"Pay it Forward," three simple words that carry great meaning for not only a local family but also a community.
When the Moscow City Council plans out its 2016 budget this summer, they're planning on including money to spruce up the city's entryways.
Filing your tax returns will be a little more complicated this year.
Two measles cases have been confirmed in Washington. Health officials said it's linked to Disney theme parks in California.
U.S. Senator Jim Risch calls the President's State of the Union Address; "The same old tired plan."
Washington State leaders are considering a bill that would make it illegal to record audio or video of farming operations without a landowner's consent.
Students at Jenifer Junior High are raising money to go to Washington D.C. and New York City, and they need your help.
Some people in Colfax are back in their homes tonight (Tuesday) after being evacuated due to a bomb scare.
If you've ever wanted to know the ins and outs of law enforcement, a rare opportunity is coming up.
Dozens of community members gathered at Lewis-Clark State College to pay tribute to Doctor King.
The moving words of Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. are little bit more real to some University of Idaho students.
Washington State Health officials are working to fight a food-borne illness outbreak. It's linked to a Latin-style soft cheese.
KLEW cares about the community and that's why each Monday, we're teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to help find a local animal a loving forever home.
In honor of Martin Luther King Junior Day students, children, and community members on both sides of the river volunteered their time to help others.
Data shows that retail marijuana stores in Washington have sold less than one fifth of the 31,000 pounds of marijuana harvested legally last fall.