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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 29, 2022 – Special Session Co-Sponsors

  • Gov. Brad Little has Lined up Majority of House, Senate, plus Taxation Committees as Co-Sponsors of His Single Special Session Bill.
  • Boise State University Political Science Professors Sexist Comments Cause Firestorm Behind the Scenes, But BSU Is Mostly Silent.
  • Federal Magistrate Declines to Issue an Injunction Against Idaho’s Wolf Killing Law Targeting 90% of State’s Estimated 1500 Wolves.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Announces Washington Will Follow California’s Lead and Require Virtually All New Car Sales to by Electric, Hybrid or Hydrogen by 2035.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 8, 2022 – Justice Dept. Idaho Trigger Lawsuit

  • Federal Judge B. Lynn Winmill Sets Aug. 22nd Hearing Date on US Justice Dept. Women’s Health Lawsuit Against Idaho’s Trigger Law, 3 Days Before It’s Supposed to Go Into Effect.
  • WSU Slow to Deliver List Needed to Certify Student Academic Employees’ Union.
  • UI McCall Field Campus 2014 Master Plan Projects Downsized.
  • Environmental Groups File Appeal to Deny Idaho & Montana Federal Wildlife Funding Due to the States’ Wolf Killing Laws.
  • Environmental Groups Sue Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Over Wolf Killing Policy.
  • Transportation Board Votes to Sell ITD Headquarters and Grounds.
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Evening Report – Mon., Jul 11, 2022 – Scott Gallina

  • Judge Gallina Sentenced to 15 Months for Sexual Assault.
  • Washington Fish & Wildlife Commission Votes Against Limits on Killing Wolves.
  • US Sen. Patty Murray of Washington Praises Biden’s New Executive Order Preserving the Right to Abortion.
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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 1, 2022 – School Security

  • Moscow Superintendent, Pullman Police say They Have Prepared for Emergencies, Including School Shootings.
  • 12 Year old Rigby School Shooter Still in State Custody.
  • 9 Year Old Mauled by Cougar Out of Intensive Care.
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Evening Report – Tue., May 31, 2022 – Jim Wilson / Gary MacFarlane

  • Influential Pastor Jim Wilson Dies at 94.
  • Friends of the Clearwater Ecosystem Defense Coordinator Gary MacFarlane Retirement Event.
  • Judge Sides with Environmentalists on Wolverine Status in Idaho.
  • Avista Plans to Inspect 10,000 Miles of Line and Remove Trees that Could Cause a Wildfire if They Fall on a Line.  No De-energizing Planned.
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Evening Report – Fri., May 27, 2022 – Totem Journey

  • Tribes Make Totem Journey to Save Salmon Runs.
  • Secretary of State’s Audit Shows Few Errors in Primary Vote Counting.
  • Idaho House State Affairs Committee Chair Brent Crane’s Remarks Spark Concern that Idaho Legislature May Target Contraception Next.
  • Idaho Fish & Game Kills 5 Grizzlies Near Island Park.
  • Washington Fish & Wildlife Investigating Suspected Wolf Poaching in Former Wedge Pack Territory in Stevens County.
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Evening Report – Mon., May 23, 2022 – Shmick & Dye Run Unopposed

  • 9th District Republican Legislators Mary Dye & Joe Schmick to Run Unopposed this Year.
  • Idaho Primary Estimated Turnout is 30%.
  • Idaho Covid Cases Up in Last Week.
  • Nez Perce Tribe Wants to Start Intertribal Renewal Energy Coop.
  • Environmental Groups Challenge Knotty Pine Timber Sale in Northwestern Montana as Harmful to Federally-Protected Grizzlies.
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Evening Report – Wed., May 4, 2022 – Opioid Settlement

  • Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson Settles with 3 Opioid Distributors for $518 Million.
  • Local and Regional Protests Against Plan by Vetted Supreme Court Judges to Overturn Roe Versus Wade.
  • Christ Church Deacon Alex Lloyd Pleads Not Guilty to Child Porn Possession.
  • Supplemental Levies on May 17th Ballot in 2 Latah County School Districts, Plus Nezperce.
  • Canada to Enact New Rules to Help Southern Resident Orcas.
  • Idaho Bar Association Gave Magistrate Judge Michelle Evans Highest Raring in 3-Way Race for 2nd District Judicial Seat against Nez Perce County Prosecutor Justin Coleman and Retired Judge John Bradbury.
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Evening Report – Fri., Dec 31, 2021 – Pullman Ziply Installation

  • Pullman Council Members Hear Complaints from Ziply Fiber Subcontractors, and Ziply Representatives’ Responses.
  • Daily Covid Cases Hit Highs in Oregon.
  • Fish and Game Finds 2 More Chronic Wasting Disease Cases in Idaho Deer.
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Evening Report – Mon., Dec 13, 2021 – Omicron in Idaho

  • Health Workers Detect First Case of Omicron Variant in Idaho.
  • Idaho Health Exchange Extends Deadline for Subsidized Health Insurance Enrollment to Dec. 22nd.
  • Landlord Matthew Becker Forces Downtown Moscow Bangladeshi Restaurant out of Moscow with Possible Negative Outcome for Business Due to Loan Payments for Remodeling.
  • Washington Wildlife Commissioner Fred Koontz Resigns due to ‘Political Quagmire’.
  • Superintendents in Montana Write Complaints about State Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen Politicizing School Infectious Disease Policies.
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