2018

New Year's Eve Events

The end of 2018 is here and the beginning of 2019 is just hours away and while New York likes to be America's official New Year's party headquarters, there are plenty of events right here in the Inland Northwest.

2018's words of the year

With several dictionaries having selected their "words of the year" for 2018, check out which words rose to the top this year.

It's not too late to get informed for Election Day!

In case you didn't notice from all the ads and all the flyers in the mail, Election Day is fast approaching. If you're in Idaho or you're a Washingtonian who hasn't yet put the ballot in the mail, we want to help you get ready for Election Day!

Gonzaga WBB Kicks off 2018-19 Season at Numerica Fan Fest

The Gonzaga women's basketball team introduced new players and let fans get reacquainted with some familiar ones while putting on a great performance at the annual Numerica Fan Fest inside the McCarthey Athletic Center Saturday afternoon.

WA State Parks announces winter schedule

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has announced its 2018-2019 winter schedule, with more than 100 parks remaining open for camping or day-use activities.

FNSE 8-31 Part 1

Friday Night Sports Extra is back for year 33! A recap of local high school football games for the week of August 31st. 

Celebrities flock to Coeur d'Alene to play golf and fight cancer

Nearly 40 former professional athletes and celebrities took the green in Coeur d'Alene this morning to raise money for the Showcase, a golf tournament that raises money for the Community Cancer Fund, over four million dollars were raised last year for the Inland Northwest's fight against cancer. 

Hoopfest 2018 Dunk Contest Semifinals

FORMER ZAGS SILAS MELSON, KYLE WILTJER, AND ERIC MCCLELLAN KNOW A LITTLE SOMETHING ABOUT PLAYING ABOVE THE RIM..THEY WERE OUR JUDGES FOR THE 2018 HOOFEST DUNK CONTEST SEMIFINALS.

Trump's family separation policy has GOP panicking about 2018

Just five months before the midterm elections, Republicans are scrambling to distance themselves from the Trump administration's widely panned "zero tolerance" immigration policy that has resulted in the separation of children from their families at the southern border.

Bloomberg to spend $80 million to help Dems in 2018

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg intends to spend an eye-popping $80 million on the midterm elections, throwing most of his financial weight behind Democrats in their effort take control of the House of Representatives this fall.