If you've ever received anesthesia for a surgery, you may want to hear about this.
Wednesday, Whitman County Library District kicks of its 13-week 'Technology made Easy' Series.
Construction for the new Walgreens on the corner of Fifth and Bridge Street in Clarkston has been going on since April, and they'll be opening soon.
A Tekoa woman is facing charges of second degree burglary, malicious mischief and theft.
John Lee, the suspect in Moscow's January shooting spree, will stay in Washington for now.
Idaho Transportation officials said they're optimistic that state lawmakers will come up with a plan to address the more than $200 million needed to maintain roads and bridges.
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.
A lot of people are still enjoying their three-day weekend this Presidents' Day.
Washington State lawmakers are considering sending the Smaller Class-size Initiative back to voters.
If you missed the last day of open enrollment for medical coverage through Washington's HealthPlanFinder, that's okay because there's still time to sign up.
A Clarkston man remains behind bars, after he allegedly burglarized a home and stole a pickup truck over the weekend.
Advances in human medicine often align with advances in animal medicine, and there's a new and impressive heart monitor that's been tested extensively on humans, but less on animals.
Over a dozen University of Idaho Theatre Arts students will be at Central Washington University in Ellensburg (Tuesday) tomorrow.
New information on a shooting in Pasco, Washington.
Valentine's Day is Saturday and if you haven't gotten a gift for your special someone yet, don't panic.