In the wake of marijuana legalization, police departments in Washington have either put the dogs through pot desensitization training or plan not to train them for marijuana detection.
A Moscow man was recently arrested for the reported rape and assault of a woman in his apartment.
Another Moscow man was also recently arrested on rape charges, as well as taking pornographic pictures of children... two boys and one girl.
Idaho Falls Police spokeswoman Joelyn Hansen said 30-year-old Lyndsey Sue Whitney was arrested on a warrant earlier this week.
Troopers say a husband and wife were fighting in the car on Interstate 182 in Pasco when the husband crashed and his wife was killed.
The National Center For Missing and Exploited Children list 13 Idaho children who are still missing. Anyone who recognizes anyone of the missing is asked to call 1-800-843-5678.
Advocates seeking to expand the use of background checks on gun sales submitted a Washington state ballot initiative Tuesday, taking a new approach after both federal and state lawmakers passed on similar proposals.
One of Pullman’s oldest buildings may be demolished if its current owner puts it up for sale, which has the city concerned about losing a historical landmark.
The driver of an oversized load has told investigators he felt "crowded" by a passing vehicle before striking an Interstate 5 bridge that collapsed.
The Latah County prosecutor will not seek the death penalty in the state's case against Charles Capone and David Stone who are both charged with the murder of a Clarkston woman.
Summertime calls for good weather, outdoor fun, and unfortunately a rise in crime.
The Mail Trail fire is now at 50% containment according to the Washington Department of Natural Resources which is the agency managing the blaze.
An unfunded government mandate was one of the many issues discussed at the Asotin County town hall meeting held Tuesday night.
Clear lines are drawn, as the fate of three project areas dominated the conversation at a meeting of the Urban Renewal Agency.
Local students will transform into artists, thanks to the Clarkston city council's approval of a community mural.