Over 100 high school students are visiting the University of Idaho campus for the First Annual Youth Water Summit.
Pullman Regional Hospital is working with a software company out of Spokane to bring speech therapy to rural school districts that wouldn't have access to it otherwise.
A local farm is trying to keep up as demand in the country skyrockets for a particular food...hummus.
Often times a teacher's work for their class goes unrecognized.
A Clarkston woman who was arrested Monday night after being accused of driving under the influence and causing an accident that led to a major power outage in Pullman, said she's not guilty.
Learning about history and drinking beer.... The two activities generally aren't associated with one another, unless you want a lesson on the history of brewing beer in Idaho.
What started out as an end of the year party for Youth Hockey League players and skaters, turned into something much more.
The L-C Valley appeared on national television once again for the unsolved murders and disappearances that plagued the region from the 1970's to 1980's.
The dress, cake, flowers, and invitations…When you add it all up - including the honeymoon, the average wedding costs almost $30,000!
It’s been over a month since crews broke ground at Turning Pointe Business Park, and construction is coming along.
A Lewiston family is facing a hard battle after their three-year-old son was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cancer.
Eastern Washington farmers have a new way to help them determine which strains of wheat and small grains to plant to get the highest yields.
9-1-1 lines are fully restored after an outage left most of Washington without the emergency dispatch service Thursday morning.
A remote control Quadcopter could soon be taking small businesses to the next level.
The fire that burnt a business in Palouse to the ground is still under investigation.