Each weekday, from now until February sixth, the IRS will reveal a tax scam to look out for this year on their website.
Leaders from Washington State are considering a bill that would make a fourth DUI offense within ten years a felony.
The Pullman Police Department is investigating a reported mugging.
A 29-year-old Clarkston man is headed to prison after his burglary conviction was upheld.
A beloved father in Clarkston is facing emergency liver failure and his family is asking for the community's support.
Over the next few years Washington State University will focus on increasing the number of Native American and Alaskan Native students that receive doctorate degrees.
Washington State Attorney General, Bob Ferguson is backing a bill that would raise the state's legal smoking age from 18 to 21.
And speaking of healthcare, leaders from Washington healthplangfinder are urging 2014 qualified health plan customers who haven't renewed their coverage for 2015 to do it as soon as possible.
"Pay it Forward," three simple words that carry great meaning for not only a local family but also a community.
When the Moscow City Council plans out its 2016 budget this summer, they're planning on including money to spruce up the city's entryways.
Filing your tax returns will be a little more complicated this year.
Two measles cases have been confirmed in Washington. Health officials said it's linked to Disney theme parks in California.
U.S. Senator Jim Risch calls the President's State of the Union Address; "The same old tired plan."
Washington State leaders are considering a bill that would make it illegal to record audio or video of farming operations without a landowner's consent.
Students at Jenifer Junior High are raising money to go to Washington D.C. and New York City, and they need your help.