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Evening Report – Wed., Dec 30, 2020 – 5th & 6th Latah Co. Deaths

  • Health Officials Report 5th and 6th Latah County Coronavirus Deaths, Including Woman in Her 30’s.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Extends In-Person Dining Restrictions and Other Covid Rules Until January 11th.
  • Washington Begins Vaccinating Inmates.
  • Montana Residents Can Legally Possess Recreational Cannabis Starting Friday.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Dec 28, 2020 – Moscow Council Reminisces

  • Moscow City Council Members Reminisce on 2020.
  • Airway Heights Inmate Believes Guards’ Actions Show They Were Trying to Let Covid-19 Spread.
  • Questions About Motivation of Man Who Set Spokane County Democratic Headquarters on Fire This Month.
  • Idaho Coronavirus Financial Advisory Committee Allocates Last of State’s CARES Act Money.
  • New Bill Passed in Congress Grants Marshall Islanders’ Access to Medicaid.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Dec 21, 2020 – Vaccines in Area

  • Vaccines Arrive in Moscow & Pullman.
  • Idaho & Washington Getting Less Vaccine Doses Than Expected This Week.
  • Gov. Little Says Nearly All Essential Workers in High Priority Groups Should be Vaccinated by June.
  • Inmates Dies of Covid-19 in Spokane County.
  • Boise Police Arrest Anti-Masker Entering Stores.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Dec 14, 2020 – Washington Prison Outbreaks

  • Prison & Jail Covid-19 Outbreaks Spike in Washington.
  • First Vaccines Arrive in Idaho.
  • Boise Precious Metals Shop Burglarized One Week After Strongly-Worded Sign Tells Anti-Mask Invaders to Stay Away, Losing Thousands of Dollars Worth of Possessions.
  • Washington Lawmakers to Social Distance During 2021 Session.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Dec 11, 2020 – Masks

  • Moscow City Council Formally Adopts Disease Metrics for Repealing Mask Mandate – full discussion.
  • Idaho Sets Single Day Record for Coronavirus Deaths with 48.
  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little’s Press Conference on Covid-19 – full.
  • 41% of Inmates at Airway Heights Correctional Center near Spokane are Positive for Covid-19.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 22, 2020 – Moscow Masks Renewed

  • Moscow Council Extends Mask Order Until Jan 5th.
  • 104 Test Positive at North Idaho Correctional Institution at Cottonwood.
  • Whitman County Health Director Troy Henderson Predicts Decrease in Viral Activity.
  • Post Labor Day Spike in Spokane County.
  • Spokane Judge Rules Anti-Abortion Protesters Must Stay Across the Street from Planned Parenthood Facility.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 1, 2020 – Covid-19

  • 24 New Coronavirus Cases in Whitman County Yesterday as Pullman Police Begin Citations at Parties.
  • 2nd Idaho Inmate Dies of Covid-19.
  • Insurance Department Director Dan Cameron Says Permanent Telehealth Insurance Parity Would be “Uphill Battle” in Idaho Legislature.
  • Schweitzer Purchases 150 Acres South of Moscow.
  • Whitman County Commissioners Vote to Extend Pot Business Moratorium as Schweitzer Official Tells Commission to Limit Number of Cannabis Businesses in County.
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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 20, 2020 – Pullman Social Distance Enforcement

  • Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins Said Police Will Move Into Enforcement Mode Because of Parties and Increasing Covid-19 Rate.
  • State Penitentiary at Walla Walla Has More Than 100 Corona Virus Cases.
  • UI Says Test Campus Lab is Now Certified and Running.
  • Wildfires Across Region.
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Evening Report – Tue., May 5, 2020 – Some Religious K-12’s Reopen

  • Religious K-12 Schools in Logos in Moscow and Nampa Christian School Reopen for In-Person Classes.
  • Idaho State Board of Education Releases Revised Criteria for Reopening Schools this School Year; Few Likely to Try.
  • City of Moscow to Consider Changing Water & Sewer Rate Structure for Businesses.
  • Inmates at Prison in Cottonwood Raise Concerns about Unsafe Sanitation during Pandemic.
  • Whitman County Commissioners Want to qualify for Variance to Gov. Inslee’s Stay-at-Home Order.
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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 23, 2020 – Idaho 4-Step Reopening

  • Idaho Governor Brad Little Announces 4-Step Program to Reopen State Economy Starting May 1st: Entire Press Conference.
  • Snohomish County Sheriff Says He Won’t Enforce Social Distancing & Economic Shutdown Rules; Gov. Inslee Says They’re Working.
  • Idaho Freedom Foundation Post Sends Protesters to Home of Meridian Police Officer who Arrested Woman in Who Used to Leave Playground Closed due to Covid-19 Distancing Rules.
  • Washington Supreme Court Refused to Order State to Release Prisoners Faster Than Planned.
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