The Hurricane Creek Fire, which is burning four miles southwest of Joseph, Oregon remains at zero-percent containment
The first day of construction on a multi-million dollar project is now in the books.
You probably don't think your everyday actions are harming your major appliances, but chances are, you're doing something to at least one of them that could lead to an emergency repair call.
There's a shortage of blood in our area. That's why leaders from the Inland Northwest Blood Center say they need your help this summer.
A joyride early Wednesday morning has caused a lot of damage to one of our popular landmarks, and police need your help finding out who was behind it.
Despite the fact that there are no fires burning within our region, air quality is being affected and individuals with sensitive breathing conditions should start monitoring their health when outdoors.
We also want to bring you an update on a fire we told you about Tuesday burning in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest.
We're following several wildfires in the Northwest, starting with the Pittsburg fire.
The Asotin County Family Aquatic Center has been in business for ten years now. To celebrate, leaders from the center are inviting everyone to join them for a day of fun in the sun.
Registration is open for the Boys and Girls Clubs fall sports programs.
While temperatures remain high it's important to know how to prevent heat-related illnesses.
Multiple fires are burning around Eastern Washington as well. Six of them started on Tuesday.
A Multimillion dollar project, that has been in the works for more than 20 years, in Asotin County is finally moving forward.
With summer in full swing and University students trickling back for the fall semester, the sidewalks and streets of the Palouse are quickly filling up with cyclists.
If you have been in Moscow lately, you may have noticed that something significant is missing.