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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 24, 2020 – Police Arrest Rench

  • Moscow Police Arrest Republican Latah County Commission Candidate Gabriel Rench at Unmasked Christ Church Anti-Social Distancing Rally.
  • Federal Agents Tapped Portland Protesters’ Phones.
  • Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins Believes Spreader Event Parties are Declining in Pullman.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 18, 2020 – Pullman Parties

  • Governor Little Extends Stage 4 of Reopening Plan Due to High Number of Idahoans in Intensive Care Due to Coronavirus.
  • Pullman Council Amends Nuisance Party Ordinance so Police Can Site Party-Goers.
  • WSU Enrollment Down 2% Overall, With Big Increases in Health Sciences and Global Campus.
  • Moscow’s Mask Up Sign Vandalized.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 17, 2020 – Postal Service Injunction

  • Judge in Spokane Issues Injunction Halting Postal Service Changes.
  • Moscow School District to Have Another ‘Soft Closure’ Day Tomorrow.
  • Palouse Land Trust Says Fire Set at Idler’s Rest Nature Preserve Last Week was Intentional.
  • Arizona Group Asks 9th Circuit Court to Allow Idaho to Enforce Anti-Transgender Athletes Law.
  • Whitman County United Way and other Groups Have Raises $100,000 for Wildfire Victims.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 4, 2020 – Pullman Pandemic

  • Pullman Council Discusses Reaction to Explosion of New Covid-19 Cases in City.
  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little and State Epidemiologist Christine Hahn Press Conference on Remaining in Stage 4 of Rebound Plan.
  • Police Kill Michael Reinoehl after He Tells TV Interviewer he Killed Pro-Trump Rampager Aaron “Jay” Danielson in Self-Defense.
  • Lutz Says Mask Rule Compliance has Helped Spokane County Reduce New Covid-19 Cases.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 27, 2020 – Special Session Ends

  • Governor Little Signs 2 Special Legislative Session Bills, One on Liabilities & One on Election Deadlines.
  • UI Students Hold Protests Over In Person Classes.
  • Portland Police New Proud Boy Brawler Toese was at Portland Right Wing Rally with Arrest Warrant.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Aug 26, 2020 – Special Session / UI Moves Frat Members Out

  • Idaho House Passes Liability Bill, Now Before Senate.
  • Senate and House Pass Bill Prohibiting All Mail-In Elections.
  • ISP Arrests Ammon Bundy for Second Time in 24 Hours at State Capitol.
  • UI Moves Freshman Frat Members into On-Campus Housing after Covid-19 Safety Violations.
  • Whitman County has Highest One-Day Total of New Covid-19 Cases.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends Approval of Paradise Creek Flood Mitigation Study Contract.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Aug 14, 2020 – Emergency Masks/Special Session

  • Moscow City Council Decides Emergency Mask Mandate Extension on Aug. 3rd.
  • Sen. David Nelson on Special Session (extended version).
  • Dean of Students Blaine Eckles: Whether UI Stays Open In-Person Depends on Behavior.
  • Inslee brings Social Distancing Message to Brewster Where 20% Tested Positive for Covid-19.
  • Portland Postal Union Chief Says Mail Purposely Slowed.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 10, 2020 – Moscow Police Body Cams

  • Moscow Committee Recommends Body Camera Purchase for Police Department.
  • Idaho Legislative Working Group Wants to Take Away Health Districts’ Power to Implement Emergency Health Mandates.
  • Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman Says Trump’s Postal Service Changes will Force Costly Changes to Elections.
  • Rare but Severe Covid Syndrome Sickened 11 Children in Washington.
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Evening Report – Wed., Aug 5, 2020 – In-Person Vs. Distance Learning

  • UI President Green Says School Will Install Temperature Checks in Busy On-Campus Doorways.
  • Moscow School District Delays School Year, Plans Hybrid In-Person and Distance Learning.
  • Gov. Little Calls Special Legislative Session August 24th to Address School Covid-19 Liability & Change Absentee Ballot Deadline.
  • Jay Inslee and Loren Culp Advance in Governors Race.
  • McMorris-Rodgers & Wilson Advance.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jul 30, 2020 – Police Target Medics

  • An Account of a Medic who Police Targeted in Portland.
  • US Supreme Court Says Reclaim Idaho Must Stop Gathering Signatures for “Invest in Idaho” K-12 School Funding Initiative.
  • Idaho Lawmakers Propose School Immunity Bill for Special Session.
  • UI to Test All Students for Covid-19 This Fall.
  • more.

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