With the use of technology, students at Lewis-Clark State College were given a rare opportunity Tuesday.
Community members will soon be able to honor past and present military personnel in a very special way.
A Washington State University student has developed a technique that can be used to detect water on other planets, like Mars.
The Asotin County Fire Marshal has lifted the emergency burn ban that was put into place this summer because of dangerous weather conditions, but you can't burn until tomorrow (Wednesday).
Idaho courthouses are prepared to hand out marriage licenses to same-sex couples for the first time Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.
Scott, I'm standing in front of what's expected to be the first shop to sell marijuana in the city.
Clarkston City Council members decided to allow a proposed zoning ordinance that would authorize the sale of marijuana in Clarkston.
Leaders in Idaho said the state is launching its own technology platform for "Your Health Idaho" before the enrollment begins next month.
Gay couples in Idaho can be legally married starting Wednesday.
In more local news, with Halloween just over two weeks away, we have to ask...do you have your pumpkin?
A local charity raised $18,000 over the weekend to help take care of homeless families on the Palouse.
With the start of hunting season, state leaders want to warn the public about the dangers of spreading noxious weeds.
Councilors in Lewiston have the night off in honor of Columbus Day, but that's not the case in Clarkston.
With all the beautiful weather we've been having, there's no better time than this weekend to get outside and enjoy the Annual Harvest Fair.
We found out that having good grades does pay off.