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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 22, 2018 – 3rd St. / Pullman Cable Franchise

  • Pullman City Attorney Laure McAloon Discusses Time-Warner Cable Franchise Renewal.
  • Moscow Council Approves East 3rd St. Traffic Calming Construction for this Summer.
  • Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson to Lead Multi-State Lawsuit Against Trump Family Separation

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 21, 2018 – Spokane Law & Border Patrol

  • Mexican Citizen Sues Border Patrol Over Detention at Spokane Intermodal Center.
  • Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart Writes Greyhound Bus Line President saying His Company May be in Violation of Spokane Civil Rights Law for Allowing Border Patrol Access to their Passengers.
  • Democrats in Idaho Legislature ask Gov. Otter to Withdraw Resources that Might be Used for Family Separations.
  • Moscow & ITD to Consider Changing Traffic Alignment at South Couplet Where US 95 and State Highway 8 Meet.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 20, 2018 – Pullman Transit

  • Pullman Council Receptive to Switching to All-Electric Pullman Transit Bus Fleet.
  • Salmon River and Mountain View School District Employees Train to Carry Guns in Schools.
  • Water Litigants Reach Partial Settlement; Special Summer Legislative Session Unlikely.
  • Family of Cyanide Wildlife Trap Victim in Southeastern Idaho Sues Federal Government.
  • Zinke Land Deal in Whitefish with Halliburton Board Chair Raises Questions of Inappropriate Business Relationship.
  • Biggest Spenders in Idaho Governor Primary did not Win.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 19, 2018 – Summer 3rd St. Construction

  • Moscow Council Votes to Move Forward with 3rd Street Calming Construction this Summer
  • Pullman Council to Discuss all-Electric Bus Fleet
  • Latah County to Join National Opioid Lawsuits
  • Idaho Experts Discuss State of Mental Health System

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Evening Report – Mon, Jun 18, 2018 – Prisoners

  • 306 Idaho Inmates Housed in Texas Face Challenges
  • 5 Spokane County Jail Inmates Die in Last Year
  • UW Settles Lawsuit with College Republicans
  • Citizen Scientists to Research Bumblebee Decline
  • Lovina Englund is new Palouse Land Trust Executive Director

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 15, 2018 – Schools & Art Downtown

  • Moscow Community Development Director Bill Belknap Presents on Zoning Downtown as Part of Discussion of Possible Cap on Educational Institutions in Central Business District
  • Artwalk Interviews
  • Pullman School Board Members Comment on Employees Vote of No Confidence in District Administration
  • Washington Officials Consider How to Manage Steptoe Butte Palouse Prairie Habitat

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 14, 2018 – Pullman Teachers

  • Pullman Teachers Vote ‘No Confidence’ in District Administration.
  • McMorris Rodgers Backs Same Insurance Prices for Pre-existing Conditions Despite Last Year’s Vote in Favor of American Health Care Act.
  • Inslee Supports Rural Broadband in Eastern Washington.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 13, 2018 – Fire Season

  • Researchers & Forecasters predict Challenging Fire Season.
  • West Nile Virus & Plague in Southern Idaho.
  • Canyon County Jail ICE Inmates on Track to Double in 2018.
  • Idaho Public Utilities Commission Hears Support for Avista Sale Conditions.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 12, 2018 – Prisons, Artwalk

  • Idaho Correction Board Proposes Spending Half a Billion Dollars on New Prison plus Expansions to Existing Prisons.
  • Dept. of Energy Says it’s Removed Enough High-Level Radioactive Waste from Underground Storage Tanks at Hanfords C-Tank Farm.
  • US Supreme Court Says Washington Must Rebuild Roads & Culverts to Allow Salmon Passage to Tribal Fishing Rights Areas.
  • Net Neutrality Remains in Washington.
  • City Gears Up for Artwalk.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 11, 2018 – Education Downtown

  • Moscow Community Development Director Bill Belknap presents on Zoning for Educational Institutions.
  • Rep. Japayal Meets with All 174 Female Asylum Seekers Held at Sea-Tac Prison.
  • U.S. Attorney General Sessions Creates 7 New Prosecutor Positions for Washington and Idaho.
  • WSU Regents Supports Plan to Address $60 Million Athletic Dept. Deficit.

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