Work is well underway where apartments near the intersection of 17th Street and Stewart Avenue will be built following the approval to vacate land near the construction site.
A man is facing a felony charge after being accused of causing thousands of dollars in property damage.
One year ago Tuesday, two bombs were set off at the Boston Marathon.
A Moscow boy battling brain cancer has a dream of visiting Disney World, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation will make that dream come true this summer.
We all know that whole-wheat flour is a healthier version of the refined white flour, but not everyone is crazy about the taste.
The Lewiston School Board is now one step closer to deciding what to do with the aging high school.
If you haven't purchased your turkey hunting license yet, you may want to do it soon because wild turkey season opened Tuesday.
A long time City of Lewiston employee will be turning in his badge at the end of the month as he looks to retire.
With the hot days of summer fast approaching, the city of Lewiston has to move quickly to get their pools compliant with state standards.
The 73rd Asotin County Fair is officially underway, and what better way to bring in the time honored tradition than with a horse show.
Over 100 high school students are visiting the University of Idaho campus for the First Annual Youth Water Summit.
Pullman Regional Hospital is working with a software company out of Spokane to bring speech therapy to rural school districts that wouldn't have access to it otherwise.
A local farm is trying to keep up as demand in the country skyrockets for a particular food...hummus.
Often times a teacher's work for their class goes unrecognized.
A Clarkston woman who was arrested Monday night after being accused of driving under the influence and causing an accident that led to a major power outage in Pullman, said she's not guilty.