Wednesday we went to DownEast in Moscow and covered the semi-formal trends for this summer and today (Thursday) we visit them again for the trends in casual wear.
Wednesday afternoon a Moscow couple accused of allowing a man in their care to starve to death appeared in court.
Fire lines protecting private property around the Hurricane Creek fire are holding.
A man who went missing last week, has been found safe and is now getting the treatment he needs.
All the wildfires in Washington State have affected not only people but also pets, which is why a local organization is lending a hand.
Asotin County is no closer to filling its interim sheriff vacancy Wednesday night.
Some Washington schools will now have to notify parents when they fail to meet national test standards.
One of Clarkston's most popular eatery's is gaining national attention.
The L-C Valley has a hidden secret. Recently, however, some kind-hearted people have started bringing it to light and working to fix it.
Exactly four months after the deadly mudslide in Oso, Washington, police believe they've found the last body.
Summer is the time of weddings, parties, and special events.
The Carlton Complex fire burning in north-central Washington is officially the largest wildfire in state history.
The future is unclear for an establishment called "The Perch" in Moscow.
The Lewiston Police Department needs the public's help in finding a missing endangered person.
A proposal to raise Lewiston City Pool rates is now headed to council.
Growing up, many of us would get lost searching the pages of the 'Where's Waldo?' books. Reporter Jenee' Ryan shows us how you can do it on the Palouse, in real life.
Another fire that we've been following closely is one burning 4 miles southwest of Joseph, Oregon... the Hurricane Creek Fire.
A new piece of 3-D technology has been proven to increase breast cancer detection accuracy by 25%.
You can expect to see 80 mile-per-hour speed limit signs in Idaho starting on Thursday.
Several law enforcement agencies paid tribute to one of their own Sunday morning.
The Pittsburg Fire, burning within the Hells Canyon National Recreation area, is now at 60% containment.
The United States Department of Agriculture is helping out Native American communities in 18 states, and the Nez Perce Tribe is one of them.
An Orofino woman is dead after she was hit while out on a bike ride on Highway-12.
A $20,000 felony warrant is now issued for a Lewiston man.
Tri-State Memorial Hospital's Renal Dialysis Centers' serve patients in eastern Washington, northeast Oregon and north central Idaho.
July is National Ice Cream Month and what better way to celebrate than to enjoy an ice cold cone in the summer sun?
Thursday, the Superintendent of Public Instruction announced that $213-million will be awarded to select Washington school districts, thanks to both legislature and Governor Jay Inslee.
If you’ve been through Pullman recently you may have noticed some extra pops of color.
A burn ban for the area surrounding Pullman is still in effect.
The Hurricane Creek Fire, which is burning four miles southwest of Joseph, Oregon remains at zero-percent containment
The first day of construction on a multi-million dollar project is now in the books.
You probably don't think your everyday actions are harming your major appliances, but chances are, you're doing something to at least one of them that could lead to an emergency repair call.
There's a shortage of blood in our area. That's why leaders from the Inland Northwest Blood Center say they need your help this summer.
A joyride early Wednesday morning has caused a lot of damage to one of our popular landmarks, and police need your help finding out who was behind it.
Despite the fact that there are no fires burning within our region, air quality is being affected and individuals with sensitive breathing conditions should start monitoring their health when outdoors.
We also want to bring you an update on a fire we told you about Tuesday burning in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest.
We're following several wildfires in the Northwest, starting with the Pittsburg fire.
The Asotin County Family Aquatic Center has been in business for ten years now. To celebrate, leaders from the center are inviting everyone to join them for a day of fun in the sun.
Registration is open for the Boys and Girls Clubs fall sports programs.
While temperatures remain high it's important to know how to prevent heat-related illnesses.
Multiple fires are burning around Eastern Washington as well. Six of them started on Tuesday.
A Multimillion dollar project, that has been in the works for more than 20 years, in Asotin County is finally moving forward.
With summer in full swing and University students trickling back for the fall semester, the sidewalks and streets of the Palouse are quickly filling up with cyclists.
If you have been in Moscow lately, you may have noticed that something significant is missing.
There are a few road work projects that could affect your commute.
The Lewiston Nez Perce County Airport is quieter than usual as day two of scheduled maintenance on the runway is now in the books.
Charges are now pending against a Lapwai woman who crashed into a Lewiston fire station almost two weeks ago.
Firefighters are battling a fast-moving fire in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest.
A Pullman man faces second degree animal cruelty charges after being accused of leaving two dogs and a cat in a hot car Sunday.
Asotin County Sheriff Ken Bancroft has announced he wants to retire early.
The Washington Primary is on Tuesday August second. This past weekend several candidates who'll be on the Asotin County ballot had the opportunity to address voters at a candidate forum in Clarkston.
Clarkston City Council members approved six different road construction projects that may begin anytime in the next six-years.
We are still waiting to hear what caused the death of a 66-year-old Dayton woman.