 11 hours.
Leaders from the Lewiston Fire Department want the public to know about the most common cause of poisoning; its killing over 500 American's per year.
A year long Peck murder case has been put on hold.
A Lewiston man is dead tonight (Tuesday) after he crashed his truck just north of Juliaetta.
Almost two months after signs were installed along beaches in Asotin County, they're now being torn down illegally.
The Idaho County Sheriff's office continues its search Tuesday evening for two Coeur d'Alene men who've been missing for two days.
KLEW cares about the community, and that's why we're bringing you a very special Tuesday edition of our "Pet of the Week."
The Latah County Youth Advocacy Council wants to give parents an inside look into an underage drinking party.
Finding a parking spot during the annual NAIA World Series is like finding a needle in a haystack.
Even though we've had a lot of rain this past week, fire season is starting a month and a half earlier this year.
More than 1,000 Avista customers in Asotin County will experience a power outage late Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.
A Wisconsin woman is in custody tonight (Monday) on a felony marijuana charge.
Construction is underway for a new skate park along the Snake River.
Idaho lawmakers are back in Boise today (Monday) for a special session. Their main focus...child support.
The American Red Cross is looking for eligible donors to give blood in honor of World Blood Donor Day.
A man hit by a car Friday morning while crossing Main Street in Colfax is being treated for unknown injuries at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane,
In more local news, a historic Lewiston business is inviting the public to skate for a cause.
Covering Washington, a statewide drought emergency.
Approximately 32,000 people die in the U.S. every year in car accidents.
An extremely rare disease affecting less than 500 people in the United States, may soon have a cure.
Lewiston Police are asking for the public's help to identify this woman. She's accused of shoplifting.
Governor Inslee also signed a bill Thursday that he said will help you make more informed decisions about buying and using healthcare.
With a new curbside recycling program set to begin late this summer, a new recycling drop off location will also be opening in Moscow.
It's official, the Lewiston Parks and Rec Summer Movie Series has a new name!
Asotin County Commissioners are looking for people interested in getting involved with their community. There are 11 volunteer boards that serve a variety of purposes which you can be a part of.
Family members in Washington now have more say in whether a love one needs treatment.
A Lewiston family is still grieving after losing their son in a drunk-driving accident, and a local business wants to help.
Nez Perce County and the Urban Renewal Agency are going into negotiations to try to end a lawsuit.
An incredible teen from our area is receiving national recognition for her volunteer efforts.
Students at Lewis-Clark State College are getting ready for graduation this Friday and we are happy to report that the school broke their all-time record for the number of students graduating this year and the amount of degrees awarded to them.
The Lewiston Urban Renewal Agency unanimously decided to pay back nine-years of taxes to the Nez Perce County.
Road work on Highway-95 is scheduled to begin next week.
Two members of the Washington State House are seeking an impeachment process against State Auditor Troy Kelley.
A Clarkston dog is home after experiencing the worst and best of people.
A Moscow man, who admitted to letting an elderly man starve to death in his care, is going to prison.
Salmon fishing in the Clarkston area is now closed.
Lewiston may be getting a four-million dollar softball field.
With summer fast approaching many people are starting to plant gardens.
If you live in Lewiston you can now use portable fireplaces and have recreational fires outside your home.
Washington State Marijuana Enforcement officials said they're beginning undercover sting operations to make sure pot stores aren't selling to anyone under 21.
Nearly 100 people gathered Tuesday to remember five Lewiston Police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Monday the Senate unanimously passed a resolution that calls for the release of four American's held prisoner in Iran.