A Lewiston woman who's been accused of being a killer for nearly three years, now knows her fate.
KLEW News wants to congratulate two Clarkston schools that stand out among the best in the state.
Lewiston police and fire are teaming up with the U.S. Army to prepare for a hazardous materials spill.
They say cat's have nine lives...well Jenee' Ryan is about to introduce us to a dog that has at least two.
A Moscow man accused of murdering three people and critically injuring a fourth isn't going to be back in court until July.
One person is in the hospital tonight (Tuesday) after two vehicles crashed on the corner of 17th Street and 17th Avenue in Lewiston.
There is no more evidence left to present in the Natasha Hodges murder trial.
Washington State University faculty, students and staff will continue to have unhindered access to the Internet.
Not everyone gets how to use social media.
A Clarkston woman is headed to prison for a year for felony hit and run.
The Washington State University Police Department is getting some criticism over how long it took them to issue an alert this weekend.
Two witnesses took the stand Monday in the Natasha Hodges murder trial.
Three people have been treated and released from the hospital tonight after a crash on the Spalding Bridge.
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.
U.S. Senator Mike Crapo is recognized for holding more town meetings in 2015 than any other member of congress.