Clarkston police are working with the city's public works department to put together a plan of action for installing signs that discourage panhandling.
Thanks to a local shop class, more than 20 kids will have a one-of-a-kind toy under the tree this year.
If you still haven't picked up a Christmas tree this year, you might want to head out to the woods, where you can not only save money but also start a family tradition.
Many families in Latah County need a little bit of help providing Christmas to their children this holiday season.
Prestige Care and Rehabilitation Center in Clarkston is celebrating a special recognition they've gotten for outstanding care.
The confusion continues for the Asotin County Public Facilities Board, not over the firing of Aquatic Center Director Nick Bacon, but now over who appoints new board members.
The Asotin County Aquatic Center is teaming up with Lewiston Parks and Rec to give local residents a unique experience.
Moscow police found nothing suspicious in their search after evacuating Moscow High School because of a bomb threat Monday morning.
Pullman police need your help identifying the driver of a vehicle that ran over a 20-year-old Pullman man before fleeing the scene.
KLEW cares about the community and that's why each Monday we'll be teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to help find a local animal a loving home.
The Valley Boys and Girls Club auction was a big success this year.
December is here, and with it comes all the joys of Christmas time.
A Clarkston native is trying to overcome a disease that could ultimately cause her to go blind...and she needs your help.
For most, the holiday season is a time of joy, but for some families it can be a time of stress for parents and disappointment for kids.
Lights are being hung and trees decorated as we all get ready for Christmas.