The Johnson Bar Fire burning near Syringa has now consumed nearly 7,000 acres.
The city of Lewiston could have a new fire chief come next week.
A specific phone scam in our area police want you to know about.
Keith Havens interview’s U.S. Senator Mike Crapo about wildfire funding and immigration.
Red flag warnings are in effect around the region because of the thunderstorms projected for the rest of the work week.
The local coalition EPIC is throwing a party this weekend and everyone is invited.
Power has been restored to all but seven households on the Palouse that lost it last night due to the storm.
Better news on the Big Cougar Fire. Crews are being assigned to other incidents, as containment has now topped 80-percent.
Tuesday's thunderstorms only made matters worse for crews fighting the Johnson Bar Fire.
Trees weren't only falling down into roads and on power lines Tuesday night, they were also falling onto houses.
Crews are mopping up after a fast-moving fire in Clarkston Tuesday afternoon.
The University of Idaho is one of only nine universities chosen to host some of the top graduate students in the world.
At Monday night's Clarkston City Council meeting council members decided not to allow the proposed zoning changes that would authorize the sale of marijuana in Clarkston, but that no-vote could turn into a re-vote.
Still, the council members seem to have made up their minds to further delay pot sales in Clarkston.
A new fire we are now following is the Johnson Bar Fire, burning in the Nez-Perce Clearwater National Forest.