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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 – Tue., Aug 18, 2020 – Body Cams Approved

  • Moscow Council Approves Body Cameras for Police.
  • Moscow Council Moved Towards Taking Advantage of Gov. Little’s CARES Act Money for Public Safety and Property Tax Relief.
  • Federal Judge Issues a Preliminary Injunction Against New Idaho Law Banning Trans Athletes on Womens’ Teams.
  • Washington Fish and Wildlife Departments Exterminates Another Northeastern Washington Wolf Pack.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 22, 2020 – Shootings at Capitol Hill Zone

  • 3 Shootings Over the Weekend near Capitol Hill Organized Protest Zone; Kshama Sawant Suspects Right Wing Attack.
  • Institute for Constitutional Advocacy Says Armed Unorganized Militia Intimidating Sandpoint Black Lives Matter Protest and Downtown Visitors Violates Idaho Law & State Constitution.
  • California Will Ban Any Taxpayer-Funded Travel to Idaho Due to Anti-Transgender Laws.
  • Former UI Professor Raises the Alarm Over Movie Co-op DVD & Blu-Ray Collection Being Sold to Private Individuals Taking Away Publicly-Available Collection.
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Evening Report – Fri., May 22, 2020 – Moscow Covid-19 Response

  • Moscow City Supervisor Gary Riedner and City Grants Manager Alisa Anderson Give Update on City’s Covid-19 Response.
  • Washington Health Dept. Allows Spokane County to Move on to Phase 2.
  • Poll says 67% of Washingtonians Approve of Gov. Inslee’s Response to Pandemic.
  • Poll says 67% of Idahoans Approve of Gov. Little’s Response to Pandemic.
  • Updates on Washington’s Pandemic Response from Gov. Inslee.
  • US Supreme Court Denies Idaho Request for Stay on Transgender Inmate Surgery.
  • US Fish & Wildlife Service Denies Endangered Species Act Protection for Pacific Fisher.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 8, 2020 – Sorensen, Records on Testing

  • Pullman City Council Member Al Sorensen Says Avoid Covid-19 Tests so Whitman County Can Qualify for Variance to Gov. Inslee’s Shutdown Order.  Council Member Dan Records Calls Idea “Reckless”.
  • 2020 Latah County Human Rights Task Force MLK, Jr. Breakfast 2020 Keynote Speaker Jeremy Woodson of the ACLU-Idaho on Voting Rights; full speech.
  • Federal Judge Rules Bear Baiting Lawsuit Can Move Forward.
  • Idaho Appeals Transgender Inmate Surgery Ruling to US Supreme Court.
  • Oregon Gov. Kate Brown Announces Plans for Reopening Economy.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 1, 2020 – Inslee Extends Social Distancing

  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee State Needs to Continue Closing Non-Essential Businesses at Least Through May 31st, Extends Order.
  • Moscow Council Ends Social Distancing Order in Deference to Gov. Little’s Rebound Idaho Plan to Re-open State’s Economy in 4 Phases.
  • Latah County Commissioner Tom Lamar on County Actions to Prevent Corona Virus.
  • UI President C. Scott Green Announces Parallel Plan to Reopen University in 4 Stages.
  • Idaho Governor Brad Little Announces $300 Million in CARES Money will Go to Small Idaho Businesses.
  • 3 Northern Idaho Residents, Including 2 Pastors, Sue Gov. Brad Little & Health Dept. saying Social Distancing Orders Violate Their Religious Rights.
  • ACLU-Idaho and Legal Voice Sue to Prevent Idaho from Implementing Transgender Athletes Law.
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Evening Report – Fri., Apr 24, 2020 – Paulette Jordan / Jim Vandermaas

  • U.S. Senate Democratic Primary Candidates Paulette Jordon and Jim Vandermaas: Full Interviews.
  • Governor Inslee Allows Private Construction to Start Up.
  • Tyson Temporarily Closes Meat Plant Near Tri-Cities after 100 Employees Test Positive for Corona Virus.
  • Idaho Student Leaders from UI, BSU, ISU & LCSC Tell Gov. Little They Object to Transgender Discrimination Bills He Signed.
  • Moscow Schools Will Stay Closed Until End of Current School Year.
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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 15, 2020 – Little Extends Order

  • Idaho Governor Brad Little Extends Stay-at-Home Order Until Thursday, April 30th, and Exempts Some Nonessential Businesses who Can Maintain Social Distancing.
  • Group Representing Local Right-Wing Churches Says Church Leaders Will Ask Followers to Defy Governor’s Stay-at-Home Orders in a Matter of Weeks or Days.
  • Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson Sues Greyhound over Failure to Protect Passengers from Immigration Officers.
  • ACLU of Idaho Sues State over Recently-Passed Transgender Sports Ban.
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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 31, 2020 – Little Signs Discrimination Bills

  • Gov. Little Signs Bills Targeting Transgender Citizens and Anti-Affirmative Action Bill.
  • Eastern Washington Health Facilities Lack Testing Kits.
  • 45 Out of 60 People who Attended March 10th Choir Practice in Mount Vernon, WA have Corona Virus Symptoms, 2 Have Died.
  • May 19th Idaho Primary to be Mail-In Ballots Only.
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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 24, 2020 – State Epidemiologist Hahn

  • Idaho State Epidemiologists Answers Questions about Pandemic Reaction.
  • Idaho State Board of Education Soft-Closes All K-12 Schools Until April 20th.
  • Washington Democratic Party says State will Send 46 Biden Delegates and 43 Sanders Delegates to National Convention.
  • Gov. Brad Little’s Communications Director says Governor Will Make a Decision whether to Veto Bills by Tues., March 31st.
  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslees List of Essential Businesses includes Pot Shops.
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