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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 25, 2022 – Biodiversity Rally, more

  • Climate Rally in Downtown Moscow.
  • Investigation into Boise Police Chief Ryan Lee Moves to 300 Miles to Clearwater County Prosecutors Office.
  • Idaho Medical Cannabis Initiative Will Not Make Ballot This Year.
  • Washington Supreme Court Strikes Down Local Gun Storage Law.
  • Washington State Building Code Council to Require Efficient Heat Pumps Instead of HVAC Systems.
  • US Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Case of Washington High School Football Coach Leading Prayers While on Duty.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Mar 24, 2022 – Library Commission Budget

  • Idaho House Kills Library Commission Budget Over Concerns about Objectionable Material.
  • Idaho House Passes Final Part of K-12 Budget.
  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee Signs Gun Control Package.
  • ‘F’ Street Bridge in Palouse Closed.
  • more

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Evening Report – Fri., Mar 4, 2022 – Treefort Preview / House Bill 666 / Covid Review

  • Treefort Music Festival Director Eric Gilbert Previews the 2022 Festival.
  • House Bill 666, Which Would Criminalize Librarians Who Allow Patrons to See Material “Harmful to Minors”.
  • Gritman CEO Kara Besst and North Central Idaho Health District director Carolyn Moehrle answer Questions about Covid.
  • Texas Abortion Family Member Lawsuit Abortion Bill Debate.
  • Washington Senate Passes Firearms Prohibition Bill for Public Meetings, Voting and Vote-Counting Locations.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Feb 24, 2022 – Substitute Teacher Drug Tests

  • Divided House Education Committee Approves Mandatory Drug Tests for Substitute Teachers.
  • Idaho House Votes to End 95-Year Old Law Intended to Prevent Intimidation by Private Militias.
  • Moscow School Board Votes to End Mask Rule on March 12th.
  • 1400 Call for Immediate Resignation of 2 Richland, WA School Board Members for Voting to Make Masks Optional in Violation of State Mask Rule.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 16, 2022 – Abortion Lawsuit Passes Idaho Senate Committee

  • Idaho senate Committee Approves Bill That Allows Family Members, Including Grandparents and Uncles, to Sue Doctors if They Perform Abortions on Relatives.
  • Rep. Shepherd Introduces Bill Making it Illegal for Employers to Require Vaccines.
  • Pullman City Council Approves Ground Lease for Starbucks Drive-Through Downtown.
  • Washington House Passes Bill Banning Open Carry at Polling Places, Election Offices and Public Government Meetings.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 2, 2022 – Guns During Disasters

  • Idaho Lawmaker Todd Lakey Introduces Bill to Prevent Gun Seizure During Disasters.
  • Health and Welfare Director Dave Jeppeson Says Idaho Going in Wrong Direction in Corona Virus Cases.
  • Tribes to Get Opioid Settlement Money.
  • Idaho Lawmaker Proposes $20 Grocery Tax Credit Increase.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jan 18, 2022 – Idaho Income Tax Cut Bill

  • Idaho House Revenue & Taxation Committee passes Big Income Tax Break Along Party Lines Despite Calls From Constituents saying it Will End Consideration of Property Tax Relief and Continue the Underfunding of Schools.
  • Moscow School District Superintendent Greg Bailey Likes Gov. Little’s Proposed Education Budget.
  • Washington Lawmakers to Consider Gun Control Proposals.
  • Washington Hospitals Currently at 94% Occupancy.
  • Add the Words Comes Back but Likely Won’t Get a Committee Hearing in Idaho Legislature.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 30, 2021 – WSU Shooting Update

  • Pullman Police Capt. Jake Opgenorth Updates City Council on Weekend Shooting Near WSU Off-Campus Party.
  • 2 New Covid Deaths in Whitman County, 1 New Death in Latah County.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Calls on Idaho Political Leaders to Do More as Eastern Washington Hospitals Are Full.
  • Gov. Brad Little Visits Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Center at Kootenai Co. Fairgrounds.
  • Pediatric Covid Cases Spiking in Idaho.
  • Clarkston Elementary School Goes On-Line Do To Covid Outbreak.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Sep 27, 2021 – Gunfire Death in Pullman

  • Friends & Family of Fatal Shooter Near Off-Campus Party say It Was Accident.
  • Police in Georgia Arrest Former State Rep. Aaron Von Ehlinger on Fugitive Warrant.
  • Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert Issues Mask Requirement for City Facilities.
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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 30, 2021 – Covid Costs / Vaccination Rates

  • 74% of Pullman Memorial Hospital Staff Vaccinated.
  • Two-Week Covid Break at Idaho Legislature to Cost Taxpayers $318,000.
  • Covid Surge in Whitman County Over the Weekend.
  • Washington House Passes Ban on Open-Carry at Protests.
  • Pullman Residents at Meeting Want Black Lives Matter Theme for Public Art.
  • Moscow Board of Adjustment Rejects Cell Tower at Nazerene Church.
  • more.

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