A new start-up in Moscow is making a name for itself in the 3-D printing industry by making the futuristic technology more accessible.
A man who said local police brutally tazed him has filed a lawsuit in Federal Court.
A local literacy organization invites you to their 24th Annual Trivia Bee.
In less than 24 hours, people from all over the Valley are coming together to help the YWCA.
If getting a good night's sleep is your dream - it may be time to invest in a new bed.
The Environmental Protection Agency has stepped in to prevent dry well contamination from spreading to Lapwai's water source.
A former Kamiah High School Principal has filed a tort claim against the Kamiah School District.
Barker in the letter on Thursday tells Otter that more than a dozen other states have rejected similar bills, and it could damage Idaho's image among consumers across the nation.
Pullman is one step closer to allowing recreational marijuana retailers in the city.
Washington Fish and Wildlife leaders are conducting a potentially life-saving operation for wild game.
A long time Moscow City Council member and a Moscow Planning and Zoning Commissioner hope to become Latah County Commissioners'.
Autopsy results are in for the Washington State University history instructor who was found dead in a pond last week.
Washington State lawmakers are introducing a measure that would gradually lower liquor taxes.
Richard Daugherty, a Washington State University archaeologist who led the excavation of the Ozette village site, “the Pompeii of America,” and numerous other key Northwest finds, died Saturday of bone cancer. He was 91.
The Urban Renewal Agency is preparing for future development within the city of Lewiston.