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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 13, 2019 – Sage Grouse Decline

  • Idaho’s Sage Grouse Populations Decreased by 52% Since US Fish & Wildlife Service Decided Not to Put Them on Endangered Species List.
  • Idaho Gov. Little’s K-12 Task Force Member Wants New Accountability Based on Literacy.
  • Latah County Official Wants 2 Polling Places in Moscow for 2019 City Council Elections, Both on East Side.
  • 3 Southern Resident Orcas Missing and Presumed Dead, Leaving 73 on the Planet.
  • Pullman City Hall Bids $1 Million Over Prediction.
  • Pullman May Have 2 New Large Student Housing Developments Soon.
  • Pullman Council to Take Input on Proposed Temporary Moratorium on Downtown Development.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jul 31, 2019 – Drug Dog Withdrawal

  • Moscow Police Chief Fry Withdraws Drug Sniffing Dog Funding Request.
  • Idaho House Republicans’ Letter to New BSU President Tromp Criticizing Their Diversity Programs Comes From Opposition to Dreamers & Belief DACA Recipients Should Not Get State Scholarships.
  • Study Says Removing 4 Lower Snake River Dams Would Generate $8.6 Billion.
  • Gov. Little Says Idaho Will Get Medicaid Expansion Done by January 1st.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 2, 2019 – Police Station Planning

  • Moscow Council Approves Design Agreement for New Police Station.
  • Moscow Council Agrees to Out-of-City Hookup for Appaloosa Mobile Home Court.
  • Whitman County Commission Authorizes Commissioner Swannack to Make Counter Offer to Pullman for Having Whitman County District Court in Pullman.
  • Idaho Governor Brad Little Announces State & US Forest Service Have Identified 6700 Square Miles where Idaho Can Participate in Forest Service Timber Sales.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 13, 2019 – Washington Media Lawsuit

  • Washington Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Media Coalition Public Records Lawsuit.
  • Gov. Little Signs Executive Order to Deal with Idaho’s Opioid Epidemic.
  • Alta Mesa Wants Natural Gas Royalty Fraud Complaint Moved to Federal Court.
  • Rental E-Bikes Coming to Moscow in August.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 3, 2019 – Orca Calf

  • New Southern Resident Orca Born.
  • Gov. Little Kicks off New Idaho Education Task Force.
  • Idaho Insurance Dept. Wants Public Input on One of the Medicaid Expansion Sideboards.
  • UI to Lead 2 Year Study on Climate Change Impacts on Idaho Economy.

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Evening Report – Thu., May 23, 2019 – Broadband Task Force

  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little Signs Executive Order Creating Broadband Task Force.
  • CIA Torture Contractors James Mitchell & John “Bruce” Jessen, Who Worked Out of Spokane, May Testify at 9-11 Military Tribunals at Guantanamo This Summer.
  • Washington Fish & Wildlife Department Has Messel-Sniffing Dog to Inspect Boats for Invasive Species.
  • WSU & Puyallup Tribe to Research Medical Cannabis in Joint Project.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 15, 2019 – UI Arena Costs

  • UI Wants $5 Million More for Basketball Arena.
  • Governor Little Chooses 26-Member K-12 Education Task Force.
  • WSU President Schulz Expects a Decline in Freshman Enrollment.
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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 29, 2019 – Idaho Workplace Fatalities

  • Idaho Labor Memorializes 27 Who Dies in Workplace Accidents or by Occupational Diseases in the State in the Last Year.
  • Washington Legislature Finishes Session Passing $52.4 Billion Budget.
  • Seattle Crane Collapse on Google Headquarters Project Kills 4.
  • Governor Little Says State will Intervene in Sage Grouse Habitat Case.
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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 22, 2019 – Pussy Grabber Play

  • UI Theater Students and Community Members to Perform Pussy Grabbers Play Tuesday.
  • Area Growers Address Climate Change Issues at Citizens Climate Lobby Conference in Moscow.
  • Highlights from Steven Ghan’s Keynote Address at Citizens Climate Lobby Conference.
  • Gov. Little says he Doesn’t Expect Federal Government to Approve all of Idaho’s Medicaid Expansion Waiver Requests.
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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 17, 2019 – Little on Sideboards

  • Governor Brad Little says Sideboards Bill has Backup Work Requirement Language if Judge Strikes down Part of the Law.
  • WSU College Republicans Bring Right Wing Leader Known for Violent Clashes to Campus.
  • Moscow Planning and Zoning Commission Annual Report.
  • Golden Eagles Tracked in Yellowstone.

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