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Evening Report – Mon., Oct 24, 2022 – Washington Supreme Court on Racial Bias

  • Washington Supreme Court Rules the Only Remedy for Racial Bias in Civil Cases is a New Trial.
  • Idaho Students Reach Ten Year Low on Math Standardized Tests, But Still Above National Average.
  • Reclaim Idaho Wants Vigilance that Idaho Legislature Spends $330 Million in New Education on Public Schools, Not Vouchers.
  • Idaho Entities Have Received $26 Million from Opioid Settlements So Far.
  • Clearwater Economic Development Council Wants Rural Internet Users to Test Their Connection Speed to Justify Broadband Grants.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Dec 15, 2021 – Ziply Complaints in Pullman

  • Pullman Council Members Say Ziply Roll-Out is a Mess.
  • District 9 Legislators Discuss Priorities for 2022 Short Legislative Session.
  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Announces Salmon Proposals.
  • Spokane Officials Want Dozens of Homelessness Protest Tents to Leave City Hall.
  • One Quarter of Idaho’s Covid Deaths Were Residents of Nursing Homes & Long Term Health Care Facilities.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Nov 12, 2021 – Palouse Water Supply

  • Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee Project Manager Robin Nimmer & Avista Business & Public Affairs Manager Paul Kimmell Discuss the Future of the Palouse Water Supply.
  • Infrastructure Bill to Help with Digital Divide, Railroads in Idaho & Washington.
  • ACLU of Washington & NAACP Want Justice Dept. Civil Rights Investigation of Vancouver & Clark County Police for Killing 8 People Since 2019, Including 5 People of Color.
  • Idaho Democrats: “Say No and Go Home!” to Idaho Legislature Reconvening.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 8, 2020 – Ed Connectivity

  • Gov. Inslee & Superintendent of Public Instruction Rykdal Answer Questions about K-12 Internet Connectivity.
  • Malheur Wildlife Refuge Occupier Ammon Bundy Plans Large Religious Gathering Easter in Defiance of Governor Little’s Virus Spread Prevention Order.
  • State to Return Mobile Military Hospital in Seattle to FEMA for Use in Area Where it’s More Needed.
  • Montana Governor Steve Bullock Extends Stay-At-Home Order.
  • Idaho Governor Brad Little Establishes Covid-19 Federal Funding Oversight Committee.
  • more.

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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 – Thu., Oct 18, 2018 – Latah Trailer Homes / Internet

  • Latah County Commission Candidates Speak on Internet Connectivity & Mobile Home Park Conditions.
  • Former UI Athlete Sues University over Handling of 2014 Sexual Assault & Harassment Case Involving Football Player.
  • Federal Judge Rules EPA Must Enforce Columbia & Snake River Water Temperature to Protect Salmon.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 22, 2018 – 3rd St. / Pullman Cable Franchise

  • Pullman City Attorney Laure McAloon Discusses Time-Warner Cable Franchise Renewal.
  • Moscow Council Approves East 3rd St. Traffic Calming Construction for this Summer.
  • Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson to Lead Multi-State Lawsuit Against Trump Family Separation

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 14, 2018 – Pullman Teachers

  • Pullman Teachers Vote ‘No Confidence’ in District Administration.
  • McMorris Rodgers Backs Same Insurance Prices for Pre-existing Conditions Despite Last Year’s Vote in Favor of American Health Care Act.
  • Inslee Supports Rural Broadband in Eastern Washington.

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Evening Report – Tue., Feb 13, 2018 – Reproductive Insurance

  • Washington Senate Passes Reproductive Health Insurance Bill Requiring Abortion Coverage
  • Syringa Mobile Home Park Residents Facing Eviction to get Only $300,000 from Class Action Lawsuit
  • Washington Lawmakers Debate Broadband Improvement

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Evening Report – Fri., Dec 15, 2017 – Health Care

  • Former Legislator Dr. John Rusche discusses Various Health Care Systems & Idaho Health Care Plan (Waiver System).
  • Senators Murray & Cantwell Seek to Reverse FCC’s Rollback of Net Neutrality.
  • 1000 Sign Petition to Cut Administrative Salaries at WSU.
  • Moscow Transportation Commission Subcommittee Recommends 2-Way Bike Lane for East 3rd Street.

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