URM stores now have increased security measures designed to stop any further cyber attacks.
The Idaho Department of Fish & Game celebrated 75 years of service with cake, chili, and a big agenda at their monthly meeting.
Libraries in Whitman County now offer courses to help even the most technologically challenged people learn about computers.
It's "Dead Week" on the Washington State University campus, which means students are preparing for finals.
The man accused of murdering Moscow resident Charles McMichael will have his charge reduced during his preliminary hearing later this month.
Salmon Creek's Caran Johnson, well known in local social-media circles for her tweets on Clark County traffic under the handle @ScanCouver, wrote that she unknowingly live-tweeted her husband's death Tuesday afternoon.
Asotin County leaders from every end of the county are still battling over dispatch costs.
New information Tuesday night about the two-car collision that killed a woman on the Moscow-Pullman Highway Monday afternoon.
Two Whitman County men are in jail on charges of second degree child rape after admitting to having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
Finding a health insurance plan can be intimidating, especially with all the talk about the Affordable care Act and State Health Insurance Exchanges, but the State of Washington is hoping to make that decision easier.
The Pullman City Council held their last full meeting of the year Monday night, and it was complete with some passionate public comments.
School children are "Filling the Bus" for the annual food drive in Lewiston.
A local man charged with multiple sex crimes against children is being let out of jail, at least for now.
Two of the six people wanted for the shooting of a Lapwai woman, are now being extradited back to Nez Perce County.
A local Clarkston High School graduate will soon compete for Miss Montana.