Here in the LC Valley, the largest distributor of free food in Idaho is helping to solve the growing needs of people who are hungry.
17 large fires burning in Idaho right now, and that’s the most in the nation.
A special ceremony in Pullman Wednesday to honor Washington State University’s late President, Doctor Elson S. Floyd.
A programming note for you. Currently, subscribers to Dish Network are unable to watch KLEW-TV.
The thick smoke from the wildfires has settled in the LC Valley and surrounding areas.
The American Red Cross shelter in Kooskia is now closed. But officials say they’re still ready to help at a moment’s notice.
Experts say firefighters are many times more likely to develop PTSD than the general population, and their treatment needs are different.
The area of the Grizzly Bear Complex, fire officials said the generous donations of food and water they’ve received are greatly appreciated, but what they could really use is some financial help.
U.S. Forest Service officials are urging the public to stay away from wildfires and to be aware of their surroundings this season.
In the effort to help fire victims, your generosity at local grocery stores has been so great, that one local organization said it has the material supplies it needs.
Increased use of synthetic marijuana cross the U.S. is causing a rise in overdoses and violent behavior.
More help is on the way for fire crews stretched thin.
Helping Hands did a little extra helping over the weekend.
KLEW cares about the community, that’s why every Monday we are teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to find a loving forever home for an animal in need.
As crews stay busy battling the multiple fires in our region, resources remain scarce.