If you're interested in climbing the branches of your family tree, you may want to visit one of the Whitman County Libraries.
Snowpack conditions in three regions of Washington State are near record lows; that's why Governor Jay Inslee has declared a drought.
Leaders at Gritman Medical Center hope to help with the shortage of doctors and medical staff in local rural areas.
Charles Wright, 25, of Moscow admits he let 67-year-old Lee Pohrman starve to death under his care in 2013.
Transportation funding in Idaho has reached a $262-million shortfall. The solutions lawmakers are trying to come up with aren't sitting right with one of the largest automobile associations in Idaho.
Kids at the Northwest Children's Home had a special visitor Monday who taught them how to have fun and express themselves through a street-style dance called krumping.
KLEW cares about the community and that's why each Monday, we're teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to help find a local animal a loving forever home.
We want to let you know about an upcoming event celebrating Native American heritage and culture.
A Federal Judge said the Forest Service failed to protect wildlife and habitat in the Clearwater National Forest.
A Moscow man faces a robbery charge, even though police say he didn't actually try to rob anything.
A scary medical diagnosis has changed the lives of a young Clarkston woman and her son.
The Moscow Police Department will have extra patrols out looking for drunk drivers starting tomorrow (Saturday) through next Sunday.
A father who lost his suicidal son in a standoff with police is disappointed with Washington State lawmakers.
More teens in Asotin County are choosing not to use drugs and alcohol.
Idaho state budget writers have taken away next year's funding for the public school's broadband program.