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.
Today (Friday) Pullman firefighters, along with firefighters all over the country, are wearing pink shirts while on duty.
We all know the Pacific Northwest has lots to offer, but have you ever wondered which cities are the best and if you're living in one of them?
Many colleges and universities around the nation require students to have certain vaccinations in order to attend school, however the University of Idaho is not one of them.
We're less than month away from Washington elections and to help voters make the best decisions the L-C Valley Chamber, League of Women Voters, Asotin County Democrats and Asotin County Republicans is hosting a Candidate Forum this weekend.
I'm told there were three same-sex couples that went to the Latah County Courthouse Wednesday morning to wed, full of joy and relief, only to have it taken away from them for a second time this year.
A 26-year-old woman from Clarkston remains in jail on multiple drug counts.
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.