In hopes of getting a working in-car video system for the sheriff's office, the Asotin County Commissioners okay-ed a $90,000 purchase over the next four years.
Two men arrested for bringing more than one pound of meth to the valley were in Superior Court Monday afternoon.
Asotin County Sheriff's deputies are searching for a man who they said tried to lure a 10-year-old girl into his car.
For years, we've heard devastating stories and statistics about the dangers of texting and driving, but it's still fairly common to see people behind the wheel with their phone in hand.
Doctor Chuck Staben has officially taken on the title of the University of Idaho's 18th President.
"When we bring troopers down to take care of this issue at the Capitol, those are troopers were taking off the road, so the rest of Idaho is potentially at significant risk because public safety is jeopardized," Lt. Colonel Kedrick Wills of Idaho State Police said.
Governor Butch Otter will seek a third term as Idaho's governor.
In the state capitol Friday, Governor Otter signed a bill into law that jails and fines people who secretly film animal abuse.
In an attempt to halt the passage of the 'Guns on Campus' Bill, leaders from the Idaho Board of Education spoke out at the capitol Friday.
There is no such thing as a victimless crime, and a recent storage shed break-in has not only victimized volunteers but also countless kids.
The local YWCA is always looking for ways to help those in need, and Friday was no exception.
Gritman Medical Center's newest modality is called a "Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber" and it has already helped many patients recover from their wounds.
In Moscow, brightly colored signs have been scattered across town and they have people asking, "What happened to Charlie?"
Lawmakers voted 11-3 Friday afternoon to send it forward to debate on the House floor, over objections from the majority of people who testified before the committee.
People in Washington could see recreational marijuana stores open their doors this summer.