A wedding beneath towering Mount Hood, overlooking the swift blue water of the Columbia River in the Gorge, truly felt like a fairy tale for Erin Hanson and Katie Pugh. But when the couple went to find a baker for their wedding cake, they were turned away because they are lesbians.
Smoke can still be seen rising from the rubble left from the fire that destroyed five buildings over the weekend.
The state decided earlier this year to give the hilltop mansion back to the descendants of Simplot, the billionaire potato mogul who donated the 7,400-square-foot home to be used as a residence for Idaho's chief executive in 2004, four years before he died at age 99.
Our team poured through State Patrol reports and 911 phone calls and discovered that in spite of emergency conditions, Washington's DOT refused to close the dangerous highway during a December snow event until it was too late.
In the August primary, Pullman residents will vote on a levy that would increase the City's General Fund Revenue by more than $880,000, and two additional levies will also appear on the ballot.
The Pullman Police Department has concluded their investigation of the March 30th assault of a Washington State University instructor.
A sexually explicit photo distributed on Twitter has landed a trio of local high school students in hot water.
Idaho's potato industry is gazing north of the U.S. border to a tiny Canadian apple breeder for a sign of how the public may embrace a genetically modified potato proposed for commercialization by the J.R. Simplot Co.
In 1980, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. founder Ken Grossman effectively put the Cascade hop of Yakima on the map. More than three decades later, Washington State University researchers studying optimal brewing qualities with that same hop recently interned with Sierra Nevada master brewers to hone their brewing skills and learn advanced brewing methods that are being pioneered by American craft brewers.
Voters in Pullman will decide in August if they're willing to raise their property taxes to help the city out of a financial crisis.
Pullman police on Tuesday recommended that charges be filed against five people in a case in which a Washington State University instructor was left gravely injured following a fight.
The Spring semester is over for both the University of Idaho and Washington State University, but thousands of students are sticking around the Palouse for the summer to take extra classes.
An intruder was stabbed to death early Monday in a struggle with residents of a home in North Bend, and now detectives are trying to determine if the intruder is the same man who assaulted a woman in the same house the day before.
With harvest season just around the corner, the devastating impact of the Craigmont fire can be felt most by those whose livelihoods were engulfed in the flames
The landscape of Craigmont will forever be changed following a disastrous fire that destroyed three historic structures.