Out with the old, and in with the new. Workers will start demolishing the current Pullman High School on Monday.
In honor of Fire Prevention Week, the Asotin County Fire District is hosting an Open House this weekend.
With temperatures dropping and leaves falling, people are starting to turn up their thermostats.
About a quarter-acre of Koppel Farm in Pullman was charred Wednesday.
The power is back on for more than 300 Avista customers in Pullman.
Two Idaho women are dead from flu-related illnesses. One woman was from Ada County while the other was from Kootenai County.
Supporters of gay marriage came together in Moscow Wednesday night, after receiving some more heartbreaking news.
The Lewiston Fire Department wants to welcome you into their home. They'll be having an open house at all of their stations this Saturday.
A supermarket is now in the final stages of preparation before openings its doors.
If you have been along Fleshman Way or Bryden Canyon Road you may have noticed a lot of garbage on the side of the roadway.
Leaders with Washington’s Health Care Exchange are preparing for the second open enrollment period, but at the same time they are still working on resolving billing and computer problems for 1,300 accounts from the first sign-up period.
You will see several people standing at busy intersections around Moscow Thursday for the 4th Annual I-Count event.
Today is International Walk to School Day and a record number of Moscow’s elementary and middle-schoolers participated in the event.
Public school teachers are paying the price for an education lawsuit in Washington.
Tuesday, the University of Idaho Journalism and Mass Media Department celebrated National News Engagement Day.