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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 26, 2019 – West Third St.

  • Moscow Committee Moves Forward with West 3rd Street Pedestrian Improvements.
  • Lawsuit Alleges Idaho Fish & Game Check Stations are Unconstitutional.
  • Video Leads to Accusations of Excessive Force & Racial Profiling Against Clarkston Police.
  • Oregon Lawmakers Face Votes on 100 Pending Bills plus State Budget, But Have No Senate Republicans to Make Quorum.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 21, 2019 – Forest Service Logging Changes

  • Gary MacFarlane of Friends of the Clearwater Considers New Forest Service Rules Could have on Environment.
  • Laura McAloon Tells Pullman City Council about City’s $400,000 Offer to Whitman County to Continue District Court Services in the County.
  • UI Law School Professor Shaakirrah Sanders intends to Sue University for Discrimination.
  • Hiding Oregon Senators Likely in Idaho.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 20, 2019 – Pullman Downtown Plan

  • Pullman Consultant to Write Downtown Master Plan.
  • Oregon Governor & Senate Leader Send Oregon State Police to Find 12 Hiding Republican Senators to Bring them to Capitol for Major Cap and Trade Vote.
  • Genesee Likely to Hold November City Bond Election to Replace Wastewater Treatment System.
  • Officials Say It’s Unlikely Non-Approved Monsanto GMO Wheat Found Growing in Washington Field Recently has Contaminated Food Supply.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 12, 2019 – Fire Trucks

  • Moscow Moves Forward with Plan to Sell 2 Fire Engines to Rural Fire Districts for $1 Each.
  • Trump Approves Disaster Declaration for North-Central Idaho due to April Floods.
  • Crapo & Simpson Introduce Legislation to Split 9th Circuit Court.
  • Oregon Senate Approves Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban.
  • Oregon House Passes Bill to Allow Sale of Oregon Pot to Out-of-State Markets.
  • Avista Wants to Increase Idaho Electricity Rates 3.5%.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 31, 2019 – Take Back the Night

  • University of Idaho’s Take Back the Night Program 9-20-18.
  • Oregon to Allow Liquor Commission to Limit New Pot Growing Licenses Based on Market Considerations.
  • Risch, Crapo & Wyden Promote Legislation to Maintain Federal Timber Sale Money to Counties.
  • Pullman Moscow Regional Airport to Apply for Marketing Grant Intended to Increase Routes.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 17, 2019 – Smart Meters Electromagnetic Fields

  • Electromagnetic Field Specialist Bill Cadwallader Addresses Moscow Sustainable Environment Commission after Concerns about Avista’s new Metering System which will Increase Electromagnetic Radiation Exposure.
  • Insleee Unveils $9 Trillion Climate Action Plan.
  • Proposed New Police Station would be Solar-Ready.
  • Oregon Expands School Meal Program to Include Those From Families with Incomes up to 3 Times the Poverty Level.
  • WSU Scientists Develop Environment-Friendly Plant-Based Styrofoam.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 8, 2019 – Oregon Teachers Strike

  • Oregon Teachers Go on Strike Statewide for Better State Funding.
  • WSU Names Mitzi Montaya Provost.
  • Pullman Increases Salt to Sand Ratio for Easier Snow Plowing.
  • Trump Nominates William Hyslop as US Attorney for eastern Washington.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 3, 2019 – Legislative Wrap Pt. 2 / Workers Events

  • District 5 Idaho Legislators Talk about Recently Completed Session, Pt. 2
  • Workers Rally at Clearwater Paper in Lewiston.
  • Dedication for Workers who Died on the Job in Idaho held in Coeur d’Alene.
  • Washington County, Oregon is First Law Enforcement Agency to Use Amazon’s Facial Recognition System called ‘Rekognize.’
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Evening Report – Fri., Apr 26, 2019 – Idaho Legislative Wrap

  • District 5 Lawmakers Speak about the Recently Completed Idaho Legislative Session.
  • Comedian Files $250,000 Claim Against US Border Patrol for Illegal Detention at Spokane Intermodal Center.
  • Washington Lawmakers Reach Budget Deal.
  • Oregon House Votes to Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags.

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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 9, 2019 – “Toxic Matriarchy” Protest / Flooding / Medicaid Sideboards Signed

  • Hundreds Protest and Support Christ Church-Affiliated Speaker on “Toxic Matriarchy.”  Interviews with Protesters, Local Pastor Doug Wilson & Guest Speaker C. R. Wiley.
  • Governor Little Ignores Voters.  Signs Idaho Medicaid Sideboard Bill.
  • Flood Warning for Paradise Creek in Moscow & the Palouse River between Potlatch, ID & Palouse, WA.
  • Police Have Suspect in Pullman Pot Shop Robbery.
  • Montana has Medicaid Sideboards Bill Moving through Legislature.
  • Wolf Numbers Up in Oregon.
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