AAA predicts nearly 100 million Americans will travel away from home over the holidays, including one third of all Idahoans.
KLEW cares about the community and that's why each Monday we team up with Helping Hands Rescue to help find a local animal a loving home.
A local non-profit has teamed up with CrossFit Rove to help all community members live healthier.
The Catholic community gave back in a big way over the weekend, as they set a new record on how many dinners were served.
Asotin County commissioners approved the county budget for 2015 Monday night.
Students at Jenifer Junior High School in Lewiston spread some holiday cheer this afternoon.
When the Christmas lights come out this time of the year, so does the giving spirit.
Washington State leaders are working to create better regulation of e-cigarettes.
Convicted killer Charles Capone is having to wait a little longer to find out his prison sentence.
The Moscow City Council is expected to confirm a new council member during their scheduled meeting tonight.
You have a chance Tuesday morning to get a free prostate screening at Gritman Medical Center.
Beginning in the spring of 2015, Pullman Regional Hospital will offer patients 3-D mammograms.
More than 20 kids in the valley received an early Christmas gift this year. The Boys and Girls Clubs held their annual J.C. Penney shopping spree on Thursday.
Lewis-Clark State College students and staff are spreading holiday cheer with their annual LCSC Cares Food & Toy Drive.
A Lapwai judge who's in his second year of a four-year contract, may lose his job, and the way it's all happening behind the scenes isn't sitting right with many members of the Nez Perce community.