The Lewiston Fire Department and Lewiston School District are getting ready for the school year.
School is officially back in session for Clarkston students.
Several families are being told their kids might not be able to go to school in the Pullman School District this year.
Whitman County and the city of Pullman have taken another step forward in keeping their residents safe.
A Pullman man is in Whitman County Jail on a $100,000 bond and awaiting a mental evaluation.
You may have noticed the flashing school zone signs around town.
And while the free and reduced meals program helps during the week, many are worried about meals during weekends, too.
A reminder from Pullman. The installation of a new sewer line is forcing a portion of the Terre View Drive multi-use path to close starting on Monday.
We have another local ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge' to show you, but this one's a bit unique.
School starts up again this week and more than half of students in the Clarkston School District are a part of the free and reduced meals program.
Asotin County Superior Court is working to go paperless.
A former Washington State University student faces charges of felony burglary, three counts of assault, resisting arrest and malicious mischief.
You might see some extra law enforcement out on the streets and highways, that's because yesterday (Sunday) marked the beginning of Idaho Transportation Department's Impaired Driver Mobilization.
The University of Idaho Vandals are not only celebrating 125 years, but also new beginnings.
The battle regarding immigration is heating in the Gem State, as Governor 'Butch' Otter is calling on the feds to not use Idaho as a destination for undocumented immigrant children.
Containment is slow but steady around the Johnson Bar Fire, that's according to fire leaders on the blaze.
Expect to see firefighters at several intersections throughout the L-C Valley Saturday.
Sediment build-up in the lower Snake River has been causing problems for The Army Corps of Engineers for years.
Car enthusiasts aren't the only ones getting ready as the Lewiston Police Department also prepared for one of the busiest weekends of the year.
The summer is winding down, but there's still plenty of time to enjoy your backyard deck.
The annual tradition of Hot August Nights is upon us, with the festivities kicking off (Thursday) today.
If you plan on commuting between Moscow and Pullman at any point within the next six or seven weeks, avoid using Airport Road.
Every year about 20,000 fire departments apply for a regional grant. Only about a fifth of them are approved. And this year, Whitman County District 12 is one of them.
The Washington Employment Security Department has released unemployment rates for the month of July.
Idaho Public Health officials are urging everyone to get vaccinated against pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough.
The Asotin County Sheriff's Office is getting reports about a phone scam.
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris-Rodgers is making stops in Eastern Washington to meet with her constituents, which included a stop in Clarkston.
In our age of social media, almost everything can be done online, now even running a 5K can be done virtually.
An estimated 400 to 500 acres of farmland east of Moscow is charred Wednesday, after a prescribed burn got out of control.
The dispatch center at the Lewiston Police Department is getting nationally recognized for its training standards.
People around the world are spreading awareness about ALS by taking part in a popular Ice Bucket Challenge.
Building some new softball fields and an amphitheater are among the goals of Lewiston Parks and Rec leaders.
Evacuations have been downgraded on the Johnson Bar Fire. Officials said back burning is helping them better control the blaze.
Being a so-called college town can have its challenges, especially when school isn’t in session.
Taxes are going up for property owners in Moscow.
A local senior care center is being recognized nation-wide for their work.
It started out among friends and now businesses are challenging businesses to fight ALS with the "Ice Bucket Challenge."
Covering Washington, Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rogers is coming to Clarkston tomorrow (Wednesday).
The second reading of the 2015 Lewiston budget is now in the books, despite cost cutting measures just beginning.
While the budget consumed most of the night, the council had another decision to make, but this one proved to be much easier.
Moscow schools will not start classes until September 8th. The decision was announced at a board meeting Monday night.
Asotin County has a new sheriff.
The Lewiston Police Department is going above and beyond to be one of the best departments in Idaho.
Almost 23,000 children are reported missing in Washington State every year. Two agencies are working together to bring them home, but they need your help.
With the fall semester about to start, this week is the Week of Welcome at WSU.
Twenty-seven Moscow children now have brand new backpacks filled with school supplies thanks to US Bank in Moscow.
Three people are recovering from minor injuries after a collision with a train Sunday in Whitman County.
A fast moving fire burning in the Wallowa Whitman Forest has now destroyed one structure and nearly 3,600 acres.
One Lewiston woman is working to raise money for cancer research.
You may be seeing several yellow school buses parked around the Palouse, that's because it's time to 'Stuff the Bus.'
The University of Idaho is focusing on the future by making some cuts.
An Arlington man faces felony charges after breaking into a sorority house Thursday night.
For years, wells in the L-C Valley and surrounding area haven't been getting the water they need.