Nearly 200,000 Idahoans are expected to hit the roadways this Thanksgiving holiday, and if you're one of them there are some things you can do to keep you safe.
Continuing our coverage in Washington, those in law enforcement are making a huge dent in illegal grow arrests an effort that should help pot entrepreneurs regulate prices.
A lot of you are probably taking a lot of pictures this holiday season, and in tonight's Angie's List Report, some tips on what to do with all those family photos you take.
Leaders from cities and counties all across the State of Washington are working to implement the legalization of marijuana.
While many people are gearing up for Black Friday shopping, Coug fans are getting ready for another Apple Cup.
The battle between local Asotin County leaders about dispatch costs continues.
The Lewiston Police Department has brought on a new addition to their team, all the way from Slovakia.
The foggy, dense air that's been clouding up the Valley is here to stay at least through the week.
A local organization that helps abused and neglected children is calling on local women to inspire girls in need.
Kimi Ross is just one of many animal lovers at Washington State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, but she's a little different than the rest.
The season of giving is upon us, and the largest food drive on the Palouse is right around the corner.
The LCSC campus is always filled with bright minds eager to learn, but Friday those minds were a lot younger than usual.
The costs for dispatch services just don't add up. That was the sentiment Thursday night as Clarkston and City of Asotin officials met to discuss a five-year contract that they have with the county.
Moscow police are asking for the public's help in finding the person responsible for starting a fire at the Idaho Department of Corrections Probation and Parole Office on Thursday morning.