Lewiston Police responded to St. Joseph’s Medical Center Saturday Jan 31 to contact a female who was reporting a gunshot wound. Responding officers found that the woman had not been injured, but reported having been shot at by a white male on Glass Way.
On January 31st, 2015 at 9:21 p.m. the Lewiston Police responded to a report of a possible sex offense at the
Golden Oak Inn, 3001 North-South Hwy. Responding officers were notified that the male suspect, 20 year old
Austin J. Bradshaw of Clarkston, WA had fled the motel on foot prior to the arrival of police.
The Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office had a great year in 2014 and the Annual Report that just came out shows why.
A local man is driving more than a thousand miles as he chases his dreams of becoming a big time star.
This week is National Catholic Schools Week. It's an annual celebration of catholic education in the United States.
Growing Pains star Kirk Cameron is on the Palouse shooting a new movie; production with Cam-Fam Studios started about a month ago.
The Whitman Humane Society is trying to find a forever home for its first ever miniature pot belly pig.
Everyone in the LC Valley is invited to a kick-off party for the Snake River Relay for Life tonight (Wednesday).
There is nationwide concern over drones. Recently an authorized drone even landed at the White house which prompted President Obama to ask the FAA to come up with regulations.
Marijuana businesses all over Washington State are getting letters from the military.
A woman charged with vehicular manslaughter was granted a motion that the defense is calling extremely important to their case.
No resolution in sight for a murder case that's nearly two year's old. Both the defense and prosecution are still working out details and gathering evidence.
In April children from all over the world will gather in St. Louis, Missouri for a Robotics World Championship hosted by FIRST.
Some possible good news for students at the University of Idaho.
MOSCOW, ID – If you haven’t gotten your flu vaccine yet, doctors say it is never too late.Right now, according to the CDC, half the country, including Idaho, is experiencing high flu numbers.