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Evening Report – Tue., Dec 27, 2022 – Paradise Creek Flooding

  • Paradise Creek More Than 1 1/2 Feet Above Flood Stage.
  • University of Idaho Psych Professor Explains Why Young Readers Want to Explore Issues Idaho Library Censorship Advocates Want to Ban: Sex, Swearing and Fictional Kids Mad at Their Parents.
  • Vandals Hit 4 Substations Near Tacoma Christmas Day; Thousands of Customers Lose Power.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Nov 30, 2022 – Winter Driving

  • Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson says Slow Down after 60 Accidents in Pullman Area During Monday’s Prelude to Today’s Winter Storm.
  • Moscow Police Have Ruled Out Connection to Person on Bike Path Flashing a Knife in September and the Recent Quadruple Murders.
  • United Against Hate Event Draws 200 People to Coeur d’Alene Casino in Worley in Mid-November.
  • Environmentalists Sue Federal Government over Lack of Nationwide Wolf Recovery Plan.
  • Contentious Election Certification in Spokane County.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Nov 7, 2022 – AG Office Tells McGeachin to Cease Using Taxpayer Money for Electioneering

  • Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s Office Gets Cease and Desist Order from Attorney General Lawrence Wasden’s Office for Electioneering at Taxpayers’ Expenses.
  • Windstorm Hits 70 MPH on Palouse.
  • County Auditors in Washington Brace for Records Request Onslaught from Election Deniers.
  • Moscow Council To Vote on Annexing Crapuchettes Development Land.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Sep 12, 2022 – Moscow Bike Amenities

  • Moscow Committee Recommends Changes to City’s 2016 Bike Route & Facilities Plan.
  • Heavy Smoke Likely to Leave Tomorrow.
  • Someone’s Stealing Kenworthy Non Profit Theater’s Sign Letters.
  • Washington Covid Home Test Results Can Be Reported to Health Officials On-Line.
  • Boise Pride Goes On Despite Pushback.
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Evening Report – Thu., Jul 28, 2022 – Power Lines

  • Avista and Inland Power Set Power Lines in ‘Dry Land Mode’ and ‘Fire Safety Mode’ to Prevent Wildfires.
  • Hundreds of Idaho School Teachers Using Crowdfunding to Raise Money for Classroom Supplies.
  • Cooling Shelters Open.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jul 13, 2022 – 5000 Covid Deaths in Idaho

  • Idaho to Hit 5000 Covid Deaths Within Days.
  • Republican Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin Gives Employee Big Raise, Threatening to Deplete Budget by the Time She Leaves Office in the Middle of the Fiscal Year Jan. 1st.
  • US Transportation Dept. Allocates 3 Million Dollars for North Central Idaho Road and Bridge Repairs Needed After June Rains.
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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 22, 2022 – Hate Crimes

  • New Idaho US Attorney Says Hate Crimes Among Priorities.
  • Former US Attorneys for Idaho Say Patriot Front Attempted Riot Could Lead to Federal Charges.
  • Fire Managers Warn Land Board Wet Spring’s Vegetation Group May Create Fuel for Southern Idaho Wildfires.
  • Idaho Gas Prices Increasing While National Prices Go Down.
  • Extinction Rebellion High School Activist Shiva Rajbhandari Running for Boise School Board.
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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 17, 2022 – Patriot Front Attack

  • Overview of News Relating to Patriot Front Attack on Civil Society.
  • Coeur d’Alene Police Chief Lee White Press Conference.
  • Governor Jay Inslee Calls for Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler’s Resignation.
  • Bill Would Reign in Arbitration System for Police Fired for Misconduct in Washington.
  • Northern Half of Yellowstone to be Closed to Tourists for Year due to Flooding.
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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 6, 2022 – Yellowstone Bison Status

  • US Fish & Wildlife Service Admits Petitions Over Yellowstone Bison Have Credible Information for Informing a Decision on Endangered Species Act Status.
  • Mudslide in Okonogan County Damages Three Homes.
  • Some Washington Nursing Programs Get More State Money.  Others Don’t.
  • Ada County Judge Throws Out Records Lawsuit Against Republican Rep. Priscilla Giddings of White Bird.
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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 19, 2022 – Quality Education Act Has Signatures to Make Ballot

  • Reclaim Idaho’s Quality Education Act Initiative Has Enough Signatures to Make November Ballot.
  • Moscow Council Approves More Discretion for Distributing American Rescue Plan Act Funds.
  • Moscow Street Storm Manger Steve Schulte Gives City Council Annual Snow Season Report.
  • Latah County Commissioners to Purchase East Side Bank Building for DMV.
  • Little Gets NRA Endorsement.
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