He’s sworn to protect and serve the city of Lewiston; and today made it official.
Now that the economy is starting to improve, many of us are hoping to clean up finances, pay down debt, and improve a credit score.
Progress being made tonight in the Blue Creek wildfire near Walla Walla.
Lewiston Police, forced to shoot and kill what they called an aggressive dog, and tonight, that dog's owner is in disbelief.
A man suffers from second-degree burns, caused by flames that broke out of an outbuilding in Lewiston.
Covering Washington, you're looking at what firefighters are up against near Walla Walla as they fight the Blue Creek Fire.
New information on a story you saw only on KLEW News, Clarkston Police are offering a $1,000 reward to anyone who has information leading to the arrest of a robber.
It’s hard to think about a world without cell phones but one local town just got what we sometimes take for granted.
A close call at the Port of Wilma, with one of the silo’s at Columbia Grain.
Some Pullman leaders say the legalization of recreational marijuana has had a positive effect on the city’s economy.
A Moscow woman, put in a position of trust, is accused of stealing from her employer.
There's a new Lewiston Police chief in town, and he is gearing up for his first day to protect and serve.
The heat and the drought are really takes its toll on the Northwest salmon population.
We now know what caused a fire that burned 73-acres in the Boise foothills.
A beloved war memorial is in danger of shutting down.