Casting for Recovery is a national non-profit that brings women with breast cancer together through fly-fishing, and four-years ago, a branch formed in our area.
Fire crews are still busy mopping up remains and repairing damages caused by the Cape Horn Fire.
Idaho state leaders can now invest an extra $92-million in schools, roads, public works and labor development.
A new law in the state of Washington will ban open containers of marijuana in vehicles.
The National Transportation Safety Board released its preliminary report on the helicopter that crashed southeast of Asotin earlier this month, leaving two teens dead.
Time to go huckleberry picking, they're here early this year.
KLEW cares about the community, that's why every Monday we're teaming up with Helping Hands Rescue to find a loving forever home for an animal in need.
Remember those gas prices below $2.00 in some parts of the country earlier this year?
There's been a lot of confusing headlines lately about dietary fat.
Voting begins today (Friday) in the Evergreen State for the August primaries.
Members of Tri-State Memorial Hospital in Clarkston celebrate 60-years of service Friday and a new addition to their campus.
Several Washington weed retailers are dealing with consequences for selling to minors, including some in Seattle and Spokane, but the stores in Asotin and Whitman Counties aren’t.
41 out of the 44 counties in Idaho are currently experiencing a natural disaster emergency, caused by the extreme dry conditions.
But if you are looking for some free fun the whole family can enjoy this weekend, the city of Lewiston’s Parks and Rec team has you covered.
If you're a cherry lover, you need to head to Pullman asap!