March is National Kidney Month, and we want to share another story with you about a wife who saved her husband's life with the gift of her organ.
Local firefighters are joining teams across the state for 'stair climb' in hopes of raising more than $2 million.
Buying a home is an exciting adventure, but it can quickly turn to heartache.
As the warm, dry days of summer quickly approach reducing fire threats and improving the overall forest health is a priority.
A Moscow man is in jail and is facing several charges thanks to two people who took justice into their own hands.
Are women's issues important to men? This is just one of the topics being explored during Women's History Month at Lewis-Clark State College.
An award-winning author and former black bear owner visited Lewiston Wednesday, to tell students about the importance of reading and education.
The Syringa Mobile Home Park east of Moscow has been an issue for Idaho's Department of Environmental Quality since January of 2013.
The Highland Huskies are celebrating Dr.Seuss's Birthday all week long, and what better way to celebrate than having a food drive, a cat in the hat contest and of course lots of great books.
A Lewiston man accused of vehicular homicide said he's not guilty.
The bill passed with a 50-19 vote, with proponents arguing it upholds Second Amendment rights and allows people on campuses to protect themselves.
Locally, the Planning and Zoning Commission held their second meeting Tuesday night discussing pot shop zones.
A Clarkston High School wrestling coach accused of sports gambling won't serve jail time or face a fine.
Wysup Hyundai may become another member of the Kendall Auto Group pending a possible acquisition.
Four people can't sleep in their apartments Tuesday night after a ceiling vent caught on fire in Moscow Wednesday morning.