Students at Lewis-Clark State College are getting ready for graduation this Friday and we are happy to report that the school broke their all-time record for the number of students graduating this year and the amount of degrees awarded to them.
The Lewiston Urban Renewal Agency unanimously decided to pay back nine-years of taxes to the Nez Perce County.
Road work on Highway-95 is scheduled to begin next week.
Two members of the Washington State House are seeking an impeachment process against State Auditor Troy Kelley.
A Clarkston dog is home after experiencing the worst and best of people.
A Moscow man, who admitted to letting an elderly man starve to death in his care, is going to prison.
Salmon fishing in the Clarkston area is now closed.
Lewiston may be getting a four-million dollar softball field.
With summer fast approaching many people are starting to plant gardens.
If you live in Lewiston you can now use portable fireplaces and have recreational fires outside your home.
Washington State Marijuana Enforcement officials said they're beginning undercover sting operations to make sure pot stores aren't selling to anyone under 21.
Nearly 100 people gathered Tuesday to remember five Lewiston Police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Monday the Senate unanimously passed a resolution that calls for the release of four American's held prisoner in Iran.
It's now illegal for Nez-Perce tribal members to sell fish from near by rivers.
In Washington, it's now illegal to lock an animal in an enclosed space in dangerous conditions.