The study, released this week by the Pew Charitable Trusts, found their rates are so high mainly because they're among only seven states that impose no legal limits on them.
Three schools in the Clarkston School District are the recipients of Washington State's Annual School of Achievement Award.
WSU student teachers only have about three weeks left before graduation, and two of them are making some lasting memories at a local elementary school.
Easter time often goes hand in hand with chocolate bunnies and Easter egg hunts.
A man is recovering from a severe head injury after causing the Genesee School District to go on lockdown Friday morning.
Today is Good Friday, which is a significant holiday for Christians, and it means the big Easter celebrations are just a couple days away.
And a different type of celebration for the Lewiston Fire Department.
A state employee was honored for his decades of service at a ceremony on Wednesday.
The Heroes Project spokesman Zach Rosenfield says 28-year-old former Marine Staff Sgt. Charlie Linville remains at basecamp at 17,598 feet where he arrived on Wednesday.
911 operators around the U.S. are being honored for National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, and in Lewiston it's no exception.
Would you let your insurance company track your driving for a discount?
As you're getting ready for Easter weekend there's several things you need to look out for when it comes to your furry friend.
Four years ago this week Rachel Anderson went missing, but family and friends are making sure she's not being forgotten.
Nez Perce County Sheriff's deputies are hosting a free boating safety class this Saturday.
Washington Senator John McCoy is asking K-12 educators to focus less on standardized testing, and more on creating "Problem Solvers."