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Evening Report – Fri., Jul 31, 2020 – Confederate Monuments

  • WSU History Professor Clif Stratton Discusses Confederate Monuments and Their Connections to Racial Issues.
  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee Encourages More Mask-Wearing.
  • UI Faculty Write to Administration Asking for More Flexibility in Covid-19 Response.  Nearly 300 Sign.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jul 30, 2020 – Police Target Medics

  • An Account of a Medic who Police Targeted in Portland.
  • US Supreme Court Says Reclaim Idaho Must Stop Gathering Signatures for “Invest in Idaho” K-12 School Funding Initiative.
  • Idaho Lawmakers Propose School Immunity Bill for Special Session.
  • UI to Test All Students for Covid-19 This Fall.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 28, 2020 – Sidewalk Cafe Live Music

  • Moscow Council Members Look Askance at Non-Socially Distanced Live Music in Expanded Sidewalk Cafe Areas.
  • Durkan & Inslee Say Federal Homeland Security Forces have Left Seattle.
  • Lawsuits Over Targeting Journalists & Legal Observers.
  • UI Suspends Study Abroad.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jul 16, 2020 – UI Hybrid Classes, Masks

  • UI President C. Scott Green Announces Hybrid In-Person/On-Line Classes Through Thanksgiving, Then On-Line Classes Only.  Masks Will be Required in All Classes.
  • Ammon Bundy and Unmasked Supporters Storm Southwest Idaho Health District Board Meeting and Force Its Cancellation.
  • Moscow School Superintendent Greg Bailey Discusses Possible Fall Reopening Plans.
  • Pullman School District Working on Fall School Year Plan.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jul 9, 2020 – Idaho Schools Reopening Plan

  • Idaho Governor Brad Little and State Education Officials Present K-12 Reopening Plan.
  • UI & WSU Officials Scramble to Deal with Trump’s Order To Deport Foreign Students Who Don’t Take In-Person Classes.
  • Moscow Council Votes to Adopt 2020 Water & Sewer Utility Rate Study Recommending Sewer Rate Increases for the Next 4 Years.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 19, 2020 – Seattle Medics Press Conference

  • Medics Who Treated Protester Aubreanna Inda say Police Kept Shooting Flash Bangs at Them as They Tried to Save Her Life as She Went Into Cardiac Arrest Several Times.
  • 2nd Highest Daily Coronavirus Count in Spokane County, Inslee says He May Hold Back Counties if Case Numbers Keep Increasing.
  • Paulette Jordan Campaigns in Lapwai.
  • UI Law School Graduate Luis Cortes Romero Helped Argue DACA Case Before US Supreme Court.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 11, 2020 – Idaho Stage 4

  • Idaho Governor Brad Little says Idaho “Barely” Can Move on to Stage 4 of Reopening Plan Saturday.
  • Black Lives Matter Protesters Create Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle.
  • WSU President Kirk Schulz says No Gatherings of More than 50 People When Fall Semester Starts.
  • UI President C. Scott Green says More Budget / Program Cuts Expected.
  • 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 – Wed., Apr 29, 2020 – Moscow Council Corona

  • Moscow Council Will Delay Decisions on City Social Distancing order Until Thursday’s Special Meeting.
  • Pullman Looking at Up to $6.3 Million Decrease in Tax Revenue.
  • UI & WSU Plan to Resume In-Person Classes When Fall Semesters Begin in August.
  • Nez Perce Experienced Many European Epidemics Before Contact with Europeans.
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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 22, 2020 – US Senate Candidate Jim Vandermaas

  • Interview with US Senate Candidate Jim Vandermaas.
  • WSU to Get $21.7 Million in Federal CARES Act Money, UI to Get $7.3 Million.
  • Idaho Reports 30 New Cases.
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