Asotin County may be saving close to $48,000 a year by having a Whitcom dispatch employee take over the E-911 coordinator position.
Voting is something a lot of women don't take for granted. The League of Women's Voters formed in 1920, just before women were granted the right to vote in 1921.
If you've seen a lot of people wearing orange today (Wednesday) it's not a coincidence. It's National Bullying Prevention Month and people are wearing orange in support of Unity Day.
Pullman Regional Hospital has one more award to be proud of (Wednesday) today.
A U.S. Navy veteran can now be buried with the ashes of her late partner in Idaho.
2.9% of all college students said they have driven after having five or more drinks.
A group of seniors in Garfield County is asking the public for help.
We have some new information tonight on the two suspects arrested in Friday's Quad-Cities Task Force drug bust.
The Asotin County Health District is partnering with Tri-State Memorial Hospital to offer flu vaccines for anyone who hasn't gotten theirs yet.
The Washington Supreme Court is listening to arguments today (Tuesday) for a case filed by three sex trafficking victims who say the website backpage.com helps promote the exploitation of children.
Idaho Governor Butch Otter isn't giving up his fight against gay marriage. He's asking for an 11 judge panel to review the decision previously made by a three judge panel.
A man who admitted to setting fire to an apartment complex in Pullman is headed to Federal prison after being sentenced in Federal Court in Spokane today.
A man who's been on several major news networks including 60 Minutes and Ted Talks visited Colfax Monday night.
A couples belief in the biblical definition of marriage is now getting them in hot water with the city of Coeur d'Alene.
Students in the Clarkston School District are pledging to be drug free. It's part of their Annual "Red Ribbon Week."