A Pullman man is in Whitman County Jail on a $100,000 bond and awaiting a mental evaluation.
You may have noticed the flashing school zone signs around town.
And while the free and reduced meals program helps during the week, many are worried about meals during weekends, too.
A reminder from Pullman. The installation of a new sewer line is forcing a portion of the Terre View Drive multi-use path to close starting on Monday.
We have another local ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge' to show you, but this one's a bit unique.
School starts up again this week and more than half of students in the Clarkston School District are a part of the free and reduced meals program.
Asotin County Superior Court is working to go paperless.
A former Washington State University student faces charges of felony burglary, three counts of assault, resisting arrest and malicious mischief.
You might see some extra law enforcement out on the streets and highways, that's because yesterday (Sunday) marked the beginning of Idaho Transportation Department's Impaired Driver Mobilization.
The University of Idaho Vandals are not only celebrating 125 years, but also new beginnings.
The battle regarding immigration is heating in the Gem State, as Governor 'Butch' Otter is calling on the feds to not use Idaho as a destination for undocumented immigrant children.
Containment is slow but steady around the Johnson Bar Fire, that's according to fire leaders on the blaze.
Expect to see firefighters at several intersections throughout the L-C Valley Saturday.
Sediment build-up in the lower Snake River has been causing problems for The Army Corps of Engineers for years.
Car enthusiasts aren't the only ones getting ready as the Lewiston Police Department also prepared for one of the busiest weekends of the year.