- Tara Wimer of the Humane Society of the Palouse Speaks on Animal Care and Feral Cat Colonies.
- Pullman Continues with Construction.
- Medicaid Expansion Expected Jan 1st, 2020 in Idaho.
- Less Newly Registered Younger People Actually Voting in Eastern Washington.
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Posted in Audio, Election 2018, Evening Report
Tags: animals, Cats, Construction, Dogs, Elections, Health, Humane Society, Idaho Legislature, Medicaid Expansion, Proposition 2, Pullman, Syringa Mobile Park, Voting
- Interview with Latah County Sheriff Candidate Barry Johnson
- UI Students Submit 10,000 Signatures to President Chuck Staben to End Campus Animal Gas Chamber
- Idaho House Seat 5B Candidates Address Controversial Issues
- Standing Rock Water Defender who was Arrested Saturday Tells His Story
Posted in Audio, Election 2016, Evening Report
Tags: animals, Barry Johnson, Caroline Nilsson Troy, Cats, Dakota Access Pipeline, Idaho Legislature, Kenneth DeVries, Laurene Saurensen, Oil, Oil Pipeline, Police, Richie Skiles, Standing Rock Resistance, University of Idaho
- Spokane Leaders Say Oil Train Bridge Inspection Information is Scant
- Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Propose 6.6% Increase in Education Funding for Fiscal Year 2018
- Rep. Dye Hears about Armed Men Above Dams, Casts Aspersions on Pullman Islamic Center
- Federal Judge OKs Further Killing of Cormorants to Save Salmon Smolts
- UI Did not have Authority to Euthanize Feral Cats on Campus
Posted in Audio, Evening Report
Tags: Army Corps of Engineers, Bridges, Cats, Columbia River, Cormorants, Dams, Education, Islam, Mary Dye, Oil, Oil Trains, Pets, Railroads, Salmon, Sherri Ybarra, Spokane, University of Idaho, Wildlife