Need a high-end pair of skis? Or household cleaning products made from all-natural ingredients? How about an overhead crane to build a bridge? Those products, and hundreds more, are being produced right here in the Inland Northwest.

Each week, “Good Morning Northwest” anchor Derek Deis takes you behind the scenes of a locally-owned company that makes interesting, unusual, or cutting-edge products. These companies are creating jobs and helping our local economy grow. If you have a “Made in the Northwest” story suggestions, contact Derek at derekd@kxly.com or at Derek Deis’ Facebook page. You can also follow @derekdeisKXLY on Twitter.

Made in the Northwest: Tate Technology

When you use your cell phone or stop at a stop light, you're likely using electronics made by Tate Technology. The Spokane company has been around for almost 30 years. And thanks to a new facility, it's poised to keep growing. 4 News Now's Derek Deis has the story in this edition of Made in the Northwest. 

Made in the Northwest: Badger Braces

Basketball season is upon us and that means ankle sprains. Hundreds of thousands of them across the country.But a company in the small town of Colton has developed a new way to stabilize an ankle. Derek Deis tells us all about Badger Braces in this edition of Made in the Northwest. 

Made in the Northwest: Fox Trailers

If you're looking for a locally made equipment trailers, look no further than Fox Trailers in Post Falls. The family owned company has been in North Idaho for over 20 years. 4 News Now's Derek Deis paid a visit to Fox's new facility for our latest edition of Made in the Northwest.